Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio
bilski-fotografie.de

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio

9 photos

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio
Jacek Bilski

1/9
We can present these perfectly restored Kawasaki H2 models here in duplicate. They come from the first two years of construction and are – in keeping with the Classic anniversary – with a shiny paint called "Candy gold" overdrawn. Très chic!

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio
Jacek Bilski

2/9
Ralf Gille built this H2 from 1972, the first model year, from a completely tinkered bastard – with numerous "New Old Stock"-divide.

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio
Jacek Bilski

3/9
The outer ribs of the cylinder heads are brushed and not polished – just like the original.

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio
Jacek Bilski

4/9
The sublime "Mach III 750! Lettering was once only available for the Japanese market.

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio
Jacek Bilski

5/9
Year of construction 1973: The Kawasaki H2A differs not only in the decor from the first year of construction, but also in the chrome-plated front fender.

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio
Jacek Bilski

6/9
The double disc brakes were once optional, but are now standard at Ralf Gille.

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio
Jacek Bilski

7/9
Oil control made easy.

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio
Jacek Bilski

8/9
The instruments that are overhauled by specialists and that are stuck here in housings from the NOS shelf are also standard.

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio
Jacek Bilski

9/9
The candle holder in the rear identifies the 1973 model.

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio

Perfectly restored classics

Content of

We can present these perfectly restored Kawasaki H2 models here in duplicate. They come from the first two years of construction and are coated with a shiny paint called “Candy Gold”. Très chic!

Car drivers honking with their thumbs up, passers-by pausing piously, colleagues making pilgrimages to the photo studio – the unloading turns into a little spectacle every time Ralf Gille brings us one of his masterful restorations to be photographed. Classic readers will definitely remember the incredibly detailed new builds by the specialist for Kawasaki’s two-stroke and W models (see issues 6/2015 and 5/2016). This time, the restorer from Frankfurt even pleased us with two gold pieces: a completely rebuilt Kawasaki 750 H2 from 1972 and one Kawasaki 750 H2A from model year 1973. Both are presented here in their absolute original condition. And what’s more: You built in parts that are now almost worth gold. NOS is the magic word that makes enthusiasts bend their knees in awe and cross over rare material. Because “New Old Stock” stands for original stock items – unused and therefore sinfully expensive!

Buy complete article

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio

Kawasaki 750 H2 in the studio
Perfectly restored classics

Basic model completely tinkered with

The 1972 Kawasaki H2, which Gille built from a completely tinkered specimen, should particularly enjoy intense pats among connoisseurs. He couldn’t use anything more than the frame and some chassis components for the reconstruction. That is why this example in the color “Pearl Candy Gold” adorns many NOS parts. The exhaust system, mudguards, immersion pipes, rims, lamp holders, instrument housings, handlebar fittings and the seat, along with countless screws and small parts, come from old stock. All other components have been refurbished in such a way that they cannot be distinguished from new parts. This applies in particular to the slot-controlled three-cylinder two-stroke engine, which was completely rebuilt after the perfectionist had finally found the engine housing parts that matched the chassis number.

Exhaust is a high quality replica from Japan

The basis of the 1973 Kawasaki H2A was a parts package that was almost complete. Its exhaust is a high-quality replica from Japan, while the mudguards, seat, fittings, lamp holder, taillight unit and the candle holder attached to the rear bumper along with small parts were also taken from the NOS shelf. Ralf Gille had the “Candy Gold” paint set painted by a German specialist, and an Italian artist helped the first 1972 H2 to shine.

More information about the Kawasaki 750 H2 (H2A)

Kawasaki 750 H2 (H2A)

  • engine: Three-cylinder two-stroke in-line engine, slot-controlled, bore 71 mm, stroke 63 mm, 748 cm³, compression 7: 1, 74 hp at 6800 / min (71 hp at 6800 / min), three 30 mm Mikuni round slide carburetors, oil bath clutch, five-speed gearbox , Chain drive
  • landing gear: Double loop tubular steel frame, telescopic fork, Ø 36 mm, two-arm swing arm with two spring struts, double disc brake at the front, Ø 296 mm, drum brake at the rear, Ø 200 mm, dry weight 192 kg, tank capacity 17 l
  • Top speed: 203 km / h
  • Contact: Www.gille-restauration.de

Related articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *