2021 new Suzuki Hayabusa 1400 engine explanation promo video

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Engine type: Four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC 16 valve, in-line four
Bore x stroke: x ( in. x in.)
Engine displacement: 1,340cc
Compression ratio: :1
Maximum power: 140kW (190PS)/9,700rpm
Maximum torque: 150Nm/7,000rpm
Fuel consumption: (WMTC)
Fuel system: Fuel injection
Ignition system: Electronic ignition (transistorised)
Starter system: Electric
Lubrication system: Wet sump
Transmission: Six-speed constant mesh

Frame type: Twin-Spar aluminum alloy
Swingarm: Aluminum alloy
Suspension (front): Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
Suspension (rear): Link type, coil spring, oil damped
Rake/trail: 23° 00’ / 90mm ( in.)
Brakes (front): Brembo Stylema®, 4-piston, twin disc
Brake (rear): Nissin, 1-piston, single disc
Tyres (front): 120/70ZR17M/C (58W), tubeless
Tyres (rear): 190/50ZR17M/C (73W), tubeless

Overall length: 2,180mm ( in.)
Overall width: 735mm ( in.)
Overall height: 1,165mm ( in.)
Wheelbase: 1,480mm ( in.)
Ground clearance: 125 mm ( in.)
Seat height: 800mm ( in.)
Kerb weight:264kg (582 lbs.)
Fuel tank capacity: L

A major leap forward from the second to the third generation Hayabusa comes from a new, comprehensive suite of electronics aimed at improving everything from performance to rider comfort, and safety.
Encompassed within the latest version of Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (SIRS) is the below:
• Suzuki Drive Mode Selector Alpha (SDMS-α) featuring a selection of three factory preset and three user definable modes, combining:
◦ Motion Track Traction Control System (10 modes plus off)
◦ Power Mode Selector (three modes)
◦ Bi-directional Quick Shift System (two modes plus off)
◦ Anti-lift Control System (10 modes plus off)
◦ Engine Brake Control System (three modes plus off)
• Active Speed Limiter
• Launch Control System (three modes)
• Emergency Stop Signal
• Suzuki Easy Start System
• Low RPM Assist
• Cruise Control System
• Combined Brake System
• Motion Track Brake System
• Slope Dependent Control System
• Hill Hold Control System
Within SDMS-α riders have the ability to choose from one of three power modes, with full-power mode one followed by a softer mode two that reduces initial power but still builds to the same peak power, while mode three has a reduced maximum power output.
There are also 10 modes of Motion Track Traction Control from an IMU-controlled system that uses the same technology as Suzuki’s world championship-winning MotoGP machine and GSX-R1000R. The lean angle-sensitive system takes readings from the IMU, front and rear wheel speed sensors, crank position sensor, throttle position sensor, and gear position sensor to detect a loss of traction before the ECU controls output to the throttle valve, ignition coil, spark plugs, and fuel injectors to limit power. The system can also be turned off.
A further 10 modes of Anti-lift Control help prevent the front wheel from lifting during hard acceleration. The higher the setting the greater amount of control supplied. It, too, can be disabled.
A race-derived bi-directional quickshifter allows riders to shift up with the throttle wide open and without operating the clutch, while the need to blip the throttle on downshifts is also eradicated. Two modes mean riders can choose from a more race and performance orientated response, or a mode that responds to a lighter touch.
To further personalise the Hayabusa’s advanced electronic systems riders can manage the effective strength of the engine braking to match their preference. There are three additional settings to choose from, as well as the default ‘off’, whereby the higher the setting the more the effect of the engine braking is suppressed.
As part of SDMS-α come three factory preset rider modes – Active, Basic, and Comfort – with each using a combination of allotted settings for the above systems. Active uses the full power engine map, with traction control and anti-lift set to one out of 10 and the quickshifter on its raciest setting. Basic uses the same quickshifter setting but the softer throttle response with traction control and anti-lift set in the middle, at mode five of 10. Comfort sees those upped to 10, with the engine mapping set to its softest setting with reduced peak power, and the softer quickshifter setting. All three modes use the default engine brake control system setting.
However, three user-defined settings allow riders to tailor the settings to their own preferences and needs based on their experience or the riding conditions.
The new Hayabusa’s electronics suite is further bolstered by a launch control system with three modes that allow riders to limit engine RPM to 4,000, 6,000, or 8,000 RPM before launching, depending on their confidence or experience.
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