Suzuki Malaysia has officially introduced the 2024 Hayabusa 25th Anniversary Edition to its local model line-up

The 25th Anniversary Model of Suzuki’s flagship sportbike once again showcases outstanding engineering. It features a powerful inline four-cylinder engine and a proven yet modernized chassis, all wrapped in sleek aerodynamic bodywork that is typically Hayabusa.

The 1,340cc engine makes 188hp and 150Nm of torque which means it is still one of the most powerful in the business.

The electronics of the 2024 Hayabusa are further enhanced with the Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (S.I.R.S.), offering adjustable power delivery, advanced traction control, cruise control, launch control, quick shift functionality, and cutting-edge Motion Track ABS and Combined Brake systems. These electronic rider aids provide an unparalleled level of customization for an exhilarating and safe ride.

To celebrate its 25th Anniversary Edition Hayabusa sports special emblems and logos, unique gold-anodized components, and an iconic solo seat cowl. It’s also distinguished by its exclusive Glass Blaze Orange & Glass Sparkle Black paint and a red V-shaped graphic.

Various parts of the motorcycle bear 25th-anniversary logos, including the fuel tank, mufflers, and drive chain plates. The edition also features raised Suzuki lettering on the fuel tank and golden anodized front disc carriers and drive-chain adjusters.

This 25th Anniversary Edition is more than just a celebration; it represents Suzuki’s century-long dedication to creating high-quality, reliable, and valuable motorcycles.

The 2024 Hayabusa 25th Anniversary Edition is priced at RM115,900 (excluding insurance, road tax, and registration) and is available at all Suzuki Big Bike World showrooms nationwide. Visit your nearest authorized Suzuki dealership or the Suzuki Malaysia website at for more information.

Dalam usaha memastikan legasi Hayabusa terus berjalan dalam era peraturan emisi yang semakin ketat, Suzuki telah pun memfailkan paten baharu yang merujuk kepada Suzuki Hayabusa akan dinaik taraf dengan sistem ‘variable valve timing’ (VVT). 

*Suzuki Hayabusa 2018

Penjualan Hayabusa telah pun dihentikan di beberapa pasaran dunia sekitar 2018 sebelum kilang Hamamatsu memperkenalkan generasi terbaru pada 2021 yang tampil dengan enjin lebih bersih dan reka bentuk berbeza. Bagaimanapun, dalam usaha mencapai standard emisi terkini, model 2021 itu datang dengan kuasa yang lebih rendah berbanding generasi sebelumnya. 

*Suzuki Hayabusa 2021

Enggan senario sama berulang, Suzuki telah memutuskan Hayabusa seterusnya akan dinaik taraf dengan sistem VVT yang bukan sahaja akan meningkatkan kuasa malah turut menawarkan penggunaan bahan api yang lebih jimat dan emisi yang lebih rendah. 

Difahamkan, sistem VVT yang akan diguna pakai Suzuki mirip dengan teknologi yang diterapkan masa kini pada motosikal dan kereta iaitu dengan melambatkan masa ‘intake cam’ pada kelajuan rendah sekaligus mengurangkan jumlah injap bertindih. 

Untuk rekod, injap bertindih bermanfaat bagi mengisi silinder dengan intake baharu pada RPM tinggi namun pada RPM rendah, senario itu menyebabkan campuran tidak terbakar memasuki ekzos lalu mencemarkan ‘catalytic converter’. Keadaan itu boleh memberi kesan pada kecekapan bahan api dan meningkatkan emisi. 

Penerapan sistem VVT baharu ini akan memastikan penjualan Hayabusa akan terus dibenarkan terutamanya di beberapa negara Eropah dan Amerika Syarikat yang dijangka akan memperkenalkan peraturan emisi lebih ketat dalam masa terdekat. 

Ketika ini, penjualan GSX-R1000, GSX-R750 dan GSX-R600 telah pun dilarang kerana gagal mencapai sasaran emisi Euro 5. 

