750cc Models

Best known of all the triples, the H2 was the fastest bike on earth for 1972, or so it seemed. It is still the most desired of the line, the only other one seeming to come close being the '69 H1. Made for only four years, the H2 was (and still is) popular for drag racing, and there was also a road racing version called the H2R. Kawasaki may have helped the bike's demise by bringing out their own 900cc Z1 in 1973, but the H2 was also introduced shortly before the 1973 OPEC oil crisis and at a time of general encroachment of pollution and noise regulations. A 17 mile per gallon smoking two stroke didn't have much of a chance. It's detractors say that the H2 was a "quick-fix" rushed to market until Kawasaki could release the Z1, and Kawasaki had originally planned on a 650cc brother to the H1, but those who own the H2 know the real truth.

    H2

1972

Engine:
H2E00001~
Frame:
H2F-00001~
The biggest and meanest of the triples. Fit with a magneto type CDI. Styling consistent with other '72 models. Distributed to all markets except Middle and Near East and Southeast Asia. Cylinders had very high transfer port cuts. Rated at 71 HP.
Pearl Candy Blue Pearl Gold      
H2A

1973

Engine:
H2E23158~
Frame:
H2F-23671~
Transfer ports cuts on cylinders lowered.  Locking  fuel cap.
 
Candy Purple Candy Gold      
H2B

1974

Engine:
H2E32401~
Frame:
H2F-32201~
Steering damper changed to oil type and check valves fitted in bottom of crank case. Rubber motor mount provision and  longer swingarm fitted, revised and stronger frame. Cylinders have very low transfer port cuts. Horsepower lowered to 68 HP.   Oil pump feed to carburetors added.
Candy Gold (Burnt) Candy Green      
H2C

1975

Engine:
H2E42814-H2E47866
Frame:
H2F-42547-
H2F-47556
Longer tank, shorter seat. 
Candy Super Red Candy Purple