2019

NINJA H2 CARBON

Starting At
Rs.41,00,000
(Ex-Showroom)

Engine :4-stroke In-Line Four with Supercharger
Type :Liquid-cooled
Displacement :998 cc
Valve System :DOHC, 16 valves
Power :170 kW {231 PS} / 11,500 rpm
Maximum Power with Ram Air :178.5 kW {243 PS} / 11,500 rpm
Torque :141.7 N•m {14.4 kgf•m} / 11,000 rpm

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TOP FEATURES


Green trellis frame

Like the Ninja H2R, the frame on the Ninja H2 Carbon is finished in green.

TFT Instrumentation & Controls

The advanced, high-tech design of the instrumentation contributes to the Ninja H2’s flagship-level quality. The analogue-style tachometer is complemented by a high-grade full colour TFT LCD screen that enables information to be displayed graphically. Four selectable display modes allow riders to prioritise the information they want to see depending on the kind of riding they are doing at the time.

Carbon-fibre Upper Cowl

Constructed in highly rigid, lightweight CFRP (carbon-fibre reinforced polymer), the upper cowl instantly distinguishes the Ninja H2 Carbon from the standard Ninja H2. Creating an image similar to that of the Ninja H2R, the carbon-fibre piece contributes to enhanced presence.

Hydraulic Assist & Slipper Clutch

A high-quality hydraulic clutch offers less maintenance, ensuring the initial touch condition can be maintained. And with Brembo components, superb linearity and smooth actuation are also benefits.

Bank angle display

New instrument features include bank angle display and max bank angle recording function (possible thanks to the addition of the Inertial Measurement Unit)

KQS (Kawasaki Quick Shifter)

The Ninja H2 was the first Kawasaki motorcycle to be fit standard with a quick shifter. For 2017, the quick shifter also enables clutchless downshifts.

Riding Position & Ergonomics

As enjoyment of the intense acceleration and high-speed capabilities was the first priority, a solo seat for the rider is the only seating provided

Dog-ring Transmission

To facilitate smooth, quick shifting, a dog-ring type transmission was selected. This is the kind of transmission commonly found in MotoGP or Formula 1, and was developed with feedback from the Kawasaki Racing Team.

Smartphone Connectivity

A Bluetooth chip built into the instrument panel enables riders to connect to their motorcycle wirelessly. Using the smartphone application “RIDEOLOGY THE APP,” a number of instrument functions can be accessed, contributing to an enhanced motorcycling experience.
* A number of functions are available: - Vehicle Info: information such as fuel gauge, odometer, maintenance schedule, etc can be viewed via the smartphone. - Riding Log: route and rpm can be can be viewed via the smartphone. - Telephone notices: when a call, text or mail is received by the smartphone, this is indicated on the instrument display. - General Settings: general instrument display settings (such as preferred units, date, date format, etc) can be adjusted via the smartphone.

Power Unit Designed to Withstand the 300 PS Output of the Closed-course Ninja H2R

Despite it’s familiar In-Line Four configuration, the Ninja H2 power unit is loaded with technology developed specifically for this supercharged engine.

Öhlins TTX36 Rear Suspension

The addition of Öhlins’ highly acclaimed TTX shock offers numerous rider benefits:
- Increased rear stability,enhanced cornering performance.
- Excellent damping, increased riding comfort and sportier handling
- Increased rider confidence on circuit.
- Superb feedback from the road.
- More stability at speed, and lane changes executed more easily.
- Around town, the supple suspension absorbs bumps with ease, adding to ride comfort.

Keeping The Engine Cool

In the interest of keeping the engine compact and simple, a single lubrication system provides cooling oil for the engine components, supercharger and transmission.

Bosch IMU

The use of Bosch’s compact IMU allows an additional layer of precision to be added to the already high-level KTRC, KLCM and KIBS.IMU enables inertia along 6 DOF (degrees of freedom) to be monitored. Acceleration along longitudinal, transverse and vertical axes, plus roll rate and pitch rate are measured.

In-house-designed Supercharger

The supercharger used in the Ninja H2 was designed by Kawasaki motorcycle engine designers with assistance from other companies within the KHI Group.

Maximising Airflow Efficiency

All engines need to breathe. In addition to ensuring the engine has sufficient air, how the air is supplied is another concern.

