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Think you can buy H2R parts and throw them on your H2.... think again lol...

NINJA H2™R EXCLUSIVE PARTS ORDERING

Attached is a list of 78 parts for order which are designed specifically for the Ninja H2™R. These
parts are for closed course riding use only and attempting to install on any model other than the
Ninja H2™R may adversely affect the performance, stability and safety of the modified machine.

These specific parts will only be available for order by calling the KMC Parts Order desk at
(800) 608-8490 and providing a signed copy of the customer’s “2015 Ninja H2™R Vehicle
Acknowledgement” form (sample attached) via fax to (877) 608-6287. The vehicle acknowledgement
form must correspond with the KMC registration information on file. Upon receipt and verification of
the qualifying information a Parts Order Service representative will place the dealer order for the
exclusive parts requested.

All non-exclusive parts can be ordered through K-dealer.com. If an exclusive part is ordered on
K-dealer.com a message “CALL ORDER SERVICES 800-608-8490” will appear.

Restricted Ninja H2™R Parts

MODEL PART-NUMBER DESCRIPTION

ZX1000PFF 11056-4452 BRACKET,SOLENOID VALVE

ZX1000PFF 11056-7050 BRACKET

ZX1000PFF 11065-0892 CAP

ZX1000PFF 13187-0025 PLATE-CLUTCH OPERATING

ZX1000PFF 13280-0819 HOLDER,FR

ZX1000PFF 13280-0820 HOLDER,RR

ZX1000PFF 13280-0825 HOLDER

ZX1000PFF 13280-0834 HOLDER

ZX1000PFF 14001-0652 SET-CRANKCASE

ZX1000PFF 14073-0807 DUCT,RAM AIR,FR,CFRP

ZX1000PFF 14073-0808-53F DUCT

ZX1000PFF 16163-0847 THROTTLE-ASSY

ZX1000PFF 18088-1000 PIPE-EXHAUST,#1

ZX1000PFF 18088-1249 PIPE-EXHAUST,#2

ZX1000PFF 18088-1250 PIPE-EXHAUST,#3

ZX1000PFF 18088-1251 PIPE-EXHAUST,#4

ZX1000PFF 18091-0948 BODY-COMP-MUFFLER

ZX1000PFF 21175-0965 CONTROL UNIT-ELECTRONIC

ZX1000PFF 32099-0764 CASE,RESONATOR,CFRP

ZX1000PFF 35063-1278 STAY,MUFFLER BODY

ZX1000PFF 39178-0235 MANIFOLD-COMP-EXHAUST

ZX1000PFF 49040-0741 PUMP-FUEL

ZX1000PFF 49118-0819 CAMSHAFT-COMP,INTAKE

ZX1000PFF 49118-0820 CAMSHAFT-COMP,EXHAUST

ZX1000PFF 59081-0282 MANIFOLD-EXHAUST,4-2 JOINT,RH

ZX1000PFF 59081-0283 MANIFOLD-EXHAUST,2-1 JOINT

ZX1000PFF 59081-0284 MANIFOLD-EXHAUST,4-2 JOINT,RH

ZX1000PFF 92005-0776 FITTING

ZX1000PFF 92066-0823 PLUG

ZX1000PFF 92066-0824 PLUG



ZX1000PFF 92071-0743 GROMMET

ZX1000PFF 92071-0751 GROMMET

ZX1000PFF 92093-0622 SEAL

ZX1000PFF 92093-0623 SEAL,COWLING,LH

ZX1000PFF 92093-0624 SEAL,COWLING,RH

ZX1000PFF 92145-1635 SPRING

ZX1000PFF 92145-1636 SPRING

ZX1000PFF 92192-1395 TUBE,BREATHER

ZX1000PFF 92192-1426 TUBE,DRAIN

ZX1000PFF 11056-7100 BRACKET,RELAY BRKT.,LWR

ZX1000PFF 11056-7175 BRACKET,RR WHEEL SPEED SENSOR

ZX1000PFF 11056-7378 BRACKET,HARNESS CONNECTOR

ZX1000PFF 11065-0920 CAP,WATERPROOF

ZX1000PFF 13272-1935 PLATE,RR FENDER COVER

ZX1000PFF 14093-0315 COVER

ZX1000PFF 14093-0316 COVER

ZX1000PFF 23062-0844 BRACKET-COMP,RELAY BOX

ZX1000PFF 23062-0845 BRACKET-COMP,RELAY BRKT.,UPP

