Unlike in Japan, the assembly line is completely manual.
Operators were hand picked from the existing lines. Skill, patience and careful handling of parts were critical.
One operator from India underwent a week-long training in Japan. The others were trained in India by a Japanese engineer.
There’s a list of names that’s put up outside this caged room. Only those on it, can enter.
Many levels of quality inspections are conducted through the assembly process.
Saree guard is surprisingly discreet, and unsurprisingly, very well designed.
Front number plate holder looks very solid, but it is an eyesore.
The tool kit is from Japan. However, the medical kit is for India only and is borrowed from the Gixxer.
Unlike in Brazil, the engine for India comes assembled. Rest of the motorcycle comes in pieces.
Soft cloth protects exhaust pipe while attaching end can.
Tools and equipment have been imported from Japan.
The men in white make the Hayabusa in India. The men in blue, Yoshiaki Harada (left) and Suresh Babu (right), helped get this project off the ground.
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