Won't lie, not a fan of the slipper. First of all, it makes it d a m n near impossible to push/roll start in an emergency if the battery dies. Second, on the H2 there's a great big display with what gear I'm in so I don't see that being an issue. 3rd I occasionally like dragging the tail into turns. It cocks the bike in the direction I'm going, eliminates half the turn effort and scrubs off a lot more speed. 4th - I engine brake. It's safe and efficient and makes a racket so no one can say "I didn't see him". That said, some of these things may be acceptable behavior on a supercharged bike - have to wait and read the manual.
The slipper was the only thing I didn't like about my 10R. Wish there was a way to ditch it for a traditional setup.
Last edited by Cliff Secord; 12-23-2014 at 12:24 AM.