Equally interesting is the way the H2 and H2R were developed. Instead of building a hot rod that was streetable, and then amping that up to racetrack level, KHI did the opposite. They focused on building the bike they could build if there were absolutely no restrictions, no regulations, and it wasn't until that was done that they then embarked on making a street legal version.
"Tools and AccessoriesThe write up seems to imply that the bike 'might' come with 'race stands'. The H2R will for sure, it's not really clear on the H2
It's also interesting that if you get service done at the dealership that they can see what your top speed has been. I'd rather keep that information to myself.