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
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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