In the world of superbikes, the Suzuki Hayabusa is arguably the Bugatti Veyron of the segment. The current iteration packs a 1,340cc four producing more than 190hp and distinct, carefully-sculpted bodywork designed to help it slice through the air. These features help it rocket to an electronically-limited top speed of 186 mph faster than a popcorn kernel turns inside out when heated. (Okay, that’s a slight exaggeration, but the point is it’s hella fast.)
But as extraordinary as the Hayabusa (“’Busa” to its friends) is, it’s kinda hard to make yours stand out from the rest. And with an MSRP in the $13,000 range, they aren’t exactly hard to come by. One way that’s guaranteed to separate it from the flock (“Hayabusa” is the Japanese name for the Peregrine Falcon, doncha know.) is to convert it into a trike. Initially, this seemed to be enough for one Japanese ‘Busa owner, but he eventually set his customizing sights higher. Like, Ferrari Formula 1 car higher.