A view of the SuperBusa, a new machine with a bonkers supercharger conversion kit+. Media courtesy of Top Speed.
A view of the SuperBusa, a new machine with a bonkers supercharger conversion kit+. Media courtesy of Top Speed.

This ‘SuperBusa’ is “The Fastest Hayabusa You Can Buy Today”

40-Unit Fleet to Boast 375hp and a $35,500 USD Pricetag

TTS Performance has collaborated with KarDesignConcepts to bring you the ultimate ‘Busa – and considering the former is a specialist in superchargers, you can imagine the pony power to play with in the final project. 

For this kit, the two teams took a factory ‘Busa and added forged engine parts and a full-system Brocks exhaust to a TTS Rotrex supercharger conversion package, bumping the power up from 187bhp to a stunning 370bhp, or 375hp. 

A view of the SuperBusa, a new machine with a bonkers supercharger conversion kit+. Media courtesy of Top Speed.
A view of the SuperBusa, a new machine with a bonkers supercharger conversion kit+. Media courtesy of Top Speed.

The masterminds also added CF winglets, CF intercooler tank vents, a CF drive cover and a revalved front suspension with titanium clippers. 

All of this rides on 330mm StopTech front discs (and a lightweight TTS rear disc), with the report from Top Speed pointing out the obvious perk of a build like this:
“What’s even more impressive is the fact that everything is tightly wound together and the Hayabusa appears rather normal from most angles.”

“To achieve this, TTS has housed the intercooler under the stock fuel tank while directing the air via carbon fiber ducts integrated in the fuel tank.”

A view of the SuperBusa, a new machine with a bonkers supercharger conversion kit+. Media courtesy of Top Speed.
A view of the SuperBusa, a new machine with a bonkers supercharger conversion kit+. Media courtesy of Top Speed.

Naturally, the SuperBusas will also feature carbon wheels. A single-sided swingarm, and a taller windscreen to keep aerodynamics playing nicey-nice. 

Curious what this kit will cost you?

A view of the SuperBusa, a new machine with a bonkers supercharger conversion kit+. Media courtesy of Top Speed.
A view of the SuperBusa, a new machine with a bonkers supercharger conversion kit+. Media courtesy of Top Speed.

According to TTS, you’re looking at $35,500 USD, which excludes the price of the bike; given the teams’ prerogative to make only 40 of these beautiful beasts, we’re expecting the limited run to run out soon, so be sure to head over to their website and take a gander at what’s left. 

Drop a comment below letting us kow what you think, and as ever – stay safe on the twisties. 

*Media sourced from Top Speed*
  1. In my opinion, a 375hp motorcycle sounds dangerous and shouldn’t be ridden anywhere outside of a race track. The fact that anyone with $35,000 can buy and ride this machine on the street is insane. Europe has the right idea with their 100HP limit on motorcycles. I’m sure I would have had a different opinion when I was 20 years old but I’ve gained some life experience and wisdom since then.

    1. Hello Dan,

      That wisdom is well-placed…and I agree.

      Still, there’s something intrinsically elusive about a machine designed to yoink your sanity into the sunset…

      Ah, well. Curiosity and cats and all that.

      Cheers and thanks for the read,
      Amanda

  2. thank you Ms Quick great article. May i suggest madam that you also consider getting your head stuck into some historic motocycle manuals. A sort of Back 2 the Future twist could be of interest to your readers – i know it is to me. I have a few actual historic Jap mcycles (2x Z1300 Kawasaki’s and 1x Suzuki GS1100) 40+yrs old however now quite a few marques are bringing out resto mods eg Kawasaki and Royal Enfield. I am older yet a younger demographic are making these esp. the RE v e r y popular YET they are opposite the Busa above as the RE Interceptor has (get this) 34hp!!! 1/5th the power of the Busa. Happy to discuss ‘why is it so?’!! anyway thx again for your article ciao paul ps the RE chrome work and so forth from my reviews is exemplar and QC is great and price is around 1/3 that of the Busa!!!!!!

    1. Hello Paul,

      Thank you dearly for the read – and ooo, I would certainly be interested in involving myself in the process of getting something like that onto the MBW site proper!

      When it DOES happen, I’ll be sure to include the ‘Back to the Future’ moniker on it, so you know who inspired the thing!

      Cheers and thanks for your dedication to this page,

      Amanda Quick

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