Tuesday, June 23, 2009


Hayabusa 2009

The Suzuki Hayabusa (also known as the GSX1300R in some countries) is a hyper sport motorcycle originally introduced by Suzuki in 1999. It has a 1298 cc (79.2 cu in) inline-4 engine and was consistently tested as the fastest production motorcycle in the world.The 2008 model has a MSRP of US$11,999.

Competition in the hyper sport bike segment increased with the release of motorcycles like the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 and BMW K1200S. This increased competition led to Suzuki heavily revising the GSX1300R for the 2008 model year.Suzuki has dropped the GSX1300R designation in some countries and simply called the motorcycle the Hayabusa. The engine size was increased to 1340 cc (81.7 cu in) with the compression ratio increasing to 12.5:1. The revised engine has a claimed 12% increase in power to 194 hp (145 kW).
Fuel is now fed through a pair of new 44 mm (1.7 in) Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) throttle bodies. The Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS), a technology introduced on the GSX-R line of motorcycles, provides three options of power delivery for a range of touring to wide open high performance. Some of the more notable features include a new 4-2-1-2 exhaust system meets Euro 3 and EPA Tier 2 emission regulations, a slipper clutch, and redesigned bodywork.
The motorcycle is capable of the following performance:
1/4 mile (402 m): 9.34 seconds @ 149.7 mph (241 km/h)
0–60 mph: 2.49 seconds
0–180 mph: 15.9 seconds
Top speed: 188 mph (303 km/h) electronically restricted

Suzuki GSX-R1000

The GSX-R1000 is a super bike from Suzuki's GSX-R series of motorcycles. It was introduced in 2001 to replace the GSX-R1100 and is powered by a liquid-cooled 999 cc (61.0 cu in) inline four-cylinder 4-stroke engine.

In 2006, Suzuki revealed a significantly updated GSX-R1000 for 2007 at the Paris motor show. The new bike gained 14 lb (6.4 kg) over the 2006 model which was due to its new exhaust system and new emissions regulations. To counter this significant weight increase, Suzuki claimed improved aerodynamics. Although not a completely new model, the engine and chassis have been updated. It also featured three different engine mapping configurations, selectable via a three-position handlebar switch; standard, sport, and 'wet'. Pricing has been quoted at US$11,399.
The 2007 model carried over to 2008 without any significant improvements. MSRP increased to US$11,499.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Honda Atlas-Heavy Bikes

The Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan Limited is a joint venture between Honda Motor Company Limited, Japan and the Atlas Group, Pakistan. Outside Japan it is the biggest and largest motorcycle plant in Asia.
With the emphasis of a heavy bikes being on speed, acceleration, braking, and maneuverability, there are certain design elements that most motorcycles of this type will share. heavy bikes have comparatively high-performance engines resting inside a lightweight frame. The combination of these help maintain structural integrity and chassis rigidity. Braking systems combine higher performance brake pads and multi-piston calipers that clamp onto oversized vented rotors. Suspension systems are perfect in terms of adjustments and materials for increased stability and durability. Front and rear tires are larger and wider than tires found on other types of motorcycles to allow higher cornering speeds and greater lean angles. Fairings may or may not be used on a heavy bike, when used, fairings are shaped to reduce aerodynamic drag as much as possible and provide wind protection for the rider. The performance of some stock heavy bikes is so high they can be used on a any track without modification.

Honda CBR1000RR

The CBR1000RR (also known as the Fireblade) is a 999 cc (60.9 cu in) liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder Honda sport bike that was introduced in 2004 to replace the CBR954RR.

HONDA CBR1000RR-2009

On the 5th of September 2008 Honda released details of the 2009 model. The bike remained the same, in terms of engine, styling and performance. However as a factory fitted optional extra the addition of Combined ABS "C-ABS" has been introduced.The Honda CBR1000RR was the successor to the CBR954RR. While evolving the CBR954RR design, few parts were carried over to the CBR1000RR.The compact 998 cc in-line four was a completely fresh design, with unique bore and stroke dimensions, race-inspired cassette-type six-speed gearbox, all-new ECU-controlled ram-air system, dual-stage fuel injection, and center-up exhaust featuring a new computer-controlled butterfly valve. The chassis was all new, including an organic-style aluminum frame composed of Gravity Die-Cast main sections and Fine Die-Cast steering head structure, inverted fork, Unit Pro-Link rear suspension, radial-mounted front brakes, and a centrally-located fuel tank hidden under a faux cover. Additionally, the Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD) debuted as an industry first system which drastically improved stability and nearly completely eliminated head shake while automatically adjusting for high and low speed steering effort.

Pak-Wheels Heavy Bikes

Pak-Wheels is one of the famous company who manufactures and supplies HEAVY BIKES of their own.

Bikes Supplierz

Some most common Heavy bikes supplierz are: