Suzuki Hayabusa Powered Off-Road Buggy Is Our Idea Of Fun

What do you think would happen when you combine the 1300 cc engine of a Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa with the lightweight frame of an off-road buggy? Pure insanity, that’s what, and we absolutely love it.

Created by a man obviously very keen to speed around his property in a specially-designed buggy, it’s hard to imagine how anything could be as fun as this beast to speed and slid around the countryside in. On second thought, perhaps an Ariel Nomad but that’s a lot more expensive.

With an engine pumping out around 200 hp and a featherweight frame, it’s not surprising that at times in the clip, the driver seems to be going at warp speed with the tail sliding around at every opportunity.

This creation is also particularly impressive as it is fitted with a true manual transmission with an exceptional short-throw shifter.

Damn this looks fun!


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