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Re: kawasaki h2c wanted

#16 PostAuthor: Garry.L » Tue Mar 12, 2019 5:46 pm

You don't amass a truly stunning collection like yours Malc without a LOT of hard work.

Enjoy your retirement Bud - you've earned it. :D
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Re: kawasaki h2c wanted

#17 PostAuthor: RAYZ1 » Sat Mar 16, 2019 9:27 am

marmck wrote:This is my old H2C ( 1 of only 76 imported to the UK ), Have a chat with someone who has had one , They drink petrol , eat plugs , even when set up properly they surge ( want to be thrashed ) at a constant speed . But they are a gorgeous looking bike . Had mine for 4 years , sold it 7 years ago 4 £12K so make sure as with any classic it is all correct before buying ! Good luck


Couldn’t agree more , I’ve had my h2b since 1980, since then I’ve had several h2c’s. All off the h2c’s either vibrated more ore surged worse than the C. I did have a discussion with a guy a few years back who experienced similar, he was advised by a dealer that the factory tooling was worn and barely in tolerance towards the end of the line , hence the issue . Is it true ? who knows but plausible
I still have an A,B and C irrespective of foibles still unique and stunning
My H1e is my fav for a triple blast though , rubber mounted engine , virtually no vibration ,dump the clutch from the redline and it’s perfectly controlled, thrash it through the gears to 100+, and no surging , and visually it better proportions as package, H2 proportions of engine /frame /tank a bit brutal - but it is a brute still and that’s the appeal and why I still have my one 40 years on , and it’s on the road
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Re: kawasaki h2c wanted

#18 PostAuthor: wilsonsjw11 » Sat Mar 16, 2019 5:11 pm

Malc,
Enjoy you're well earned retirement and thanks again for the guided tour of your workshop a couple of years ago there are some magnificent bikes in there.
Regards Steve

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Re: kawasaki h2c wanted

#19 PostAuthor: Savage » Sun Mar 17, 2019 10:35 am

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Re: kawasaki h2c wanted

#20 PostAuthor: Simonic » Sun Mar 17, 2019 11:36 am

Savage wrote:There's a purple one on ebay:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1975-Kawasak ... 100623.m-1

That looks really nice....
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Re: kawasaki h2c wanted

#21 PostAuthor: Garry.L » Sun Mar 17, 2019 12:36 pm

Not really what you're after but just be shown a VERY nice early (April 72) Blue H2 that will be for sale shortly.

Same as.....

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