Centerstand drop pushes Kawasaki to recall Ninja H2 SX SE

 Centerstand drop pushes Kawasaki to recall Ninja H2 SX SE

Ninja H2™ SX SE

The Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE is being reviewed for the current week, in view of an issue with the bicycle’s inside stand, which may see it drop down to the ground surprisingly. This review influences all the H2 SX SE bikes sold by Kawasaki in the US , which is approximately 350 to 400 units, and in addition any H2 SX models that have included the center-stand as a re-seller’s exchange alternative.

The issue concerns the center-stand stick on the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE, which may have been inappropriately welded, and may move or tumble off subsequently. This can cause the spring that holds the center-stand to isolate, and this makes the stand fall.

Since the centerstand dropping surprisingly causes a danger, a review was recorded with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

To cure the issue, Kawasaki USA will inform influenced proprietors, and Kawasaki dealers will replace the left centerstand section, for no charge.

The recall is suppose to start from September 19th, 2018.

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Source: NHTSA

Akash Dolas

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