The RAM Air Intake featured on Kawasaki Ninja H2 which gave the bike a boost of another 10 HP taking the entire total to 210 HP for the road legal version. The race stack version though got 310 HP and that is seriously insane making it the fastest production motorcycle available today.
This is one part you don’t often see on bikes in India but if you do see, it is only on those high end superbikes. Just by the name most of us can simply guess the purpose of the part. But it is just not that simple. A motorcycle chain in its lifetime goes through a lot of stress and jerks which cause it to loosen up. This ends up a maintenance task of adjusting the chain for optimum slack and tightening from time to time.
Every petrol-head knows about the insane Ninja H2R, which is crowned the most powerful and the fastest motorcycle ever produced, beating the Suzuki Hayabusa and its compatriot- the ZX-14R. Have you ever wondered what happens when it is pitched against the fastest supercars ever built?