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2015 Kawasaki H2 slow build

I’ve wanted a 2015 since they were announced, I missed the order cut off, so I waited to find a clean unmolested one. This build is slow going (also building a 2012 ZX14R, and a 72’ Harley-Davidson FLH Bagger) so it will be a while before it’s completed.
So far:
Genuine Kawasaki H2R lower wings
Motocomposites upper wings
Motocomposites side fairings
Motocomposites lower sides
Motocomposites tail fairing
Motocomposites tail sides
Motocomposites tank sides
Motocomposites dash panels
Motocomposites windshield support
Motocomposites rear hugger
Motocomposites chain guard
Motocomposites upper
Extreme Creations billet intercooler
Extreme Creations Turbosmart BOV
Extreme Creations Hyperdrive
Extreme Creations boost gauge
Vandemon H2R copy titanium exhaust
19/37 gearing
Woolich Racing V3 logbox

Waiting on:
Extreme Creations fuel pump kit
Extreme Creations upper fuel rail
Extreme Creations stage 3 gears
Rotobox “Boost” Carbon Fiber wheels
Going to design a fuel cell
Going to do a dry carbon fiber tank shell w/built in tank covers
I have to give my wallet a break!
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Boosted10R and h2madness! like this.
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Very nice build 👏🏼 👍🏽
What’s ur aim with the extreme creations and gears; 270-300hp?
No swing arm extension with that power?
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Very nice build 👏🏼 👍🏽
What’s ur aim with the extreme creations and gears; 270-300hp?
No swing arm extension with that power?
Around 300 whp and stock wheelbase!
I have a couple of projects I plane to do, but they are expensive (Titanium frame, and BST Ducati Carbon Fiber swingarm) the frame we’ve been working on, when time and money allow, the swingarm I need measurements to see how far off it is from our swingarm.
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Very nice build 👏🏼 👍🏽
What’s ur aim with the extreme creations and gears; 270-300hp?
No swing arm extension with that power?
Around 300 whp and stock wheelbase!
I have a couple of projects I plane to do, but they are expensive (Titanium frame, and BST Ducati Carbon Fiber swingarm) the frame we’ve been working on, when time and money allow, the swingarm I need measurements to see how far off it is from our swingarm.
300 is a lot
Got 300 on busa at the moment and it’s a handful, and that’s a turbo which takes time to spool.
Supercharger at 300 must be insane.
There’s a couple guys with that much hp on their h2’s... one stretched it and is having fun on straight lines and he also did the cams and pistons.
The other didn’t stretch it and takes it to track but he lowers the power for the track to around 250-260.

The titanium frame I remember a post a bit ago about that. Are you the same guy trying to do it?
If so are u any closer to getting it done then before?
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Very nice build 👏🏼 👍🏽
What’s ur aim with the extreme creations and gears; 270-300hp?
No swing arm extension with that power?
Around 300 whp and stock wheelbase!
I have a couple of projects I plane to do, but they are expensive (Titanium frame, and BST Ducati Carbon Fiber swingarm) the frame we’ve been working on, when time and money allow, the swingarm I need measurements to see how far off it is from our swingarm.
300 is a lot
Got 300 on busa at the moment and it’s a handful, and that’s a turbo which takes time to spool.
Supercharger at 300 must be insane.
There’s a couple guys with that much hp on their h2’s... one stretched it and is having fun on straight lines and he also did the cams and pistons.
The other didn’t stretch it and takes it to track but he lowers the power for the track to around 250-260.

The titanium frame I remember a post a bit ago about that. Are you the same guy trying to do it?
If so are u any closer to getting it done then before?
I’m the same guy doing the frame, it is hard to locate all the different size tubing we need, it is slow going, I travel 47 weeks a year for my job.
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Is that the same swing arm from the Superleggera ?


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Is that the same swing arm from the Superleggera ?


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It is from a 1098, I was told from a friend that races Ducati’s that the BST one is a little longer, but fits, we are going to redesign the bracket that the swingarm mounts to, so it will bolt up to the H2, with a Ducati swingarm.
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I wonder about lateral loading and flex with different wheel weights (Duc vs H2) and overall bike weight. Just some food for thought.



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I wonder about lateral loading and flex with different wheel weights (Duc vs H2) and overall bike weight. Just some food for thought.



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I have given this a lot of thought. I have changed almost all the bodywork to carbon fiber (the rest is on order) going to use the Ducati race rear hub, BST for the Ducati also! When I’m done she should be 80lbs lighter.
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Sweet !


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