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I have been on this form for awhile just sitting back reading all of the discussions. I had my deposit put down on the H2 over 3 weeks ago and continue to have mixed emotions about this purchase. I am both a track and street rider. I own several bikes but my favorite is the Panigale 1199 R. I was planning on using the "R" solely for the track once the H2 arrives.

Moving forward, I see there are many different comments regarding the unknown number of bikes and/or number of years the H2 will be made. I also feel frustration on this subject since it is all speculation so far.. Here is my thoughts on the subject.... I believe Kawasaki will continue to offer this bike in 2016. They will use the feedback from the public on the 15' model to improve upon the bike for 2016. I have seen this recently done for the higher end bikes such as Ducati and BMW..

Below are some of the recent examples:

1.) The BMW HP4 was a limited model which owners assumed production run would approx 2500 for one year. BMW also helped play into sharing the original intend for production numbers. BMW understood marketing and fueled the hype by numbering each model on a plate for each bike which provided that exclusivity feel. When BMW saw the high demand in 2013 for the HP4, they extended the ordering into 2014. This changed the original limited/exclusive run from 1000-2000 numbered bike to 6000+.. Heck, there are are still some new 14's available at a few dealerships.. BMW took advantage of the demand and now the bike is not exclusive. ALSO to make the matter worse, BMW is now selling a standard 2015 1000RR with upgrades to match the HP4 but MORE HP (costs are just under the HP4 due to carbon fiber parts)... How you do think those owners feel?

2.) The Panigale 1199 came out in 2012. I was second person from my state to receive the "S" model.. I upgraded in July 2013 from the "S" to the "R".. I put a lot more money into the bike for track purposes (Akra exhaust, ECU Tuning, etc..).. Unfortunately, all the 1199s were upgraded for 2015 to the 1299 model which is 100 more cc in displacement producing a extra 10 hp at the crank. How does all the 1199 owners feel that the new models will devalue their current Panigales?

3.) Last example - The Panigale "SL" (Superleggra) was a limited model of 500 being sold in 2014 costing owners approx $65,0000. The "SL" is the lightest sport bike at approx 390 lbs wet with over 200 hp at the crank. The internal parts for this engine was ahead of all other manufactures last year- the following is a cut and paste of the engine components and electronics -(engine weight-saving components allow it to rev to 12,500 rpm (a 1000-rpm bump) and increase power across the board. All four valves (intake and exhaust) in each head are now titanium, as are the Pankl connecting rods. The tungsten-counterweighted crankshaft,, 8 level traction control, and left handle paddle control for up and down ward clutchless shifting)..

Now the best part.... Ducati announced that the new "2015 Panigale R" will have the exact same engine and electronic components which was introduced on the $65,000 SL last year. The cost for the 2015 is approx $33,000-$34,000 which is $30,000 less than the exclusive SL.

While I am disappointed that there will be more bikes made which will make our current purchase less exclusive, we will have at least have 1 summer to enjoy the bike and be the guinea pigs for the following year owners.. While $25,000 (most did not pay full sticker) may be a lot of money for most people, it is not much if your attempting to purchase a exclusive modern day bike. Also, why would Kawasaki put all that money and time into research/development just for a one year run?

Did we really believe that a major Corporation was going to sell just a small amount of bikes for 1 year and lose money on the small production runs while owners reaped the benefits as their values increased due to the small exclusive numbers?...... The only race bike that I recall that was a limited production model that continues to hold it's value is the Ducati Desmosedici RR (Racing Replica) released in 06. 1500 models were made and sold for approx $70,000 US dollars.. You could possibly buy one today for $58,000-$62,000..

LAST THING - Yes, I was one of the persons that bought into the hype... I just hope the performance on the H2 will be worth it!!!
 

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Did we really believe that a major Corporation was going to sell just a small amount of bikes for 1 year and lose money on the small production runs while owners reaped the benefits as their values increased due to the small exclusive numbers?...... The only race bike that I recall that was a limited production model that continues to hold it's value is the Ducati Desmosedici RR (Racing Replica) released in 06. 1500 models were made and sold for approx $70,000 US dollars.. You could possibly buy one today for $58,000-$62,000..


Yea, but your talking Italians and Japanese. The Japanese are a lot more honorable than the freaking Italians. :rolleyes:
 

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I really don't care if they keep it an exclusive model or if they make more of them.

