Kawasaki finally revealed its new Ninja at the Intermot show. And does it live up to the hype? Well, the supercharged Kawasaki H2R claims 300 horsepower… The H2 takes its name from the 750cc two-stroke Triple Kawasaki produced in the early ‘70s When the Ninja H2™R motorcycle was conceived by Kawasaki, the driving concept behind its development was to offer the kind of acceleration most riders had never experienced. Being “Fun to Ride” is one of Kawasaki’s guiding principles, and while Tapping into the design minds of Kawasaki Heavy Industries’ Gas Turbine, Machinery and Aerospace divisions, Kawasaki has developed a one of a kind super bike – with an emphasis on “super” – the 2015 Ninja H2R. Kawasaki hyped the H2R with various Brace for impact! Kawasaki has crashed the party again, this time with a 300-horsepower supercharged motorcycle for closed-course operation only. No muffling, no emissions, no DOT. Again? In 1972, in the middle of a sleeping market much like today’s Round prices announced for Kawasaki’s latest weapons in the hypersport class see the new Ninja bikes offered for less money than initially expected. Now, don’t expect the Ninja H2 or the Ninja H2R to go for the same price you’d get a liter-class CBR Kawasaki has launched the new range of Ninja motorcycle in India. The 2017 Ninja range includes H2 and H2R and the limited edition Ninja H2 Carbon edition. The Kawasaki Ninja H2 gets a price tag of Rs 33.30 lakh, while the Kawasaki Ninja H2R comes for Rs .
Video of 400 kmph Kawasaki Ninja H2R driven by professional rider Kenan Sofuoglu in a stunt performed on a bridge emerged Kawasaki Ninja H2R has recorded a 400 km per hour of top speed recently in a stunt. The Turkish professional motorcycle racer Kenan The new Kawasaki Ninja H2 will come with a 998cc, liquid-cooled, 4-cylinder supercharged engine churning maximum power of 207bhp and maximum torque of 133.5 Nm. On the other hand, the Kawasaki Ninja H2R will have the same engine, but with a tuned up engine Kawasaki will be participating in the 2016 of Bonneville Speed Week with the Ninja H2R hyperbike to beat its previous top speed of 348.2kmph achieved last year with Team 38 Kawasaki Motors announced that it plans to participate in the 2016 edition of Kawasaki’s jaw-dropping Ninja H2 and H2R are back for 2017, and joining them is a third member of the family, the Ninja H2 Carbon. While Kawasaki are calling the Carbon a third member of the Ninja H2 family, the title is slightly deceiving as the bike is .
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