I am quit suprise to by those race result (kaw vs bmw) but if you look at the power to weight ratio of these two bike they are almost the same (0.48 vs 0.47). Now let just hope that Brock's stage 2 will save this situation.So I am really really proud of all guys who build up the H2 well but this two videos and few other Videos in WWW let me become angry!
I dont know all specials and datas about that s1000rr but what is wrong with the Hyperbike H2 Stock and tuned... Kawasaki was developed a nice Bike with SC and good promo but BMW and older bikes with modifications are serious in the same level. So what we know riders weight is important and the Bike weight too, so
weight and Power two important thinks to get only one of them is crap!
The stock H2 is a (0-xxxmph) beast but the (ugly)beauty S1rr is stock better and tuned a serious good winner.
I hope Kawasaki noticed this videos and think about this bike weight concept and power politics! A friendly shame on you from me to Kawasaki there is more potential i think
The H2 Rider and the bmw get my respect nice and motivational race !!!
What are you thinking about the races of stock vs stock and tuned vs tuned H2 vs???
What is the solution and what we need what do you think???
My answere is a lightweight but full power bike!!!
Kawasaki is staying with our Money in the backround and says build beyond belief! what shoud we do?
Take this fcking mirror coated tupperware clothing down and give the H2 the carbon diet what she need!!!!
special power Training with ecu and exhaust...
And than go back on the streets with a smile and this very small S1krr in the view of mirrors.
I Love the H2 but on streets i was looking for more honor and glory!
Thanks to all riders all crazy guys like D Ghul and Brocks Performance , Marco from Carbomoto and the other big brains who works on ecuS for support us until we get what we need :an H2 Self build beyond belief full of glory!
My H2 will get the gilles tooling R1 footsystem and some other modifications too so stay tuned for Great parts from gilles tooling....
Yup, started on mini bikes at 10 then dirt bikes (first dirt bike was a 1980 Kawasaki KD100) when I was 13, raced a bit on RM's, YZ's. At 18 years of age bought my first street bike before owning my first car. During the last 30 years (I'm 48) always had at least one street bike, I've owned 20 bikes in that time, 18 of them were at least 1000cc.s. Plus a few quads & more dirt bikes. Some of my favorites from years ago - first street bike in 1985 was a 1984 Honda V65 Magna, then an 85 V65, 86 Ninja 1000R, 87 FZR 1000 (the Ninja & FZR were my transportation year round in college), 89 Harley, 90 Softail, 2004 Ninja 10 R.....I currently own a 2004 Harley Screamin Eagle Electra Glide, A 1993 Heritage Nostalgia (that I bought new 22 years ago) & of course the H2.
The website is a total joke... Obviously the H2 PCV (positive crankcase ventilation) mod wasn't done correctly :laugh:Oh man media and some fanboys...
BMW S1000RR Owns Kawasaki Ninja H2 Again - Video - autoevolution
Are you speaking of honor and glory as in being the top dog or moneys well spent? As far as being top dog, think of the super/hyper car industry. Every super/hyper car out does the next in some form or fashion but then to be beaten by a heavily mod car for just fractions of the cost. Maybe a bad example but you see where I was going?..I Love the H2 but on streets i was looking for more honor and glory!