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1krider 10-22-2014 02:32 PM

H2R has no intercooling between the supercharger and the intake valves? Weird
 
NO INTERCOOLING ?????
WTF?

Weird. Meth injection is going to be a popular mod on this bike unless Kawi is already doing some sort of chemical intercooling.


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mombo 10-22-2014 08:14 PM

Keep Cool
 
They Don't Need One...;)

This Monster Puts Down 500+RWHP Without Intercooling >:D



desmodromic 10-23-2014 01:50 AM

Kawasaki must be very confident with their anti knocking system. One thing is for sure, you must always have access to high quality petrol to run this beast right.

1krider 10-23-2014 04:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mombo (Post 16817)
They Don't Need One...;)

This Monster Puts Down 500+RWHP Without Intercooling >:D

You are obviously missing the point.

ninja boy 10-23-2014 04:55 PM

They did not add an intercooler because, Guess what? They did not need one.

When the H2R is traveling fast, the forced air induction into the charger is also
keeping it cool.

The extra weight was also a factor.

1krider 10-23-2014 05:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ninja boy (Post 17050)
They did not add an intercooler because, Guess what? They did not need one.

When the H2R is traveling fast, the forced air induction into the charger is also
keeping it cool.

The extra weight was also a factor.

I don't know about you and how you ride, but I've been running centri blowers since the early 1990's, and I don't feel comfortable running boost without a intercooler.
I hope that Kawi have engineered something for intake temps.

ninja boy 10-23-2014 05:52 PM

How I ride? Wide Open !!!

I think you need to read this again:

They did not add an intercooler because, Guess what? They did not need one.

When the H2R is traveling fast, the forced air induction into the charger is also
keeping it cool.

The extra weight was also a factor,

Bazza 10-23-2014 06:13 PM

1K does have a point, unless, the winglets really are creating a superlative venturi effect and simply sucking the heat right out... ???

ninja boy 10-23-2014 06:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bazza (Post 17074)
1K does have a point, unless, the winglets really are creating a superlative venturi effect and simply sucking the heat right out... ???

It is possible, coupled with the very high wind velocity, at super high speeds.

Look at what the supercars of today are doing with air cooling.The brakes,
the engine, and various other parts, are being cooled by funneled air.

The aero technology on this bike is outstanding.

:D

1krider 10-23-2014 08:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ninja boy (Post 17066)
How I ride? Wide Open !!!

I think you need to read this again:

They did not add an intercooler because, Guess what? They did not need one.

When the H2R is traveling fast, the forced air induction into the charger is also
keeping it cool.

The extra weight was also a factor,

Nah.
It was dumb the first time I read it. No need to read it again.


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