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    Hayabusa Hi Side

    Lol, probably one of the first to wreck the new 2021 Hayabusa at 11:38

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmh10rI7s28

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    He definitely seemed a bit over enthusiastic there.
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    Do the hazard lights come on if you brake hard??(automatically?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWST? View Post
    Do the hazard lights come on if you brake hard??(automatically?)
    Did read somewhere that either the EU or USA bikes had this .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dak S83 View Post
    Lol, probably one of the first to wreck the new 2021 Hayabusa at 11:38

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmh10rI7s28

    Guess he thought he was better than the bikes rider aids...

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    on a related note - That new instrument cluster is quite nice - looks and feels like a Busa ought to, but also looks modern,
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemonLord View Post
    on a related note - That new instrument cluster is quite nice - looks and feels like a Busa ought to, but also looks modern,
    I loved the original Katana dials.

    Revs went one way, speed the other. Cool to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rastuscat View Post
    I loved the original Katana dials.

    Revs went one way, speed the other. Cool to see.
    You didn't look em at them very closely then . They both spun in the same direction. Just the starting point on the dial differed ... to appear like they turned in opposite directions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemonLord View Post
    on a related note - That new instrument cluster is quite nice - looks and feels like a Busa ought to, but also looks modern,
    Yea, one strange thing, the thing was on its side for frikkin ages and yet the rev counter showed it was still idling, would of thought a tip over switch would of shut it off lying on its side like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dak S83 View Post
    Yea, one strange thing, the thing was on its side for frikkin ages and yet the rev counter showed it was still idling, would of thought a tip over switch would of shut it off lying on its side like that.
    And when you're leaning into a corner ... it could shut itself off ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FJRider View Post
    And when you're leaning into a corner ... it could shut itself off ...
    Leaning into a corner is a bit different, even GP bikes don't go past 60 degrees, a bike at 90 degrees should definitely shut off. Every injected bike I've owned has had a tip over switch.

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