Here is the main issue with the dyno. So lets say it comes out 175, which I'm sure it will do. Then they will say there is nothing wrong, 175 is the number they said was just fine. No, I want them to say it is not okay. The guy going for a ride has ridden many H2s and works on their race team.Ted, I still feel the only way you are going to get solid data is to run it up on a dyno.
If it’s doing around 195-205 bhp then it’s fine and your electronics are keeping you on the ground (or are not disabling correctly) If it’s doing much less then you have an engine output problem.
To be honest I’m amazed you’ve not done this after all this time, especially after all the phone calls and questions on the board...
If it were mine and I felt that strongly, I’d ride as far as it took to get it checked independently and obtain solid data to take back to Kawasaki.
I’m not the only forum member to suggest this!
In my opinion asking some guy to take it for a ride isn’t going to give you the answer you clearly need, if he says “it’s fine” then what?
Hopefully he says it’s not fine and you get a result but most manufacturers defend their products until proven otherwise.
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