i may have celebrated a bit too much after receiving my h2 and thought a rumor would be fun
Good point, aside from that there's not much else they can or should change over for Canadians.The only difference between Canadian and US models should be the default setting of the instruments (metric - there's no actual difference in the hardware since the units settings are user-changeable anyhow), the owner's book (bilingual English and French, and with metric units and with references to Canadian legislation and standards where applicable), and the declaration of conformity label (CMVSS with maple leaf symbol plus the ignition-system electromagnetic interference label, instead of the US FMVSS and EPA labels).
There isn't much that needs to be different between eu and North American bikes either but that doesn't stop them from pulling the topend.. It's cool this bike is exempt. Kinda pisses me off they neuter their race bikes so badGood point, aside from that there's not much else they can or should change over for Canadians.