Motorcycles R and carbon versions can be ordered - Kawasaki H2 models

18:00  02 october  2019
18:00  02 october  2019 Source:   motorradonline.de

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For 2017, Kawasaki made a limited-edition model with 120 units produced globally: the individually-numbered Kawasaki Ninja H 2 Carbon with special paint and carbon -fiber upper cowl. For 2017, the standard model Kawasaki Ninja H 2 is also updated.[38].

Further distinguishing the Ninja H 2 Carbon model is a new variation of Kawasaki ’s silver-mirror paint featuring a matte element. A trellis frame for the Ninja H 2 R and Ninja H 2 motorcycles offers an elegant, lightweight solution to meet the performance requirements of the street version Ninja H 2 and

Kawasaki opens the order books for the H2 versions R and carbon again. Both extreme versions of the compressor Kawasaki can only be ordered until November 25th. The prices start at 32,500 euros.

  R- und Carbon-Version bestellbar - Kawasaki H2-Modelle © Kawasaki

With its compressor technology, the Kawasaki H2 is already an extreme motorcycle. The two versions H2R and H2 Carbon are even more extreme.

The Kawasaki H2R comes with 310 HP and 165 Nm torque from the turbocharged 1,000 four-cylinder. It is only approved for use on the racetrack. The H2 Carbon is based on the normal H2, but is wrapped in the noble material carbon fiber laminate. Here it remains at 231 hp and 142 Nm torque.

racing version costs 55,000 euros

Both models are mainly made by hand, accordingly the resources are limited and the order option is scheduled until November 25, 2019. Those who come later look into the tube for the 2020 model year.

Oh yes, whoever wants to order should be solvent: the H2 Carbon costs 32,500 euros plus additional costs. For the H2R, 55,000 euros plus additional costs are required.

8h Suzuka 2019: dramatic end for Kawasaki, Yamaha inherits victory .
© Yamaha For the fifth time in succession, Yamaha won in Suzuka Dramatic end of the 8-hour race in Suzuka (Japan). Barely two minutes before the end of the race, Jonathan Rea fell in the lead on an oil spill. This caused the race to be stopped shortly before time ran out. Rea had five minutes after his crash to get his Kawasaki back into the pits. Only then would his victory have been official. Rea did not make it and so the # 10 Kawasaki lost the almost certain victory.

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