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Re: Parts Diagrams Available

Post by JonTheChron » Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:13 am


Diagrams have been out for at least a week now, I compared parts numbers between both bikes and the main internal components and they mostly have different part numbers
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Re: Parts Diagrams Available

Post by Vmatti » Tue Mar 06, 2018 5:38 am


Ninja H2SX wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 1:13 am
kman0066 wrote:
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Looks like the parts diagrams are now available on the Kawasaki USA website.

https://m.kawasaki.com/Parts/PartsDiagr ... /ZX1002BJF

Also, looks like some of the accessories are starting to show up as In Stock! Woo hoo, must be getting close.
Nice ... but wish Kawasaki would make the diagrams higher resolution so they aren't all fuzzy when zoomed in. :rolleyes:

Use link without m in the beginning (mobile version) i.e https://www.kawasaki.com/Parts/PartsDia ... /ZX1002BJF
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Re: Parts Diagrams Available

Post by Ninja H2SX » Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:30 am


Vmatti wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 5:38 am
Use link without m in the beginning (mobile version) i.e https://www.kawasaki.com/Parts/PartsDia ... /ZX1002BJF
Vmatti - much better, thanks!
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Re: Parts Diagrams Available

Post by cOoTeR » Tue Mar 06, 2018 11:25 am


JonTheChron wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:12 am
Diagrams have been out for at least a week now, I compared parts numbers between both bikes and the main internal components and they mostly have different part numbers
The things that I'm mainly interested in are the items that get changed often. When the H2 came out there was a shortage of oil filters. So people who just bought a brand new badass bike got the break in done went to get the first service done then the bike had to sit around for awhile wanting on back ordered oil filters. That would have been frustrating having one of the most badass bikes ever built then needing to have it sit around after just 600 miles.

The other thing I'm interested in is the things that are often upgraded. Like the basic "bolt ons" if they are the same part number then the aftermarket might not need to do a lot of research developing brand new parts.
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Re: Parts Diagrams Available

Post by vcyclenut » Tue Mar 06, 2018 1:50 pm


JonTheChron wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:09 am
isn't the Akrapovic Raceline for a ninja H2 about 4500$
the racing line is stainless which I don't see on this mornings price list

the evolution which is the full titanium system retails for $3800 I could do A LOT better then that

the slip on retails for $1560 and again I could do much better
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Re: Parts Diagrams Available

Post by cOoTeR » Tue Mar 06, 2018 2:21 pm


Digging around in the parts diagram the SX SE has a different ECU than the regular H2 (that's to be expected. But the SX SE has 1 ECU part number under the destination CA ( I'm assuming California) and a 2nd ECU part number for CN,US (I'm assuming Canada and United States). The regular H2 also has 2 ECU part numbers one under CA and one under CN, no US part number.

I think it is looking like California compliant bikes will be more restricted than the US and Canada bikes. But I wonder if the regular H2's in the US have a California compliant ECU and are more restricted than the Canadian bikes?
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Full vandemon exhaust with tune 221whp 99ft.lbs
On Race Fuel 233whp 103ft.lbs

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Re: Parts Diagrams Available

Post by vcyclenut » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:57 pm


that's odd , I haven't seen a totally different ecu part number for California bikes before. They usually have an evap container but that doesn't require a different ecu. Do bikes have to go through separate testing to get approved for California?

lately most of the Canadian models have been the same spec as the usa models.

cOoTeR wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 2:21 pm
Digging around in the parts diagram the SX SE has a different ECU than the regular H2 (that's to be expected. But the SX SE has 1 ECU part number under the destination CA ( I'm assuming California) and a 2nd ECU part number for CN,US (I'm assuming Canada and United States). The regular H2 also has 2 ECU part numbers one under CA and one under CN, no US part number.

I think it is looking like California compliant bikes will be more restricted than the US and Canada bikes. But I wonder if the regular H2's in the US have a California compliant ECU and are more restricted than the Canadian bikes?
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Re: Parts Diagrams Available

Post by vcyclenut » Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:01 pm


im happy that ecu looks to be under then tank and not in the front fairing like the H2!!

under the seat would have been nice, but ill take it, lol
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Re: Parts Diagrams Available

Post by Vmatti » Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:09 pm


Is battery under the front seat or how?
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Re: Parts Diagrams Available

Post by cOoTeR » Tue Mar 06, 2018 8:27 pm


vcyclenut wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:57 pm
that's odd , I haven't seen a totally different ecu part number for California bikes before. They usually have an evap container but that doesn't require a different ecu. Do bikes have to go through separate testing to get approved for California?

lately most of the Canadian models have been the same spec as the usa models.

cOoTeR wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 2:21 pm
Digging around in the parts diagram the SX SE has a different ECU than the regular H2 (that's to be expected. But the SX SE has 1 ECU part number under the destination CA ( I'm assuming California) and a 2nd ECU part number for CN,US (I'm assuming Canada and United States). The regular H2 also has 2 ECU part numbers one under CA and one under CN, no US part number.

I think it is looking like California compliant bikes will be more restricted than the US and Canada bikes. But I wonder if the regular H2's in the US have a California compliant ECU and are more restricted than the Canadian bikes?
In certain areas if not all of California vehicles get emission tests when the re register the vehicle I believe. I was under the impression that motorcycles were exempt from that though. I could be wrong or maybe it's changing soon.

In AZ people who live or work in Tucson and Phoenix have to get cats cleared by emissions before being able to register them.
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Stock with airfilter 164whp 84ft.lbs
De-restricted + tuned 213whp 97ft.lbs
Full vandemon exhaust with tune 221whp 99ft.lbs
On Race Fuel 233whp 103ft.lbs

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