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7 November 1999

Update 07/11/1999 : Site updates include : Some more reviews on the Anime/motorcycles page Motorcycles and Anime/Manga, new links, revisions in the horoscope page and some tiding up here and there.  I’ve tried specifying a secondary font for the page for…

26 September 1999

Latest update 26 / 9 / 1999 You must pardon my grammar.  I blame it on the speed which I tend to do the updates.  This week I have got a few issues, the RPM dial is exposed to direct…

19 September 1999

Latest update 19 / 9 / 1999 : Since fixing the vibey screen, the bike has been an absolute pleasure.   Although I must admit over time the Suzuki Hayabusa seems to feel more vibey than when I first got it. …

12 September 1999

Latest update 12 / 9 / 1999 The Suzuki Hayabusa has just had its 2nd service (about 5500km).  The most noticeable thing about the bike after the service was the gear change.  Its improved dramatically, I must ask them what…

5 September 1999

Latest update 5 / 9 / 1999 : TYRE PRESSURES. When I checked the tyre pressures prior to adjusting the suspension I realized I had made a horrible mistake.  I had set the pressures too low ! 38 psi as…

29 August 1999

Latest update 29 / 8 / 1999 : Well it has been an interesting week with the Hayabusa.  It has suddenly developed an annoying vibration on the left hand side windscreen.  This is noticeable because the rest of the bike…

22 August 1999

Latest update 22 / 8 / 1999 : YES ! I did do the Hayabusa banner you see, took me hours but I did it! (Update:2011 Banner not not transferred to this site yet.) The Suzuki Hayabusa is smooth however…

14 August 1999

Latest update 14 / 8 / 1999 : Following my incident with the metal bolt I had to replace the rear tyre.  As expected, it proved impossible to get the J spec Bridgestone BT56.  As a result I made do…

26 November 2000

Update of 26/11/2000 I had a great holiday in New Zealand. The country is full of corners and great roads. However I don’t think it’s Hayabusa territory. Only because the best roads are really tight. A 600cc – 250cc would…