Apa yang pasti sistem VVT pada Hayabusa bukan sahaja membolehkan model itu kekal relevan untuk pasaran dunia masa kini malah memastikan enjin empat silinder 1,340cc itu kekal menghasilkan output yang tinggi setaraf namanya. 

In a groundbreaking development, the world’s first titanium-built motorcycle is nearing completion, leaving motorcycle enthusiasts in awe.

  • This remarkable project features a Suzuki Hayabusa engine encased in a breathtaking titanium frame, swingarm, exhaust, subframe, and bodywork.
  • the project is spearheaded by New Jersey custom builder W. Robert Ransom,

Titanium, known for its lightweight and robust properties, makes it an ideal material for various applications. Its strength surpasses that of aluminum while weighing only 60% more. Additionally, when exposed to high temperatures, titanium oxidises into captivating, permanent colors, making it highly desirable for motorcycle exhausts.

However, the adoption of titanium in motorcycle construction has been limited due to its high cost and challenging workability. The metal’s reactivity at elevated temperatures poses difficulties during welding, as it readily forms brittle compounds when exposed to ambient air. Moreover, titanium’s natural springiness in sheet form requires extra effort to shape it into intricate designs necessary for motorcycle bodywork.

Despite these challenges, New Jersey custom builder W. Robert Ransom, commissioned by a customer named Mohammed, undertook the ambitious task of creating an all-titanium motorcycle. Ransom aimed to showcase unparalleled artistry and craftsmanship in the motorcycle industry.

The heart of this groundbreaking motorcycle is a modified second-generation Suzuki Hayabusa engine, boasting around 200 horsepower. Nearly all components, including the stunningly curved tubular frame and rigid swingarm inspired by MotoGP designs, are meticulously crafted from titanium. The swingarm, slightly extended and designed for optimum cornering performance, is also constructed with curvaceous titanium tubing.

Among the remarkable features of this motorcycle is the custom 4-into-2-into-1-into-2 titanium exhaust system. With over 130 sections on the header pipes alone, this exhaust setup, along with its ram’s horn headers and teardrop-shaped under-seat cans, is an undeniable standout element.

Suzuki Motor Corporation is set to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its flagship motorcycle, the Hayabusa, with a special edition model. 

  • the special edition motorcycle adorns special colourway. 
  • the Hayabusa 25th anniversary edition features a unique 25th-anniversary emblem and a 3D Suzuki logo. 

In a bid to commemorate this remarkable milestone, Suzuki has announced the global release of the exclusive Hayabusa anniversary variant, starting from July 2023.

The highlight of this limited edition Hayabusa is its striking new paint scheme, featuring a captivating combination of orange and black hues. The design is further accentuated by special colours adorning the drive chain adjuster and front brake disk inner.

Enthusiasts will also appreciate the original engravings on the muffler body and drive chain, as well as the 25th-anniversary emblem and a 3D ‘Suzuki’ logo displayed prominently on the fuel tank. Additionally, the motorcycle will come equipped with a single-seat cowl as standard, although this feature will not be available in the Japanese market.

While retaining the distinctive styling cues from the latest generation Hayabusa, including a single-pod headlight with twin DRLs, a full fairing, a twin-sided exhaust, and a split-style saddle, this special edition pays homage to the iconic lineage of the Hayabusa. The specifications and hardware remain consistent with the standard model, ensuring an exceptional riding experience for enthusiasts worldwide.

The Hayabusa has gained a loyal following since its introduction, with sales spanning across 48 countries, including the United States, Europe, India, and Latin America. 

Boasting a cumulative series production of over 200,000 units, the Hayabusa has become an embodiment of Suzuki’s commitment to excellence and innovation. As a result, the highly anticipated 25th-anniversary model will be made available in various markets, although the specific launch details for India are yet to be disclosed.

Suzuki Motor Corporation invites motorcycle enthusiasts from around the globe to join in celebrating the 25th anniversary of the legendary Hayabusa.

Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan (JPJ) telah mengumumkan panggilan semula (Product Recall) membabitkan motosikal jenis Suzuki Hayabusa. 

