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Oh it for sure is adding some to the MSRP. It was dirty of them to only offer the bike with the fanciest paint job. I'm sure some people would have liked a simpler paint job at a bit lower price. This bike isn't for people looking to save money though.
 

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Oh it for sure is adding some to the MSRP. It was dirty of them to only offer the bike with the fanciest paint job. I'm sure some people would have liked a simpler paint job at a bit lower price. This bike isn't for people looking to save money though.

Instead, I would have preferred the H2 to have standard paint but with electronic suspension like the Yamaha 2015 R1M.

Maybe in the 2016 H2 version.
 

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I haven't really read anything about electric suspension. Car to elaborate at all? What makes it so good?
From 2015 Yamaha YZF-R1M Features & Benefits :

"The R1M features a highly advanced Öhlins Electronic Racing Suspension. The Suspension Control Unit receives data from the Inertial Measurement Unit, which communicates vehicle speed, attitude, lean angle, acceleration and brake pressure, then adjusts the front and rear compression as well as rebound damping for optimum suspension performance. The system comes with two modes. “Automatic” mode continuously adjusts rebound and compression damping as you ride providing ideal damping force for the track or the street and can be fine tuned to the riders needs. The “manual” mode allows riders to fine tune to the settings they choose then holds these settings while riding." :nerd:

Will be most interested to see how well the 2015 R1M will rank in the eventual Shoot-Outs... the electronic suspension is sure to be commented on.
 

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hey guys i have a h2 the problem is that it fell and my fairings got scratched how do i find the paint to spray paint them or at least have a look a like paint
these fairing cost alot of money to purchase only for a scratch
 

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If the scratch only scuffed the clear coat, it should be repairable but the repair process must not go through the clear coat. If the scratch is deep enough to go through the base coat, or if there is an oops during clear coat repair, it is not repairable. Option 1, replace parts. Option 2, repaint the whole bike with something conventional (bye-bye resale value). Option 3 get the whole bike wrapped, over your oops.
 

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The video only showed the tank. Can we assume that the rest of the bodywork has the same treatment, hand sprayed and flatted down by craftsmen?
 
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