You’ve probably seen the tug-of-war of popular cars, but this bike is a unique option that competes with a compact SUV.
Which of the two, Suzuki Hayabusa and Maruti Brezza, do you think is better equipped to win the tug-of-war? Let us remind you that pulling ropes by cars is not a good idea. This can cause permanent damage to engine components or other mechanical parts of vehicles. But some YouTubers do it for content, which is good. You should not repeat it with your own cars. Let’s take a look at what happened in a unique tug-of-war between a bicycle and a car.
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Hayabusa vs Brezza – Tug of War
The video shows a tug of war between the diesel version of the previous generation Hayabusa and Maruti Brezza. To tie the two together, they used a broken thread in the first attempt. Brezza has a loop for tying a rope, but Hayabus does not have a special place, which makes it a bit more difficult. Nevertheless, YouTuber managed to tie them from the back, and the race finally began. Both drivers noticed that they were approaching at high speed, but the cars refused to move. After a while, Brezza started pulling the superbike, but Hayabusa confidently pulled Brezza towards him.
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Due to the low weight of the rear wheel, Hayabusa continues to lose its attractiveness as it spins the wheel. However, once the tire had enough traction, it was able to pull the SUV very clean. The Breza, on the other hand, has four wheels on the ground, which makes it more attractive, so it can pull the bike at the beginning. But Hayabusa repeatedly defeated Brezza. We have to admit that a supercycle is stronger on paper and on the road.
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Comparison of features
The latest gene, the Suzuki Hayabusa 1340 cc, comes with a built-in 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that produces a maximum power and torque of 197 PS and 155 Nm. This engine is mated to a sporty 6-speed transmission. There were many technologies for different power and traction control modes. On the other hand, the Maruti Brezza diesel came with a 1248 cm cube diesel engine that produces 90 PS and 200 Nm of maximum power and torque. It is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. What do you think about the tug-of-war between the mighty Hayabusa and Brezza?