Kawasaki H2 750 Jet Kit
Kawasaki H2 750 Carb Kit
(Sold direct only - no dealers on this one, sorry)
Custom 5 clip postion, 5 angle needles for a much more exact fuel control.
Brand new exact reproduction needle jets
3 sizes of Genuine Mikuni pilot jets.
A large selection of Genuine Mikuni large round main jets. Sizes 102.5
Setup instructions with suggested settings.
Stainless steel allen head float bowl screws.
Kit also includes a list of problem areas associated with this bike and
how to minimize these problems during the tuning process.
Your Kawasaki H2 750 will never run better with the stock carbs because
I have over 2 years in R&D on this kit.
We are a SUDCO dealer and are able to give a good
deal on all the parts that they offer for your Kawasaki H2 750.
Seat covers, airbox parts, replica stock
exhaust systems and many many more parts.
We also keep in
stock for your H2:
Float bowl gaskets
Genuine Mikuni needle and seat sets
K&N stock replacement air filters
UNI foam pod filters too
have been an obsessed fan of this bike since it was first released and
bought my fisrt H2 back in 1980 (I couldn't afford one until I was 20
yrs old) It was a 1975 H2 C model.
Having owned many 2 strokes throughout my life, I was very accustomed
to how they should run, and the H2 had several issues that were very difficult
to get rid of that other bikes (yamahas) did not have.
powerband that ended very abruptly
and pinging at small throttle openings from an excessively lean mixture
that would not respond very well to adjustments (needle clip, pilot jet,
air screw & float level) It just seemed like this is the way it was
and would have to be accepted for what it is..... I was a young kid at
the time and no knowledge of manufacturing my own parts at that time.
the intake snorkel was removed, the bike would ping on it's way towards
redline, although it would make more power..... raising the main jet would
get rid of the pinging, but would also drop the power somewhat.
was definetly overlooked in the stock carbs.
foward to 2008....
A customer brought me a 1972 model with trans problems and the job turned
out to be more than he wanted to spend, so we made a deal and I bought
and restored the bike.
the jetting perfectionist that I am, I was determined to really fix all
the carb problems associated with this bike... The hardest part was getting
it to stop pinging and bucking which involved designing needles that had
5 separate angles on them.
This problem is now completely solved, the bike is actually a pleasure
to ride in all situations, and makes more power than it ever did.
The annoying bucking/pinging/poor driveability has finally stopped, and
overall vibration is dramatically reduced.
soon - dyno charts
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