All You Need to Know About Kawasaki Ninja H2

Kawasaki Ninja H2

About Kawasaki Ninja H2

When the Kawasaki Ninja H2 debuted in 2015, it caught two-wheeler enthusiasts off guard. It was the only production motorcycle with a force-induction or supercharged engine, producing more than 200 bhp. For a long time, it was the most powerful production motorcycle in the world until the Ducati Streetfighter V4 arrived. The Panigale V4 remained the most powerful production motorcycle in the world until Kawasaki announced that the Ninja H2 would be significantly updated. Check out the list of changes made to the 2019 Kawasaki Ninja H2.

Key facts

With the sports biking segment experiencing a boom in the international market, the trend of owning a superbike is quickly catching on among motorbike enthusiasts in India as well. One of the primary reasons for this has been the country’s easy availability of a two-wheeler or bike loan. More people now have access to their desired sports bikes as the two-wheeler loan eligibility criterion becomes simpler.

The Japanese superbike manufacturer has a long history of producing world-class performance machines, but H2R is different, very different. This is why: 

  • It is produced in limited quantities and is only intended for track use, as it does not have a registration number.
  • They can reach a staggering 400kmph in just 26 seconds.
  • It gets self-repairing silver mirror paintwork, which is an innovative coating that automatically repairs scratches. It takes nearly seven days for the scratch to heal automatically.
  • There is no free service or warranty. Yes, you read that correctly! Despite the high price, all its basic components, including the large engine, are out of warranty.

Design and model 

It gets a one-of-a-kind, truly out-of-the-box design that will leave you speechless. The ultra-exclusive motorcycle was created in collaboration with Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) and featured meticulous craftsmanship in every detail. The track-only bike was designed at Kawasaki’s Japanese manufacturing unit and comes with no headlamps, taillights, rearview mirrors, or number plates, as well as super-soft slick tires. 

The powerful Engine to power ninja H2 bike

The Ninja H2 now produces 230 bhp rather than the previous 200 bhp, thanks to updates to the ECU, air intakes, spark plugs, and air filter. According to Kawasaki, the motorcycle is still Euro IV compliant and has the same fuel efficiency ratings. The torque on the bike also increases by 8.2 Nm, for total peak torque of 141.7 Nm. This makes it the world’s most powerful production motorcycle. The motorcycle’s wet weight is still 238 kg.

Self Healing paint a wonderful quality of Kawasaki H2

The new self-healing’ paint scheme is the motorcycle’s final update. When exposed to a warm climate or a small amount of heat, the paint will heal small scratches and nicks on its own. We think it’s pretty cool! So, the next time you scratch your Ninja H2, expose it to some heat, and everything will be fine.


The Ninja H2 2019 model also receives a new TFT instrument console that can be connected to a smartphone via Bluetooth and will also be connected to the company’s Rideology App, which displays information such as riding logs, service intervals, fuel levels, and other such information. 

Other Updates ninja H2 bikes

Other changes to the bike include new Bridgestone tyres and Brembo’s top-spec Stylema callipers, which were first seen on the Panigale V4. The 2019 Ninja H2 is expected to make its debut at the 2018 EICMA Show, and it could arrive in India in the first half of 2019.

Specification of ninja Kawasaki h2 

  • Engine 

Engine Type

Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four with Supercharger

Engine Displacement

998 cc

Max Power

310 PS @ 14000 rpm

Max Torque

165 Nm @ 12500 rpm

Emission Type



76 mm


55 mm

Drive Type

Chain Drive

No Of Cylinders


Valve Per Cylinder


Fuel Type




Compression Ratio


  • Transmission 


Transmission Type


No Of Gears

6 Speed



  • Chassis Suspension 



Trellis, high-tensile steel with Swingarm Mounting Plate


Ø 43 mm inverted fork with rebound and compression damping, spring preload adjustability and top-out springs / 120 mm


New Uni-Trak, Öhlins TTX36 gas-charged shock with piggyback reservoir, compression and rebound damping, spring preload adjustability and top-out spring / 135 mm


  • Dimension 



2070*850*1160 mm^3


1450 mm


2070 mm


1160 mm

Ground Clearance

130 mm


850 mm

Fuel Capacity

17 Liters

Kerb Weight

216 Kg

Tail Light


Front Brake Diameter

330 mm

Rear Brake Diameter

250 mm

Conclusion Kawasaki Ninja H2

In a nutshell, the Ninja bike is the fastest bike, and speed lovers are made about it. Its powerful engine and majestic look make it one of the wonderful bikes. From its cubic capacity to its weight it is a perfect package for bike lovers. Ninja Kawasaki H2 is the modern age. Its heavy-duty engine and looks are killers enough to entice everyone. Kawasaki Ninja H2 is a bike for speed lovers. It is a very costly bike too. NInja is not a bike, it’s a network of bikes. The Kawasaki Ninja is the name given to several series of Kawasaki sportbikes, beginning with the GPZ900R in 1984. Kawasaki Heavy Industries trademarked a stylized script version of the word Ninja for use on “motorcycles and spare parts thereof.”



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