Thus, the maximum GSX-R's skin, heart and bones are suitably transfigured for global domination. No, Virginia, that's not a Hayabusa. Stacked headlights in the GSX-R1000's prow do show a certain family resemblance, but the inspiration is more aerodynamic than artistic. Lessons learned from Suzuki's star-crossed '02 GSV-R MotoGP racer reshaped the new fairing and fenders, but it's what's up front that really counts. Ram-air nostrils migrate 20mm closer to the centerline of the fairing where all the high-pressure atmosphere congregates to pressurize the 10.2-liter airbox more efficiently at ludicrous speeds.