All the engine, none of the bodywork — Kawasaki's Z H2 took the 998cc, supercharged four and chassis of the H2 to make one of the most powerful production naked superbikes you can get. The Z H2 makes 197 hp at 11,000 rpm and 101 ft-lbs of torque with a weight of 525 pounds and drops some of the electronics for a lower price point. Instead of electronically-controlled suspension, a manually-adjustable Showa fork is used, and Brembo supplies the brakes front and rear. Traction control, ABS, and anti-wheelie control are available, and all the aids are selectable from a new TFT display. While not as high-strung as it's H2 sibling, the Z H2 slots in with some of the best superbikes from other manufacturers, and the supercharged engine gives it something decidedly different from the competition.