MPH Project Bikes – 2008

We had a lot of fun over the last few years with the 400+HP Turbo ‘Busa, but now its been sold and on to our new projects and upgrades. We still have our Stoker – Nitrous breathing ‘Busa owner and piloted by Scot Bliss. Scot is our Nitrous and electrical specialist. Check out the details on this evolving project.   We’ve decided to return to the turbo arena, and build a monster Stage III RCC Turbo with alot of BOOST!

400+ Rear Wheel Horsepower – 10″ Over

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RCC Stage III Turbo Hayabusa

Based on the success of last year’s 400+ Rear Wheel Horsepower stage II Hayabusa, we’ve decided to build a 7 second capable turbo Drag bike.

We started this project with a wrecked, broken 2002 Suzuki Hayabusa Frame bought from a salvage yard. 2005 GSX-R 750 forks and trees. Internally lowered forks with 2″ travel were rebuilt in house. Radial master cylinder and brakes were also fitted, along with a 12″ over swing arm with integral air tank from Trac Dynamics.  We prepared the frame to be measured, cut the factory seat rails, weld and straighten with our patented measuring and frame straightening equipment. A Penske Drag Racing Shock, specially valved and sprung to our drag racing specification should help the 68″ wheelbase powerhouse put the ponies to the pavement.  Lightweight GSXR-1000 wheels and Vortex adjustable rear sets complete the rolling chassis.

The motor and electrical system are from a 2003 Hayabusa.  Although we’ve maintained the stock bore and stroke, any other similarities between this bike and a stock ‘Busa motor are long gone!  In preparation for the addition of the turbo system, special turbo pistons from JE, Carrillo H-Beam rods, APE adjustable cam sprockets, and heavy duty valve springs were installed.  Holding the top and bottom ends together are APE Heavy Duty Head and Main Bearing Stud Kits.  An RCC cable clutch conversion was added to the MTC Multi Stage Lockup clutch to provide better clutch tuning off the line.  The transmission has been Pro-Cut on both transmision shafts, and an oversized billet output shaft with heavy duty bearings was added to help get all the horsepower to the rear wheel.

For the turbo, we chose the RCC Stage III Race System, with “extras”.  If you’re not familiar with RCC Turbo’s they’re the guys that built some of the World’s best Turbo Systems capable of low 7 seconds, 200 MPH quarter mile passes and several land speed records.!  The Turbo is a Garret GT 35-R, 44 mm V-band tial wastegate, 50mm tial blow off valve, and 3″ stainless steel race dump pipe unit, complete with water injection, and NLR’s TIC-1000 electronic control system, AMS-1000 Multistage Boost Controller.  A secondary fuel rail (for a total of 8 injectors) with a stand alone computer control is piggy-backed to a polished plenum to help the stock injectors feed this monster, while a custom dump pipe handles the exhaust.


We haven’t finished the 60 plus hours of wiring this beast yet, but the progress is very exciting. This package has a potential of putting down over 550 HORSEPOWER at the rear wheel!  The final work is nearly complete, and we’ll be posting the Dyno Sheets once the bike is finished.

This bike wouldn’t be complete without our shop colors and custom decals, again all done in-house!

All of the components used in this project are available at MPH.  Give us a call or stop by, and let us show you what we can do with your bike.


Turbo V-Rod

The Turbo ‘Busa generated a lot of conversation when it debuted at the Cleveland Motorcycle Show, but most people wanted to see a turbo system on a street bike. Can anyone say “Cruiser on Steroids”?

This 2003 Harley Davidson V-Rod came to us in search of a little more power, and after discussing the various options, the owner elected to add a “bolt-on” Turbo System.

This system, while milder than the Busa, still adds big power to the V-Rod.  Its only running 5-6 Lbs. of boost, so we could maintain the stock internals, making this a true “bolt-on” performance modification.

The polished intake and exhaust make this system look as good as it works.  Everything tucks in nicely with no interference for the rider to deal with.

When the bike came in, it was putting down 114 Horsepower at the rear wheel.  Not too bad for a stock V-Rod running nothing more than a pipe and a Power Commander.   After tuning? How about 172+ REAR WHEEL HORSEPOWER - on pump gas!

We have more performance experience than any shop in the area.  Nitrous applications, Turbo’s, Stokers, Strip or Road Race, we can build the bike you’ve been dreaming about.  Give us a call to discuss your needs!