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
TEST RETRO | Kawasaki 750 H2 1973
Essai Kawasaki 750 H2 1973. Extrapolé de l'indomptable 500 H1 et son
moteur 3 cylindres deux temps, la H2 est devenue un mythe et dès sa sortie
en 1972 se place comme la plus puissante des motos avec ses 74 ch. Une moto
à sensations pour l'époque mais qui reste très contrôlable. La H2 c'est
aussi le crépitement du deux temps, ses fumées et ses odeurs... ces
dernières n'étant pas encore imprégnées dans la vidéo !
Voir l'essai complet de la Kawasaki H2 sur La Moto Classic :
Kawasaki H2 750 Engine Rebuild
This is my mates Kawasaki H2 750 Triple that I have rebuilt the engine for
him with all new re-bored Cylinders wiseco pistons, complete reconditioning
of the crankshaft all new bearing and seals throughout in Dec 2010 - Jan
1977 Kawasaki KH400
Well here is the latest update of my 1977 Kawasaki KH400 that I built 4
years ago, when I built it I could not afford to get the chrome plating
done of all the part I,e front & rear mudguards, fork covers & rings, fork
ears, speedo cable & brake pipe bracket, Revcounter cable Brackets, petrol
cap Etc, so if you look in the other vid clips you will see that they all
were powder coated with aeromax which was cheaper to do, don`t get me wrong
as this still looked great but is was not what it should be originally, so
for building the Kawasaki 750 H2 triple Engine for my Mate Kevin, he paid
to have my Chroming Done which is Triple Chrome, so that is zinc on steel
then polished, then copper and then polished, then the chrome on top, and I
am well chaffed as I think has made the whole bike far better than it was
when it came out of a show room, Oh wait a minute I forgot Mine did not
come out of a show room.... as I built it from a frame and Half an engine
and a log book for 99 pence ;-)
KAWASAKI H2C 750SS MACHⅣ 1975 Super-Mach ライダーズカフェMACHⅢTV
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Information on shop holiday
The next day on the first Tuesday every month becomes shop holiday.
Kawasaki Mach (MACH) is a generic name of the motorcycle series of the
on-road type with two stroke three cylinder engine by which Kawasaki Heavy
Industries was doing the manufacturing sales.
500 that began selling in North America in 1969 The success of cc (H1) was
received, and displacement 250 in the model in 1972 cc (S1) and 350 cc (It
was 400 in the S2 back S3 of cc) and 750 Three models of cc (H2) were
added, two stroke three cylinder car group of four models in total was
formed, and this was called a Mach series. In addition, S1, S2, and S3 that
the large displacement model of H1 and H2 was called "Big Mach (Big Mach)",
and the displacement is small (The frame is also different) were called
"Middle Mach (middle Mach)" and it was distinguished occasionally.
The name of these models was used for the pet name of this "Mach" with KH
(series) by the model
until changing in 1976.
"SS" was not added after an official displacement by the car for export for
the name of the model for Japan as for this "SS" (The example: Kawasaki 500
SS Mach III etc.), and the model name is given to "Kawasaki 500 MachIII H1"
and the displacement.
Z650 is announced in 1975, and H2 disappears in the pass type ..this... All
KH series will withdraw from North America next year because of Exhaust gas/noise regulation. 250 to be able to
expect demand in the relation etc. of the driving license system excluding
North America/ 500 had this and the model disappeared though 400 continued.
It is 250 in the end as for the model in 1980/ It was produced for Japan
until about 1983 though export for 400 Europe was ended, too.
Air cooling two stroke three cylinders 500 that had been put on the market
in 1969 As for Mach III (H1) of cc, popularity came to be deprived
gradually when HONDA CB750 was put on the market a little delaying though
the price was about 1.5 times the performance without the great difference
though it was popular from the strong acceleration in Europe and America.
Kawasaki is 750 already before this Marketing because of assumption as the
change in all respects to model (Z1) more than CB by the appearance of this
HONDA CB750 becoming after 1972 became clear though it started the
development of four cc 4 stroke cylinder car.
Therefore, the boa stroke of the H1 engine is expanded to accelerate at
least and to overwhelm CB at maximum speed as the rival candidate between
those (That is, velocity of the world) and 750 Having assumed cc is Mach IV
* H2 (model in 1972): Initial type
* H2A (model in 1973): Swing arm extension
* H2B (model in 1974): Mule mount of wheelbase extension, down (74 ps →
71 ps) of max power, and engine, oil pressure type steering wheel dampers,
and tail caul/lamp change
* H2C (model in 1975): Tank change
Video sur les motos les plus belles du monde
des annees 1960-1970
Kawasaki KH 500 A8 triple....
Kawasaki KH 500 Triple...first run after restoration.
There's a few little bugs to sort out,the tacho and speedo are sticking,
and some fine tuning required.....other than that I'm very happy indeed..
1974 Kawasaki H2B..Not perfect or mint, Just a rider.