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Kawasaki 2020 Ninja H2 Heavy Bike Review Specs Price

With another leap in power and technology, the 2020 Ninja H2 and H2 Carbon have made it again. The 998cc supercharged engine produces even more energy now, the next-generation BremboStylema calipers deliver incredible braking performance, and a complete TFT dashboard with Bluetooth connectivity keeps you connected in ways you’ve ever imagined. Did not It even includes highly resistant paint that repairs minor scratches when exposed to the sun. Unsurprisingly, when these features are already included in the impressive product, H2 is beyond certainty.

Kawasaki 2020 Ninja H2 Heavy Bike – Features and Price

Kawasaki 2020 Ninja H2 Heavy Bike


The bike has intense speeds; the Kawasaki 2020 Ninja H2 Heavy Bike engine should be smaller and provide more horsepower. It was decided that a supercharger was needed, but an existing supercharger alone would not suffice. The collaboration between Kawasaki’s technical divisions resulted in a highly efficient supercharger that did not require an intercooler to cool the air fed to the engine.

The engine is intended to withstand 1.5-2 times the pressure of an engine of the same capacity. The bike has a high-speed engine response; the inertial moment of the crankshaft was kept as low as possible and paired with a lightweight flywheel. The low rotation mass also contributes to the fast handling properties.

Dual secondary balancers keep engine vibration to a minimum. Connecting rods have large bolt diameters for strength and longevity in high productivity environments, and they balance strength and weight. For extremely high temperatures generated by the engine, cast pistons perform better than forged pistons. The unique casting method creates hollow sections to achieve maximum thickness while losing weight.

A V-tube on the ground of the second piston ring reduces blow bye and oil consumption by preventing the upper ring from fluttering.

The piston is cooled by two oil jets per cylinder. The bottom of the piston dome is sprayed with one nozzle, while the exhaust side under the dome is sprayed with the other. A large, deep sump oil pan helps cool the oil. To avoid cavitation, the oil pump is always covered by oil, thanks to the oil pan design. Furthermore, the specific angle design and position of the oil filter helps reduce cavitation during rapid acceleration and deceleration. The high-flow oil pump helps cool the oil and has a very high flow rate to ensure that the engine and transmission are adequately lubricated.

To eliminate banging, Kawasaki Gas Turbine and Machinery Company used piston flat crown and combustion chamber designs. The bike has more accurate cylinder dimensions; a mock cylinder head is used during the honing process, which can be used to decrease the mechanical damage to the piston rings and to increase the engine response.


To eliminate banging, Kawasaki Gas Turbine and Machinery Company used piston flat crown and combustion chamber designs.

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.

Kawasaki 2020 Ninja H2 Heavy Bike


Because of Kawasaki’s next-level electronics and state-of-the-art programming for the track, which gives the ECU the precise, real-time picture of what the chassis is doing with minimal software, Kawasaki’s state-of-the-art electronics have always kept track. But has performed well. Thanks to the latest iteration of dynamic modeling software owned by Bosch IMU and Kawasaki, Ninja H2’s electronic management technology has moved from setting type and reaction type systems to feedback-type systems to the next level. This increased capability allows riders to make the most of the Ninja H2 on the track.

Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU)(KP)

IMU calculates inertia in five axes: longitude, transition, vertical speed, roll rate, and pitch rate. ECU calculates Yao rate with Kawasaki’s unique software to provide lean angle and acceleration/delation 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.

Unlike rival systems, which have defined boundaries, Kawasaki’s proprietary race-developed software allows the Ninja H2 to have a dynamic system that adapts to changing track conditions such as rider input and vehicle behavior. , And responds to floor conditions.


The design of the chassis was supposed to be strong enough to handle high engine power and external interruptions at high speeds on the circuit. A short wheelbase was also required to maintain fast handling and performance. Finally, a chassis was needed to help dissipate the heat generated by such a powerful engine.

The trail frame is made of high tensile steel, in which the diameter, thickness, and bend of each piece of pipe are precisely adjusted to achieve the desired stiffness.

The ideal stiffness balance allows for high-speed track riding while also providing the ability to absorb external obstacles.

The slim frame design and horizontal positioning of the diecast aluminum rear frame allow the rider’s legs to reach the ground quickly.

The concave shape of the trail frame allows air to circulate through it, which helps dissipate engine heat.

Kawasaki 2020 Ninja H2 Heavy Bike

To make the swing arm mounting plate part of the frame, it is bolted to the rear of the engine. It eliminates frame cross members, makes the frame lighter, and allows the high output engine chain tension to be effectively transferred to the rigid engine block.


For a smoother ride and better steering and handling, the Uni-Trak® linkage rear suspension system offers progressive action for the rear shock so that minor collisions are gently moist and large crashes are very wet.

The swing arm on the H2 is one-sided. It is made of forged and pressed aluminum pieces and is extremely strong and lightweight. It provides extra room for an excellent exhaust form on the right side of the motorcycle.