ZX1000PFF 26031-1907 HARNESS,MAIN

ZX1000PFF 39154-0350 WINDSHIELD

ZX1000PFF 39156-1900 PAD,20X30X24

ZX1000PFF 39156-1903 PAD,30X30X15

ZX1000PFF 41009-0609 TIRE,FR,120/600R17,V01F

ZX1000PFF 41009-0610 TIRE,RR,190/650R17,V01R

ZX1000PFF 42041-0153 SPROCKET-HUB,42T

ZX1000PFF 45014-0513-52B SHOCK ABSORBER,SPG G.B.GREEN

ZX1000PFF 46091-0320 HOUSING-ASSY-CONTROL,LH

ZX1000PFF 55056-5299-53F COWLING-ASSY,UPP,R.CARBON

ZX1000PFF 56030-0926 LABEL,DISCLAIMER

ZX1000PFF 56033-0847 LABEL-MANUAL,CHAIN

ZX1000PFF 56053-0918 LABEL-SPECIFICATION,TIRE&LOAD

ZX1000PFF 56054-1784 MARK,SIDE COVER,H2R

ZX1000PFF 56071-0557 LABEL-WARNING,IMPORTANT

ZX1000PFF 56075-0439 PATTERN,UPP COWL.,LH,UPP

ZX1000PFF 56075-0440 PATTERN,UPP COWL.,LH,LWR

ZX1000PFF 56075-0441 PATTERN,UPP COWL.,RH,UPP

ZX1000PFF 56075-0442 PATTERN,UPP COWL.,RH,LWR

ZX1000PFF 59437-0015 STABILIZER,WING,LH,CFRP

ZX1000PFF 59437-0016 STABILIZER,WING,RH,CFRP

ZX1000PFF 59437-0017 STABILIZER,LH,CFRP

ZX1000PFF 59437-0018 STABILIZER,RH,CFRP

ZX1000PFF 702A06140 TUBE-RUBBER,6X9X140

ZX1000PFF 702A06330 TUBE-RUBBER,6X9X330

ZX1000PFF 702A06470 TUBE-RUBBER,6X9X470

ZX1000PFF 92057-0636 CHAIN,DRIVE,EK525RMXZ/3DX116L

ZX1000PFF 99924-1494-01 SERVICE MANUAL,ZX1000PFF

ZX1000PFF 99987-1849 OWNER’S MANUAL,ZX1000PFF

ZX1000PFF 99994-0673 KIT-ACCESSORY,JOINT EX. PIPE
 

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Kinda blows that "8 part numbers different" theory out of the water...:(

Notice the head gasket or pistons/rods are not on that list.... I wonder how the compression ratio is different then.... could they have made the cylinder deck higher?
 

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Yup must be...that's not so good...:crying:
There will be ways around it though, thicker head gasket, custom pistons.... also its only what .2 difference in compression? Just have Guhl Motors pull a little more timing and you will be alright lol....

One more thing to keep in mind is the fuel pumps flow different volumes as well, may need to upgrade the pumps possibly to keep up with the fuel demand.
 

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Notice the head gasket or pistons/rods are not on that list.... I wonder how the compression ratio is different then.... could they have made the cylinder deck higher?

I guess if you want to buy a head gasket that will lower the compression, Kawasaki is fine with that. I can't imagine they would have used a different block, head, or piston to lower compression when a slightly thicker gasket is such an easy fix.


Wonder how Kawasaki will handle an H2R owner who buys a replacement muffler four months in a row?
 
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I guess if you want to buy a head gasket that will lower the compression, Kawasaki is fine with that. I can't imagine they would have used a different block, head, or piston to lower compression when a slightly thicker gasket is such an easy fix.


