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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!

 

 

Sounds like the BOV of a turbo machine :D

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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..

 

The chirping sound was the ultimate reason why I wanted the H2. :thumb:

It's so orgasmic that I dont want my aftermarket exhaust to be too loud.

 

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.

 

You are right. Even the Ducati Panigale Superleggera 1199 ($140,000) is special but not as special as the Kawasaki H2.

 

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

 

Should I call Certis Cisco & see if they provide security services? :lol:

 

Sounds like the BOV of a turbo machine :D

 

100% pure orgasmic. :faint:

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Hi Guys, Congrats to those ordered the H2. Feel thats indeed a nice supercharge bike.

 

Hi Ah Wan, whats the damage for the insurance?

 

Thanks Gabbie Jazz! Well insurance is just the same like any Kawasaki 1000cc sportsbike. :)

 

should see the video on the H2 rape the CBR1000

 

Yet to see the video. Only saw the one that the H2 raped ZX10-R. :lol:

 

Congrats new H2 owner. Let me know when there is a meet up, would like to be mesmerised by one.

 

Thanks iamdaman! If all the 6 H2 do organise a meet-up, I can bet TP officers will be watching this thread closely. :lol:

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Saw the bike at HL cycle last week, drooling :slurp: but then non pillion friendly on this bike?

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Hey there, great to hear your bike. I think i saw it at HL cycles couple weeks back when i went to purchase some parts from Uniquemotors.

 

I got a S1000RR recently, drop me a PM if you are interested for a kopi/supper session. Just chit chat session, free to invite other passionate riders too.

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Yeap, strictly one seater. Finally registered mine yesterday. Time to hit the streets! :)

 

Just saw your bike still in HL cycle today, when will it be on the street? ;)

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Hey there, great to hear your bike. I think i saw it at HL cycles couple weeks back when i went to purchase some parts from Uniquemotors.

 

I got a S1000RR recently, drop me a PM if you are interested for a kopi/supper session. Just chit chat session, free to invite other passionate riders too.

 

Just saw your bike still in HL cycle today, when will it be on the street? ;)

 

Actually it will be at HL Cycle everyday because I'm working there. Hahaha!

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Nice bike but not suitable to be a daily bike.

 

pretty much applies to any class 2 sportsbike, from italian to japanese, from 600cc to litre. then again, who buys a class 2 sportsbike for practicality? i certainly didn't.

 

I figure maintenance and parts availability going to be a nightmare.

 

maintenance cost is relative to one's income. i can't afford the maintenance of a ferrari, but for some high-earners its nothing. it is pointless to place any judgement on cost for objects of passion, because it is all relative.

 

and parts, well after owning a class 2 sportsbike, i realize that barring an accident where you need to replace model-specific parts, generally for ordinary maintenance and wear and tear you never have a problem with parts availability because so much of a bike's general maintenance uses generic parts. tires? chain? filters? bulbs? nno problems on any of these.

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Yes of course, riding class 2 bikes is never justifiable as a daily ride. I know that cause I have been and are still riding class 2 bikes for many years and is clocking like only 5km daily or something just park it at home. I understand it more of a lifestyle.

 

Actually I am more concern about how the supercharger will stand up to the low speed riding locally in long run, which is the maintenance portion. And when I said parts availability, I mean able to source it locally with ease. This is the current problem I am facing when I changed to my current Kawa ride.

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Yes of course, riding class 2 bikes is never justifiable as a daily ride. I know that cause I have been and are still riding class 2 bikes for many years and is clocking like only 5km daily or something just park it at home. I understand it more of a lifestyle.

 

Actually I am more concern about how the supercharger will stand up to the low speed riding locally in long run, which is the maintenance portion. And when I said parts availability, I mean able to source it locally with ease. This is the current problem I am facing when I changed to my current Kawa ride.

Ride on weekends where there are less jams. Can prolong the bike life, especially class 2 bikes

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Yes of course, riding class 2 bikes is never justifiable as a daily ride. I know that cause I have been and are still riding class 2 bikes for many years and is clocking like only 5km daily or something just park it at home. I understand it more of a lifestyle.

 

Actually I am more concern about how the supercharger will stand up to the low speed riding locally in long run, which is the maintenance portion. And when I said parts availability, I mean able to source it locally with ease. This is the current problem I am facing when I changed to my current Kawa ride.

 

 

I understand your point of view Kinwei. I was considering these factors before placing an order. Biggest factor to consider was that I was unable to pillion my GF anymore as its a single seater. But I just fcuked it and went ahead. :lol:

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Hi peeps! I'm creating a new whatsapp group for Class 2 Sport's Bikers keen to travel to Malaysia for short riding sessions on regular basis. Maybe within Johor and Malacca states for now. If you are interested text me at 8133 0476. Please also post in your bikes' Facebook group and do inform your friends! Cheers!

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Actually it will be at HL Cycle everyday because I'm working there. Hahaha!

 

No wonder it's always there whenever I went there :p

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The bike is definitely high maintenance... for a starter 5l EO...

 

But it's once a life time experience .

 

Beginning of the manual it states 5L for EO. I was surprised as well. But later on it states, 3.9L without filter change, 4.4L with filter changed.

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Beginning of the manual it states 5L for EO. I was surprised as well. But later on it states, 3.9L without filter change, 4.4L with filter changed.

For best results, isn't it better to change oil n filter together?

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cant wait to see one on the road. very nice ride

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Good to hear all welcome :)

 

Hey there, great to hear your bike. I think i saw it at HL cycles couple weeks back when i went to purchase some parts from Uniquemotors.

 

I got a S1000RR recently, drop me a PM if you are interested for a kopi/supper session. Just chit chat session, free to invite other passionate riders too.

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