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    Re: Why aren't Ninja HR2 street legal in Ontario?

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    Update from the Texas Mile: 237.1 mph in a standing mile, 215.3 in a half mile. Wow.

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    Re: Why aren't Ninja HR2 street legal in Ontario?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian P View Post
    Update from the Texas Mile: 237.1 mph in a standing mile, 215.3 in a half mile. Wow.
    Crazy numbers.

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    I'm not going to ask how one would attempt to enlarge one's penis with a motorcycle.
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    Re: Why aren't Ninja HR2 street legal in Ontario?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian P View Post
    Update from the Texas Mile: 237.1 mph in a standing mile, 215.3 in a half mile. Wow.
    Supposedly stock H2R. 400km/h (250mph) in 26 seconds. Bike clearly had a lot more in it at the top. Thing's a monster:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_n7ru1e-rg

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    Re: Why aren't Ninja HR2 street legal in Ontario?

    Except that one is known BS ... they're relying on the bike's speedometer, which is known to read high (as all production vehicle speedometers are apt to do). The Texas Mile numbers are taken using proper timing equipment.

    237.1 mph = 381.6 km/h ...

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    That is true. Never occurred to me that he could be reading high, but after a search I see the Kawasaki speedos have been found 4.5% overspeed. 400km/h-4.5%=382km/h x.62=236.8mph. Still impressive, and with a lot more to go up top it seemed to me.

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    Uhh.... because penis.
    Hehe, because Penis too small = need big bike to compensate.
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    Re: Why aren't Ninja HR2 street legal in Ontario?

    Quote Originally Posted by CHRIS63 View Post
    The Ninja H2ôR motorcycle is a closed-course riding use only model and is not manufactured for use on public roads, streets or highways.

    Taken off the kawasaki website
    It's fun to read the whole page - https://www.kawasaki.ca/product/ninja-h2-r

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