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post #11 of 33 Old 08-22-2018, 10:51 PM
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Congrats Bob & that picture of your H2 from the rear is an angle I donít see so much but flat out works.

Always been strange to me why the H2ís cowl & shield is so much smaller than the H2Rís, the taller & wider shield w/ the larger more upright cowl provides much more protection, that would make a huge difference for us at higher speeds:

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Congrats Bob & that picture of your H2 from the rear is an angle I donít see so much but flat out works.



Always been strange to me why the H2ís cowl & shield is so much smaller than the H2Rís, the taller & wider shield w/ the larger more upright cowl provides much more protection, that would make a huge difference for us at higher speeds:





Interesting point, didnít realise there was a size difference


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Yes, the H2R fairing is a little larger, both in height and width.

The attached image is the H2R from Stradale's side by side shot with the H2 fairing outline superimposed.
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That is an awesome achievement congratulations Bob.

What gearing ,ecu flash ect is your bike running ?
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That is an awesome achievement congratulations Bob.

What gearing ,ecu flash ect is your bike running ?
It's a Brock's Performance flash, written by Don Guhl in 2015, also a sprint filter and PCV with a custom map by GT Performance made on their dyno' here in Plymouth. I run either 19/41 or 19/42 depending on the wind speed and direction. Fortunately sprockets on the H2 are a doddle to change.

(I replied to your other post about the ECU flash)

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That is an awesome achievement congratulations Bob.

What gearing ,ecu flash ect is your bike running ?
It's a Brock's Performance flash, written by Don Guhl in 2015, also a sprint filter and PCV with a custom map by GT Performance made on their dyno' here in Plymouth. I run either 19/41 or 19/42 depending on the wind speed and direction. Fortunately sprockets on the H2 are a doddle to change.

(I replied to your other post about the ECU flash)
That's for getting back to me Bob I appreciate the info.

I'm going to have the bike flashed ect over the winter don't want to loose any riding time.

I'm interested in coming to a staightliners event next year see what the h2 can do without the worrie of loosing my licence so maybe see you at one.
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Two minutes after this picture was taken he had a screwdriver forced into the ignition .
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