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Thanks to a supercharged, 998cc, inline four cylinder engine, the Kawasaki Ninja H2R pumps out a staggering 300 horsepower. In comparison, Marc Marquez’s championship-leading MotoGP superbike has 270hp. The H2R is the only production motorcycle from a major manufacturer to feature forced induction to hit the market. Featuring a high tensile steel trellis frame, painted a wicked Kwaka green, and three sets of carbon fiber wings on the fairings. Continue reading for a video of the actual bike and more information.
According to Gizmag, “Little else has been revealed at this stage – brakes are Brembo radial monoblocs as they damn well better be, swing arm is single sided, suspension is fully adjustable KYB gear and no doubt the ABS and traction control systems will be top-shelf. It almost doesn’t matter. Kawasaki hasn’t just fired a broadside in the horsepower war, it has planted a flag so far from its competitors that I’m not sure if they should respond at all.”