News : Kawasaki H2R Vs Ducati Panigale V4R Speedometers

 News : Kawasaki H2R Vs Ducati Panigale V4R Speedometers

In this article comparing the speedos of two deadly speed demons.


Kawasaki H2R Speedometer 

With fantastic and powerful engine, chassis and forward looking electronics are here on H2R to support rider in every riding situation.
 
Now depending on the rider preference, many of the systems on the bike can be turned on and turned off that gives rider the best riding experience on the bike.
 
High speed acceleration and potential also provides the extra degree of rider reassurance.
 
 
The high tech speedometer design is similar to that of a jet fighter aircraft. At the rider’s fingertips are all the handle control switches 
 
LCD Speedo is designed in a way that has both analogue and electronic tachometer.The best part is the LCD screen uses a reverse display that is it has black background with white characters on it that provides high grade image to view.The display functions has
    • Indicator for Gear position
    • Odometer
    • Mileage
    • Trip Meters
    • Average Mileage
    • Fuel Consumption
    • Coolant Temperature
    • Boost Indicator
    • Boost Temperature
    • Stopwatch ( Lap Timer)
    • Clock and
    • Economical Riding Indicator
 
  • Tachometer design uses an actual needle, but the black dial “face” looks blank until the engine speed increases. Backlit rpm numbers light up to chase the tachometer needle as it moves around the dial.

  • Compact new handle switch design allows all instrument functions to be controlled from the handles.
 
Ducati Panigale V4R Speedometer
 
 
Unlike H2R the new Panigale V4R doesnt have analogue speedo but the entire speedo is electronic that manages all riding phases  based on the use of the 6-axis inertial platform by Bosch (6D IMU – Inertial Measurement Unit).
 
The Pit Limiter makes its debut on the bike, limiting its speed when riding in the pit lane.The display functions has
    • Indicator for Gear position
    • Odometer
    • Mileage
    • Trip Meters
    • Average Mileage
    • Fuel Consumption
    • Lapp off
    • Bosch Cornering ABS EVO
    • Ducati Traction Control EVO
    • Ducati Slide Control
    • Ducati Wheelie Control EVO
    • Ducati Power Launch,
    • Ducati Quick Shift up/down EVO,
    • Engine Brake Control EVO and 
    • Clock

Pic Courtesy : Kawasaki and Ducati

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