2021 Suzuki Hayabusa Rumors
2021 Suzuki Hayabusa Rumors – Suzuki has had several years of calm. While the company made headlines in late 2016 when it launched a barrage of new models including the GSX-R1000, GSX-250R, GSX-R125, and GSX-S125, it’s a little bit new to shout since then.
In 2017, the new model Suzuki launches amounted to little more than SV650X, itself just a warm-up SV650, and last year the total number of street bike Suzuki news is the launch of the katana is reborn, which actually just be reskinned version of GSX-S1000. And while it will be sold this year, the katana is officially model 2020, which means no nothing completely new to range ‘ 2019 ‘.
2021 Suzuki Hayabusa Rumors
Worse, the European line-up to 2019 has been eviscerated by the loss of the legendary engine including the Hayabusa GSX-R750, GSX-R600-and all the victims of the European type-approval legislation.
But while Suzuki does not have much to reveal at last year’s big Bike shows, the company has promised that the quiet period will soon be over. Speaking at the opening of a new katana October President Toshihiro Suzuki, Suzuki said: “our role in the Suzuki is to create products that people need, bringing the source of fun and excitement in their lives. All-new Katana is a great demonstration of the future of Suzuki. There’s a lot more to come from Suzuki, as we Keep our customer-focused perspective and bring innovative and exciting motorcycle for people around the world. In the year 2021, we plan to launch 10 new models, focused primarily on the big bikes, and strengthen our overall range and make a new series of models that exist. “
Of course, with some 10 months to go before Suzuki introduces full range model 2020, let alone the 2021 line-up, the company did not spill the beans on everything to expect-but one machine that is sure to be a part of the 10-new-model plan is the long-awaited Replacement Hayabusa.
Our sources now say that the new foam tends to be a model of 2021, though that does not mean it will not unfold this year, such as the ‘ 2020 ‘ katana indicated in 2018.
But technology is what will it feature?
Our information is that the bike will get updated, enlarged version of the existing machine, punching around 1340cc for making more than 200hp and that it will be to frame the meter entirely new. And now Suzuki has filed a patent application that may just give us a glimpse of that new chassis.
A patent application, published in Japan by the end of December 2018, with regard to innovations that are quite dull involving the design of exhaust pipe combine catalytic Converters to the resonator box under the machine. What is important is that the exhaust system is evident as the foam one, linking the big four-cylinder engine to a pair of large silencers-one each side of the bike-classic Hayabusa Hallmark.
Given that emissions are the biggest stumbling block GSX1300R’s when it comes to European sales, the new exhaust is an important addition to the bike, and delve deeper into the patent application discloses more instructions that it shows us the next generation Hayabusa.
2021 Suzuki Hayabusa Features
The picture beside shows frame aluminum beams, but underneath the machine hanging share point installation bracket and lines outside the same motorcycle Hayabusa. There are changes to the cylinder head casting, but that’s to be expected because our information is that the motor bike is going to be a very updated version of existing designs. The third picture shows the underside of the engine, which returns in accordance with the layout of motor existing foam.
The frame is shown in the patent application similar to modern Superbike than the chassis beams rather than the Hayabusa. The rails are slimmer and more sculptures, reflect the way the chassis GSX-R1000 ‘s has grown over the years. Behind him sat a new Swingarm, with shapes that indicate it’s cast aluminum rather than extruded and welded alloy existing Hayabusa equivalent part.
Although there is no sign of any bodywork, new clear chassis including side-mounted air intake duct design than through the headstock. Once again, that corresponds to what we expect from the Next-gen Hayabusa, who may have styling that reflects the design of the concept styling study GSX revealed in 2015 Tokyo Motor Show.
Given that 2017-on GSX-R1000 was the last very interesting, All the new bike that launched Suzuki it might seem too fast to get a fix-but it is just another new patent application from the company suggested there is an update waiting in the wings.
New documents show the variable valve timing systems for redesigned Bike, replacing the existing models are unique all mechanical VVT with more conventional-but also more capable-hydraulic cam-phasing system.
At the moment, GSX-R1000 ‘s VVT uses centrifugal force as a key to its operations. As the intake camshaft is spinning faster, a metal ball in a cam phasing devices attached to the camshaft drive sprocket forced out. When the ball moves toward the outside edge, more advanced camshaft timing in relation to the sprocket. This is a smart system developed for the GSX-RR MotoGP racing bike because in MotoGP hydraulic or electronic VVT system is prohibited.
But clever though, it does not have control of the hydraulic system cam-phasing as used Ducati Multistrada models and Diavel DVT.
Suzuki’s latest patent application shows a clear line from the GSX-R1000 and his machine, but with the cam-phasing hydraulic system as used by Ducati and modern cars are countless. Unlike the existing bicycle mechanic system that operates only on the side of the intake of new patents, which works on both intake and exhaust camshafts to provide more flexibility. And because it uses the electronic cam for regulating the flow of oil to the cam-phasing unit, were changing the position of the camshafts in relation to their sprocket, the system can be controlled by the management of motorcycle engines instead of relying purely on Physics GSX-R1000 settings such as ‘ s.
The result should be an improvement in peak power, low-and mid-range torque, economy, and emissions; spectacular carriage in the Superbike arena. And with Euro5 emission limits set for wear on the GSX-R1000 ‘s age, the new design may even be required to remain on sale.
Of course, the BMW S1000RR 2019 has taken the idea of VVT on Superbike a step further, adding variable valve lift and duration as well as time, and Honda also recently filed a patent application for variable-valve Fireblade. It looks like the variable Valve Timing will be one of the great advances in the areas of sports Bike of the future as emissions rules get harder.