Insane Kawasaki H2 burnout

Awesome gear changing burnout at full throttle + 2019 H2 and 1983 GPZ750 Turbo comparison.

Kawasaki H2 Burnout

THE KAWASAKI H2 first stocked in dealers in 2015, and since then has been a huge hit amongst riders and adrenaline junkies alike.

The bikes supercharged 1000cc engine produces around 230bhp (243bhp with RAM air), and 141Nm of torque at 11,000rpm.

Pretty radical, but this isn't Kawasaki’s first forced induction motorcycle, in fact, it was in all the way back in 1983 that Kawa manufactured the turbocharged GPZ750, which had 112bhp and 99Nm of torque at 6,500rpm.

In its heyday, the old 750 Turbo was labeled one of the fasted production motorcycles in the world… Oh how far we’ve come.

New Kawasaki H2 SX - Closer look | EICMA 2017

2019 H2 VS 1883 GPZ750 Turbo 

2019 H2 Specs


1983 GPZ750 Turbo Specs

Engine type: Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four with Supercharger


Engine: Air-cooled 4-stroke, transverse 4-cylinder with Turbo

Displacement: 998 cc


Displacement: 738cc

Bore x stroke: 76 x 55 mm


Bore and Stroke: 66 x 54mm

Compression ratio: 8.5:1


Compression ratio: 7:8:1

Valve system: DOHC, 16 valves


Valve System: DOHC, 2-valves per cylinder

Fuel system Fuel injection: Ø 50 mm x 4 with dual injection


Fuel System: Mikuni fuel injection

Ignition: Digital


Ignition: Digital

Starting System: Electric


Starting System: Electric

Lubrication: Forced lubrication, wet sump with oil cooler



Maximum power: 170 kW {231 PS} / 11,500 rpm


Maximum Power: 112 hp (84 kW) @ 8,500 rpm (1983 model)

Maximum power with RAM air: 178.5 kW {243 PS} / 11,500 rpm



Maximum torque: 141.7 N•m {14.4 kgf•m} / 11,000 rpm


Maximum Torque: 73.1 lb⋅ft (99.1 N⋅m) @ 6,500 rpm

Transmission: 6-speed, dog-ring


Transmission: 5-speed

H2 Burnout




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