World Supersport champion Kenan Sofuoglu drove the Ninja H2R on the Osman Gazi bridge in Istanbul at 400 kph. The closed bridge feat took 26 seconds.
The very durable paint mechanically repairs scratches by blending hard and soft painting segments. Paint only repairs mild scratches.
Kawasaki Ninja H2R's bank angle display records the highest angle and displays it as needed. The motorcycle's inertial measuring unit makes the H2R's characteristics so outstanding.
The motorbike is for track usage or event-closed roads. H2R is limited-use since it lacks headlights, taillights, and mirrors. Thus, no motorbike number plate.
Kawasaki's 998cc supercharged engine produces 310HP and 326HP in RAM air-assist mode. 14,000 rpm produces power and 12,500 rpm produces 165Nm of torque.
Carbon-fibre wings on the Ninja H2R increase downforce and are mounted where bike rearview mirrors normally. The lightweight arrangement works well at above 300kph.
The H2R has the best rubber mix and a unique size listing from Kawasaki. Race-spec tires can't be changed since every electrical function is designed for their size and capabilities.
The H2R's alloy design and titanium exhaust system make the right side seem athletic while the disc brake and swingarm remain on the left.
330mm, twin Brembo semi-floating brakes with 5.5mm thickness reduce unsprung weight and increase stopping power. The front has an M50 4-piston setup and the rear a 250mm 2-piston disc brake.
Ninja H2R has 135mm-travel Ohlins TTX36 gas-charged shock. Additionally, Ohlins makes the precise steering damper. 43mm USD front suspension with 120mm travel.