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post #1 of 9 Old 01-07-2016, 02:11 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 9 Old 01-07-2016, 07:05 PM
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I know for a fact that the H2R on display is the 2017 model. I have $20 says the copper/pink H2 is as well.

The new upper wings on the R are really cool and if the 2017 has the VVSC I would consider upgrading...as long as the green frame and mirror silver come back.

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^That's crazy! I never noticed that before.
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^That's crazy! I never noticed that before.
I'd love to know the science behind the change. They look super specific.
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The balanced supercharged engine looks interesting. Some kind of regulator?
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A variable speed controller to give more boost on the midrange and taper off on the high end. I have watched a few video's for variable speed car superchargers that use this concept. The secondary shafts and triangular cylinders articulate and control the speed of the impeller, from what I have seen the engagement of this is controlled through software to allow control of the impeller at any rpm. Pretty cool stuff. I will post a few video's later.


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The balanced supercharged engine looks interesting. Some kind of regulator?
Same principal behind a variable vane turbo if you feel like reading up.
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I'd love to have a set of the cowl wings on mine.
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Why do they always want to taper the sc at the top? Isn't that is where the power is at it's weakest on the H2?
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