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 Post subject: hayabusa swift
PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2007 4:20 am 
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has anyone seen a swift with a hayabusa engine in it would be very intresting

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 Post subject: Re: hayabusa swift
PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2007 9:00 am 
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hi i think it is a myhtos...

but in this forum i saw a geo metro/swift with a 600ccm gsxR engine and it rocks wery well!

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 Post subject: Re: hayabusa swift
PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2007 10:25 pm 
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M.T.S. wrote:
hi i think it is a myhtos...

but in this forum i saw a geo metro/swift with a 600ccm gsxR engine and it rocks wery well!

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If I'm not mistaken that 600cc bike engine was a Honda.

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 Post subject: Re: hayabusa swift
PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2007 12:44 am 
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instant_shine wrote:
M.T.S. wrote:
hi i think it is a myhtos...

but in this forum i saw a geo metro/swift with a 600ccm gsxR engine and it rocks wery well!

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If I'm not mistaken that 600cc bike engine was a Honda.


yeah, it was a honda engine

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not qiute the same as a hayabusa 1300 but all the same its a bike engine

cheers for the replies

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There was a thread from the owner of that bike powered swift here on TS with pretty good pics how it's been setup.

The car was also for sale some time ago.

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1989-GTi: 3Tech 210/340 Cams,Cultus IM, B&G springs, TD04L turbo, Apexi SAFC, Suzukird UD pulley, Circuitse7en dual boost controller, AEM wideband, AEM water / meth injection kit, HKS bov.
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If a dude had the time and $$$$$, he could take a busa engine apart, TIG and CNC himself a new lower case that bolted the cylinder housing to the stock g series tranny, THEN have a custom crank made up, or make himself adapters that allowed the use of the stock busa crank with a g series flywheel and drive pulleys.

THEN figure out some kind of ignition triggering system.

Like I said, TIME AND $$$$$$!

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CappuccinoSport are doing a HAYABUSA TURBO conversion kit for the Suzuki Cappuccino(My next purchase!) :ez_pimp:

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I'm pretty sure capp sport abandoned that idea some time ago. Could be wrong. I'm assuming they realized the true cost of R&d for that project and also marketable cost and came up with some numbers that no capp owner could ever afford.


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 Post subject: Re: hayabusa swift
PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2011 7:33 pm 
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Just saw this page for the first time . . . . I have one under construction atm. Mk1 Swift, mid mounted Gen2 Busa engine, RWD (no chain !), MX5 LSD, unequal length wishbone & coilovers both ends, 15x7 minilites, MX5 brakes etc.


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 Post subject: Re: hayabusa swift
PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2011 6:20 am 
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sounds good im not on this forum much any more show us some pics on my forum

WWW.UK-SSGTI.COM

you will like it there lol


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 Post subject: Re: hayabusa swift
PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:54 am 
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i alway thought it would be wise to use "x" bike motor, and run it in a north/south configuration, using a dwarf car sprocket to driveshaft flange and bolt it directly to a small ifs diff assembly like a subaru or toyota supra diff to retain the fwd configuration and just cut and slice axles to work...it would all fit as bike trannies are quite compact and the engine bay would easily accomodate it all...just my .02 worth of pipe dreaming...check this out...

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