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Re: Ninja H2 SX Top Speed

Post by vcyclenut » Mon Apr 09, 2018 5:59 pm


if you hit redline in top gear you will be right around 180 mph, if my dyno is accurate,
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Re: Ninja H2 SX Top Speed

Post by TurboBob » Mon Apr 09, 2018 6:47 pm


Do these bikes use the same sprocket as the regular H2 because because once you get the power up you will have to drop a couple of teeth to hit 200mph.
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Re: Ninja H2 SX Top Speed

Post by kman0066 » Mon Apr 09, 2018 11:19 pm


Same sprockets, but I believe the transmission is geared different.
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Re: Ninja H2 SX Top Speed

Post by mikeinatlanta » Tue Apr 10, 2018 11:35 am


Word of warning to those new to fast bikes with bags. I have learned that nobody really cares how fast any bagger will go except for other guys with fast baggers, and they can be extraordinarily sensitive about the subject.

My take is any production bagger that will pull over 150 is a very fast bike indeed. There was an HD bagger at the Texas mile that did 157 at the mile and was at about 125 at the 1/4. It's a street bike too, but very modified.

Can't wait to see the results when you guys start showing up at the mile and pinning it for the distance. I do suggest making sure your mounting will take the non-rated speeds. Can't imagine one detaching at over 150. You'll learn that dragging bags at that speed has a sub culture all it's own, and a surprising number of 200mph plus guys say they wouldn't do it.

Bags off? Most of us just have learn that the turbo ZXs and Busas own that world. Big displacement and boost is a tough combo to beat.
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Re: Ninja H2 SX Top Speed

Post by cOoTeR » Tue Apr 10, 2018 1:06 pm


mikeinatlanta wrote:
Tue Apr 10, 2018 11:35 am
Word of warning to those new to fast bikes with bags. I have learned that nobody really cares how fast any bagger will go except for other guys with fast baggers, and they can be extraordinarily sensitive about the subject.

My take is any production bagger that will pull over 150 is a very fast bike indeed. There was an HD bagger at the Texas mile that did 157 at the mile and was at about 125 at the 1/4. It's a street bike too, but very modified.

Can't wait to see the results when you guys start showing up at the mile and pinning it for the distance. I do suggest making sure your mounting will take the non-rated speeds. Can't imagine one detaching at over 150. You'll learn that dragging bags at that speed has a sub culture all it's own, and a surprising number of 200mph plus guys say they wouldn't do it.

Bags off? Most of us just have learn that the turbo ZXs and Busas own that world. Big displacement and boost is a tough combo to beat.
Our bags only have a speed rating if they are loaded.
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Re: Ninja H2 SX Top Speed

Post by DeRox » Tue Apr 10, 2018 2:21 pm


The Japanese were proud to have built a bike without the need for a speedlimit when run with cases.
I guess your sticker is to prevent rediculous claims the US is well known for :yes:
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Re: Ninja H2 SX Top Speed

Post by KevinRLi » Tue Apr 10, 2018 2:32 pm


Ok... I opened up my SE over the weekend for a short blast. I did 170MPH indicated and 163MPH on my GPS. So there is your example of how far off the speedo is at speed. No clue what the tach was doing. I was in 6th gear and had more to go but I ran out of road.
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Re: Ninja H2 SX Top Speed

Post by mikeinatlanta » Tue Apr 10, 2018 7:59 pm


Just checked. Mine are 22lb each and 75mph. Not that anyone would ever stick to that limitation. I wouldn't worry about air loads being an issue until at least 120.
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Re: Ninja H2 SX Top Speed

Post by cOoTeR » Wed Apr 11, 2018 12:19 am


mikeinatlanta wrote:
Tue Apr 10, 2018 7:59 pm
Just checked. Mine are 22lb each and 75mph. Not that anyone would ever stick to that limitation. I wouldn't worry about air loads being an issue until at least 120.
Where did you find the 75mph rating?
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Re: Ninja H2 SX Top Speed

Post by ghostwriter78 » Wed Apr 11, 2018 1:09 pm


cOoTeR wrote:
Wed Apr 11, 2018 12:19 am
mikeinatlanta wrote:
Tue Apr 10, 2018 7:59 pm
Just checked. Mine are 22lb each and 75mph. Not that anyone would ever stick to that limitation. I wouldn't worry about air loads being an issue until at least 120.
Where did you find the 75mph rating?
Mine have inside a sticker of 5kg max load looooool, and max speed 130kph.
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