Relentless pursuit of innovation, performance, and enthusiasm for building the most sophisticated supercharged motorbike line in the world is shown by the Ninja® H2TM series. Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE Plus 2019 Sports Bike combines performance with real-world handling perfection for 2019.
In terms of suspension, brakes, and rider assistance, the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE+ utilizes the most recent electronic controls. The supercharged 998cc inline four-cylinder engine of the Ninja H2 SX SE+ uses Kawasaki’s expertise in engine tuning to distribute power where it is most beneficial, in the low to mid-range, on this motorbike. Thus, Kawasaki has built one of the most modern and well-balanced bikes in performance, comfort and energy economy. It’s a structure that’s built to the highest standards.
A balanced supercharged engine provides ideal output performance in the low-to-mid RPM range while attaining exceptional fuel economy in the Ninja H2 SX SE+, which was designed for today’s sportbike rider. In terms of performance and comfort, this ultra-sophisticated combination rivals even the best superbikes.
For 2019, the Ninja H2 SX SE+ boasts electronic suspension, Brembo brakes, integrated riding modes, and smartphone connection through Bluetooth technology and the new RIDEOLOGY THE APP, which is compatible with smartphones.
Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE Plus 2019 Sports Bike – Features and Price
Electronically Controlled Suspension
The mechanical components of the suspension are critical to its performance and feel. An inverted Showa cartridge fork and a high-spec BFRC light rear shock are utilized in the Kawasaki Electronically Controlled Suspension (KECS) on the Ninja H2 SX SE+ sportbike, with the addition of electronically controlled preload.
Rebound damping and preload may be adjusted on the right-side fork top of the 43 mm Showa inverted cartridge fork. An electronic preload adjustment function is included in the Showa Balance Free Rear Cushion Lite (BFRC) rear shock, developed for World Superbike racing. Increased traction and enhanced stress absorption are the outcomes.
Compression and rebound damping of the BFRC Lite-Shock are created separately in an external Damping Force Chamber, enabling the whole surface of the main piston to operate as a pump and push oil towards the valves. Shock compression and extension may cause pressure imbalances, which this arrangement can reduce.
The revolutionary KECS technology generates (and adjusts) both compression and rebound damping electronically through a solenoid valve with direct actuation and provides for incredibly rapid response time. Sport road, rain, and manual modes are all available to riders. When the vehicle speed, stroke speed, and deceleration are considered, KECS adapts to the road surface environment in real-time to offer optimal damping. Rear shock preload levels may now be adjusted electrically by the rider. Each of KECS’s three preload options may be customized to fit the rider’s specific needs. There are 10 degrees of adjustment for each of these settings, allowing riders to find the perfect fit.
There are built-in stroke sensors in the forks and the shock that offer real-time information on stroke speed and compression. The KECS ECU receives millisecond-by-millisecond data from the sensor coils. In addition, the IMU (acceleration/deceleration) and the FI ECU (vehicle speed) send information every ten milliseconds. The solenoids are controlled by the KECS ECU, which sends electricity to them.
For enhanced confidence in cornering, Kawasaki’s KECS is paired with Showa’s 43mm inverted cartridge fork and BFRC lightweight suspension components.
Brembo Stylema® Calipers
Brembo Stylema front brakes have been added to the Ninja H2 SX SE+ for 2019. Stylema calipers are among the lightest and smallest available. Stiffness is preserved while a more direct connection to the piston region is made possible thanks to redesigning crucial components. More airflow around the brake pads increased space around the pistons, and an aperture in the middle bridge enabled the Stylema calipers to cool down rapidly. A set of semi-floating 320 mm discs are gripped by Stylema 4-piston Stylema front calipers, which match the Ninja H2 SX SE+’s technological innovation and excellent craftsmanship.
Integrated Riding Modes
Traction control, power delivery and suspension characteristics may be fine-tuned to fit a rider’s needs via all-inclusive modes. Sport, Road, Rain, or Manual are all options available to riders. It is possible to adjust each system individually in a manual way. Riders may experience sporty handling on twisting roads by selecting the Sport mode. When riding in the city, highways, and country roads the Road setting delivers the most pleasant ride possible. Depending on a surface with minimal traction, the Rain option gives the rider peace of mind.
The Versys 1000 SE LT+ now has built-in smartphone connectivity, another first for Kawasaki’s adventure and touring Versys range of bikes. Wireless communication with the motorbike is made possible by a chip installed in the instrument panel. Rideology THE APP allows for a more enjoyable motorcycle ride by providing access to various instrument functions that can be recorded, documented, and reviewed.
Even if you’re not riding a motorbike, you can still utilize the app. When the app is running, the bike and smartphone are constantly linked, and the app collects riding log data throughout the ride. Your ride data is saved by the app and may be accessed on a smartphone once you’ve completed it. The app will affect any adjustments that riders make, even if they don’t have the engine running or aren’t within the range, as soon as they turn it on and turn the app on.
Extra-Sturdy Coat of Paint
In addition, Kawasaki has introduced its new Highly Durable Paint. Scratches in the fresh paint’s topcoat may be repaired to retain their high-quality finish even after typical wear and tear. Self-healing occurs due to small soft and hard segments inside the top layer behaving like a chemical spring, absorbing several hits.
There are three color options for the 2019 Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE+, which are Metallic Graphite Gray, Metallic Diablo Black, and Emerald Blazed Green.
Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE Plus 2019 Sports Bike – Price
The new Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE Plus 2019 Sports Motorcycle is available at $25,000 only.
Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE Plus 2019 Sports Bike – Technical Specifications
|4-stroke, 4-cylinder, DOHC, 4-valve, liquid-cooled, supercharged
|Bore x Stroke
|76mm x 55mm
|84.6 lb-ft @ 11,500 rpm
|DFI® with 40mm throttle bodies (4) with dual injection
|6-speed, return, dog-ring
|Electronic Rider Aids
|Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension (KECS), Kawasaki Engine Brake Control, Kawasaki Cornering Management Function (KCMF), Kawasaki Traction Control (KTRC), Kawasaki Intelligent anti-lock Brake System (KIBS), Kawasaki Quick Shifter (KQS) (dual direction), Electronic Cruise Control, Kawasaki Launch Control Mode (KLCM), LED Cornering Lights
|Front Suspension / Wheel Travel
|43mm inverted fork with KECS-controlled compression and rebound damping, manual spring preload adjustability, and top-out springs/4.7 inches
|Rear Suspension / Wheel Travel
|New Uni-Trak®, BFRC gas-charged shock with piggyback reservoir, KECS-controlled compression, and rebound damping electronically-adjustable spring preload/5.5 inches
|Dual radial-fixed, opposed 4-piston Brembo Stylema® calipers, dual semi-floating 330mm discs, KIBS ABS
|Opposed 2-piston calipers, solo 250mm disc, KIBS ABS
|Trellis, high-tensile steel, having swingarm mounting plate
|Rideology the App Smartphone Connectivity, Highly Durable Paint, all-LED lighting, TFT Instrumentation
|Metallic Diablo Black / Metallic Graphite Gray / Emerald Blazed Green
|12 Month Limited Warranty