Öhlins Shock

The machined cylinder body includes Ohlins TTX36 shock, TTX GP-style damping adjustment, and remote pre-load adjuster. Shock improves cornering performance, is flexible for comfortable riding and dynamic handling, contributes to the feel of the front, and provides excellent road input.

The invention shock has a concentric twin-tube construction and a solid core piston that ultimately moves the oil in the shock cylinder. Damping generating components are placed between the sub-cylinder head and the upper reservoir of the shock cylinder. The basic design allows the shock components to be lighter and more compact while ensuring constant wetting and preventing cavitation. Because the creation of the shock prevents cavitation, the gas pressure is about half that of a standard surprise, which allows for fewer friction seals to reduce friction and smooth the process.

Separate channels connect the compression and rebound valves to their respective sides of the central piston, allowing the compression and rebound damping adjustments to be completely separated. It helps set up the suspension as adjusting one damping setting does not affect the other. High-end, machined finish TTXGP style adjustable knobs that can be twisted by hand or with Allen Key are used to regulate compression and rebound damping.

Remote Hand Turn Preload Adjuster allows you to make adjustments without equipment.

Chassis Continued

Brembo® brakes with radial-mounted 4 piston front brake calipers and Kawasaki Intelligent Anti-Lock Brake System (KIBS).

Brembo StyleMomonBlock Calipers with four anti-30mm piston clip large 330mm Brembo discs are used on the front brakes for superior braking force. The outer edges of the discs have a groove in the middle to help dissipate heat. Brembo’s radial-pump master cylinder and reservoir have been improved to create a significant front braking force with minimal lever movement.

Kawasaki 2020 Ninja H2 Heavy Bike

The rear brakes feature two 32mm piston Brembo calipers that clamp the 250mm disc. To increase braking confidence, the KIBS High Precision Anti-Lock Brake System provides smooth feedback and light lever movement.

To offer highly accurate brake pressure management, the engine ECU connects to a small ABS ECU. Due to the high accuracy control, excessive pressure dips do not impair the brake performance, and the lever sensation is more permanent than the sudden pulses experienced with conventional ABS systems. Cast aluminum wheels with high-performance street tires are specifically designed to improve handling.

Aerodynamic Bodywork

Functional design improves engine stability and cooling efficiency.

The chin filter is integrated into the upper cavity to help create a downward force for better speed stability. To reduce drag, the air that damages the chin is carried to the sides using special air channels. The airflow above the mirror stays with the granny flaps on the rear edges, created by Kawasaki’s aerospace division, generating downward force.

The compact side cowl almost exposes the engine, allowing the hot air to escape for better heat dissipation when paired with the trail structure. The stepped front fender design helps cool the airflow towards the radiator. The River Mark mark on the Kauling front represents the legacy of Kawasaki performance and the joint efforts of the Kawasaki Akashi Group on this ultimate motorcycle.

Kawasaki 2020 Ninja H2 Heavy Bike – Price

The new Kawasaki 2020 Ninja H2 Heavy Motorcycle is available at $29,000 only.

Kawasaki 2020 Ninja H2 Heavy Bike – Technical Specifications


Engine 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, DOHC, 4-valve, liquid-cooled, supercharged
Displacement 998cc
Bore x Stroke 76.0 x 55.0mm
Compression Ratio N/A
Fuel System DFI® (4) with dual injection
Ignition Digital
Transmission Six-speed, return, dog-ring
Final Drive Sealed chain
Electronic Kawasaki Quick Shifter (KQS) (upshift & downshift), Rider Aids Kawasaki Cornering Management Function (KCMF), Kawasaki Intelligent anti-lock Brake System (KIBS), Kawasaki Traction Control (KTRC), Kawasaki Launch Control Mode (KLCM), Kawasaki Engine Brake Control, Öhlins Electronic Steering Damper


Front Suspension / Wheel Travel 43mm inverted fork having adjustable rebound and compression damping, spring preload adjustability, and top-out springs/4.7 inches
Rear Suspension / Wheel Travel Uni-Trak®, Öhlins TTX36 gas-charged shock with piggyback reservoir, 22-way compression and rebound damping and adjustability & hand-turn spring preload adjustability, & top-out spring/5.3 inches
Front Tire 120/70 ZR17
Rear Tire 200/55 ZR17
Front Brakes Dual radial-attach, opposed 4-piston Brembo Stylema calipers, dual semi-floating 330mm of discs, KIBS ABS
Rear Brakes Opposed 2-piston calipers, single 250mm of the disc, KIBS ABS

Kawasaki 2020 Ninja H2 Heavy Bike


Frame Type Trellis, high-tensile steel, with swingarm mounting plate
Rake/Trail 24.5°/4.1 in
Overall Length 82.1 in
Overall Width 30.3 in
Overall Height 44.3 in
Ground Clearance 5.1 in
Seat Height 32.5 in
Curb Weight 524.8 lb
Fuel Capacity 4.5 gal
Wheelbase 57.3 in
Color Choices Mirror Coated Spark Black
Warranty 12-Month Limited Warranty
Kawasaki Protection Plus™ (optional) 12, 24, 36, or 48 months

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