"Current mods on the market" are capable of blowing up the engine in seconds. One "current mod on the market" is any of the tuning options that allow reprogramming of the ECU (ANY of them). Set the rev limit arbitrarily high ... kaboom. Set the fuel delivery arbitrarily lean under load ... kaboom. Set the ignition timing too far advanced ... kaboom. No need to even change any hardware.That's what I'm talking about. How long it will last with current mods in the market.
Thanks for answering my question 👍We have had many 250-270 RWHP H2's, using only bolt-on parts and good fuel, run without fail since the bikes were introduced.
650Ib's 2016 H2 gets the **** beat out of it, makes great power (over 200 MPH with his big ass in the saddle), has never missed a beat and has around 8K miles to date.
We have a few 290-300 HP units operating, but the reliability curve is not updated properly, due to the low-milage use of the machines.
Excellent post, unfortunately I highly doubt he will even use any of that information. All this guy cares about is someone saying 250whp will last 20,000 miles, and 300whp will 10,000 miles!If you don't want to blow it up ... leave it stock. It already makes more than enough power.
If you insist on tinkering ... an intercooler should be your first mod.
Don't be too aggressive with raising the rev limit.
Don't be too aggressive with ignition timing. More boost will want LESS ignition timing advance.
Don't be too aggressive with leaning it out. This is NOT a normally aspirated engine.
Your riding patterns will be the main determiner of how long it lasts.