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2012 BMW S1000RR

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BMW S1000RR Overview

Started in 2009 BMW S1000RR crushed The competitors,offering unprecedented power and sophisticated electronics carried in an excellent-handling and lightweight package. It was more than the competition could handle, and will remain so until another manufacturer steps up its game to match BMW’s ultra-potent super bike.
the 2011 BMW S1000RR Gain top Motorcycles,and Now BMW Launches new Series The 2012 BMW S1000RR

2012 BMW S1000RR With an aluminium bridge, radial brakes, the BMW S1000RR comes standard in Canada with Race ABS, Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) and Gear Shift Assist. Never before is it so easy to keep so much power under control. This is just as true on public roads as it is down on the racetrack.

The new S1000RR have many benefits from the advanced developments for the engine, suspension, and handling. It has also gained yet another step ahead in terms of design. The tail section now presents a considerably leaner look. There have been some discrete changes to the asymmetrical side panels, and the center airbox cover now sports side aperture grilles. On the top part of the panels, a new, telling identifying feature takes the form of two winglets that enhance the aerodynamic qualities.

The 2012 BMW S1000RR Have the water cooled four cylinder inline engine of solely 59.8 kg delivering a top power output of 142 kW (193 hp) at 13,000 rpm and a top engine speed of 14,200 rpm. The max torque of 112 Nm is reached at 9750 rpm.

The new S1000RR features a modified frame with a new steering head and tail section. Besides new key figures for the geometry there is also a 20% larger cross section of the intake air guide in the steering head. The steering head angle is now 66° instead of the earlier 66.1°. The wheelbase has now been shortened by 9.3 mm to 1422.7 mm, and the after run has been lengthened by 2.6 mm to 98.5 mm. The fork bridge offset (front end) is now 2.5 mm shorter at 29.5 mm. In addition, the fork projection is 5 mm shorter than in the predecessor model. These modifications also included revisions to the steering head bearing for a lower breakaway torque and hence greater steering precision.

2012 BMW S1000RR US MSRP Price: $15,050 USD

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