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Nice post! ...did anyone else notice at 2:50 the H2 pipe one tube is blue and the rest are not seems odd.
 

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Didn't notice that...it WAS cold there apparently when they stated em up...the H2 is blowing a LOT of condensation.Perhaps the sensors are compensating for the conditions?I HOPE no one is gonna take this observation as ''Something's wrong with this bike"...

the H2R doesn't have that flow canister in there...that may be all it is...start up exhaust flow in these ambient conditions.At the beginning you can clearly see that blue pipe.Plus look at how that first guy is dressed...high collar and gear.It WAS a cold day.
I haven't seen anything remotely looking like that in any other vids..Indonesia is a milder region...isn't it?Nothing like German cold.
 

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Its in Hamburg in December 2014 was a H2/H2R tour in Germany at Kawa Dealers.

The exhaust of the h2r on the h2... I Hope so;)
 
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So many teasers and video clips. Can't wait to see it in real life and to get to ride one as well. I'm hoping it will show up at the Toronto motorcycle show this month.
 

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So many teasers and video clips. Can't wait to see it in real life and to get to ride one as well. I'm hoping it will show up at the Toronto motorcycle show this month.
My dealer told me it will be at the Toronto show... I really hope so too...
 

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Its at the Kawasaki Motors europe (Germany) settlement

Only the learned mechanics have the official Kawa license to work at dealers workshops on our black mirror queens
 

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Yup, seeing other H2's pop up on the new while still patiently waiting for yours definitely doesn't help at all, only makes it worse :D
Perhaps I'm a "gutton for punishment" but I prefer to have the videos in the meantime while I wait for my H2... keep them coming! :)

Those who find that watching them "only makes it worse" can simply choose to ignore them... but I don't think they will! >:D
 

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My dealer came through my cashier line today.I thought for a moment he was gonna tell me 'she's here'.Nope,not today.BUT,I asked him about the training for the H2 at his shop...whether his guys would be able to work on mine.He said...Yup...no problem.I also said.."you don't HAVE to wait for me to be there to uncrate it...you guys can go ahead without me".He said..."No way...you're gonna be there";)

Guess I just get a tad bit 'concerned' about them scratching it,or wiping the shipping dust off of her.I bought a very high quality micro fiber towel specifically for this deal.I'd hate to have em assume something like a shop towel would be fine.This paint as we know is NOT repairable.You scratch it or something(deep enough)...it's history.Even have to be cautious how it's cleaned off and buffed out.Too much buffing and such can actually dull the clearcoat.Mild soap and water,and fresh water rinse.Followed by a light drying action.Maybe a heat dryer for detailing's in order on that?

My Kawi's have either been green,or the Candy plasma blue,or the silver.Clearcoat swirls and such don't show well with those.But on THIS bike,they will.
 

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...Guess I just get a tad bit 'concerned' about them scratching it,or wiping the shipping dust off of her.I bought a very high quality micro fiber towel specifically for this deal.I'd hate to have em assume something like a shop towel would be fine.This paint as we know is NOT repairable.You scratch it or something(deep enough)...it's history.Even have to be cautious how it's cleaned off and buffed out.Too much buffing and such can actually dull the clearcoat.Mild soap and water,and fresh water rinse.Followed by a light drying action.Maybe a heat dryer for detailing's in order on that?

My Kawi's have either been green,or the Candy plasma blue,or the silver.Clearcoat swirls and such don't show well with those.But on THIS bike,they will.
I don't know what they used on the H2 at the bike shows but while watching the videos, if you look for scratches, the bike on display has plenty of them... just what we need, a "scratch magnet." :(
 

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My dealer came through my cashier line today.I thought for a moment he was gonna tell me 'she's here'.Nope,not today.BUT,I asked him about the training for the H2 at his shop...whether his guys would be able to work on mine.He said...Yup...no problem.I also said.."you don't HAVE to wait for me to be there to uncrate it...you guys can go ahead without me".He said..."No way...you're gonna be there";)
You're lucky beacause my dealer said me he couldn't repair it! I need to go to the Kawasaki France for reparation ! By luck It's not far for my home :D
But perhaps in the future the Kawasaki France will become a mechanic academy like in Gernay !!! Because I don't think all H2's owner are going perhaps 500 km ( 310 miles) to repair theirs bikes >:D
 

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Oh Guys every Kawa Dealer around the World get this course of studies for the mechanics.
Why Its called Academy? I dont Know

Taking a vacation in Germany ..NOT

But the Autobahn and Nürburgring are great for the H2s so think about it ✌
 
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