The Suzuki Hayabusa could come with a variable intake by 2025, according to some leaked patents. This would mean exceeding Euro5+ regulations and the 200hp power limit.
The Suzuki Hayabusa By 2024, it’s already being marketed in the 25th anniversary version, but leaked patents suggest the brand of Hamamatsu doesn’t want to stay there, for the foreseeable future year 2025 Apparently you don’t just want to maintain your most powerful machine in the catalogue, you also want to improve it. This preparation, as we can see in the leaked patents, points to a new variable valve actuation system, i.e. variable intake.
The variable entry Motorcycles are a technological solution widely used in large engines to reduce emissions and maintain performance. The problem is that it usually comes with a new engine or a redesigned propeller and engine block, which Suzuki doesn’t have. Usually he communicates a lot. the sign of Hamamatsu It’s the perfect definition of balance and balance, not only in terms of performance, but also in terms of build and cost. Others call it the law of least effort, and the truth is we can’t say we haven’t seen the brand’s last 10 years.
The Variable Intake Technology it was already offered by the Suzuki GSX-R1000 from which it was inherited MotoGP but under a very mechanical and analogue design. for the next Suzuki Hayabusa Expect something similar to be fitted to the legendary 1,300cc engine block that has been intact since the model’s early years. Not wanting to go into the economic and productive expense of a new engine block, Suzuki are looking for a solution that can be fitted without intrusive intervention. This also applies to anchor points, exterior design and chassis, as everything indicates that the current chassis will be retained.
In these leaked patents from Suzuki Hayabusa 2025 We appreciate a variable valve VVT intake system that respects the original design of the engine block as well as its attachment points to the chassis. The Variable intake system VVT Suzuki will manage to optimize the performance of your engine, improve consumption, reduce emissions and, of course, increase its power to over 200 hp without losing the elastic lung and the torque from low revs typical of a two-cylinder engine. In other words, having a 200+ horsepower super touring vehicle capable of taking on the challenges Euro5+ regulations without this leading to excessive investments or costs.
The variable distribution (in approval for this case) It changes the positioning of the valves differently depending on the regime it is in. This makes it possible to take advantage of the condition where the combustion chamber is filled with more fuel due to the vacuum and airflows, and also help when filling is not as efficient. In addition, there is a better discharge of the combustion gases.
The system we see in the leaked patents of the Suzuki Hayabusa 2025 It is very similar to the mentioned GSX-R1000 2017 model, with lateral placement and added without changing the original design of the block and anchor points. The actuation system would be mechanical, with an external compression sleeve for lubrication, and with a downward-facing actuator.
This system may not be the most advanced on the market, but it is the most efficient in terms of cost and performance as it will allow the new Hayabusa to break the 200hp barrier once and for alla hurdle that was already overcome years ago by inferior motorcycles (1000cc Superbikes, albeit at the cost of losing torque throughout the rev range)And all without a huge cost to the brand, not to mention a newly developed engine.