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Original Posting: 1 December 2008
Last Updated : 02 July 2012

Accessories Page 1 - Manuals, scale models and official Suzuki
Accessories Page 2 - General and cleaning
Accessories Page 3 - Hardshell backpacks
Accessories Page 4 - More Hardshell luggage
Accessories Page 5 - Exhaust pipes and systems

This page lists the products or accessories which you can get for you motorcycle. I'm slowly updating the page/s now since I'm on the look out for accessories for my own Hayabusa. For the revamp of this page I have tried to satisfy as many visitors as possible in terms of assisting people with finding that 'magic' product that makes bike ownership a more enjoyable place to be.

Some of the products are ones I recommended by myself as I use them and others by friends and associates. Latest news: Thanks to various affiliates I've been allowed to set up a various links to the stuff which bought. Regardless of what you might think it is good for price comparisons and further reviews apart from anything else!

General motorcycle accessories

Hayabusa models & toys - Motorcycle models: For those who want their Hayabusa on the shelf there are now models available. Maisto Inc. makes a fully assembled 1:18 scale (Special edition) Copper/Bronze colour only. I don't think they make them any longer but give them a try. Tamiya and a few other now make them too!

   


Accurate speedometer (Instrument cluster ?) - There aren't too many ways of accurately measuring speed quickly and at a glance on a bike. All speedos regardless of what they are in eg. car, boat, plane are not 100% accurate. The accepted accurate is 95% over or number ! My solution for the car or bike is this: Uniden GPS301 Review, Tom Tom, Garmin and even Aldi GoCruise series.

Suzuki Hayabusa service manuals

There are now a few Hayabusa workshop manuals you can buy!

 

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(No longer offered due to miss-use)
 

Hard Luggage - Panniers.

Enable your Hayabusa to carry hard luggage or a multimedia package.
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OEM Hayabusa Centre Stand (1st Generation 1999-2007)

I've burnt myself many times lubing the chain and the driveway. No more ! However the stand is easy to operate however getting the Hayabusa up on it requires some technique. I don't think they are available new these days.

The kit contains even longer hero blobs as the stand reduces cornering clearance. The winged belly pan attachment also has to be removed. The bike is raised a fair distance and if you are normal in height you may find it a tad difficult getting the bike off the stand!
You can only buy this through your local Suzuki dealer - make sure they fit it too - unless your have the necessary tools. It also requires the removal of the 'under wing'.
Motorcycle covers

A lot of us need a Hayabusa motorcycle cover for various reasons. It's a large bike so get the one that covers down to the wheels. Consider getting a lined version, that is one with a soft layer underneath. I've had both and personally there's not much difference. Some say unlined version will scratch the bike I say if you're concerned just put down a towel first. Regardless which type depends on how much you want to spend.

For Hayabusa owners I chose the Rjays BC5 - Large which is a non-descript grey thing with a lined interior. Covers the bike perfectly. It's priced between AUS$50-85 AUS dollars.
Alternately you can by the the official Suzuki motorcycle covers for $205 AUS but it's not as good as the Rjays...

Try the site's store to see if anything meets your requirements

Motorcycle Tank Protectors

There are a ton of non-specific and custom Hayabusa tank protectors, so much so I only got the generic one because I couldn't decide! Cost $10 and and will last for years and won't get stolen!

Suzuki now sells a specific Hayabusa tank protector that covers half the tank it's faux leather and monogrammed that retails for $71 AUS. Check it out at you country's official Suzuki Motorcycle site. Looks like it will work on 1st generation Hayabusa's as well (untested)...

I can't understand why these things are not standard.
Try here for lots and lots tanks protectors to buy
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Replacement seats

On the original Hayabusa the seat and wind screen where commonly replaced with after market items. Not that the original ones where poor just that people where too tall and the seat just wasn't comfortable enough.

Now Suzuki have released their own GEL seat, in 2 town vinyl, and Spandura(TM) material which is also monogrammed. It's for the rider only. Price is $292.50 AUS.
I'll list some links to other brands shortly.
Windshield

Replacing the front windshield with a taller or different coloured version is quite common with the 1st Generation so Suzuki have released their own! It's 1/1/2 inch taller. The official Suzuki windshield for the 2nd generation Hayabusa costs $167 AUS.
I did not find the original screen or the 2nd generation screen too low either but taller folk may. Try the site's store to see if anything meets your requirements

Motorcycle Light guards

I personally recommend the Ventura - Light guard because it's saved me replacing the head light cover several times over the years of not just the Hayabusa but any number of other bikes.

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Undertail replacement
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Hayabusa Tyres. My Hayabusa Tyre choices


Check out the Accessories store for prices and product reviews (Thanks to Amazon)

  




 




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