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Re: NINJA H2

Postby z900/zx9 » Tue Sep 01, 2015 12:09 pm

Jonnymac wrote:
z900/zx9 wrote:Well took the ZX9 out today and I must say I am loosing the love,may keep as a spare bike or if some one wants a good zx9 I may sell it.

No surprise really.....

Well a little surprised as initially the H2 was a real brute to ride and control from the touchy throttle , the rock hard suspension,riding position it is only now after 5,500 ks that i have adapted to most issues including changing my body positioning and riding style.if i wasnt so determined its possible that some People would have got the shits with it,infact there are a few on the H2 site that have done exactly that and have sold or selling there bike.
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby JimZXR » Wed Sep 02, 2015 11:55 am

Year, K's, condition, photos, etc?
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby z900/zx9 » Wed Sep 02, 2015 4:10 pm

JimZXR wrote:Year, K's, condition, photos, etc?

Ok i have 2 zx9s, one has done 70,000 2002 model no redg or roadworthy,new front rotors,braided lines, no noises that shouldnt be there,tingate slip on roadworthy 003 bridgestone front and rear gold coulor $2500.00
Second one is 2001 model $3900.00 Green coulor 54,000 ks also new front rotors and pads ,yoshi pipe,factory jet kit,pazzo levers,braided lines,carbon heel guards,ventura rack,anodized gold bar ends head stem plug pegs and rear, Geelong carbon craft rear hugger,new bridgestone rear tyre roadworthy 003 front tyre and new yuasa battery.If you interested i can put pics up over the weekend.I even have a trailer for sale so you can tow it back to NSW.
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby dilligaf » Fri Sep 11, 2015 10:30 pm

That is why God made fast motorcycles, Bubba.... Hunter S. Thompson.
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby ironkiwi » Mon Sep 14, 2015 11:54 am

Lucky Bastid!
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby z900/zx9 » Mon Sep 21, 2015 6:56 pm

Latest update My supercharger is being replaced on the H2,apparently running out or over tolerance, will find out tomorrow how long to get part. Wheel bearings and hub shaft took 2 weeks so im expecting similar.Kazz is giving me shit saying I give my vehicles' a hard time Diff on pursuit replaced plus wheel bearings and supercharger on the h2,do I strike you as someone who would use a vehicle as it was intended to be used . ;)
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby Victor » Thu Oct 15, 2015 10:04 am

z900/zx9 wrote:Latest update My supercharger is being replaced on the H2,apparently running out or over tolerance, will find out tomorrow how long to get part. Wheel bearings and hub shaft took 2 weeks so im expecting similar.Kazz is giving me shit saying I give my vehicles' a hard time Diff on pursuit replaced plus wheel bearings and supercharger on the h2,do I strike you as someone who would use a vehicle as it was intended to be used . ;)

How many K's you've done mate?
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby z900/zx9 » Thu Oct 15, 2015 2:56 pm

Victor wrote:
z900/zx9 wrote:Latest update My supercharger is being replaced on the H2,apparently running out or over tolerance, will find out tomorrow how long to get part. Wheel bearings and hub shaft took 2 weeks so im expecting similar.Kazz is giving me shit saying I give my vehicles' a hard time Diff on pursuit replaced plus wheel bearings and supercharger on the h2,do I strike you as someone who would use a vehicle as it was intended to be used . ;)

How many K's you've done mate?

About 5,600 ks
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby z900/zx9 » Tue Oct 20, 2015 9:54 pm

Well the supercharger story ends like this , there was nothing wrong with it,there gauge for measuring tolerances was out,this was discovered when they checked the new supercharger for tolerance .Yep 3 weeks of the road for nothing pretty happy as you could imagine.Pick it up tomorrow after a small test ride and a second check to make sure the tensioners are all good back to having supercharged fun. ;)
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby dilligaf » Tue Oct 27, 2015 5:54 pm

That is why God made fast motorcycles, Bubba.... Hunter S. Thompson.
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby z900/zx9 » Thu Oct 29, 2015 8:27 am

Yep what a surprise NOT,always thought there would be some sort of follow up,doesnt worry me as i bought mine to ride,maybe sucks for those who bought it to sit around and look at it hoping it would appreciate fast.I see they are remapping the ecu to deliver smoother power,good in some ways as the first H2 will always be the most aggressive and just that little bit more mental. This will also encourage more companys to do aftermarket add ons as well,mind u i will only be adding a tinted screen which has already been ordered.slip on pipe wise there will probably be more options mine u i am happy with my accra.
600cc supercharged which is on the radar would be pretty interesting,anyone want 2 and a half zx9s ;)
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby ironkiwi » Sat Nov 07, 2015 10:28 pm

Apparently there was an h2r doing a trackway last saturday, my mate was saying how it was blitzing everything in a straight line and leaving massive darkies out of the corners and for most of the straights as well!
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby Jonnymac » Mon Nov 09, 2015 10:10 am

Yes there was one at Phillip island on Tuesday as well.

The thing was a weapon it was ridiculous just as it got under the footbridge anything which kind of stayed with it was eaten up like it was standing still.
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby z900/zx9 » Mon Nov 09, 2015 4:27 pm

:D :D :D :D ;) Yep ;)
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Re: NINJA H2

Postby dilligaf » Thu Mar 03, 2016 5:23 pm

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