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busaking 04-03-2009 08:01 AM

2008 Complete Custom Hayabusa - THIS IS SICK!!
 
The same bike that was promoted in the "Walk it Like a Motorbike" video.
240mm single sided fat tire custom. NOS purge everything chrome and clear covers

YOU CAN VIEW THE VIDEO AND THE REST OF THE PHOTO'S HERE


















pdad13 04-03-2009 08:52 AM

Let me start by saying thanks for the spam.

Now, I have a few questions. First, how does one "walk it like a motorbike." I'm confused since motorbikes are usually self-propelled. I assume that maybe it has something to do with the fake 25mph street racing scene where the two riders were wobbling around like toddlers on big wheels, but they didn't seem to be walking at all. Please clarify.

Second, since I was immediately drawn to this thread by your colorful use of the adjective "INSANE" (all caps was a nice touch, by the way), I'm wondering why you didn't choose the wildly popular "SICK!!!" or even "HAWT!!!!" Imagine if you had used all three. This might have been the thread of the century.

Third, how does one become the Busaking? I assume you come from a long line of Busa monarchy. Is there a House of Busa? Was your father a Busaking also? Or is this a self-appointed title, supported by your subjects (and hip hop hoochie video chicks), much like Napoleon appointing himself Emperor?

Fourth, what is this "INSANE" Busa actually good for? I admire the work that went into it, but it seems like a lot of effort for a bike that will mostly travel by trailer and make occasional trips under its own NOS-enhanced power to various parking lots and burger joints. Perhaps that's the point, eh? And it's a good thing, too, because the long swingarm and ridiculously fat rear tire will propbably make riding it on anything but an arrow-straight road, um, an adventure. Of course, one could take it to the drag strip, but that would get the chrome everything all icky, so that's probably out of the question.

I know that, being a king and all, you're probably very busy. But if you could take a few moments out from ruling Busaland to answer these, and I'm sure, the other members' questions, I'd truly appreciate it, Your Highness.

12er 04-03-2009 09:14 AM

Insane is right, insane waste of money. Then again my total failure to appreciate "Art" also frustrates my wife with her museum memberships and my absolute lack of desire to go.

seruzawa 04-03-2009 09:21 AM

Oh, jeez. Chill out guys. It's not my cup of meat but I respect anyone who puts so much of his soul into a project like this.

longride 04-03-2009 09:45 AM

Pretty much. If it floats his boat, good for him. It ain't my cup of tea, but I do like seeing what others are doing out there.

Buzglyd 04-03-2009 10:06 AM

Nothin' I ain't never seen on a Harley.

Kenneth_Moore 04-03-2009 10:23 AM

I'm surprised to see so much corrosion on the motorcycle. A good scrubbing with steel wool and WD-40 will get that out.

pdad13 04-03-2009 10:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by seruzawa (Post 209267)
Oh, jeez. Chill out guys. It's not my cup of meat but I respect anyone who puts so much of his soul into a project like this.

Oh, I'm just cranky today. Thinly-veiled spam that links to dopey, cliched urban motorcycle culture silliness wears on me.

Now, if he actually posted a pic of a cup of meat, I might be more interested.

Although, "Red Rider" will probably show up and proclaim this thing as his 379th "next bike."

busaking 04-03-2009 11:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pdad13 (Post 209280)
Oh, I'm just cranky today. Thinly-veiled spam that links to dopey, cliched urban motorcycle culture silliness wears on me.

Now, if he actually posted a pic of a cup of meat, I might be more interested.

Although, "Red Rider" will probably show up and proclaim this thing as his 379th "next bike."


Here's your cup :grin:


12er 04-03-2009 12:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by busaking (Post 209291)
Here's your cup :grin:


Damn that looks tasty and right before lunch even.


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