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H2 and H2R Parts

Hey guys, figured I would share this info for you guys.

The H2 and H2R both use the same head gasket, pistons, rods, crank, supercharger, cylinder head, and valves.

Also the H2R exhaust you cannot buy in one piece, you have to buy each runner, collector, joints, and muffler separately and it costs $7,125 lol

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Thanks for mentioning that, especially about the individual parts that have to be ordered for the exhaust.
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The H2 and H2R both use the same head gasket, pistons, rods, crank, supercharger, cylinder head, and valves.
Then why do multiple sources state that the head gaskets on the H2 and H2R respectively are NOT the same?

2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Press Release (www.kawasaki.com):
"In fact, aside from its camshafts, head gaskets and clutch, the engine is the same as the unit found in the Ninja H2R."
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Then why do multiple sources state that the head gaskets on the H2 and H2R respectively are NOT the same?

2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Press Release (www.kawasaki.com):
"In fact, aside from its camshafts, head gaskets and clutch, the engine is the same as the unit found in the Ninja H2R."

Could not tell you bud!!!!

All I can tell you is the H2 and the H2r have the same part number for the head gasket!

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Part Number: 11004-0754
Description: GASKET-HEAD
Package Quantity: 1
Item Status Code: Active
Price:
MSRP: $117.74

Model (2):
ZX1000NFF (Ninja H2) (2015)
ZX1000PFF (Ninja H2R) (2015)
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Could not tell you bud!!!!

All I can tell you is the H2 and the H2r have the same part number for the head gasket!
I suspected as much... most likely it's an error in the Part Listing but time will tell.
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I suspected as much... most likely it's an error in the Part Listing but time will tell.
That is a possibility.... but look at my other post about the H2R parts ordering, no listing of the head gasket, only of the crank cases which COULD have a higher deck height causing the lower compression????

I'm no kawi engineer so I have ZERO clue as to if thats the reason why the H2R has different crankcases than the H2 but I am just going off the part numbers. I dont see why they would mix up that one part number but you never know!!!
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I dont see why they would mix up that one part number but you never know!!!
If the Part Numbers are listed correctly, then Kawasaki.com made a MEGA error in its 2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Press Release regarding the head gaskets being different; this difference has been quoted by several publications.

One thing for sure, an error exists in the information provided by Kawasaki about the head gaskets, either in the Parts Listing or otherwise.

Thanks for providing the info!
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If the Part Numbers are listed correctly, then Kawasaki.com made a MEGA error in its 2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Press Release regarding the head gaskets being different; this difference has been quoted by several publications.

One thing for sure, an error exists in the information provided by Kawasaki about the head gaskets, either in the Parts Listing or otherwise.

Thanks for providing the info!

That is correct!!!

On another note about parts....

The intake on the H2R costs $8,100 bucks new lol.....
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So if I want to lower the compression to redline at 14,000, I should make the cylinder base gasket .20 thicker, right?
And what should I do to get H2R cams in my H2? Also I would like to keep the stock cams. I just don't know how to reproduce the H2R cams. Thank you for helping me, garth285.
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So if I want to lower the compression to redline at 14,000, I should make the cylinder base gasket .20 thicker, right?
And what should I do to get H2R cams in my H2? Also I would like to keep the stock cams. I just don't know how to reproduce the H2R cams. Thank you for helping me, garth285.
Not sure what size gasket you will need. As far as cams you can get a custom set made with some larger lift and duration, the H2R has almost 60* more duration over the H2 and about 1.7mm lift. Maybe Web Cams will be willing to help or megacycle.
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