If they keep it an exclusive model, mine will get ridden on "special occasions" (I have a number of other bikes to choose from already) because I won't want to break it.

If they make more, then I'll ride the crap out of it because I won't have to worry as much about spare parts.

It's all good.
 

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Difficult one !

From a commercial perspective there can be little doubt that Kawasaki are not making money with a low volume production run of H2/H2R. So it would make sense to extend it and recoup more of the development costs.

But that would upset the early buyers who would see their 'exclusive' product devalued and may turn them away from the brand.

So what do Kawasaki do ?

My guess (and it's really no more than that) is that they continue production of the H2 for a second year - simply to meet global demand - no spec changes and no price change. Still probably under 1,000 globally so it remains rare and exclusive.

In the meantime Kawasaki gain huge brand awareness and recognition for being market leaders in forced induction technology.

And in a few years time we see more of the cutting edge technology introduced on lower cc production bikes on the back of the H2 hype. And that is where Kawasaki really start to recover the R&D costs on the H2 project ..........
 

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Let me start out RIGHT HERE...this comment.....Number 1:...LOOK at this OPENING STATEMENT...."H2MEMBERS"...any one here open a topic with''H2 MEMBERS"?????WITH a big ole smiley....."While I am disappointed that there will be more bikes made which will make our current purchase less exclusive"....just HOW do you know it'll be going into production in a year?You sir...are full of you know what...you're trying to lessen all of the guys enthusiasm here that actually bought one.That's what this post is about.So let's just put it right out on the table...shall we?

"I have seen this recently done for the higher end bikes such as Ducati and BMW.."...you ever see this done with any Kawasaki new model?Every one of em has been a raising of particular facets of each new bike.

Number 2:"While $25,000 (most did not pay full sticker)"...bullshit...I call bullshit right there....show me a sticker where a guy got away with this bike for under MSRP...****,I can say anything anywhere...even on a forum where guys are concerned about all aspects of a thing they bought..and this comparison to the H2 and all...that's no proof of a scam by Kawasaki...that's on THOSE companies.

Back this up with some actual sales receipts then....let's see em....

Number 3:"Did we really believe that a major Corporation was going to sell just a small amount of bikes for 1 year and lose money on the small production runs"

...this is exactly WHY they MAKE money on this bike...they aren't building production runs that are not gonna be bought...not every sportbike guy wants a Kawasaki...OR a supercharger.You don't see this?They'll sell every one of these...seeing how they're ONLY built by ordering...the engineering isn't costing them any more.The machines to fab these parts isn't costing any more..they ALREADY have the machines to produce these parts..and guys who know how to set em up for this bike.AND the engineers who know what to design...and HOW.Doesn't cost any more.

BTW...they MADE money on this...the technology was already developed LONG before this bike was put together....at 25K a bike...and limited assembly runs...no way did they lose money...it doesn't cost em any more to CNC a part for this bike than it does for a 10R or any sportbike.You've forgotten something...Japan was (and is) a leader of the economic world BECAUSE they do things cheaper than most other countries...FACT)We're paying for the expertise to make this happen(and yes...the latest best technology interwoven to make this a one of a kind)...it doesn't cost them 'dearly' to produce these parts on this bike.Some of these parts aren't even Kawasaki....some of the real expensive parts.I've heard this several times now...they LOST money.Like they somehow haven't learned how to produce these sportbike parts at a low cost...you think that trellis frame costs more to develop and produce than the monoque frame on the zx14?No way.This aint their first rodeo...sheesh.

Sorry...this just doesn't sound right to me...this doesn't sound like a guy who's layed out 2,500 dollars deposit for new sportbike..and intending to pay the balance on receiving it.This is a guy who ALREADY got 'burned'(supposedly)so he's trying to convince me that he's walking into another 'burn'?With his eyes wide open?If you actually DID get one... put a deposit down...what the **** you going all the way through with it then feeling as you do....??????ANYONE can bail on this bike at any time before they pay the balance.You've already tried with this post to paint Kawasaki as a shady company to buy from.....that they don't mean what they say...and that their PR about this particular bike is actually a lure to sell these things.
Number 4:..."LAST THING - Yes, I was one of the persons that bought into the hype"...you didn't buy anything......
This is a really low shot at us here and Kawasaki...IMO.I don't believe a word of what you say here as you dis the H2 guys with yer bullshit info.I think I heard this spirit just a while back...it wouldn't listen to the advice.."don't let the door hit yer ass on the way out"...something like that.I think it's still floating around here..seeing who it can bring down.


