Kawasaki Ninja H2 (15-16) Information

Kawasaki’s 2015 Ninja H2 was possibly the most anticipated motorcycle to ever hit the market. Billed as “Built Beyond Belief”, Kawasaki without a doubt built an impressive motorcycle. The Ninja H2 holds a tremendous amount of potential due to its forced induction engine and Brock’s Performance is working hard to extract every last bit of horsepower possible. Safe, reliable, bolt-on performance products to take your H2 to the next level.

 

 

Brock’s Performance teams up with Sport Rider magazine to compete in the 1.5-mile Mojave Magnum with the latest Stupid Fast® Bolt-Ons & Rotobox Wheels. Check out our video and look for a feature story in an upcoming issue of Sport Rider magazine to see how this tremendous achievement was accomplished.

 


Brock’s Performance rocks the sportbike industry with their 100% bolt-on, 70+ horsepower ‘Stage 2’ performance kit – which transforms Kawasaki’s supercharged, $25,000 Ninja H2 missile into a rocket ship faster than any other production streetbike on the planet. This was proven while setting an official land-speed record and winning the 3000cc Modified Partial Streamline, Blown, Gas class at the East Coast Timing Association (ECTA) Ohio Mile with Zack Millholland in the saddle. And then, Zack rides the bike back to the Brock’s Performance facility after the event, just for fun!

 


Exhaust Sound Preview: Ninja H2 (2015) Alien Head 2™ Stainless Full Exhaust System

 


Available Soon: Ninja H2 (2015) Alien Head 2™ Stainless Full Exhaust System

Lose the H2’s FAT CAT with our ultra-light, thin-wall Stainless Steel full exhaust system. Almost as light as Titanium, at a fraction of the cost.

  • Full exhaust system weighs only 10.9 lb.
  • 20+ lb. (9+ kg) weight savings vs. OEM exhaust
  • Aerospace quality, ultra-lightweight stainless construction
  • Show-polished finish on the entire system (including head pipes)
  • Removable noise reduction insert available (sold separately)
  • Removable/replaceable muffler allows for use of the new ‘Slash Cut’ style muffler (also coming soon)

 

 


Brock uses his 25+ years of product development knowledge, and enlists help from his friend Don Guhl and others, to help unchain the potential of Kawasaki’s Ninja H2. Is it really ‘Built Beyond Belief’ or an over-hyped dud? We believe we found the answer, and we let you ride along with bike owner ‘Kurve’ during his first experience with the machine after its transformation into a hulking street menace.

 


Can You Smell What The Brock Is Cooking for the Ninja H2? Prototype product testing for the 2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2 is heating up at Brock’s Performance. Pre-orders are being accepted for Stage 1 Bolt-on Performance Kits. Call 937-912-0054 or e-mail Sales@BrocksPerformance.com to be notified about price and availability. We hope you enjoy the prototype testing on Kurve’s Ninja H2, stay tuned for more to come. Special thanks to Kurve for loaning us his bike.

 

 

 

Sport Rider Cover Story: Ninja H2 Goes 226.9 MPH with Bolt-On Mods

Sport Rider Cover Story: Ninja H2 Goes 226.9 MPH with Bolt-On Mods

 

Kawasaki Ninja H2 Magazine Test Bike Breaks Land Speed Record

Kawasaki Ninja H2 Magazine Test Bike Breaks Land Speed Record

 

New for the Ninja H2 ~ Clutch Mod Kit and HD Clutch Spring Kit

New for the Ninja H2 ~ Clutch Mod Kit and HD Clutch Spring Kit

 

219 MPH! Brock’s Stage 2 Kawasaki H2 Streetbike Faster Than a Race-Prepped H2R

219 MPH! Brock’s Stage 2 Kawasaki H2 Streetbike Faster Than a Race-Prepped H2R

 

Ninja H2 Alien Head 2 Full Exhaust Systems Available Now

Ninja H2 Alien Head 2 Full Exhaust Systems Available Now

 

Ninja H2 DNA High-Performance Air Filter Available Now

Ninja H2 DNA High-Performance Air Filter Available Now

 

Kurve's Ninja H2: First Ride Motovlog on the Brock's Equipped Beast

Kurve’s Ninja H2: First Ride Motovlog on the Brock’s Equipped Beast

 

New for the Ninja H2 (2015) ~ Fully Adjustable Window Links

New for the Ninja H2 (2015) ~ Fully Adjustable Window Links

 

Dyno Mayhem: Stage 1 Product Testing on Kurve's Ninja H2

Dyno Mayhem: Stage 1 Product Testing on Kurve’s Ninja H2

 

 

Dyno Chart – STD Scale Dyno Chart – SAE Scale

 

Click Charts for Full Size View

 

 

Installation Instructions:

Ninja H2 (2015) Clutch Mod Kit Installation

Ninja H2 (2015) HD Clutch Spring Kit Installation

Ninja H2 (15-up) Full Exhaust System Installation

Ninja H2 (15-up) Adjustable Window Links Installation

Ninja H2 (15-up) Steering Damper Riser Kit Installation

Ninja H2 (15-up) Front End Lowering Kit Installation

Ninja H2/H2R (15-up) Power Commander V Installation

Ninja H2 (15-up) Fender Eliminator Installation

Ninja H2 (2016) Clutch Conversion Kit Package Contents

 

Forums Threads:

NinjaH2.org – Brock’s Dyno Testing H2 with Exhaust

 

Manuals:

Ninja H2R (2015) Factory Service Manual

Ninja H2 (2015) Factory Service Manual

Ninja H2 (2016) Factory Service Manual

 

FAQs:

Kawasaki: Ninja H2

Bike runs poor on Newly Installed ECU Flash?

I live in the U.K. I’ve ordered a 2017 h2 Carbon and I would like to fit your stage 11 performance package Are they compatible for the European bike ? And the 2017 version?

I want to install a wrist kill switch on my Ninja H2, do you know which wire to cut?

My H2 makes a squeak noise sometimes. Some mechanics recommended that i do not use the kawasaki 10w-40 synthetic oil, because it shortens the clutch life. Have you guys run into this squeaking noise issue due to the oil or heavy duty clutch springs?

My Ninja H2 has ‘miss’ at high RPM’s

Ninja H2 full exhaust system, what type of gains could I expect over my current setup?

Slash Cut – Which is Suitable a Track map and Street map?

The fluid in the site glass of my of my Ninja H2 clutch system looks “cloudy, milky or dirty” – what causes this? What should I do?

What is Savage Mode?

What is the Brock’s Performance position on the use of overdrive supercharger gears in the Ninja H2?

With regards your stage 2 package for the H2 Question 1 – how much does the oxygenated fuel contribute to the HP gain of the whole package? Question 2 – here in South Africa the general feelings is not to use oxygenated fuel as will potentially damage the engine? Regards

Would Brock’s Performance create an ECU flash with ignition timing so aggressive that I would be forced to run race gas all of the time?