BMW S1000RR

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BMW S1000RR
Manufacturer
BMW
Also called S1000RR Sport, S 1000 RR Sport, S 1000 RR
Production 2009 - 2019
Class Sport Bike
Engine
in-line four, four-stroke
Bore / Stroke 80.0mm x 49.7mm
Compression ratio 13.3:1
Top Speed 124 mph (200 km/h)
Horsepower 194.85 HP (145.3 KW) @ 13500RPM
Torque 83.35 ft/lbs (113.0 Nm) @ 10500RPM
Air Filter K&N BM-1010 `10-18[1]
Spark Plug NGK LMAR9D-J
Battery YUASA YTZ10S
Transmission Gear box: 6-speed

Final Drive: chain

Clutch: multiplate clutch in oil bath, anti-hopping clutch, mechanically controlled
Final Drive Chain: 525X117
Front Sprocket 17T
Rear Sprocket 45T
Suspension Front: upside-down telescopic fork 46 mm, compression and rebound stage adjustable,
Rear: aluminum double-sided swing-arm, central spring strut, adjustable rebound and compression-stage damping
Brakes Front: double disc. abs. floating discs. four-piston calipers.
Rear: single disc. abs. floating disc. single-piston caliper.
Front Tire 120/70-zr17
Rear Tire 190/55-zr17
Wheelbase 56.61 inches (1438 mm)
Length 80.71 inches (2050 mm)
Width 32.52 inches (826 mm)
Height 44.88 inches (1140 mm)
Seat Height 32.09 inches (815 mm)
Weight 395.73 pounds (179.5 Kg) (dry), 208.0 kg (wet)
Fuel Capacity 4.62 Gallon (17.50 Liters)
Fuel Consumption 6.70 liters/100 km (14.9 km/l or 35.11 mpg)
Competition Honda CBR1000RR, Kawasaki ZX1000C, Suzuki GSX-R1000
Manuals Service Manual


The BMW S1000RR was a in-line four, four-stroke Sport Bike motorcycle produced by BMW between 2009 and 2019. It could reach a top speed of 124 mph (200 km/h). Max torque was 83.35 ft/lbs (113.0 Nm) @ 10500 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 194.85 HP (145.3 KW) @ 13500 RPM.

Engine[edit]

The engine was a oil & air cooled in-line four, four-stroke. A 80.0mm bore x 49.7mm stroke result in a displacement of just 999.0 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a double overhead cams/twin cam (dohc).

Drive[edit]

The bike has a 6-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the multiplate clutch in oil bath, anti-hopping clutch, mechanically controlled.

Chassis[edit]

It came with a 120/70-zr17 front tire and a 190/55-zr17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via double disc. abs. floating discs. four-piston calipers. in the front and a single disc. abs. floating disc. single-piston caliper. in the rear. The front suspension was a upside-down telescopic fork 46 mm, compression and rebound stage adjustable, while the rear was equipped with a aluminum double-sided swing-arm, central spring strut, adjustable rebound and compression-stage damping. The S1000RR was fitted with a 4.62 Gallon (17.50 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 395.73 pounds (179.5 Kg). The wheelbase was 56.61 inches (1438 mm) long.

2009 BMW S 1000 RR[edit]

The 2009 MY BMW S 1000 RR sports a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 999cc, in-line four cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission, and can produce 193 horsepower and 112 Nm of torque. It combines the best technologies from the House of Munich, such as the Race ABS and the Dynamic Traction Control, as well as engine mappings that combine with the aforementioned technologies to offer a choice between four riding modes, Rain, Sport, Race or Slick, all select-able with a touch of a button. Also it features a 4-in-2-in-1 stainless steel exhaust system and a light aluminum bridge frame, which increase the performance of this cool machine. Add to this a dry weight of only 183 kg, and it is easy to understand why this is one of the preferred supersport machines among Beemer fans.

2010 BMW S 1000 RR[edit]


The 2010 MY BMW S 1000 RR is the most powerful production motorcycle ever to be designed by the House of Munich. It sports a powerful, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, in-line four cylinder powerhouse, mated to a manual, six-speed transmission with quickshift, and can produce, a gut-churning 193 horsepower and 112 Nm of torque. In addition, it has a dry weight of only 183 kg, which gives it one of the best power to weight ratios in the world of production motorcycles.