"I just hope the performance on the H2 will be worth it!!!"...if you're unconvinced...back out..it's not too late.If you're actually for real here and you feel this way....I feel really sorry for you...knowing what you claim to know about THIS bike.And Kawasaki as a company.I know if I felt this way..I wouldn't give em a dime...You want 'shady'...go buy a Harley.I KNOW...bought one according to their 'PR"...****,it couldn't even pass a cage doing 70mph safely...that's how great their 'new passing power' upgraded bike worked.But I digress...no offense meant towards Harley riders..they are what they are.


RIGHT NOW...the ONLY trusted source for the performance and all of THIS machine is RICKY GADSON...with video proof...and more to come.ANY claims about later production runs...loss of exclusivity,or performance fails(which he's finding are quite the opposite;) is ONLY personal speculation.That's it.Until the company comes right out and says something's changed.They don't need to pull shady moves to be Number 1....regardless of what someone thinks they're about.


From Ricky Gadson Facebook yesterday..."If Kawasaki doesn't decide to bring it back for 2016 the 2015's will sky rocket in value and become a collectors item. For those of you still on the fence, just know that there is a plan "...what's that say?It doesn't say they WILL...it says...he's working with others to release the full potential of this bike.Nothing about"they might...it's possible...they're considering it".Key word...IF.He's saying in effect..it isn't gonna get another run...and the ones now sold are gonna be MORE like the H2R than they are just now.H2...not some other H2 build up ahead.

And of course...I'm guessing at all this as well....but this is MY take on all this stuff.


I'd appreciate it if ANYONE here would give me honest feedback about my comments here...I'd really like to know if I'm just reacting badly to these kinds of posts...Production run?I don't think so.


Can anyone tell me WHY someone who knows we all bought one for MSRP price tell me WHY someone would say this?..."(most did not pay full sticker)"...how does that make you guys that bought one feel about Kawasaki and this bike in particular?????
 

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As Aaron Rogers stated earlier this year.... R.E.L.A.X !

SilverbirdH2, I should have answered the thread "how mad will you be if there is a 2016 model" instead of posting a separate one... I decided to make a new thread since it was my first posting and I was concern with getting off the original topic.

First, I have been on this forum since Nov and joined in early Dec once my deposit and transaction was complete.. I am not a loyalist to one brand but more of a enthusiast to many. While brand loyalty is subjective, I personally believe Kawasaki is the best Japanese sport bike manufacture - PERIOD (only my opinion). I have owned many different brand bikes over the years and many were Kawasaki's (several Ninja 600's, 04 ZX-10 and a 06 ZX-14). My intent was not to be negative about Kawasaki but to share the frustration with the limited information on the H2. I feel that I was caught up on the marketing of the H2R that my expectations may have been higher on the performance numbers for the H2.

Second, as I stated earlier, my posting was not a negative towards Kawasaki. Where did you get a negative comment about Kawasaki? I wanted to share several examples of possibilities that may occur with the H2. The HP4 is the best example since it was originally set to sell only in 2013 and have a limited number of 2000 (or 2500).. The HP4 ended up selling very well for BMW so they extended the model into 2014 and made over 6000. BMW also provided number plates for this limited model. I feel that if Kawasaki has more interest in this bike that they could very well extend orders for 2016.

Last, every dealership is different. There are different zones and regions which the H2 is not selling well. There are three different Kawasaki dealers we worked with through gathering information on the H2. None of the dealers had orders on this bike as of early Dec. Also, I was reading on this forum and others that the US and Canada barely sold 200 (again Rumors but shared information on different forums). Either way, several dealerships in this region were not charging full list.
 

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"Where did you get a negative comment about Kawasaki?"...from your talking about how this bike is gonna be going into production...how 2016 is gonna bring out a reiteration of a new H2....and the exclusivity of this bike will vanish...basically saying...."WE are being ripped off....everything Kawasaki told us is a lie"...that's what your saying.So yeah,I'd say that's pretty negative.Your saying the performance numbers are not in line with the Kawasaki PR.(or at least what you THOUGHT they 'should' be)...you knew going in it wasn't an H2R....so what did you expect?

