The 2021 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Sports Motorcycle is the ultimate performance street legal motorbike, developed with state-of-the-art technology and in collaboration with Kawasaki’s high-performance motorcycle, aerospace, and gas turbine division. The Ninja H2TM and Ninja H2 carbon motorcycles are pure hyper sports performances. A 998cc inline four-cylinder engine, proprietary supercharger, compact superbike dimensions, lightweight trail frame, aerodynamic bodywork, and an all-new solid single-sided swing arm are all featured in this bike. The 2021 Ninja H2 has an MSRP of $ 29,500 and is available in the Mirror Coated Spark Black, while the 2021 Ninja H2 Carbon is available at $33,000 and in Mirror Coated Matte Spark Black / Candy Flat Blazed Green featuring its clear coated raw carbon. They are fairing on display.
2021 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Sports Motorcycle – Features and Specs
For high temperatures created by the engine, cast pistons perform better than forged pistons. The new unique casting method creates hollow sections to achieve more increased thickness while losing weight. A V-tube on the second piston ring declines blows bye and oil consumption by stopping the upper ring from fluttering.
The new piston is cooled by two oil jets per cylinder, while the bottom of the brand-new piston dome is sprayed with the help of a single nozzle, while the exhaust side under the dome is scattered with the other. I am using a large, deep sump oil pan that aids in cooling the oil. To escape cavitation, the oil pump is always shielded by oil, thanks to the oil pan design.
To eliminate banging, Kawasaki gas turbine and Machinery Company adopted a flat piston and combustion chamber design of the piston. For more accurate cylinder dimensions, a mock cylinder head is used during the honing process, which can be used to reduce the mechanical damage to the piston rings and to increase the engine response. Due to the fully controlled chamber capacity, a machine-made combustion chamber helps to achieve high power and prevent engine knocking.
Digital Fuel Injection
The 50mm of throttle valves are highly accurate, resulting in smooth engine response. This system further enhances the S-KTRC input while adjusting the new Kawasaki launch control and the new Kawasaki engine brake control. A high-pressure fuel pump is used to strengthen the power of the supercharger.
Hydraulic clutch activation is performed using the Brembo radial-pump master cylinder, which provides smooth activation and excellent posture.
Quick gear changes are made easy with a cassette-style transmission. The gears are connected to the input transmission shaft, and in the dog-ring transmission, the ring rotates to attach the gears to the output shaft, based on MotoGP technology. As a result, the shift is lighter, the feeling is better, and the shifts are faster.
Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) (KP)
IMU analyses inertia in five unique axes: longitude, transition, roll rate, vertical speed, and pitch rate. ECU calculates the Yao rate with Kawasaki’s special software to provide lean angle and acceleration/deletion force to the six-axis chassis for more accurate electronic riding aid management. The IMU enables KTRC to add more feedback to help speed up exits at the turn on the race track.
Kawasaki Cornering Management Function
An all-new Corner Management Function employs KIBS and KTRC to benefit racers who follow their chosen course through the Track Corner and reduce the tendency for the bike to overtake while applying the brakes. Based on the bike’s leanness and pitch angles, IMU aids the system in maintaining maximum hydraulic pressure.
Kawasaki Traction Control (KTRC)
Multi-level modes give riders more options, and each method provides a variety of interventions to meet riding conditions and the rider’s desire and to limit output to all levels in the form of high-speed slides. Designed. This device provides improved sports riding performance and peace of mind when talking in active areas.
Riders can choose from nine different settings, each with an extra level of interference, making it ideal for riding on a circuit, alley, or wet floor. Riders can also select to turn off the system.
Kawasaki Engine Brake Control
Using the Kawasaki engine brake control system, riders can choose how many engine brakes they want to apply.
When the Kawasaki engine brake control is used, the engine brake effect is reduced (by selecting “LIGHT” in the options).
The balance of Dell’s rigidity allows for high-speed track riding while also allowing for the absorption of external obstacles for added stability.
The slim frame design and horizontal locating of the diecast aluminum rear frame allow the legs of a rider to reach the ground rapidly. The open shape of the trail frame lets air circulate through it, which helps to dissipate engine heat.
To make the swing arm mounting plate part of the frame, it is bolted to the rear of the engine. It helps to keep the frame light on by removing the frame cross members and allowing the high output engine chain tension to be effectively transferred to the hard engine block.
For a smoother ride and outstanding steering and handling, the Uni-Trak linkage rear suspension system gives progressive action for the rear shock so that minor collisions are gently moist and large crashes are very wet.
The swing arm on the 2021 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Sports Motorcycle is one-sided. It is made of forged and forced aluminum pieces and is tremendously strong and lightweight. It provides extra room for an excellent exhaust form on the right side of the motorcycle.
2021 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Sports Motorcycle – Price
The new 2021 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Sports Motorcycle is available at $29,500 only.
2021 Kawasaki Ninja H2 Sports Motorcycle – Technical Specifications
|Type||4-Stroke, DOHC, 4-Cylinder, Liquid-Cooled, 4 Valve Cylinder Head, Supercharged|
|Bore & Stroke||76mm x 55mm|
|Fuel System||DFI® with Dual Injectors|
|Ignition||TCBI with Digital Advance|
|Final Drive||Sealed Chain|
|Rake/Trail||24.5° / 4.1 in.|
|Front Wheel Travel||4.7 inches|
|Rear Wheel Travel||5.3 inches|
|Front Tire Size||120/70-17|
|Rear Tire Size||200/55-17|
|Front Suspension||43mm Inverted AOS-II Fork featuring Adjustable Compression and Rebound Damping, Spring Preload Adjustability, and the new Top-Out Springs|
|Rear Suspension||All-new New Uni-Trak, Ohlins TTX36 Shock containing 22-way Compression & Rebound Damping and Hand-Turn Preload Adjustability|
|Front Brake Type||All-new Dual Semi-Floating 330 mm of Discs with Radial-Mount, Opposed 4-Piston Calipers|
|Rear Brake Type||250mm Disc including Opposed 2 Piston Caliper|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||4.5 gal.|
|Seat Height||32.7 in.|
|Curb Weight||524.8 lbs.|
|Kawasaki Protection Plus™||12, 24, 36, or 48 months|