i think its verry nice
they just want to show what they are capable of
thats just my opinion
i also know it wont help mutch but ... thats the way is it
it will be a **** of a mashine and it wil look verry nice
by the way ... this is the h2r ... so what the normal h2 will look like stays a mistery till intermot germany
You would figure that the stabilizer is there for a reason and not just for show. That means that this bike must need the stabilizer when its going at top speeds.Still, the stabilizer solution is a really rare one in the street bike segment, and even MotoGP prototypes are not using it but very rarely.
Ducati had wings on the Desmo GP10 a few years back. Some said it was for wheelie control, but agreed, bollocks. For real I think the wings MAY serve in a cooling capacity, its easy to assume the blower is going to run HOT.I have another one coming: If they are trying to sell those wings as "anti-wheelie" devices to help keep the front tire down I'm going to laugh my ass off. Those small fins won't do anything on a 230-300 HP bike with a short wheel base. It will still wheelie its wheels off.
I hope the Kawasaki "engineers" don't try to be smarter than the whole MotoGP industry or assume that the potential buyers are stupid.
Ducati had wings on the Desmo GP10 a few years back. Some said it was for wheelie control, but agreed, bollocks. For real I think the wings MAY serve in a cooling capacity, its easy to assume the blower is going to run HOT.
Or It could be for aero affect, push the air out and around the rider?