In terms of speed where most racers are concern about, Kawasaki Ninja H2 has a lot of it. The responsiveness of the H2 supercharged along with its powerful engine is obviously shown when exiting the pit lane. The throttle is delicate so it requires careful handling which made us thought that this bike is suitable for pro riders who can handle its throttle very well.
Ninja H2 has the sporty look, slim seat but we found out that there are no holes on its back and front surface. It was designed with a combination of digital and analogue displays which are difficult to read while riding but the flashes of tachometer is highly appreciated; giving us good signal to make an up shift.
With its force induction system (supercharged) Ninja H2 can completely pulls even the fourth, fifth and sixth gear. It has so much torque to give and even its performance while shifting to corners is amazing. The power down is made specifically to withstand excessive wheelies.
Ninja H2 comes equipped with Kawasaki Traction control system to keep it under control while on the road. KTRC (Kawasaki Traction Control) offers 3 different modes; 1 for the track, 2 for the street, 3 wet surface. We tried to use the mode 3 while testing the motorcycle and the wheel stability it delivers through the wet road is really fantastic.