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New Suzuki Hayabusa gets Akrapovic silencer Performance pack

Suzuki has launched a new Performance accessory pack for its Hayabusa hypersport machine, which comes with a price of £2,599 (INR 2.65 lakh), representing a saving of £1,112 (INR 1.13 lakh) over the cost of the individual items. The standout accessory in the kit is a pair of titanium Akrapovič silencers, which save a total of 4 kg and boost power by 2kW, as well as enhancing the soundtrack. Capped with a carbon fibre tip and featuring a carbon fibre heat shield, the silencers are finished with a classy, laser-etched Akrapovič and Hayabusa logos.

Suzuki Hayabusa gets Akrapovic silencers Performance pack
Suzuki Hayabusa gets Akrapovic silencers Performance pack

Billet aluminium brake and clutch levers replace the original items, with extra style coming from a colour-coded pillion seat cowl, an accessory seat with Hayabusa logo and red stitching, plus a tank pad also adorned with a Hayabusa logo in a choice of gold or red, to suit the bike’s colour. The Performance accessory pack can be fitted at the time of purchase, meaning it can also be incorporated into any finance deal, spreading the cost monthly, and benefits from the same three-year-warranty.

Suzuki Hayabusa Akrapovic silencer
Suzuki Hayabusa Akrapovic silencer

With an RRP of £16,499 (INR 16.86 lakh) in the UK, the third generation Hayabusa uses a heavily redesigned engine – including new pistons, conrods, crankshaft, and camshaft – specifically aimed at producing enhanced performance in the lower to mid rev ranges, making it the fastest-launching Hayabusa yet with more cumulative torque than its predecessor.

It gets Suzuki’s most advanced suite of electronics ever, with 10 lean angle-sensitive traction control modes, lean angle-sensitive ABS, three power modes, a bi-directional quickshifter, cruise control and a speed limiter, and three stages of launch control, all controlled via easy-to-use switchgear and managed through a neat colour TFT display, nestled between two analogue dials reminiscent of the original Hayabusa’s clocks.

Design cues from the original also extend to the bodywork, which is sharper and more angular but nonetheless immediately recognisable as Hayabusa.