Kawasaki triple

52.2 / 71 at 6,800 min-1 (H2 -A)

75.4 at 6,500 min-1 (H2 -A)

Full ventilated rear hub simplex drum brake Ø 200 mm

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The Kawasaki 750 H2 was a motorcycle of the Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki.


After the success of the Kawasaki 500 H1 developed Kawasaki Kawasaki 750 H2 Mach IV as the new top model, that should set the standard in acceleration and top speed. At its launch in 1971, she was the most powerful mass production motorcycle; it was outbid by the Kawasaki Z1 until the end of 1972. Even in the smaller classes rounded to the offer in 1972 with the 250 S1 Mach I, in Japan as 250 -SS and 350 S2 Mach II (350 -SS), and in 1974 with the 400 S3 Mach II (400 -SS).



The mixture preparation is done by three round slide Mikuni VM 30SC with 30 mm aperture. The ignition was designed as a contactless CDI high voltage capacitor ignition. Striking feature of Kawasaki 750 H2 are the two exhaust pipes on the right side and another on the left.


The H2 was modified within the short construction time at short intervals.


The comic book character Hans Rainer cable ( fr. Jean -Raoul Ducable ) of the Joe Bar Team riding a Kawasaki 750 H2.