The H2SX rods must be stronger as the SX is 11.2:1 vs H2 8.5:1. It's also interesting that they removed the intake gauss, probably not had any Superchargers disintegrating?
Buying the 2019 will not disappoint, your buying evolution. What is it you want? The different series will all have their place in history.
When purchasing mine I had decided that it will be like my ZX11, have owned it for 25 years and the same logic will apply to the H2, it's for keeps. Have no interest in chasing the update market.
It's a bit like getting married, lots of new models on display but best stay with your initial choice, at least how much it's costing you and the original has all the functioning bits, an upgrade puts your hand deeper into your wallet and a new model again will come along not long after. So give the old model wife a kiss and thank her for being so understanding about your obsession with the H2, others may not!
Agree completely Rick, I suspect those who are obsessed with desperately trying to discredit the upgrades are somewhat bitter they have an older outdated model
Itís all BS, we all know (like I said in my previous post) the 2019 will be outdated by September when the 2020 version is launched, unless you buy a new bike every year its impossible to keep up with progress.
Iíll let them crack on with their analysis & part number comparisons but I wonít be joining that bandwagon in 2020!
Iíd have happily kept my 2016 but a great deal was presented to me so I switched. Simple as that really, no performance advantage Iíd ever use on the road just a shiny new bike with some great additional features I didnít previously have like IMU, anti wheelie, phone connectivity & a much nicer display.
Itís still essentially the same bike but Iím hoping for a much smoother throttle.
Iíll hopefully report back about my weak rods, small plenum and cheap exhaust clamps in a couple of weeks!
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