Hero Karizma modified to look like Suzuki Hayabusa
21 September 2017 - IndianAutosBlog
Delhi-based Gm custom has modified a Hero Karizma into a Suzuki Hayabusa replica. The motorcycle boasts of commendable attention-to-detail.
The Suzuki Hayabusa is one of the most popular hyperbikes in the world. Capable of speeds exceeding 300 kmph, the Peregrine Falcon has craved itself a place among world's legendary motorcycles. Gm custom has taken a humble Hero Karizma and has transformed it into the Hayabusa, complete with custom body kit which is similar to the real deal; identical headlight, tail light and those large twin exhausts.
The bike features a custom swingarm to mount the monoshock. The front end uses a telescopic fork, while the front and rear wheels are shod with fatter rubber. The black alloy wheels are aftermarket. The bike features twin front discs but the one on the left is a dummy. The rear brake looks like the stock disc from the Karizma. The motorcycle even features a replica instrument cluster with the speedo marked all the way to 280 kmph! Do not expect the bike's go to match the show because the engine is stock. The handlebar clamps feature Hayabusa logo for a realistic feel. The switchgear is stock as well.
The Hero Karizma ZMR employs a 223cc OHC engine with oil cooler and fuel injection. It makes 20 bhp at 8,000 rpm and 19.7 Nm at 6,500 rpm. The engine works in tandem with a 5-speed transmission.