British motorcycle racer Martin planning on setting new world record with his updated Suzuki Hayabusa.

  • British racer martin to set new land speed record in the UK
  • Martin hasn’t revealed the specifications of his Suzuki Hayabusa
  • Martin likely to use turbocharged engine with maximum power output of around 860 BHP

British Motorcycle racer television presenter and heavy vehicle mechanic guy martin is all set to a new land speed record in the UK and break the earlier made speed barrier of 482.5 Kmph on his fully customized turbocharged Suzuki Hayabusa. Martin had been working on its Hayabusa for a long time and after years the motorcycle is ready to set the record Standing starts a one-mile run. Although the specifications of the motorcycle haven’t been revealed by Martin, it is said that this will be the same bike on which martin bashed the top speed of 434 Kmph back in 2019.

SPeed record
martin Hayabusa

Now Martin is aiming to go even faster and has made a subtle range of modifications to his Hayabusa. While based on the information available guy martin’s Suzuki Hayabusa, which will be used for his record attempt likely to be fitted with a turbocharger, that will be capable enough to deliver the maximum power output of 860 BHP. The Motorcycle will be featuring some visual changes to make it extremely aerodynamic. Its also being reported that the body kit that used in Hayabusa, is built in a wind tunnel especially for the 480 Kmph speed run.

Martin Hayabusa

Martin holds a host of new records like includes a world record for the highest speed on a gravity-powered snow sled, the highest speed on wall death, the fastest soapbox, the highest speed on a tractor, and so on. Recently, Suzuki has launched the New-Generation of Hayabusa comes powered with a 1340 cc inline four-cylinder liquid-cooled DOHC engine, which belts out 190 PS of maximum power at 9,700 Rpm and 150 Nm of peak torque at 7,000 Rpm. The powertrain comes paired with a 6-speed transmission system and also gets a bi-directional quick shifter as standard.     

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