Berdasarkan notis yang dikongsikan, panggilan semula itu melibatkan model 15 unit keluaran 2021 hingga 2023. 

Meskipun tidak dinyatakan secara terperinci sebab utama panggilan semula itu namun berdasarkan notis panggilan semula di Amerika Syarikat, isu tersebut melibatkan brek ‘master cylinder’. 

Pemilik Suzuki Hayabusa boleh membuat semakan menerusi pautan berikut; dan memasukan nombor ‘vehicle identification number’ (VIN). 

Sebelum ini, JPJ turut mengeluarkan notis panggilan semula membabitkan motosikal jenis Honda X-ADV 750. 

The Suzuki Hayabusa needs no introduction. The hyperbike from Hamamatsu factory in Japan holds the title as “The World’s Fastest Production Motorcycle” when it was introduced in 1990.

  • TTS Performance teamed-up with Kardesign to built a supercharged Hayabusa.
  • The ‘SuperBusa’ makes a whopping 372hp and 250Nm. 

Fast forward to 2022, the Hayabusa is now in its 3rd generation, introduced by Suzuki in 2021, the new Busa makes less power and torque than its predecessor but makes up in rideability and refinements.

Modern riding aids also makes the new Hayabusa is easier to ride not just a high speeds but also at lower rev range.

However, for those who wants the 3rd-gen Hayabusa to shake the world as it did back in the 90s, TTS Performance might have something in store just for you.

The UK-based motorcycle performance company has teamed up with Kardesign to unleashed a “supercharged” version of the Hayabusa. 

Dubbed the SuperBusa, the motorycle recently showcased to the public at the TTS 40th Anniversary Bash.

Fiitted with Rotrex C30—94 superchargers, the SuperBusa makes a whopping 372hp and 250Nm.

In addition, the SuperBusa also features Rotobox carbon fibre rims, single-sided swingarm, larger brake disc and upgraded suspension. 

According to reports, TTS Performance plans to build 40 units of the SuperBusa, with each one will be made to order and individually numbered.

Suzuki telah pun memperkenalkan Hayabusa generasi ketiga tahun lalu yang hadir dengan pelbagai naik taraf terkini termasuk reka bentuk berbeza. 

Bagaimanapun, rata-rata peminat Busa berpendapat generasi ketiga itu “terlalu selamat” dan tidak lagi gila seperti model terdahulu.

Kami sendiri sukar mempercayai dakwaan itu kerana selepas menguji kemampun Suzuki Hayabusa 2021 yang ditawarkan Suzuki Malaysia, kami mendapati Hayabusa generasi terbaru itu masih lagi mengekalkan DNA sama.

Bagi yang mengikuti perkembangan Hayabusa, pastinya pernah dengar nama TTS Performance, sebuah syarikat yang berpangkalan di UK.

TTS Performance sudah sinonim dengan Hayabusa apabila berpengalaman menghasilkan Busa versi ‘supercharge’ lebih 20 tahun. 

TTS Performance dalam satu projek terbaru telah menjalinkan kerjasama dengan Kardesign bagi membangunkan jentera ‘supercharge’ terbaru dengan menggunakan Suzuki Hayabusa generasi terkini yang dilancarkan tahun lalu. 

Hasil dari kerjasama itu, TTS Performance X Kardesign memperkenalkan SuperBusa.

Menurut TTS Performance, SuperBusa itu menawarkan 372hp dan 250Nm! Kuasa tersebut dicapai dengan menyumbat enjin ‘supercharge’ Rotrex C30-94.

Antara ciri lain ditawarkan adalah rim gentian karbon Rotobox, ‘swingarm’ jenis ‘single-sided’, cakera brek lebih besar, suspensi serba baharu, komponen enjin yang telah diperkuat, serta pilihan warna istimewa. 

Menariknya, SuperBusa juga tampil dengan ‘winglet’, komponen yang kini cukup popular dikalangan jentera ‘superbike’ antaranya Ducati Panigale V4 S dan BMW S 1000 RR.

