This will end the argument here. I got it from wiki so there will be no more question/doubt left about the fastest production bike in the market after you read this.
CLIFF on article.
The definition of production vehicle is, mass productionm in numbers.
Since Y2k is built to order, it does not qualify this theory. I believed on y2k to be the fastest production untill I read this article.
Since Y2k is not in production catagory, the Tomahawk don't even come close to any where near production class. The Tomahawk can hardly idle more then 3 min's since it has no radiator. It was only for marketing Dodge brand name.
All the japanese Bike producing companies agreed to a speed limiter of 186mph, so that will make the Busa and ZX14 neck to neck. Any modification to make it faster, specially disengaging the limiter does and will knock them off the the list of production bikes.
The Busa have reached unrestricted speed of 220mph before the limiter agreements. No other bike has reached this speed, ZX14 have come close to this speed limit when the test was conducted but never tied or passed 220pmh. If Kawasaki is to break the agreement for an officiall test run the new ZX14s, it will be the fastest bike in mass production.
So lets clear this things as well about all catogarires of proven speed test either, production, concepts/prototypes, modofied, tubo charged and dragsters bikes. The top fuel dragster bikes are the fastest in all catogaries as no other bike will come close to it.
The Tomahawk have 2 front and 2 rear wheels. By geniune definition, It's a quadricycle rather then a motorcycle.
So the fastest mass producing motorcycle with the speed limiter agreement of 186mph from japanese companies are Busa and ZX14