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- 14.7 psi
- Posts: 11
- Joined: Sat Jun 22, 2019 9:36 am
- Location: sydney australia
- Bike(s): 2018 H2 Sx Se
I wanted something that no one else has. I loved the sheer speed and the technology. It was different. I loved the looks. He’ll i just love everything about this bike.
- Pressure Building
- Posts: 56
- Joined: Sun Jul 01, 2018 6:21 am
- Location: Dallas, Oregon
- Bike(s): H2 SX SE, BMW R1200RT, 2014 Valkyrie, Beta 500RR-S
I’ve already done the ZX-14R, the newer version of the VMax and then later missed the performance of those machines. The SX SE has the performance I was missing, but also reasonably comfortable, has cruise control and luggage capabilities....bought it in July of 2018 and loving the bike ever since. Just my two cents.
- Pressure Building
- Posts: 67
- Joined: Sat Nov 23, 2019 3:54 pm
- Location: Midwest
- Bike(s): 1988 Yamaha FZR1000, 1994 Yamaha FZR1000, 2018 Kawasaki H2 sx
Been wanting a new bike. A fast one that can handle spirited twisties. Im too poor for an H2, my back is to messed up to truly enjoy long rides in a sport bike anymore. This bike hits most of my check boxes! And it can be made fast enough and reliably enough were nothing else will touch it (straights) unless they are HIGHLY modified. It will be a bike that's 20 years old and still go toe to toe with the new bikes.
88 & 94 FZR1000 piped sprocket jetted V&H PowerPak
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78 mustang cobra 302
85 mustang gt 302, HCI 3.55 holset turbo
04 bmw 645ci
05 subaru baja turbo
92 honda civic
- Posts: 258
- Joined: Sun Mar 10, 2019 10:12 am
- Location: Suffolk, UK
- Bike(s): H2 SX SE Perf. Tourer
- x 24
- x 53
My previous bike was a BMW K1300S and I was very happy with it . It was written off when "Bambi" ran into the road in front of me, so I chose that option in the poll. That said, the reason I had the K1300S and then the H2 SX SE is that I want a bike that I can load up with a pillion and luggage for a week, ride 500 to 600 miles across France and Germany in a day, at speed, to the Alps or the Pyrenees, then ride the passes like I'm on a sports bike.
- Starting Engine
- Posts: 5
- Joined: Sun Dec 15, 2019 10:19 pm
- Location: Montreal, Canada
- Bike(s): 2018 H2 SX
I've had recently had a 2015 C14 (with SISF flash) and 2018 a stock N1K, both lacking a bit in kick. The C14 was great for long distances but awkward in city traffic. The N1K handled great, light around town and a blast going up Mt Washington but buzzed like crazy on the highway at 5-7k rpm. Hopefully this H2 SX will be the ticket, so far so good. I already have Vcyclenut's flash, just waiting for the break-in period to be over which for me will be in the spring!
- 14.7 psi
- Posts: 10
- Joined: Wed Apr 13, 2022 5:55 am
- Location: Utah
- Bike(s): Aprilia RSVR, Honda RC51, Triumph Speed Triple, Kawi H2 SXSE
- x 7
I have a 130 mile commute for work, and when I ride my sport bikes it gets a little uncomfortable and the Speed Triple doesn't have the wind block. I had a Ducati ST4s but it was a dog, hated it. The Kawi checked all my needs and is exciting.
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