[Kawasaki's evolving supercharger bike]
-Kawasaki Ninja H2 was announced at the 2014 Milan Show and monopolized the topic of the venue.
-The name comes from the 1971 2-stroke 3-cylinder Nanahan, 750-SS / MACHI V (H2), which caused a sensation around the world with overwhelming acceleration performance.
-The new generation H2 has specially developed a 998cc water-cooled parallel 4-cylinder engine equipped with a centrifugal supercharger to achieve [providing acceleration power that nobody has ever experienced].
-This engine with a maximum output of 200 horsepower is mounted on a steel tube trellis frame.
-The cowl is shaped to pursue aerodynamics. The upper cowl with an open ram air intake has a chin spoiler shape at the bottom, and one headlight is located in the center. The rear mirror stay has a wing cross-section that produces downforce.
-In addition, the vehicle is equipped with various electronic control devices.
-Ninja H2 CARBON is a special grade added in 2017. As the name implies, the upper cowl was made of carbon fiber, and the engine was powered up to 205 horsepower.
-A 1/12 scale plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the 2018 model of Ninja H2 CARBON, a superbike developed by combining the technologies of Kawasaki Heavy Industries.
-Length 174mm, width 76mm, height 96mm.
-Precisely reproduces a water-cooled parallel 4-cylinder engine equipped with a supercharger.
-Modeled cowls of public road specification pursuing aerodynamics, such as a three-dimensionally shaped upper cowl equipped with headlights and rearview mirror, side cowl and rear cowl, as they are.
-Mufflers and light cases are plated parts.
-The tires are made of synthetic rubber with realistic tread patterns.
-Engine, swing arm and cowls are fixed to the frame with screws.
-Car name logo and distinctive [river mark] are metal inlet marks.
-Transparent parts such as headlights and tail lamps.
-Includes masking line seal for fuel tank.
-Total length = 174mm
* The picture shows the kit assembled and painted.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )