The Hayabusa engine has become the small block Chevy of the motorcycle powered car world, it’s used as the starting point for many projects, whether you drop it in a Mini or build an entirely new car around it.
The RoadRazer, is a carbon fiber bodied, Formula car look alike that is street legal in the U.K. It uses a Hayabusa engine connected to a Quaife differential. The six speed transmission is paddle shifted and the package gives you 0-60 in about 3 seconds or so. It has two seats in a tandem configuration, though the rear seat looks like it would be a bit snug. The monocoque chassis is a carbon fiber and aluminum combination.
Mikkel Steen Pedersen is the man behind the company and the car and though the RoadRazer is street legal in the U.K., I’m not sure you could get it on the road in the U.S. but it would make an interesting track day car. Looks like a fun unit.
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