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    A Ride to the C&EMCC Show

    My ride to the C&EMCC Illawarra Show and Shine at Cooper St Reserve Engadine, on my Kawasaki H2 Triple in 2019

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    Sorry, we couldn’t find that page

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    Quote Originally Posted by V8Ian View Post
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    Around 8.20 was good.

    I kept waiting for the revs to hit the powerband and the front wheel head skywards.

    DL

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    Quote Originally Posted by 350RRC View Post
    Around 8.20 was good.

    I kept waiting for the revs to hit the powerband and the front wheel head skywards.

    DL
    H2s don't have a powerband, or an instant rush of power at a certain rev range, they are almost like a 4 stroke, power delivery is constant from about 1500rpm through to max RPM or redline, it's how hard you twist that throttle and what gear you're in that makes them wheel stand.

    That's a myth and one of many myths about the H2 or H1 for that matter.
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    Am I thinking of something earlier............500 triple Mach 3 or something?

    As an early teenager there was a guy up the street who had the 350 version and I wanted one!

    I'm here today coz it didn't happen.

    cheers, DL

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    Quote Originally Posted by 350RRC View Post
    Am I thinking of something earlier............500 triple Mach 3 or something?

    As an early teenager there was a guy up the street who had the 350 version and I wanted one!

    I'm here today coz it didn't happen.

    cheers, DL
    Nah H1 (Mach 3) was pretty much the same, what young riders didn't realise was that they were a very fast bike and the power was there straight away like a 4 stroke, so when you twisted that throttle like an old 650 Triumph, well something amazing happened, the thing took off like a scolded cat

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