Bike enthusiasts go to extreme lengths to ensure that they own some form of the expensive premium motorcycles in one way or another.
These are some of the Indian bikes that have been transformed into Hayabusa replicas. Anyone even remotely familiar with the automobile world must be acquainted with Suzuki Hayabusa. It has been one of the first performance bikes to become famous in our country. This is largely due to the movies or bike enthusiast celebrities. The familiar curvy yet muscular silhouette of the Hayabusa has been the most attractive and recognisable element. Let us check out how good these replicas represent the original.
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Indian Hayabusa Replicas Bikes
One of the most popular mass-market bikes lends itself quite well to becoming the donor model for a Hayabusa replica. The white and blue paint shade takes the overall appearance closer to the original. This version has the taillight of the Pulsar but a massive wind protecting visor, dual front ABS, and dual exhaust system among other bits. This replica costs Rs 1.70 lakh and has been done in Delhi.
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Pulsar 220 F
The Pulsar 220 with fairing also lays a great foundation to build a Hayabusa replica on it. Based on the second-gen Hayabusa, this model is a two-seater. The red and black colour combination, muscular body panels, and HID headlamps make it look like a proper tourer bike. There have not been any customisations to the engine keeping in mind the final cost.
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Another famous product from Baja comes in the form of Dominar. This model has a modified exhaust, massive wind visor, black alloy wheels, custom taillight, and a wide-body rear section to make it look like a Hayabusa. Its fuel tank area is relatively modest and is not overdone to make it look like a bigger and premium bike.
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This looks like the most subtle modification of the lot. The all-black version informs the sporty look of the Hayabusa that has been implemented neatly and quite seamlessly. The design of the alloys is closer to the Karizma rather than the Hayabusa but the body panels at the front make it look like a premium motorcycle.
This is the most extreme end of the spectrum on this list. The budget bike was very popular in India back in the day boasting of an impressive fuel economy and low maintenance. This black and white body reminds us of the sporty nature of the performance bike. There have been changes made to the suspension and brakes to justify the Hayabusa replica tag.
These are the top 5 most popular Indian bikes that have been turned into Suzuki Hayabusa replicas. Which one is your favourite?