Original-design Wheels

Cast aluminium wheels were designed specifically for the Ninja H2.

Suspensions

On the front KYB AOS-II racing suspension makes its debut on an on-road bike. On the rear KYB fully adjustable mono-shock rear suspension offers superb stability

KCMF (Kawasaki Cornering Management Function)

KCMF monitors engine and chassis parameters throughout the corner—from entry, through the apex, to corner exit—modulating brake force and engine power to facilitate smooth transition from acceleration to braking and back again, and to assist riders in tracing their intended line through the corner. On the Ninja H2, KCMF oversees the following systems:
- KTRC (including traction, wheelie and sliding control)
- KLCM
- KIBS (including pitching and corner braking control)
- Kawasaki Engine Brake Control

Brembo Brakes

A pair of massive ø330 mm Brembo semi-floating discs with a thickness of t5.5 mm deliver superb braking force. Combined with Brembo’s Stylema monobloc calipers which are the company’s latest high-spec street-use calipers.

Highly Durable Paint

Kawasaki’s new Highly Durable paint features a special coat that allows scratches to repair themselves, enabling the paint to maintain its high-quality finish†. * Soft and hard segments in the coat work together like a chemical spring, creating a trampoline effect that absorbs impacts. † Notes: 1. In some cases, it takes about one week for recovery. 2. The paint will not recover in the case of scratches caused by a coin or key, or zip fasteners.

Boost Indicator

LCD screen uses a black/white reverse display (white characters on a black background), contributing to the high-quality image. In addition to the digital speedometer and gear position indicator, display functions include: odometer, dual trip meters, current mileage, average mileage, fuel consumption, coolant temperature, boost indicator, boost (intake air chamber) temperature, stopwatch (lap timer), clock and the Economical Riding Indicator.

Supercharged emblem

Revised “Supercharged” emblem emphasises the even greater power offered by Ninja H2’s supercharged engine. Colour accents express the specialness of this high-performance engine, while graphics depicting high-velocity intake air being spun around convey a sense of speed.

Kawasaki River Mark

Special permission was obtained to use the River Mark on the Ninja H2. Usually, its use on a product is reserved for models of historical significance.

Öhlins Electronic Steering Damper

At low speeds, the settings were chosen such that damping does not interfere with the bike’s intrinsic lightweight handling. At high speeds, damping increases to provide enhanced stability.

SPECIFICATIONS


Engine & Transmission
Type Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four with Supercharger
Displacement 998 cc
Bore and Stroke 76.0 mm x 55.0 mm
Compression ratio 8.5:1
Valve system DOHC, 16 valves
Fuel system Fuel Injection: Ø50 Mm X 4 With Dual Injection
Fuel Type / Minimum Octane Rating Unleaded petrol/RON95
Ignition Digital
Starting Electric
Lubrication Forced lubrication, wet sump with oil cooler
Transmission 6 Speed, Return
Maximum power 170 kW {231 PS} / 11,500 rpm
Maximum power with Ram Air 178.5 kW {243 PS} / 11,500 rpm
Maximum torque 141.7 N•m {14.4 kgf•m} / 11,000 rpm
Dimensions & Chassis
Frame Type Trellis, high-tensile steel with Swingarm Mounting Plate
Rake / Trail 24.5° / 103 mm
Tyre - Front 120/70ZR17M/C (58W)
Tyre - Rear 200/55ZR17M/C (78W)
Wheelbase 1,455 mm
Ground clearance 130 mm
Seat height 825 mm
Curb mass 238 kg
Fuel capacity 17 Litres
Overall Dimensions (L x W x H) 2,085 x 770 x 1,125 mm
Brakes & Suspension
Front / Wheel Travel 43 mm inverted fork with rebound and compression damping, spring preload adjustability and top-out springs / 120mm
Rear / Wheel Travel Uni-Trak, Öhlins TTX36 gas-charged shock with piggyback reservoir, compression damping, rebound damping, preload adjustability and top-out spring / 135mm
Brake - Front Dual semi-floating 330 mm Brembo discs
Caliper - Front Dual radial-mount, Brembo Stylema monobloc, opposed 4-piston
Brake - Rear Single 250 mm disc
Caliper - Rear Brembo, opposed 2-piston

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