It is, without doubt, the bike of the year. Kawasaki engineers have struggled and worked hard to make the Ninja H2R take shape and it was a “supersport” of the epoch-making. That has positive sides, as the 300hp delivery and also some negative…

Kawasaki Ninja H2R

The great novelty of the Intermot 2014 was the launch of the first high performance turbo moto of modern era. Back were attempts that did not come to fruition after the union of several of the most important departments of Kawasaki Heavy Industries.

However, we must not forget that the impressive Kawasaki H2R is a circuit bike, conceived and designed solely and exclusively to bring out the best in tracks closed to traffic and like all racing bike requires some carethat should not be overlooked. Of course we will never see one of these on the street, but who wants it? For that version is now the H2 more ‘logical’ to use it in every day.

The limitations and obligations of the Kawasaki Ninja H2R and Kawasaki ensures they are well clear before buying this beast of more than 300 hp and a value close to €50 000 are:

  • This is a circuit bike, it is not designed or certified to run on the street.
  • All parts and spare parts required must be ordered from Kawasaki, attaching the reference of the bike and providing the necessary documentation certifying be in possession of a H2R.
  • As for the tires, Kawasaki recommends using the original, being the most appropriate in the Japanese firm to withstand the needs of the “beast”. It is the Bridgestone, Racing Battlax V01 racing in the front wheel and Bridgestone Battlax V01R Medium in the rear wheel. Also it is advisable, since this competition tires, the use of heaters to avoid greater evils.
  • When the bike is not in use, it is recommended that none of the two wheels touch the ground (by trestles) to prevent distortion of the tires, which also happens with any racing tire.
  • The exhaust emits sounds to 120dB(A), so from Kawasaki recommend it into account when shooting in circuits with acoustic limitations.
  • Like any race bike, either speed or motocross, talking of a machine of competition makes have no warranty.
  • Maintenance must be thorough and done, obviously, by the technicians of the brand. Every 15 hours of operation at 8,000 RPM have to spend a specific revision, in addition to periodic also indicates the house.
  • It is, without doubt, the bike of the year. Kawasaki engineers have struggled and worked hard to make the Ninja H2R take shape and it was a “supersport” of the epoch-making. That has positive sides, as the 300hp delivery and also some negative …

    The great novelty of the Intermot 2014 was the launch of the first high performance turbo moto of modern era. Back were attempts that did not come to fruition after the union of several of the most important departments of Kawasaki Heavy Industries.

    However, we must not forget that the impressive Kawasaki H2R is a circuit bike, conceived and designed solely and exclusively to bring out the best in tracks closed to traffic and like all racing bike requires some carethat should not be overlooked. Of course we will never see one of these on the street, but who wants it? For that version is now the H2 more ‘logical’ to use it in every day.

    The limitations and obligations of the Kawasaki Ninja H2R and Kawasaki ensures they are well clear before buying this beast of more than 300 hp and a value close to €50 000 are:

    • This is a circuit bike, it is not designed or certified to run on the street.
    • All parts and spare parts required must be ordered from Kawasaki, attaching the reference of the bike and providing the necessary documentation certifying be in possession of a H2R.
    • As for the tires, Kawasaki recommends using the original, being the most appropriate in the Japanese firm to withstand the needs of the “beast”. It is the Bridgestone, Racing Battlax V01 racing in the front wheel and Bridgestone Battlax V01R Medium in the rear wheel. Also it is advisable, since this competition tires, the use of heaters to avoid greater evils.
    • When the bike is not in use, it is recommended that none of the two wheels touch the ground (by trestles) to prevent distortion of the tires, which also happens with any racing tire.
    • The exhaust emits sounds to 120dB(A), so from Kawasaki recommend it into account when shooting in circuits with acoustic limitations.
    • Like any race bike, either speed or motocross, talking of a machine of competition makes have no warranty.
    • Maintenance must be thorough and done, obviously, by the technicians of the brand. Every 15 hours of operation at 8,000 RPM have to spend a specific revision, in addition to periodic also indicates the house.

    So there is no doubt that this is an unconventional machine and ready to break the mold. Although no measurable with current MotoGP for obvious issues of regulation, there is clearly the needs of an engineering work, and as such need its care be taken seriously.

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