I sent this note to someone at Kawasaki and they said it was a good idea:
>Kawasaki's footprint at the NY Moto Show was impressive and well visited.
The obvious big draw was the Ninja H2 and H2R plus the dragster version.
The H2R was responsible for many momances (motorcycle romance) being draped in carbon fiber and futuristic lines. To be honest, I would buy a toilet seat if it was made of carbon fiber.
For those of us with a family and a restricted budget, we would have to buy a new car over a H2 and the H2R could only exist in our world as a first pick in a Motorcycle Fantasy League.
For those who could only dream of these rides, it might be advantageous for Kawasaki to make scale models of the H2R including the carbon fiber details. They could be collector's items and kept under a Plexiglas display.
It's too late for this Christmas but I would venture to guess there would be a market for this type of item.
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