Written on: 05/10/2010
What a howling loon of a motorcycle, incapable of keeping the front wheel on the deck, this gets grannies waving umbrellas and grumpy old men mouthing obscenities. Its markedly quicker than the 250, and feels fiercer than the 400, the s series engines are smooth, revvy and just plain lovely to ride, begging to be wound up to 5500 where they fly like a startled deer. Its thirsty but I never had any problems with centre pot overheating, handling i consider better than the suzy GTs, better than... (read more)
Written on: 11/03/2010
wanted one since 1972,now recently aquired a low mileage model (less than 2000miles)just fired her up,she sounds just like the one i admired in 72.will shortly be registering and launching(can hardly wait).styling is like no other,with a reputation rivaling the mighty H2. (read more)
Written on: 29/12/2008
I've had a lot of bike and I gotta say that this thing was a rocket! Quicker than anything I've ridden before or since I'd pay top dollar to have her back! Well recommend Kawasaki S2 350. (read more)
Written on: 08/07/2008 by michel belz (1 review written)
I love her! Legendary bike. Very pleasant design. Hellfire sound. (read more)
Written on: 04/05/2008
The Kawasaki S2 is fast as lightning. I routinely beat 500-750 cc bikes in 1/4 mile.
Unusual purring sound of the 2 stroke triples. I miss mine (read more)
Written on: 02/04/2007 by geek49203 (1 review written)
In some ways, the Kawasaki S2 350 series is the '57 Chevy of the motorcycle world. If you care for your bike, it should appreciate in value, somewhat like a carefully-chosen vintage care.
The press for the S3 was very complimentary when these bikes were released, and those articles are online.
If you want a bike that you can drive without tinkering, one with an electric start, and one with a low seat and a low Center of Gravity, this isn't for you, much like a vintage car isn't an... (read more)
Written on: 12/09/2005 by griffs2350 (1 review written)
3 cyl 2 stroke with claimed output of 45bhp. The Kawasaki S2 350 produces no-where near this of course, but still has more power than any other production 350 until the LC Yamaha.
Does handle OK, doesn't get out of shape too badly in the power-band if the road is lumpy, unlike it's bigger brothers. Drum brake needs constant adjustment to keep it working averagely, fades like buggery at speed - just about acceptable around town.
Fuel consumption is terrible, add that to synthetic 2t oil and... (read more)
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