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post #1 of 27 Old May 20th, 2012, 08:15 AM Thread Starter
 
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ANYONE got a hayabusa RZR for sale?

Does anyone make a conversion kit?

CHEEK, you should sale a conversion kit.... lots would jump on it.

Below is my latest build. GIXXER 600 jeep cart. Size of a golf cart, all aluminum body and frame. Final drive is chain to a transaxle (has reverse gear). 6 speed clutch. I am installing an auto clutch form EFm and then Iwill try to sell it to build a RZR.

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Re: hayabusa RZR

There are a few out there.
Not sure if there is a kit though.
Check with Weller Racing. They make R1 kits for the Rhino.
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There are a few out there.
Not sure if there is a kit though.
Check with Weller Racing. They make R1 kits for the Rhino.
Thanks... may have to build a rhino instead of a rzr?
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Re: hayabusa RZR

Here's Rick aka bigdogs Busa Rzr with custom turbo kit by Race Proven Motors





I don't think it's for sale but this one may be for sale... Turbo Busa build by Race Proven Motors



If your trying to build one yourself we have lots of pics on our Facebook page. Check em out!

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Re: hayabusa RZR

Just a shame that the BUSA motor can't be converted to CVT -- And .. That someone doesn't offer a conversion kit for the installation into an XP.

Imagine a 1720cc 280+ HP/155Ft.Lbs. of Torque All Motor powerplant powering an XP .. .. SWEET

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Just a shame that the BUSA motor can't be converted to CVT -- And .. That someone doesn't offer a conversion kit for the installation into an XP.

Imagine a 1720cc 280+ HP/155Ft.Lbs. of Torque All Motor powerplant powering an XP .. .. SWEET

Wouldn't a Z1 conversion achieve about that same power. I know there are apex/ z1 conversion kits available.



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Just a shame that the BUSA motor can't be converted to CVT -- And .. That someone doesn't offer a conversion kit for the installation into an XP.

Imagine a 1720cc 280+ HP/155Ft.Lbs. of Torque All Motor powerplant powering an XP .. .. SWEET

Wouldn't a Z1 conversion achieve about that same power. I know there are apex/ z1 conversion kits available.


Sure ...... Butt -- Either has to be Boosted to achieve.

Each engine brings to the table engineering issues to Turbocharge. Look at Mike's 2nd pic to illustrate this point.

Being able to have a 280HP All Motor (N/A) engine eliminates some of these engineering issues.

Performance parts also abound for the BUSA engine. Just a Jewel of a powerplant.

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I'm putting a busa in mine right now. Using a XP transmission.



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I'm putting a busa in mine right now. Using a XP transmission.
Only way I see this being done is to gut the secondary and weld a sprocket to the steel splined shaft.

Although this has been done a few times -- I'm not fond of the short chain from the crank to the transmission inputshaft. One also has either a 5sp or 6 sp manual transmission to shift.

I'd prefer a Busa with a true CVT in the XP. When this can be achieved -- It's Game Over for any other conversion.

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Re: hayabusa RZR

why can't you make a new output shaft for the Hyabusa that has a tapered end that fits a STM primary?
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why can't you make a new output shaft for the Hyabusa that has a tapered end that fits a STM primary?
You know Cliff -- I've thought about many times.

A couple of issues though ...... Is there enough crank sticking out of the case to machine for a tapered end ??

The 2nd issue is the side load placed on the end of the crank - And can the main bearings take this load ??

A new crank could be forged/machined to take care of the length/tapered end. One problem solved.

The bearing issue -- I have no idea.

Butt -- IF it could be done ......... That's the route I'd like to go.

What do you think Mike ??

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I'm putting a busa in mine right now. Using a XP transmission.
Only way I see this being done is to gut the secondary and weld a sprocket to the steel splined shaft.

Although this has been done a few times -- I'm not fond of the short chain from the crank to the transmission inputshaft. One also has either a 5sp or 6 sp manual transmission to shift.

I'd prefer a Busa with a true CVT in the XP. When this can be achieved -- It's Game Over for any other conversion.

Yes that is how i will do the transmission sprocket. Chain heat is always been a big issue with a set up like this. I have been doing allot research on diffrent systems of saving the chain. Seems like the small motor sprocket is a big cause of the problem. It makes for a short chain and tight bend for the chain. Right now im leaning towards putting a drive shaft coupling on the motor sprocket and moving the chain and sprocket away from the engine and putting a big sprocket on the motor with 630 chain instead of 530. This will make the chain longer and less of a bend plus the chain is bigger and stronger. Just need to figure out a support bearing since the sprocket will be so far away from the motor. But yes a cvt on the crank would be the cats meow!

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Re: hayabusa RZR

Dude steve I cant wait to see the build. And then once your done you got to take me for a spin

Rzr Weber Sold. Need new ride desperately!
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Dude steve I cant wait to see the build. And then once your done you got to take me for a spin
You got it buddy

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why can't you make a new output shaft for the Hyabusa that has a tapered end that fits a STM primary?
You know Cliff -- I've thought about many times.

A couple of issues though ...... Is there enough crank sticking out of the case to machine for a tapered end ??

The 2nd issue is the side load placed on the end of the crank - And can the main bearings take this load ??

A new crank could be forged/machined to take care of the length/tapered end. One problem solved.

The bearing issue -- I have no idea.

Butt -- IF it could be done ......... That's the route I'd like to go.

What do you think Mike ??

I don't know much about the hayabusa engine and its bike trans.
check out pages 3-6 of this PDF file I found that adapts a Honda CBR engine to a snowmobile. they attach an adapter to the crank: http://www.mtukrc.org/download/mtu/m...paper_2005.pdf
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