Kawasaki Triple Dragbike - Super Eliminator
A movie about the Super Eliminator drag racing class. The class features
Kawasaki H2 and H1 triples, Suzuki GT 750 Water Buffalos, a Polaris
Starfire powered dragbike, Yamaha RD 350's and 400's and could have a
Suzuki 500 twin racing this year. Photos 1 and 3 at the end are courtesy of
kawasaki 750 triple hillclimb
This is a old home video of a kawasaki 750 triple h2 in a kx 250 frame.
Also includes a suzuki with a 750 triple and an unknown honda with ? for
Kawasaki H2 750 2 Stroke Norway
Here we have a early 1970's 750 cc Two Stroke big minger! With it's
hi-performance expansion chamber Exhaust pips and stage 3 tuning it has to be one
of the fastest stock Kawasaki triple in the world.
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Yamaha RD 350 two stroke drag race
A Yamaha RD 350 YPVS based drag bike running 9.745s in a 1/4 mile drag race
at Santa Pod. Running in the other lane is a Suzuki TL1000 drag bike.
Specs: Fully custom Chrome Moly frame, one off fibreglass body, PMFR
wheels, 7" rear slick, 440cc CPI Cheetah Cub block on RD350YPVS bottom
end, +7mm crank, 68mm Wiseco pistons, 40mm Lectron carbs, PVL ignition,
custom pipes, VP C16 fuel with Castrol A747 oil
Kawasaki KZ1300 fuel injected Turbo project
Kawasaki Z1300 turbo by Richard
The particular Z1300 turbo is the
handwork of Richard Fluttert from the Netherlands.
Richard had already built 3 versions of carburetor Z1300's some years ago
but after a career in Superbike racing he remembered those earlier builds
and wanted to build one again.
This one is based on a fuel injected 1989 legendary six anniversary edition
never sold in the US.
_ The turbo uses a Rajay F40 turbine
housing and a F Flow compression wheel.
_ A high volume Scavenge Pump is mounted to return the oil from the turbo to the engine.
_ The blow off valve is from a Subaru STI and the external wastegate comes
_ A high pressure fuel pump and two fuel pressure regulators were added and
a lamda probe welded in the Exhaust
sends fuel/air mixture data to a cockpit display.
_ The ignition is changed.
_ The bike has about 200hp with 8psi turbo pressure.
Photography by Vincent Bruger
Video by Farid Bessamé
Music by Farid Bessamé
Kawasaki H2 100HP Denco Cobra
1st test ride after restoration.. Still have some final adjustments and
tuning to do (midrange jetting is way rich), but she's a runner!!!!!!!!
KAWASAKI H2 ゼンシン カスタム コンプリート
Fastest Mach number 3!
Zero Yong nine seconds!
More than highest speed 240km/h!
Kawasaki Mach number(MACH) It is the general term of the motorcycle series
of the on road type having two three stroke cylinder engines which は,
Kawasaki Heavy Industries produce it, and it sold.
500cc that started sale in North America in 1969(H1) It is 250cc cubic
centimeter displacement (S1), 350cc (S2, the back, S3 of 400cc), 750cc in
the model by の success for reputation, 1972 years(H2) I added three の
car models and formed two three stroke cylinder fleets of four car models
in total and called this the Mach number series. Furthermore, I call a
large displacement volume car model of H1 and H2 "Big Mach" (a big Mach
number), and I call small (the frames are different) S1, S2 of the
displacement volume and S3 with "Middle Mach" (a middle Mach number), and
there was able to be the distinguished thing.
The pet name of this "Mach number" was used till I changed the name of
these car models with KH (the series) in a model in 1976.
About the name of a model for Japan, "SS" was added after official name
displacement volume (an example)： As for 500 Kawasaki SS Mach number III,
an export car does not have this "SS"), and "500 Kawasaki MachIII H1" and
displacement volume get a model name.
Z650 is announced in 1975, and H2 becomes extinct in form to pass the baton
to this. The effluent gas / noise is influence of regulating it in the next
year, and all the KH series withdraws from the North America. 250 / 400
which I was able to anticipate of the demand continued by the relations of
the driver's license system any place other than the North America, but, as
for 500, a model became extinct with this. The export for Europe of 250 /
400 became the end last, too, but it was produced models as an article for
Japan until about 1983 for 1980 years.
750SS MACH IV(H2)
Mach number III of two three stroke air-cooling cylinder 500cc released in
1969(H1) I won a favorable reception from はその strong acceleration
characteristics in Europe and America, but I made a little difference and
came to be gradually robbed of popularity for performance when I was late a
little, and Honda CB750 was released though the price was about 1.5 times.
A car model Kawasaki has already started the development of four four 750cc
stroke cylinder cars as of the this past, but to exceed CB with all aspects
by an appearance of this Honda CB750(Z1) Because I decided I was similar,
and to change it, it developed that what I could market was after 1972.
On this account it is Mach number IV that I enlarge the boa stroke of the
H1 engine as the thing which can overwhelm CB in acceleration
characteristics and the maximum speed as an equal of the meantime at least
(in other words fastest the world), and did with 750cc(H2) である.
The means corresponding to the Exhaust
/ noise regulation that bad H2 of the mileage depends still more even if
compare it with H1 by the oil crisis that occurred right after Z1 was begun
to sell in autumn, 1972, and became realistic is poor; S1(250cc) /
S3(400cc) / H1(500cc) But, only H2 became model extinction having a model
in 1975 whereas I changed a name of it to 400 KH250 / / 500 each (even if
accompanied with power down daringly) and continued.
Kawasaki H2 750 drag bike at Spa circuit, Belgium.
The 40 Years of the Kawasaki H2 celebrations at Spa in Belgium - 1st July
2012. I was riding my H2c Street "Drag Bike" - any more than a quick burst
of speed and the motor would not have lasted for Four laps . . It
performed well, even though the clutch gave up on the First lap.