Welcome! Congrats on the bike. Stock its definitely like wrestling with a black bear but there's a angry Kodiak Brown bear in there growling to be unleashed with a few bolt ons.I'm sorry for the delayed response, I'm new to this forum thing! This was the tire at around 600 miles, and again at 1200 miles. Definitely feels like wrestling a bear at full tilt!
Where are the green decals ?Much appreciated gents! The power of the H2 is wildly different than the S1000RR... Not very many bikes give you the sensation the H2 gives ya, but the S1000RR is still a much more accomplished track toy. I don't care though, the power of the H2 is absolutely intoxicating to say the least. 1,200 miles on her and I already need a new rear tire from just riding it and zero stunts (occasional power wheelie).
Congrats man on the H2! And very nice BMW. The H2's power is unreal and I love the ride for sure.... I've been doing everything there is to do to get my speedy girl on a diet >. She's down to 448lbs with no fuel. But the left and right transissions are still not close to my ZX10R. My 10r's down to 374 lbs dry.... And I'm still looking for some more savings on my H.... But when you think about it she's not intended to be a track girl anyways.....so enjoy her for what she is! A crazy sexy girl with a need for speedThe BMW corners MUCH better due to the weight advantage over the H2, so you're able to carry more speed and get on the throttle much earlier in a road racing scenario. However, the H2 is still very very stock so I'm hoping to change that soon!