|Also known as||Hakuchou Drag|
|Vehicle type||Civilian motorcycle|
|Body style||Sports bike|
|Capacity||2 (rider and passenger)|
|Appearance(s)||The Lost and Damned|
The Hakuchou Custom is a modified version of the Hakuchou featuring a custom paintwork resembling stitched skin. Like its stock counterpart, it is based on a Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa. Aesthetics modifications include shaved mirrors, custom chrome wheels and frame, and a stretched swingarm.
According the Uptown Riders' website, it is exclusively tuned for drag races with modifications including a prepped up 1300cc engine producing around 250 bhp, a lowered ride and a lighter front 330mm brake disc. The exhaust also appears to be unrestricted. It is capable of reaching a top speed of 204 mph (328 kmh). This makes it the second fastest motorcycle in the game in both acceleration and top speed. Be aware that this power makes it very sensitive to hard throttle, and prone to wheelspin.
- The Hakuchou Custom is hard to find, as it doesn't appear commonly on the streets. It can be stolen from DeSean after Malc's first random encounter. DeSean is seen driving off on the bike after the mission is complete — if the player quickly catches up to him with a car or bike, the player can kill or dismount DeSean and take the bike. This will not affect the storyline — as the mission is complete, DeSean will be considered a pedestrian.
- The Hakuchou Custom may spawn in races if the player is riding a Hakuchou.
- The easiest way to obtain it is after Elizabeta's second mission It will be parked in front of Pretty Boy's garage after the mission.
- Can be spawned by dialing (245)-555-0199 on the phone.
- The Hakuchou Custom is named the Hakuchou Drag in the Uptown Rider's website.
- The default radio stations for the Hakuchou Custom are:
- Accelerating at (2.3s 0–100 km/h), the Hakuchou Custom is the quickest accelerating motorbike in the GTA series. 
- ↑ http://www.gta4.net/lost-and-damned/vehicles/?Type=1&Unit=imperial&Sort=Accel&Mass=on&Speed=on&Accel=on&Drive=on&Braking=on