Bagi yang berminat, TTS Performance akan menghasilkan 40 unit SuperBusa – mengikut tempahan – dan ditawarkan pada harga GBP45,999 (RM243k). 

The Hamamatsu Factory has just added a new colourway for the 2022 Suzuki Hayabusa.

The iconic sports bike is now available in pearl brilliant white with metallic matt stellar blue accents and chrome trim.

According to Suzuki, the new paint job now joins the existing black and range, and matt silver with red colour trim its global launch.

Nevertheless, the third generation Hayabusa continues to offer the same electronic suite and specs for 2022 which includes 10 lean angle-sensitive traction control modes, lean angle-sensitive ABS, three power modes, a quickshifter, cruise control and a speed limiter.

All of its electronic can be accessed via a full-colour TFT display.

The revamped Hayabusa also features new pistons, conrods, crankshaft and camshaft which aimed to boost performance in the lower and mid rev ranges.

The all-new ‘Busa has also landed in Malaysia for a price of RM111,200.

  • Another patent for the new Suzuki Hayabusa was leaked online.

  • It shows an engine similar to the old model, but rumors say it will get a capacity boost.

  • The new bike may be introduced as a 2021 model.

Many fans of the Suzuki Hayabusa almost cried when the factory announced that they’ve stopped production of the model.

But every cloud has a silver lining and many speculated that Suzuki will debut a new Hayabusa soon. It sure seems to be headed in that direction the patents have been leaked online.

The picture shows the second patent to surface.

2021 Suzuki Hayabusa patent – Credit BikeSocial

It shows that the bike will retain the twin aluminium spar frame, albeit one which looks smaller and lighter than its predecessor.

The engine looks identical to the old 1340cc inline-Four but is rumored to receive a capacity boost and reworked cylinder head. The bottom end of the engine looks the same – possibly retained from the old bike. The drawings also revealed a new emission-friendly exhaust system.

But BikeSocial pointed out that an earlier patent described an electronically-controlled semi-automatic gearbox while this second patent mentions a clutch lever operated manual transmission, instead. Does that mean two versions of the future Hayabusa? As in one with a semi-auto and another with a manual gearbox?

The question of how the bike will look like hasn’t been answered yet. Maybe we could see the prototype later, but it should debut as a 2021 model.

Source: BikeSocial

  • Riuh rendah internet apabila berita mengenai berakhirnya pengilangan model Suzuki Hayabusa tersebar.
  • Pengeluar tersebut hanya menghentikan pengeluaran model Hayabusa yang patuh Euro4.
  • Ini tidak bermakna bahawa tidak akan ada lagi model baharu pada masa yang akan datang.


  • The internet went crazy when with the news of the “death” of the Suzuki Hayabusa.

  • The manufacturer is only stopping production of the Euro4-compliant ‘Busa.

  • It did not mean there is no more of the model in the future.

The internet went crazy last week with the “death” of the Suzuki Hayabusa. We decided to sit out the storm and see what actually happened.


Well, Suzuki Motor of America has issued a press release in the matter. “The news of my death has been greatly exaggerated,” said Mark Twain.


This was what they said:

“Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. (SMAI) has confirmed that U.S. market production of the Hayabusa sport motorcycle continues uninterrupted,”


“Production of the European-specification Hayabusa ceases due to Euro4 emission regulations. This situation, and resulting media reports, may have caused confusion and misunderstand among U.S. consumers, media, and dealers.”


It all started when Suzuki Japan’s website announced that they will cease production of the bike. Certain publications jumped on it, by assuming the worse. The “obituary” had circulated the globe about a kabizillion times before considering the backdrop.


The manufacturer is merely stopping production of the Euro4-compliant Hayabusa meant for the European market.


It’s not bad news at all, since they will definitely debut a Euro5-complaint ‘Busa for 2020. Some say it will feature turbocharging, 1440cc engine, IMU, active suspension, etc. and more rumours.


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