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Justification posted on an SV board for one of the members trading his SV in for a new Hayabusa: "Because some of the best riding in my area is in the moutain passes and I do alot of highway riding."..."Basically a sport tourer that leans on the sporty side and it has enough grunt that I will stay busy for awhile.".

Ummm...I've heard the 'Busa called a number of things, but never a sport-tourer...:lol:

What do you guys think?

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hey it is an excuse to get a greAT BIKE LOL :dthumb: :lol:
 

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ive heard it called a sport tourer mostly by people like to 'tour' at 200 mph. 'Touring' faster than everyone at every stoplight. And 'tour' down the dragstrip. :seeya:
 

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JK_DILLA said:
ive heard it called a sport tourer mostly by people like to 'tour' at 200 mph. 'Touring' faster than everyone at every stoplight. And 'tour' down the dragstrip. :seeya:
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i WONDER IF THAT GUY KNOWS HOW MUCH GRUNT A bUSA ACTUALLY HAS. i THINK HE'S IN FOR A SURPRISE.

If he doesn't now, he will after he hits the gas in Detroit and stops in Dallas... :skep:


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idk but i love busa's they look spectacular and the only thing :skep: about them is the handling and i will just have to test one out in the future because when i upgrade it is either going to be busa gsxr1000 or the R1
 

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On the ST forum that I'm a member of. there's serval guys on there that sport tour on a busa. The damn things are comfy as a couch and have great aftermarket bags available for them.
 
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