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post #31 of 49 Old 09-04-2015, 09:53 AM
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I REALLY like that Green.Wonder if Kawasaki would trade me my bodypanels?



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beautiful indeed.... is that Gadsons bike?
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I'll go with the idea that we have a prototype bike and there will not be more in this form. No company wanting to make money develops something like this supercharger unit then shelves it. I think we'll be seeing a smaller displacement machine like a 250 that can keep pace with a na 600.If you look at some of the early SC patent material out there there may be a dual speed drive for the SC as well. That could give a 250 good cruising fuel economy and a killer top end. I can almost hear that thing screaming @18,000 rpm now. :-)

The color looks nice not overdone and blends with the black bits.... Doesn't look as Sinister as ours tho.

As far as value ...when is the last time anyone saw next years model cost less than this years. The value of paper money always goes down and the value of "things" especially rarer nicer things stays the same or goes up. Keep this bike in nice shape and I have no doubt you'll get every penny out that you put in when the time comes. $.02

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The one in post #31 has the H2R wings and side fairings, and seemingly the exhaust system, but the H2 license plate bracket and side reflectors. BUT ... The tipoff for what that particular bike is, is the "62" on the stray piece of bodywork visible in the second photo. That's Rickey Gadson's bike, before he started making modifications to it. In other words, the bike shown in that particular picture is old news.

It doesn't explain the other one shown earlier in this thread, which had the green bodywork but the H2 mirrors on it.

I say one thing to Kawasaki ... doooooo iiiiiitttt ...
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beautiful indeed.... is that Gadsons bike?
yes

i don't understand why ... but no news of this bike on the web ...

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[QUOTE=GoFaster;146890]The one in post #31 has the H2R wings and side fairings, and seemingly the exhaust system, but the H2 license plate bracket and side reflectors. BUT ... The tipoff for what that particular bike is, is the "62" on the stray piece of bodywork visible in the second photo. That's Rickey Gadson's bike, before he started making modifications to it.


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The one in post #31 has the H2R wings and side fairings, and seemingly the exhaust system, but the H2 license plate bracket and side reflectors. BUT ... The tipoff for what that particular bike is, is the "62" on the stray piece of bodywork visible in the second photo. That's Rickey Gadson's bike, before he started making modifications to it. In other words, the bike shown in that particular picture is old news.

It doesn't explain the other one shown earlier in this thread, which had the green bodywork but the H2 mirrors on it.

I say one thing to Kawasaki ... doooooo iiiiiitttt ...


Agreed, and that bike has a silver frame like Gadsons has.
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well aren't we getting to about that time when 2016 MY's start to show themselves... Wonder if they'll have the green machines at EICMA...

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green H2 in JAPAN






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There's a matte black one too in the shot w/ all the bikes lined up.
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