Kawasaki Ninja H2 Price US $:
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Kawasaki Ninja H2 that definitely stands out in public with its exhilarating and supercharged performance, Kawasaki Ninja H 2 is the world’s only supercharged production hyper-sport street bike in the series of Ninja sports bike. The immense power bike has also the supercharged engine of 998 cc inline-4, four-valve, dual overhead cam design with a two-speed, centrifugal supercharger which also provides remarkable speed. Kawasaki Ninja H 2 is the first motorbike equipped with a supercharger which helps in generating less heat.
The Ninja H2 stunning aerodynamic design feature provides for generating downforce speed for smooth running on the road. The key enhancement also in its advanced electronic system has proven to be a champion.
Kawasaki Ninja H2 Features
Kawasaki Ninja H 2 BOSCH IMU (INERTIAL MEASUREMENT UNIT)
- Compact IMU enables inertia along 6 Degrees of Freedom to be monitored.
- Acceleration along longitudinal, transverse and vertical axes, plus roll rate and pitch measure. Therefore, yaw rate calculate by the ECU using Kawasaki’s proprietary dynamic modeling software
- This next-level system enables predictive and also adaptive electronics for precise chassis orientation awareness.
Kawasaki Ninja H2 KTRC (KAWASAKI TRACTION CONTROL)
- Whereas many competitive traction control systems react to wheel-slip, this IMU-enhanced feedback version of KTRC predicts conditions and acts before slippage exceeds the range for optimal traction
- When turned on, riders can choose from 9 modes, allowing riders to choose the degree in which each mode intervenes during riding. Furthermore, Riders also elect to turn the system off
- Modes 1-3 are optimized for track conditions, Modes 4-6 for the street, and Modes 7-9 for we pavement conditions. A rain mode is also available.
Ninja H2 KLCM (KAWASAKI LAUNCH CONTROL MODE)
- 3-mode KLCM provides unmatchable acceleration from a stop by electronically controlling engine output to minimize rear wheel slip and also front end lift.
- Launch Control Mode allows the rider to launch from a stop with the throttle held wide open