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Video of this H2R has been posted before. It shows a speedo reading, not an accurate trapped speed.

If you deduct the 7% error which all speedo's have it's about 360 km/h - a more realistic 223 mph or 4mph faster than Brock's H2 went at the Ohio Mile last year.
 

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Video of this H2R has been posted before. It shows a speedo reading, not an accurate trapped speed.

If you deduct the 7% error which all speedo's have it's about 360 km/h - a more realistic 223 mph or 4mph faster than Brock's H2 went at the Ohio Mile last year.
It was recorded using GPS at 219 mph. There was originally a longer version of the video that showed the actual recorded speed, on a laptop.

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^That is correct! Their data log showed 351kmhr gps'd
 

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It was recorded using GPS at 219 mph. There was originally a longer version of the video that showed the actual recorded speed, on a laptop.

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Thanks, my assumption was more or less correct. Personally I'd choose an H2 with the Brock's kit, or similar, for a stronger engine at lower revs and the same top speed but half the price, also a bike which you can use on the road.
 
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