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Got a little riding in on the H2, over the weekend. Tripped over 500 miles. Also got a dyno baseline, no flash or PC-V, 93 pump, 198 STD on a conservative dyno ((my stock Gen 2 Busa made high 160's on the same dyno, my stock 14R (with<<0 oil), low 190's)).








I should mention, the 198 was without being strapped, either. I am certain that cost a few hp...but I am not too worried. Once I do the next round of mods, always strapped, and tire pressure measured. We're going to make some power!

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198 is good the key is it trounced the busa and was on par with zx14
"On a par" on paper maybe, on a dyno chart.

One of our UK publications did a 0-180mph test on a stock H2 and a stock 14R a few weeks ago.

The 14R got to 180 in 1300 metres. The H2 took 708 metres.

That's where the similarity ends.
 

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"On a par" on paper maybe, on a dyno chart.

One of our UK publications did a 0-180mph test on a stock H2 and a stock 14R a few weeks ago.

The 14R got to 180 in 1300 metres. The H2 took 708 metres.

That's where the similarity ends.
Yes bob on dyno im aware the h2 puts its power down faster.
 

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Power is power. But factor in weight, aero, and overall setup...and well, yeah, the H2 has the 14R beat, on the track. That being said, I love my 14R!! My stock motor 14R has been 207 in the mile (212 at the 1.5), but it took a fair amount of work to get there. The 14R is a comfort couch, the H2 a focused machine.
 
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