I understand where he's coming from, it's not a comparo. He's just trying to mentally prepare himself for what he is going to experience with the H2. Like he said what do you ride to prepare yourself for riding a bike in a class of it's own? The Hyperbike has arrived! >Big...heavy...vibey...no thanks.Bottom just isn't there...Those riders didn't appear to be being able to lean it in at more speed.H2 comparo?Silly.
In practice it means that exit speeds from corners should be huge even if you’re an oaf – wind on the throttle, let the supercharger and the electrics do their jobs and go incredibly fast. On the road it will make overtaking and licence-losing about as simple as snapping your fingers.
This is, of course, speculative. If there is an official power and torque graph out there we can’t find it – but based on these assumptions the torque curve should be fairly flat. Unfortunately for Kawasaki that’s not something that can be easily explained in an era of headline-grabbing numbers.
i'm already starting to imagine all the epic pictures that would come from a pro photographer that has an H2 to work with in that stateSome photos of the preparation in Losail From the Kawasaki UK Facebook page