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Ninja H2 specs leaked!

Ninja H2 specs leaked!

Snapshot: The machine would outclass any other production motorcycle on the drag strip.

We have been keeping good follow-up with news regarding Kawasaki’s new supercharged Ninja set to launch at the Intermot motor show on the September 30. And with just 10 days to go, detail specs of this new motorcycle’s engine have leaked on the Internet. The H2 is reportedly fitted with a centrifugally supercharged 1000cc inline 4-cylinder engine. This new Powertrain would aid a peak power delivery of 222bhp.

With Japanese motorcycles known for keeping their overall weight low, would result in a fantastic power to weight ratio that would help this motorcycle to rocket past the 100kmph and 200kmph mark like none seen before. Of course, to tame such enormous power on a short motorcycle wheelbase, Kawasaki would be employing a plethora of 10 electronic power modes to keep the front wheel from jumping up in the air on hard acceleration. The H2 will be packing a completely new set of parts, from the new supercharged engine to its lightweight trellis frame the new bike will also have a single sided swingarm

Further, there is also news that Kawasaki would be launching a track only version of the H2 with even more power. While, to keep the things legal, the street version has to do with only 222bhp of power, the unrestricted, no-holes-barred race version would pump out a whopping 307bhp at crank easily making it the fastest production motorcycle on any circuit around the world, just in case you forgot, even MotoGP machines produces only close to 220bhp.

The Ninja H2 although carrying the Ninja name is in no way similar to any other motorcycle in the Ninja range. The machine would outclass any other production motorcycle on the drag strip, although its yet to see how it delivers power and how well it sticks to the ground, we are pretty sure that as it is, the H2 is here to rage out a new competition and a new segment of motorcycles that would see the light of day from other manufacturers' stable soon. 

Read our full coverage on Ninja's H2 progress here.

•  Kawasaki •  Ninja
on 2014-09-19 12:42:16

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