"Did we really believe that a major Corporation was going to sell just a small amount of bikes for 1 year and lose money on the small production runs"...I ask again..they're ONLY building these per the orders.HOW are they losing money....????

You say..." They will use the feedback from the public on the 15' model to improve upon the bike for 2016. "...your saying that Kawasaki is lying when they told all of us '''here's the bike you've been waiting for...this is it...the only run for this bike...get in now...or get left out".That's what you're saying.Which is another way of saying..."Kawasaki's a bunch of deceiving pricks "...am I getting warm?

I guess Ricky's lying as well...it's all a big farce to sell us knuckleheads some BS motorcycle that was conceived with dishonesty...right?This isn't the only build run for this now outdated bike....it isn't gonna be exclusive...it's gonna severely drop in value in 2016...the power numbers are gonna be lower than expected in the 2015 year of riding...we're paying for Kawasaki's mile high overhead costs....we're being hosed at 25K cause Kawasaki is secretly telling dealers to sell these bikes at LOWER costs to some people just to get rid of em...right?

You say..."Either way, several dealerships in this region were not charging full list."...got a number?You want me to believe you...then lay out some of these dealer's numbers.You know which ones they are...right?I'll call on my dime myself...

This statement right here...."There are different zones and regions which the H2 is not selling well"....what does that mean?.Kawasaki didn't target certain areas to sell these...they sell where they sell...and NOT until someone buys it...they didn't put together a certain amount of bikes and say.."Okay...these ones are for this place or that."...they send em wherever they get ordered from to go,whether it's one bike,or 50.They don't arbitrarily lower the price to sell 'more'.And they certainly don't have a batch of these hand built bikes just sitting there waiting to be bought....

Don't know how you're figuring this stuff out...my dealer himself told me IF he wanted a H2 in his shop...he had to pay the full price...and he's a Kawasaki dealer.AND...his is the ONLY Kawasaki dealership for 200 miles...meaning...his shop is definitely NOT some big dealership..it isn't.If your theory held true...Kawasaki would be offering this bike here for a lower price...so they could 'sell more' here...and make that dealer really popular.

Selling me my H2 was a BIG deal for him...for his dealership.I'm the ONLY H2 buyer he's ever gonna see...now that the deadline has passed....so saying they're lowering the price to sell these bikes doesn't hold water with me....numbers...dealer numbers...so I can call.



I didn't see all of this post when I first joined...especially the latter part...about(or hate)....so I'll stop now....no point in carrying this any further...all are entitled to their own opinions and feelings....

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@thudson I have to agree with you, as I just wrote in the other thread

Even if there is a 2016 model it will be produced in just as limited quantities as the 2015. We're still talking about an ultra exclusive bike. Realistically at $25K I don't see how we can expect any more exclusivity than owners of HP4's and Panigale S or R's...
Price point is the only viable measuring stick we have.

Secondly, are you buying the H2 for its resale value or for its properties as a mental motorbike? If you're buying it because its headbanging insane, enjoy the madness, stop fretting about resale and exclusivity, they will not reach ubiquitous levels as say a ZX or Gixxer.
 

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You guys are probably right with your points here...I most likely just read into things stuff that isn't intended...sorry for the tirade actually...my bad.
We quite like your passion :D>:D (well at least I do;))
 
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I'm not calling any dealers either to find out what they've sold H2's for....I don't care.I sure don't intend to ride my bike feeling resentful.

Thanks for the props Bazza...I'll really try to tone my responses down...I can get carried away sometimes.In truth...if a guy can get his dealer to drop the price...it's all good.

For me..I knew the price going in...and accepted it...without remorse...my choice.I'm good with that.Gonna be a really fun machine...
 

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I don't think it's crazy to say that demand would be different in different parts of country no sure what's so confusing or b.s. About that. This could lead to Lower prices.

