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H2 blowing up trying hard against 2015 S1000RR

H2 is fast. Flash and pipe at 240HP vs my 2015 S1000RR with stock exhaust, big ass plate holder with Max BMW flash and tune.
The H2 rider is a grimy cheater and blows by me at 155 mph as I was doing 80 mph waiting for him to line up so I had to play catch up. The H2 is fast but not that fast. Wait for it!!
Good lucky with this time bomb and corny ass roll on straight 1 miles races. Vodeo proves the H2 is a 240 hp pile of scrap.


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H2 is fast. Flash and pipe at 240HP vs my 2015 S1000RR with stock exhaust, big ass plate holder with Max BMW flash and tune.
The H2 rider is a grimy cheater and blows by me at 155 mph as I was doing 80 mph waiting for him to line up so I had to play catch up. The H2 is fast but not that fast. Wait for it!!
Good lucky with this time bomb and corny ass roll on straight 1 miles races. Vodeo proves the H2 is a 240 hp pile of scrap


You're not going to ruffle any feathers or get much of an argument here Sir. Most of the H2 owners have multiple bikes and have the ability to purchase whatever they want. We don't hate on other bikes just for the heck of it, LOL! We all know the H2 is faster than the BMW S1000RR regardless if it's tuned by MaxBMW, Alpha Racing or my good buddies BrenTuning.
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H2 is fast. Flash and pipe at 240HP vs my 2015 S1000RR with stock exhaust, big ass plate holder with Max BMW flash and tune.
The H2 rider is a grimy cheater and blows by me at 155 mph as I was doing 80 mph waiting for him to line up so I had to play catch up. The H2 is fast but not that fast. Wait for it!!
Good lucky with this time bomb and corny ass roll on straight 1 miles races. Vodeo proves the H2 is a 240 hp pile of scrap.

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H2 is fast. Flash and pipe at 240HP vs my 2015 S1000RR with stock exhaust, big ass plate holder with Max BMW flash and tune.
The H2 rider is a grimy cheater and blows by me at 155 mph as I was doing 80 mph waiting for him to line up so I had to play catch up. The H2 is fast but not that fast. Wait for it!!
Good lucky with this time bomb and corny ass roll on straight 1 miles races. Vodeo proves the H2 is a 240 hp pile of scrap.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRNrZh2hC8A

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRNrZh2hC8A
I'm actually more curious about his situation than you beating him. Thanks for highlighting it.

Anyone know the story with the H2?
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Interesting.I'm not gonna say it....



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Supercharger gasket??? Check inside the airbox for heavy oil.
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Is this it? "Oil clamp came loose"...


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Didn't it get revealed it was an oil pipe situation?Not a blown motor?

Just as I was posting...Warp heads up with this...thanks.That's what I thought.Now...is the motor blown or not.It sounded like it fired right up at that shop.

Look at the boost temp...that doesn't look right for how he's driving.Especially at night when it's cooler anyway.I've had mine reach like two graphics...and crusing up in the mid range speeds(125+ to 140+)...during the day.70 degrees or so out.It never just stayed pinned there...it always dropped back down to no graphics once i got back to regular engine running speeds.Course,he is staying at the 10K to 14 K range...so maybe that IS normal?IDK...

I hope to God he doesn't run up on something in the road or an oil spot or something leaned in...if he's doing this all the time.OUCH.




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"Dealer said sumthing under the tank going to the air box."

Seems the motor wasn't blown. I am just wondering if it was the crankcase vent?

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poor OneArmBandit... where's he gotten too...
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