Gen 2 Suzuki GSX1300R Acceleration Times and Top Speed Data
Gen 2 Suzuki GSX1300R top speed and acceleration data through the gears accompanied with Dyno curve and thrust curve graphs.
Gen 2 Suzuki GSX1300R Dyno Curve
The 08-20 Gen 2 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa makes 180 horsepower at the rear wheel produced at 9500 rpm.
Peak torque is very impressive 107 ft/lb at 7500 rpm. The Hayabusa engine is very strong at any point in the rpm and from as low as 3000 rpm where it produces more than 80 ft/lb of torque which gradually builds to 100 ft/lb at a little over 6500 rpm.
Clearly, the engine is strong everywhere but between 7000 rpm and 9000 rpm there is a gargantuan amount of power and torque available that provides earth-shattering acceleration.
Compared to the first Gen ZX-14R andHOnda’s CBR1100 the Gen two Hayabusa engine is the more punchy engine with the ZX-14R only competing right at the top.
Gen 2 Suzuki GSX1300R Thrust Curve
The above thrust curve graph shows in-gear acceleration and ideal shift points. Each line represents the torque curve translated through the gears.
Gen 2 Suzuki GSX1300R Acceleration Curve
The 08-20 Gen 2 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa is one of the fastest accelerating motorcycles off the line due to its big power, long wheelbase, and extra weight compared to a typical Superbike.
As a result, 0-60 mph can be achieved in 2.77 and 0-100km/h in 2.86 seconds. The sprint to 0-100 mph in an amazing 4.95 seconds is one of only a few motorcycles capable of accelerating from 0-100 mph in under five seconds.
Due to the Hayabusa’s ability to get off the line so effectively it can consistently achieve sub 10 second quarter mile times, with a shattering time of only 9.91 seconds hitting a peak terminal speed of 150 mph as it crosses the line.
0-200km/h is posted in only 6.87 seconds and the magic 0-300 km/h in a mind-boggling 19.36 seconds.
The top speed for a de-restricted Gen 2 Hayabusa is 199 mph while if restricted mode tops out at around 188 mph.
|08-20 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa Acceleration|
|Top Speed||199 mph|