S 1000 RR
An Icon Among Superbikes.
The RR led to a revolution in the sport superbikes category right from the outset. One constant factor for the RR has been its impressive power curve and, in terms of performance, it is still a trailblazer today. Now the S 1000 RR comes with DTC Dynamic Traction Control as standard for even greater driving dynamics and road safety. As a result the S 1000 RR remains a thoroughbred among sport bikes â€“ whether on the road or on the racing circuit. Its innovative technology allows you to experience its performance with greater intensity and immediacy than ever before.
The liquid-cooled four-cylinder in-line engine in the S 1000 RR is capable of 146 kW (199 hp) at 13,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 113 Nm at 10,500 rpm. Impressive statistics that are palpable to its riders. Yet even with this level of performance, the standard DTC Dynamic Traction Control ensures significantly greater safety.
The rear silencer with dual flow results in increased torque within the lower engine speed range as well as an improvement in the charge cycle. This also reduces exhaust gas back pressure for increased power. The new EU-4-standard and noise standard are met without any losses in performance.
Damping Control (DDC).
Setup in milliseconds. The DDC (Dynamic Damping Control) adjusts the electronic chassis optimally to the riding situation within milliseconds. At intervals of 10 milliseconds the DDC control unit processes a wealth of information such as traction, banking and damper feedback. For you as a rider, this means the RR has the optimum set-up for damper compression and rebound at all times. So compromises in the suspension settings are now a thing of the past.
Traction Control (DTC).
Perfect adjustment even in tilted position. DTC (Dynamic Traction Control), which now comes as standard, makes a significant contribution to a high level of driving dynamics and outstanding road safety. Particularly under changing driving conditions, on surfaces with low levels of adhesion and in case of sudden leaps in friction coefficients, DTC Dynamic Traction Control provides invaluable assistance. Rear wheelspin is detected via the ABS sensors and the angular rate sensor, adjusting the engine control system for the best possible traction. DTC also detects banking and takes this into account during regulation. The DTC has the optimal setting for the currently selected riding mode. In connection with the Pro riding mode, DTC +/- shift enables an individual adjustment of the traction control to different grip conditions DTC is individually combined with each of the different riding modes, thereby ensuring maximum driving safety at all times.
Agility and traction perfected with the ideal combination of steering angle of 66.5°, 1,438 mm wheelbase, and swing-arm pivot point, the optimal combination of agility and directional stability is achieved. The chassis of the S 1000 RR is also aligned to pure riding performance. The suspension geometry provides the rider with an excellent feeling for the front area. The high level of agility, easy handling, mechanical grip on the rear wheel and feedback on the rear wheel's limit range just underline the intensive riding experience of the S 1000 RR.
Pro Shift Assistant.
Gear changing from racing sport. Pro Shift Assistant is a feature known and loved by racers. With blipper function it enables shifting gears up or down simpler without clutch. Meaning you always have the handlebars firmly in your grip. In addition load change influence on the rear wheel is considerably reduced, leading to better lane retention. And last but not least, Pro shift assistant also reduces shifting time. You'll learn to love it â€“ and not just when you're within the limits.
- Available in Granite Grey Metallic / Black Storm Metallic, Racing Red / Light White or Light White / Lupin Blue / Racing Red
- BMW Motorrad Race ABS
- DTC (Dynamic Traction Control)
- Reverse Gear Shift Pattern Ready
- DTC (Dynamic Traction Control)
- Gear Shift Assist Pro
- Passenger Kit (Pillion Seat and Foot Pegs)
|Type||Water/oil-cooled 4-cylinder 4-stroke in-line engine, four valves per cylinder, two overhead camshafts|
|Bore x stroke||80 mm x 49.7 mm|
|Rated output||146 kW (199 hp) at 13.500 rpm|
|Max. torque||113 Nm at 10.500 rpm|
|Compression ratio||13.0 : 1|
|Mixture control / engine management||Electronic injection, variable intake pibe|
|Emission control||Closed-loop 3-way catalytic converters, EU-4 norm with electronically controlled interference pipe|
|Performance / fuel consumption|
|Maximum speed||over 200 km/h|
|Fuel consumption per 100 km based on WMTC||6.7 l|
|Fuel type||Super (premium) unleaded, octane number 95 - 98 (RON) (knock control; rated output at 98 RON)|
|Battery||12 V / 9 Ah, Maintenance-free|
|Clutch||Multiplate clutch in oil bath, anti-hopping clutch, mechanically controlled|
|Gearbox||Constant-mesh 6-speed gearbox, straight-toothed|
|Chassis / Brakes|
|Frame||Aluminium composite bridge frame, partially self-supporting engine|
|Front wheel location / suspension||Upside-down telescopic fork diameter 46 mm, compression and rebound stage adjustable, adjustable preload|
|Rear wheel location / suspension||Aluminium 2-sided swing arm, compression and rebound damping adjustable, adjustable preload|
|Suspension travel front / rear||120 mm / 120 mm|
|Steering head angle||66.5°|
|Wheels||Alumunium cast wheels|
|Rim, front||3.50 x 17"|
|Rim, rear||6.00 x 17"|
|Tyres, front||120/70 ZR 17|
|Tyres, rear||190/55 ZR 17|
|Brake, front||Twin disc brake, floating brake disc, 4-piston fixed caliper, diameter 320 mm|
|Brake, rear||Single disc brake, single piston floating caliper, diameter 220 mm|
|ABS||BMW Motorrad Race ABS (part-integral), disengageable, modes to select|
|Dimensions / weights|
|Seat height||815 mm|
|Inner leg curve||1805 mm|
|Usable tank volume||17.5 l|
|Reserve||approx. 4 l|
|Height (excl.mirrors)||1.140 mm|
|Width (incl. mirrors)||826 mm|
|Dry weight||179,5 kg|
|Unladen weight, road ready, fully fuelled 1)||208 kg|
|Permitted total weight||407 kg|
|Payload (with standard equipment)||199 kg|
Technical data relate to the unladen weight (DIN) 1) According to guideline 93/93/EWG with all fluids, fuelled with at least 90% of usable tank volume