jean-michel HERBERT: again useless vid,don't get to see the set up-close.
Jesus: I'd love to take a good look at the drivetrain setup on this, it looks as though the rear wheels are driven by a chain which would mean they could use the original Hayabusa gearbox. Hmm
GeorgeM: mmmmm niceeee
aydinvideo: Damn crap I want to race this thing around on tight little mountain roads!!
Robert Dean: skip to 1.48 for pull
Sebastion Kemp: How did you gear this? And what drive train did you use?
Lyndon Pedersen: fast lil go kart, fark....
Diax1324: Sounds like a crazy little freaker.
Kevin Schultz: do you have any videos of the build? or photos?
theblueboy20: Look up the power to weight ration this things power to weight is very close to a f1 car just saying. Haha
Nikola Nikolovski: The street version was between 617–686 kg. Can you imagine how light was this version? Crazy stuff :D
mikefranky: I doubt it!!..
Shelley Bertrand: that motor can be pumped to like 500 to 600 hp
Nikolai Shriver: Im not saying that it will not move quickly, my point is the engine is not built to handle all that weight. Your guess is about as heavy as around three-and-a-quarter Suzuki Hayabusas. What is your point. Suzuki engines are, in my opinion, among the best engines in the world. But if these were meant to be produced for a car the dimensions and tranny would be different.I'm sure the front sprocket shaft bearings just love this new body and soaking up all the feedback from that forgiving rear end
enduro pancen oye: Mini Cooper Tube Frame Hayabusa Powered
y jk: @Nikolai Shriver I've seen turbo hayabusa engines belt out over 300hp, not exactly slow in what is safe to say a semi go kartt
Nikolai Shriver: True there are small displacement car engines, but all the internal/bearings/bell-housing... They are purpose built to move a car. Now this engine on here, sure it will move it, and it probably moves decently right along.. But a engine/clutch/transmission built to move 580lbs(give or take) it wont last pushing a car. I just
dont see a build like this as being worth the investment
Monkey Wrench Cycles: Looks like a Zcars kit. They're shop car is a full fiberglass bodied, turbo busa putting out 380WHP!! Just got my parts from them to put my busa engine into my classic VW Beetle...
David Stewart: Is this from z cars?
Classic Mini Cooper with a Turbo Hayabusa Engine5
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