See if you can find out who the owner is and contact them to tell them about this site. We would love for as many H2R owners to join in and share their experiences with the H2R.There's an R at my dealer now in the crate.
Will be unpacked and pre-delivered early next week.
I'll try and swing past and get a chassis no.
I believe there are several other US states that have adopted California emission standards in the last few years, so it might be that ... do other models in the dealer have the same sticker?I've been looking at a lot of the pics of people taking delivery of there bikes and noticed that all the pics indicate that the H2 is built with the California Emissions. I'm in TX and according the downloadable manual, the big label on the tank and the label on the swing arm indicate California emissions. My friends bike has those same labels. So, does this mean that all the H2's built are California Emissions Spec?
May I ask the you Ex number(on the frame).I believe there are several other US states that have adopted California emission standards in the last few years, so it might be that ... do other models in the dealer have the same sticker?
It definitely won't be "all the H2's built", because my Canadian-spec bike doesn't have the US compliance labels - it has the Canadian compliance labels, and likewise the EU models will have the EU compliance labels. But it's quite possible that the only differences are the labels and the ECU. It's easier for the manufacturers to make 'em all the same and only change software as needed.
The real question will be whether they all have the California evaporative-emissions charcoal canister. That's something that is usually omitted from non-California models, because that one costs real money. Who has the parts diagram? That would answer this.