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would be very keen to be one of the owner too. Lim, can you advise where you got it and how much was it? Can PM me if not convenient to reveal. thanks ..

 

Got mine via HL Cycle. Price is about $5*,*** OTR. There are only 6 in SG for now. As far as I know, most are booked already way before it arrived in our shores.

 

Quoted from Kawasaki's official website :

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ORDERING DETAILS

 

RESERVE THE NINJA H2â„¢

 

The Kawasaki Ninja H2 is a limited-release production motorcycle, available for a short time. To reserve the world's only supercharged production streetbike, complete an order form and make a deposit at your local authorized Kawasaki dealer no later than April 21, 2015. Reservations are taken on a first-come first-served basis and are secured only with a deposit.*

 

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So I wonder how many more will arrive on the 2nd shipment, which might be the last delivery.

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WTH 55k OTR.. Why not get an italy bike, rich peeps?

17 Nov 2011 - April 2013, NSR150 SP

12 June 2013 - 23 Jan 2015, CBR400RRR

23 February 2015 - 29 February 2016, YZF R6 2006

12 March 2016 - 12 May 2017, CBR1000RR05

July 2017 - Jan 2019, YZF R1 2008/CBF150

 

Aug 2019 - Current SYM Joyride 200

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WTH 55k OTR.. Why not get an italy bike, rich peeps?

 

My current ride is a Ducati. Ive ridden around the Panigale 1199, BMW S1000RR, Aprilia RSV4 etc. I'm impressed with these continentals, but the feeling on the H2 is totally different, especially when the supercharge kicks in. Adding on its mirror paintwork etc, totally the best for now!

 

Some would say, why not go for the 2015 R1? :lol:

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My current ride is a Ducati. Ive ridden around the Panigale 1199, BMW S1000RR, Aprilia RSV4 etc. I'm impressed with these continentals, but the feeling on the H2 is totally different, especially when the supercharge kicks in. Adding on its mirror paintwork etc, totally the best for now!

 

Some would say, why not go for the 2015 R1? :lol:

 

Cool to know it has arrive SG land, will try to spot one on the road, , would you mind to share some pic of your beauty with us here?

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Cool to know it has arrive SG land, will try to spot one on the road, , would you mind to share some pic of your beauty with us here?

 

Using HP now, let's see if the photo can be uploaded successfully..

 

Anyway all the H2 are still at respective bikeshops. Waiting for LTA's green light to begin registration. If any of you wanna take a look, just drop by HL Cycle. It will be there. :thumb:

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here's a photo when i went to test ride around the shop premises...

 

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rich man o_O

17 Nov 2011 - April 2013, NSR150 SP

12 June 2013 - 23 Jan 2015, CBR400RRR

23 February 2015 - 29 February 2016, YZF R6 2006

12 March 2016 - 12 May 2017, CBR1000RR05

July 2017 - Jan 2019, YZF R1 2008/CBF150

 

Aug 2019 - Current SYM Joyride 200

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WTH 55k OTR.. Why not get an italy bike, rich peeps?

 

......because none of them has a supercharger perhaps.....?

 

put this way. i know italians are special, but it is impossible to describe in words why it is special, and therefore impossible to properly explain to anyone why you'd pay 50k for a limited-spec italian instead of a generic 30k japanese when on paper nothing explains the 20k difference. i'd still want the italian though obviously.

 

Why spend 50k on a kawa H2? coz its the only bike with a supercharger and thats how much it costs to develop and build a modern supercharged bike, and now i can probably out-accelerate anything road-legal anywhere, not to mention induce a hard-on with every full throttle. worth 50k?

 

hell i'd have no counter to that man.

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It's true: it's more fun to ride a slow bike fast than to ride a fast bike slow. Admittedly, though... It is MOST fun to ride a fast bike fast!

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......because none of them has a supercharger perhaps.....?

 

put this way. i know italians are special, but it is impossible to describe in words why it is special, and therefore impossible to properly explain to anyone why you'd pay 50k for a limited-spec italian instead of a generic 30k japanese when on paper nothing explains the 20k difference. i'd still want the italian though obviously.

 

Why spend 50k on a kawa H2? coz its the only bike with a supercharger and thats how much it costs to develop and build a modern supercharged bike, and now i can probably out-accelerate anything road-legal anywhere, not to mention induce a hard-on with every full throttle. worth 50k?

 

hell i'd have no counter to that man.

 

Bingo! You made a better explanation than me. Many told me why would I wanna pay $50k++ for a Japanese brand. They're definitely missing the point. Sometimes you gotta look at the overall specs, not just the brand. :thumb:

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Here's a photo when I went to test ride around the shop premises...