Secondly I think your a nice guy but I'm confused about your even dealers pay msrp thing.. You do understand that the dealers make money when they sell a bike so a dealer price wouldn't be the same as msrp. In other words the dealer cost on this thing can't be more than 18-19k. So that's what they paid. Do you think they pay themselves msrp and than what take the extra money they paid themselves ouT the cash register? Or do they just gift the extra money to Kawi??? As I said earlier If you guys didn't put deposits down so fast deals could be found. Profit margins are huge on bikes. Ie '14 R1s are going for 10gs and they are 15k msrp and I'd bet my salary that they STILL make money even at that price. The fact is if a dealer didn't get a deposit for his shop and wanted one what's so hard to believe a discounted price? No offense meant here guys but it's not exactly like anyone couldn't have gotten one, I mean all you needed was 2500 and then you get a few months to come up with the rest.. The thing that kept me from putting down a deposit- I live near one of the few oldest and top performingg dealer. They were invited to the show in Orlando before the bikes release to discuss pricing, well Kawi reps planned a msrp of 30k but the dealers said no way would they sell.myfriend at the meeting said they all told Kawi. O way in **** could it be more than 25k. So basically what I'm saying is they are taking what they can get for it. I think that's its a bit nuts to think the bike that didn't sell great will be brought back another year at the same price to sell slowly..the price will drop. Now this shouldn't bother you guys as you'll have a sweet rare bike, I also decided I like the race bikes. N/a race bike, best mix of speed and handling and I like to see my bike being raced on tv, which we won't see with the h2.. Oh well. On a side note it got me thinking about RGs bike and how it was green, could this be color testing for next years color? Idk just throwing **** against the wall you know. Also did you guys see this article?

New BMW S1000RR: 198bhp on the dyno! | MCN

Pretty impressive for a s1krr, hoping this wakes up the monster and Kawi puts out a nasty new 10r!!
 

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The dealer thing...I can't say what other places have offered...all I'm going by is what MY dealer told me...he has to pay the full retail price...it would be HIS bike...then he does what he wants with it...These bikes are being built one at a time per order...they aren't being built...then sitting at the factory waiting to be 'paid for' or ordered.They won't have any leftovers(meaning...sitting at the Kawasaki facility)...unless someone backs out(at the dealer's showroom)...but I think SOMEONE 'may' possibly order one even now IF someone else has decided to not get one that's been built for that order.I could see that happening.You know...it gets shipped after being built...gets to the shop...guy decides he doesn't want it.Another guy comes in and asks if he can get one...dealer tells him...'maybe THIS one'...I could see it being dropped in price(highly unlikely) depending on where the shop was and if there isn't a demand for it.But WILL Kawasaki accept a price lowering by the dealer?That's the question.They have to contact Kawasaki and ask if they can do that,right?It doesn't look like that price is negotiable with Kawasaki.If it's paid for..then the dealer can charge anything he wants...it's not likely he's gonna sell it for less...seeing he had to pay full price...SOMEBODY has to pay 25K including the deposit.I guess the Kawasaki main office would come and get the bike and send it somewhere else if it didn't get paid for at the dealer past the 30 days...????IDK.Once it's paid for in total...it can sit there forever.There probably will be a couple of guys that decide they don't want it afterall...someone else somewhere wants one...then the dealer ships it over there...it gets paid off full price.I don't know how that would work...but it could be done I think.The deposit?I don't know how that would be handled...there is no refund to the guy who orders it.The dealer wouldn't be stuck losing the 2500.Only the customer.

Reading my Customer Order paperwork...it looks to me like the bike has to be paid off within 30 days.They apparently charge the dealer the deposit...then the customer pays the deposit...KMC then refunds the dealer deposit back to the the dealer...Kawasaki verifies the deposit...bike gets built,shipped and the balance is due within 30 days.I don't know HOW the dealer would be able to lower the price if he had to buy the balance himself?ANYONE can claim the bike if they have the cash.I don't know if I'm making sense with this scenario...It appears to me that the bike HAS to be paid off within 30 days of it getting to the showroom....???

I mean...the price IS 25K including that deposit...that has to be paid by SOMEONE when the bike arrives wherever.And it doesn't get built until the deposit is actually verified by the dealer paying the deposit..he gets charged the deposit..initially... once he contacts Kawasaki about the pending order for the bike.It gets refunded back to him..when the customer deposit is accepted.

Unless there's a payment schedule set up with the customer...it looks to me like the bike has to paid in full within thirty days.There's all kinds of what if scenarios that could happen after the bike gets there....so saying it has to be one way or the other really is kind of meaningless.Yeah...he could wheel and deal the bike...but the 25k has to be paid somehow.


The ordering on this particular bike isn't like anything else for sale in a Kawasaki showroom.I don't think the pricing is flexible with this bike.Not until it's paid for by someone...then it's on them what they charge.Does that make sense?