Wonder how Kawasaki will handle an H2R owner who buys a replacement muffler four months in a row?
I wouldnt have thought that either.... I wonder why the H2 and the H2R have different crank cases, I'd imagaine maybe they beefed them up a little more? The crank, rods, pistons, and bearings are all the same, but the crankcases are different for sure.

Maybe they did one run of cases and it had slightly lower compression so they stuck those with the H2R's and the rest went to the H2's.... no idea!
 

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There will be ways around it though, thicker head gasket, custom pistons.... also its only what .2 difference in compression? Just have Guhl Motors pull a little more timing and you will be alright lol....

One more thing to keep in mind is the fuel pumps flow different volumes as well, may need to upgrade the pumps possibly to keep up with the fuel demand.
Yah the .2 is nothing to worry about...just makes you wonder why they did it that way?

The fuel pump is the only thing that concerned me. Was hoping Brock/Don would be able to help us out down the road...
 

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Yah the .2 is nothing to worry about...just makes you wonder why they did it that way?

The fuel pump is the only thing that concerned me. Was hoping Brock/Don would be able to help us out down the road...

I'm sure one of them will come up with something, I am willing to bet you can squeeze in a walbro 255 in there no problem.
 

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Well then, so much for hoping to get H2R parts from a list like this. Just won't be nearly as easy to get them now.
 

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To me a scary one is the Throttle Assembly.

If that means the throttle bodies are different, then it's sad news...

I really wonder about the crankcase though... what on earth could have prompted them to make a specific one? It doesn't sound right.
 

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The slightest difference, no matter how trivial, will prompt a part number change.

As someone else had suggested, what's not on that list tells us a lot.

That the head gasket is not different but the crankcases are, but none of the main internal parts are different ... I would wager that the H2R has a slightly different deck height and that's why the compression ratio is different but it's also why the crankcases are a different part number. The difference in compression ratio could be accounted for by a difference in deck height of approx 0.20 - 0.25 mm. In practice, at the factory, all it takes to do that is one different parameter in the CNC program ...

None of the supercharger components are on that list.

The tires ARE on that list!

It is quite possible that the throttle bodies are a different part number because the injectors are different. Kawasaki considers that whole assembly to be one part (always has). That doesn't stop people from swapping injectors ... they are more-or-less standardised components.

Likewise with the fuel pump. If the OEM parts don't have enough margin, we'll find something that does.

I suspect that once Mr Guhl gets one of these bikes on a dyno, he will find out what the real meaningful hardware limitations are.
 

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I'm with you on that!

As far as injectors go they are the same part numbers as well. The throttle bodies could also have just a set of vacuum lines routed a different way or something as well.... who knows!!!
 

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The slightest difference, no matter how trivial, will prompt a part number change.

As someone else had suggested, what's not on that list tells us a lot.

That the head gasket is not different but the crankcases are, but none of the main internal parts are different ... I would wager that the H2R has a slightly different deck height and that's why the compression ratio is different but it's also why the crankcases are a different part number. The difference in compression ratio could be accounted for by a difference in deck height of approx 0.20 - 0.25 mm. In practice, at the factory, all it takes to do that is one different parameter in the CNC program ...
That seems bang on to me.

I'm sat here waiting for the phone to ring and go and open crate with photographer on hand and van to remove crate to make a bar out of it. Not best pleased about the crank differences. I was under the impression Kawasaki had made it "easy" for us to upgrade by building this factor into the head gasket.

My cards being swiped for $32,804.59 ( £22,000 ) today.

Still in love with this bike but I won't lie,,, I'm puckering up a bit. :eek:
 

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Given the restrictions on H2R parts, it's interesting that anyone (H2/H2R owner or not) can look up the part number for the 'Rivermark' logo and stick it on their own bike.

I might have expected this to be restricted to protect it's exclusivity.
 

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Given the restrictions on H2R parts, it's interesting that anyone (H2/H2R owner or not) can look up the part number for the 'Rivermark' logo and stick it on their own bike.

I might have expected this to be restricted to protect it's exclusivity.
So anyone can order and receive the Rivermark logo? That is interesting.
 
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