 

[ATTACH=CONFIG]322246[/ATTACH]

 

Swee!!! :thumb: Does it sound loud idling and when it unleash the supercharged beast?

http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f299/Hayasniper/Ranking/sc_cover.jpg

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Know The Rules Before You Play The Game,

Beat It If You Can't Afford To Lose.

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Bingo! You made a better explanation than me. Many told me why would I wanna pay $50k++ for a Japanese brand. They're definitely missing the point. Sometimes you gotta look at the overall specs, not just the brand. :thumb:

Look at the HP explain no further. :thirsty:

http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f299/Hayasniper/Ranking/sc_cover.jpg

http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f299/Hayasniper/Ranking/vip.gif

 

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Beat It If You Can't Afford To Lose.

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To the owners of the 6 H2s, congrats dudes. You guys will be the focus of all the bikers here when you are on the road. Even the naysayers will give a quick glance. Just enjoy your ride and be safe.

 

Thanks Manbai! What worries me most is where to park the bike whenever I head out! :lol:

 

Swee!!! :thumb: Does it sound loud idling and when it unleash the supercharged beast?

 

Idling wise sounds normal. Its when you rev above 4000 rpm onwards. That's when you can hear the bird chirping sound from the supercharger. When you engine brake, it will churn out the chirping sound too. That sound is what money can't buy on other bikes.. legally.. for now I would say. :lol:

 

Click on the link video to hear what Im talking about! The bird chirping!

 

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when i first read about the chirping sound, i couldn't believe it: the chirping is the supercharger's impeller spinning at 100,000rpm and breaking the speed of sound. crazy engineering.

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It's true: it's more fun to ride a slow bike fast than to ride a fast bike slow. Admittedly, though... It is MOST fun to ride a fast bike fast!

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when i first read about the chirping sound, i couldn't believe it: the chirping is the supercharger's impeller spinning at 100,000rpm and breaking the speed of sound. crazy engineering.

 

I can't wait to rev my bike next to an Ah Beng in his souped up WRX/Civic/Evo & see his facial expression. :lol:

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Actually this was my next upgrade, but I gave up now.

17 Nov 2011 - April 2013, NSR150 SP

12 June 2013 - 23 Jan 2015, CBR400RRR

23 February 2015 - 29 February 2016, YZF R6 2006

12 March 2016 - 12 May 2017, CBR1000RR05

July 2017 - Jan 2019, YZF R1 2008/CBF150

 

Aug 2019 - Current SYM Joyride 200

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Why would you?

 

I'm NSF enrolling for uni studies soon.

17 Nov 2011 - April 2013, NSR150 SP

12 June 2013 - 23 Jan 2015, CBR400RRR

23 February 2015 - 29 February 2016, YZF R6 2006

12 March 2016 - 12 May 2017, CBR1000RR05

July 2017 - Jan 2019, YZF R1 2008/CBF150

 

Aug 2019 - Current SYM Joyride 200

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Hi Ah Wan , I also conti rider.. now wanna off load my GSA to go green hahhaah

Italian being Italian , just another Italian , but H2 ...this is engineering at its best for this era..

 

seeing the youtube clips of the H2 acceleration when the supercharger kicks in... OMG

 

calling up tmr to check how much installment left for my current bike..

VAR-A

Varadero Adventure Riders-Asia

 

V1KINGS

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I can't wait to rev my bike next to an Ah Beng in his souped up WRX/Civic/Evo & see his facial expression. :lol:

 

Not many a cager can chase down a H2 with the right rider :). Not even with as much money put into the car to buy the H2 :p

 

The H2 will be insane. Period.

 

As far as the rest of the continentals, I believe its special but not that special.

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Thanks Manbai! What worries me most is where to park the bike whenever I head out! :lol:

 

 

 

Idling wise sounds normal. Its when you rev above 4000 rpm onwards. That's when you can hear the bird chirping sound from the supercharger. When you engine brake, it will churn out the chirping sound too. That sound is what money can't buy on other bikes.. legally.. for now I would say. :lol:

 

Click on the link video to hear what Im talking about! The bird chirping!

 

I guess there will be jealous people who will fiddle with the bike

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Thanks Manbai! What worries me most is where to park the bike whenever I head out! :lol:

 

 

 

Idling wise sounds normal. Its when you rev above 4000 rpm onwards. That's when you can hear the bird chirping sound from the supercharger. When you engine brake, it will churn out the chirping sound too. That sound is what money can't buy on other bikes.. legally.. for now I would say. :lol:

 

You can always decat :oops:

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