Can you imagine the fallout if 'some' dealers charged say...22K for this bike(just to 'move it').?maybe they'd do that AFTER the bike was paid for....at the Kawasaki price....but does that seem like something a dealer would do seeing he's in the business to make money...not lose it.Hearing about 'lower prices' on the internet....I just can't believe it.If it can be verified reliably...I'll believe it.
 

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@thudson I have to agree with you, as I just wrote in the other thread



Price point is the only viable measuring stick we have.

Secondly, are you buying the H2 for its resale value or for its properties as a mental motorbike? If you're buying it because its headbanging insane, enjoy the madness, stop fretting about resale and exclusivity, they will not reach ubiquitous levels as say a ZX or Gixxer.



Originally, I planned on updating a bike moving into 2015 for both street and track. There was a lot of talk this fall of the new 2015 models (Pani 1299, R1M, BMW 10000rr changes, and the H2). My original goal was to trade the 1199 R for the new 2015 R or consider the R1M while my friend that owns a HP4 was going to add the H2 to his garage. Our group would get together and discuss all the the new bikes for 2015 but the one that always stood out was the H2. The purchase of this bike is completely different. I will use my current bike exclusively for the track and the H2 will be my street only bike.

3 reasons for choosing the H2 -

Supercharger/HP - not much to be said on this that hasn't been stated earlier except I look forward to the Head Banging Insane power that is locked up in this motor.
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Beautiful Design - Where to start - PAINT - the mirror finish is beautiful. There is nothing out there that compares to this scheme. . SINGLE SWING ARM, TRELLIS STYLE FRAME, AND 5 SPOKE RIM - The design team from Kawa provided something completely different and unique than any of their other previous models let alone their Japanese competitors. They were able to add outside ideas from the Italians to provide that unique look (Augsta's F4 rim design, Ducati single swing arm and trellis frame). FRONT DESIGN - The look of the smaller light with side air ducts provides that one of a kind feel.

Limited Numbers - I was drawn to the short ordering window and limited numbers being made. I plan on owning this machine for years and will ride it like it was built to ride.. I will sell this bike at some point and hopefully the limited numbers will allow me the ease of selling it at any time. I live in the midwest which is seasonal.

This bike is going to be special and I am excited to be a owner. It wasn't my intent to come off negative or bashing Kaw. I will attempt to keep any responses shorter and to the point on future posts. My thoughts that I am attempting to write down does not always read the way it was intended..

Also, I will follow up on the new members topics and sign in properly.

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Yeah...sorry really for going off the way I did...I can interpret thing sometimes a certain way cause I got bashed at one period of time when I gave the 14R it's props.LOTS of bashing...on 14 forum no less.(we all know the reputation of the 14R now).I apologize for slammin you...can't wait till yours gets here and ya get to ride.
 

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Don't know about people buying below the recommended retail price - but a customer has approached me after he missed the ordering deadline (we tried phoning him and emailing him beforehand to warn him he could miss out but he did not respond !) and offered several thousand £ OVER retail to take on the bike I have on order - but the answer was no ....................
 

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SilverbirdH2! We are on the same page! I have a hard time choosing words when writing so it can be easy for my messages to come across differently then what was intended!! It must be my ADHD :).........

I wanted to Thank you and the rest of the group (OKH2, Gofaster, Pebble35, H2R, Bazza, and Turtle1000) for all providing input on this thread! All the discussions surrounding this special one of a kind bike has brought back the excitement and reasons why I purchased it!!

Merry Christmas!!!!!
 

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SilverbirdH2! We are on the same page! I have a hard time choosing words when writing so it can be easy for my messages to come across differently then what was intended!! It must be my ADHD :).........

I wanted to Thank you and the rest of the group (OKH2, Gofaster, Pebble35, H2R, Bazza, and Turtle1000) for all providing input on this thread! All the discussions surrounding this special one of a kind bike has brought back the excitement and reasons why I purchased it!!

Merry Christmas!!!!!



Merry Christmas! and obviously a Happy New Year, once the H2 arrives!
 
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i think they make money on h2 s and I remember hearing that Kawi urged its dealers to sell it at msrp. I find it impossible that they sell it to you guys on your good looks. And please no replys the h2 is so cool they'll sell it for free lol

Thud son no problem my friend and merry Christmas to you! :)
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