The updated version of the bike will get a new intake system, ECU, tyres, brakes and a whole lot more. The bike makes a whopping 31hp more than the previous version. The bike will also feature what the company calls a new “self-healing” paint-job.
At 231hp, Kawasaki has impressively increased the engine's power while keeping the outgoing model’s Euro-IV compliance and fuel efficiency ratings. Torque is also up by 8.2Nm, taking it up to 141.7Nm. The bike also gets an updated air-filter, intake chamber, spark-plugs and ECU.
It will also be fitted with new Bridgestone-branded tyres and Brembo’s top-of-the-line Stylema callipers that first appeared on the Ducati Panigale V4. The bike will be equipped with a TFT screen fitted with Bluetooth connectivity.
These changes will also make their way to the next iteration of the H2 Carbon as well.