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Old 10-06-2014, 06:20 AM   #1
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VIDEO Kawasaki Ninja H2R tested on track

If powerslides upset you look away now


KAWASAKI has just released its 11th promo video showing the Ninja H2R undergoing track testing.

The 296hp hyperbike, unveiled at Intermot show last week, is seen being ridden around Autopolis, Kawasaki's test track in Japan.

The video ends with a written message saying: 'Getting sharper and sharper.' before '4 November, 2014 EICMA' appears on screen, presumably telling us that is when the H2 will be officially unveiled.

According to sources at Kawasaki, only 10 'R' models and 15 street-legal H2s will reach UK shores at a cost of £50,000 and £25,000 respectively. Both will be available in March next year.

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