The 2016 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R is built with a variety of features, including Suzuki Composite Electrochemical Material cylinder plating for better heat dissipation and durability, and iridium spark plugs with a higher durability compared to conventional plugs. The GSX1300R motorcycle includes the Suzuki Clutch Assist System that limits back-torque generation to lighten clutch pull and smooth downshift movements. Other features of the cycle include an Idle Speed Control system and lightweight titanium valves to generate high lift while maintaining accuracy.
The GSX1300R motorcycle features a four-cylinder fuel-injected unit that has a power rating of 1340cc and utilizes a liquid-cooling engine that aids acceleration. The GSX1300R's engine is also able to generate up to 197 horsepower, and its rear wheel has a power output of approximately 172.2 brake horsepower. The motorcycle also utilizes a six-speed transmission system, which features an oil spray to reduce friction and noise for gear movements between fourth and sixth.
The Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R was first produced by Suzuki in 1999 and had a maximum speed of 188 to 194 miles per hour. Models produced after 2001 had a maximum speed limit of approximately 186 miles per hour, after agreements were made between Suzuki's Japanese and European manufacturers to avoid regulatory or import issues.