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Beautifully modified. The extended tail piece certainly makes the bike stand out. With a seat like this, you'll never have to worry about falling off.
It is a real treat to be able to see this rare white S1 in such a beautiful shape. The S1 seems to be very popular maybe because it resembles so much of its big brother, the '72 H2 Mach IV.
the infamous '69 Mach III. With almost 6000 miles on it,
now rides frequently and claims to spend a lot of time on the rear
When Bill got the bike, it had a lot of modifications, but he had
returned it to stock.
to sweat and $$ pouring into a restoration project, look no further
Barry's H-2A above. This bike has a nice blend of originality and
modifications. Equipped with brand new chambers, 34 mm carbs, and
0.040 over Wiseco pistons, this triple should elevate the thrill to the
next level during hard acceleration. As one can see from the picture,
attention was left out even down to the nuts and bolts. Either way,
is enjoying it tremendously whether it's parking or screaming.
are my good friends from Germany. They have been supplying me a lot of
great pics over the years but this little modified S1-A definitely
a closer look.
The 250 c.c. engine is ported and dressed with nicely polished cases. With Allspeed mufflers, H1-downpipes, Koni shocks and H-2R seat, this S1-A drastically takes a transformation into a unique looking racer. To finalize the mods, the following parts were added: Grimeca 4ls brake, Krober ignition and rev-counter, Acront alloy rims, custom made rearsets, and loads of new nuts and bolts. A very, very nice piece of work.
will start emailing Paul from here on to ask him where to obtain some
the neat parts similar to the ones on this H2. Looks like the tail even
has a spoiler. Also, noticed the Denco badge, that is RARE stuff.
what it would pull in 1/4? Great job on the H2 Paul!
Below is the exact email from Paul:
Just found your web site and thought you would enjoy seeing our collection!
photo is my 1975 Denco 122 hp H2 Kawasaki. I have designed a
70's series "Hot Rod" and have been having alot of fun with it!
engine is a stage 3 Denco with pro cut cylinders, 772 cc, Wiseco altra
light pistons, Falicon super crank, Factory Pipe Products
I customized this bike myself, ride it on the streets in Florida!! Great FUN!!
Enjoyed your website - will add to our favorites and will keeping visiting it!!
Paul & Patti -- Sarasota, FL
is extracted from Boots' email.
Next up is my 73 H2. I built this H2 in 96 with my friend Richard Pollock (renowned Duel Sport Harley!!!builder) so that whatever horsepower I choose to build will be handled.
I wanted the original look so I stayed with twin shocks and standard type forks. But the upgrades (and machine shop $) abound. Yamaha FJ1200 Alloy upper & lower clamps, Adjustable preload and damping 43mm forks. FJ fender. New EPM 18" Magnesium wheels with TZ750 mag rotor carriers and FJ1200 rotors.(once destined for my TZ750). SBS Sport/comp pads. Koni 7610 Gas Shocks. Suzuki GS1100E 11" Halogen Headlight. Hella Horn. Braced (according to Rob North) & Powdercoated Frame. GPZ750 Turbo Boxed Alloy Swing Arm with eccentric chain adjusters (single shock brackets removed and adjustable twin shock brackets added).. Rr disc brake from GPZ550 with TZ750 drilled rotor. LH side TZ750 Alloy Steering Damper.
by NBI Upholstery in San Diego. 73 H2 Reproduction paint by Mark
in Oceanside, Ca. Polished engine cases, upper & lower clamps &
fork sliders. Engine was beadblasted for a clean look.
Bike: '70 H1
a very low mileage H1 -- believe it or not -- only 240 miles.
purchased this bike and the background is it was once own by a pilot.
pilot died in a plane crash and left this beautiful '70 H1 all covered
up in a hanger at Edwards Airforce Base in the Southern California
The bike also came with original tool kit and owners manual. The
owner is gone after 30 years but the bike remains as new as the day it
was taken out of the showroom floor.
Note: Josh sold this bike!
Spence of Texas (NAKTC
Bike: '72 H2
$7000 frame-off restoration project that would only be done by a pure
enthusiast. Scott owns approximated 60 bikes over the years but he
there is nothing compares to the 'ol triple's for raw horsepower and
All that $$ and swet traslates to:
Email Scott if you have questions for him: email@example.com
Russle of Michigan
Bike: '74 H2B
many H2's are still around with less than 5000 miles? Well, here is one
with with 4500 miles and appears to be in terrific shape! Bike is
stock except for the K&N filters and fresh 20 over Wiseco pistons.
Allen claims it runs great and almost "scarry fast" !
Email Allen if you have questions for him: firstname.lastname@example.org
Smith of Jacksonville, FL (NAKTCMember)
Bike: '73 H2A
a treat to see another beautifully preserved purple
H2A. This H2A is totally stock including the original factory
Bill only needed to revive the clear coat on the side covers by buffing
and reclearing to make it showy again. The bike was last run about 4
ago and it is seeing the streets again today. Only 6100 miles
nearly 28 years, it averages only 218 miles per year.