Also, it can be purchased with race-derived technologies such as the Race ABS, Dynamic Traction Control, and comes standard with four select-able riding modes, Rain, Sport, Race or Slick, which makes it one of the most desirable machines among Beemer fans, and not only.

2011 BMW S 1000 RR[edit]

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The 2011 MY BMW S 1000 RR is arguably the most powerful production bike to be designed by the House Munich up to date. At its heart lies a powerful, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, in-line four cylinder powerplant paired to a six-speed manual transmission with a quickshift function, and produces 193 horsepower and 112 Nm of torque. As opposed to the previous model, it now comes with standard Race ABS, which can be used in conjunction with the optional Dynamic Traction Control and the engine mappings to provide four selectable riding modes, Rain, Sport, Race or Slick. Also, it feature a premium suspension package, composed of a 46 mm upside down front fork and a cast aluminum swing arm, which ensure superior maneuverability.


2012 BMW S 1000 RR[edit]

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The 2012 MY BMW S 1000 RR is arguably the most powerful production motorcycle from the House of Munich. At its heart lies a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 999cc, in-line four cylinder powerplant mated to a six-speed transmission, and can produce a gut-churning 193 horsepower and 112 Nm of torque. It features four selectable riding modes, Rain, Sport, Race or Slick, which influence technologies such as the ABS, the Dynamic Traction Control, Electronic Suspension Adjustment or the ride-by-wire.

Also, it has received new paint schemes, being available for purchase in Racing Red with Alpine white, Bluefire, Sapphire Black metallic or the classic BMW Motorrad Motorsport colors.


2013 BMW S 1000 RR[edit]

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The 2013 MY BMW S 1000 RR is a powerful machine, designed by the House of Munich to resemble as closely as possible a professional racing machine. It comes standard with race-derived technologies such as the Dynamic Traction Control (DTC), a Gear Shift Assist and the BMW Motorrad Race ABS, as well as high-end parts, such as the 46 mm upside down front fork, 4 titanium valves per cylinder, EVO braking system, BMW Diagnostic equipment interface, as well as a drop sensor and a multifunctional instrument cluster.

At its heart lies a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, in-line four cylinder powerhouse paired ti a six-speed transmission, that produces an asphalt-wrinkling 193 horsepower and 112 Nm of torque.


2014 BMW S 1000 RR[edit]

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The 2014 MY BMW S 1000 RR is the most powerful mass-produced machine from the House of Munich. At its heart lies a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, in-line four cylinder powerplant mated to a six-speed transmission, and can produce 193 horsepower and 112 Nm of torque. Also, it comes with race-derived technologies such as the BMW Motorrad Race ABS as standard, Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) and a gear shift assist.

Other features such as the titanium valves, the 46 mm upside down front fork, the EVO braking system and the high-grade steel, 4-in-2-in-1 exhaust system make it reach unparalleled levels of performance. A wide range of accessories and technologies are available for purchase and increase the desirability of this machine.


2015 BMW S 1000 RR[edit]

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The 2015 MY BMW S 1000 RR boasts an increase in its power output, reaching 199 horsepower, as well as a weight reduction, tipping the scale at 450 lbs with ABS and traction control. At its heart lies a powerful, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 999cc, in-line four cylinder powerhouse mated to a six-speed transmission, and produces 199 horsepower and 113 Nm of torque. Also, its suspension and technologies have been revised, making for a more plush ride, as well as one with improved cornering abilities. The Dynamic Damping Control and the Dynamic Traction Control come as standard, as does the Shift Assistant Pro and the E-gas (ride-by-wire). It features three selectable riding modes as standard, Rain, Sport or Race, with the possibility of adding two more, Slick and User, to ensure the optimum amount of power, no matter the road conditions.


2018 BMW S 1000 RR[edit]

2018 BMW S 1000 RR


Unveiled at 2018 EICMA, the BMW S 1000 RR is all-new for 2019, with the superbike being lighter, easier to control and even faster than its predecessor. Technically at its third generation, the new model features a redeveloped engine and suspension, with the engine's output being increased by 8 hp to 207 horsepower (only 205 hp in the U.S.), while the total weight reduction go down to just 193.5 kg with the M Package.

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  1. 2019 K&L Supply Co Catalog. K&L Supply Co. 2019.