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Hi all. Joined up today to see what this B-King thing is all about. I ride a genII busa at the moment but could be tempted to get a B-King. From what I've seen on the forum so far, a few mods can make the bike look very pleasing to the eye thumbs up 2

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welcome to the forum, you wouldn't be disappointed in the king

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Welcome onall4,,,.... yep a good bunch are we... yep busa or Bking... ridden both and found the Bking more fun and easier to ride... it is definately like marmite you either love em or hate them...

bare in mind we are now a collectors item as they have stopped making them now...

we are meeting in April in Norfolk so if you get one or don't get one come along and meet us... Very Happy

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Laceandwhisky wrote:


bare in mind we are now a collectors item as they have stopped making them now...



I've just sold my 09 Speed Triple cos it felt weird after riding the busa. I can't quite put my finger on it cos when I go out on my 03 ZRX it's great.

Any riding position comparisons between the busa and B-King would be helpfull.

Have they stopped making the B-King or just stopped importing to the UK?

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i took the busa out but couldn't get on with the riding position ,couldn't lift my legs up that high and felt i was leaning forward to far, the king is a little more friendlier for a old one like me Embarassed And yes they have stopped making them

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gidday m8 , welcome to the nut house. Two of my fav questions frim newbs ,

dam those exhausts are ugly : my answer "get used to them cause its all youll be seeing"
why do you need to hot it up : my answer "because I can"

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G'day mate & welcome!!

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Hi onall4,

Several members on here came from or still have Hayabusa's.
Both bike's have their pro's and con's, both a lot of fun.

Welcome.

Tony.J.

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@onall4 wrote:
Any riding position comparisons between the busa and B-King would be helpfull.


B-King lack's leg room if your tall.
You can gain some back with lower peg's
but that's something I try and avoid.

King pillion is awful compared the the Busa's
seat/pegs/grab rail.

I love the sit upright position on the King.
No drama doing speed or distance, although
some of the ladies on here have been know
to hide behind ugly bolt on screen's...... Wink

B-King doesnt suit everyone, but if you can afford
one as a 2nd bike or if it DOES suit you,
it's a LOT of fun.

Tony.J.

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@Tony Nitrous wrote:
@onall4 wrote:
Any riding position comparisons between the busa and B-King would be helpfull.


B-King lack's leg room if your tall.
You can gain some back with lower peg's
but that's something I try and avoid. No

King pillion is awful compared the the Busa's
seat/pegs/grab rail. (mines gone so are pegs (No Passengers Allowed)

I love the sit upright position on the King.
No drama doing speed or distance, although race
some of the ladies on here have been know Twisted Evil
to hide behind ugly bolt on screen's...... Wink Embarassed

B-King doesnt suit everyone, but if you can afford
one as a 2nd bike or if it DOES suit you,
it's a LOT of fun. Newbie 786369

Tony.J.



you should be a poet Tony nice turn of phrase....
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