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    BMW S1000RR Street Version Unveiled

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    Ask and yee shall recieve. Finally, pictures of the 2009 BMW S1000RR have made their way outside the walls of BMW HQ and onto the internet. Without a formal press release the details are a bit*sketchy right now, but the Street-going S1000RR is expected to tip the scales at 403lbs (dry), have a 999cc inline four motor, and cost 15,150 ($19,438) when it goes on sales in Germany this summer. Also present are ABS brakes and traction control. More news as we get it.









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    The press release, translated from German, follows:

    MUNICH. The 01 March 2009 when staff and fans of*

    BMW Motorrad eagerly awaited. At the beginning of the race Superbike World Championship in Iceland Phillip / Australia will be the first time, two BMW motorcycles in the starting line-up stand. According to recent tests in Portimao and Valencia look the pilots Corse Troy and Ruben Xaus optimistic about the future, the mood in the BMW Motorrad Motorsport team is good. For the purposes of the audience close racing, the racing motorbikes a relatively large series of nearby area. Behind the scenes ran in the BMW motorcycle plant in Berlin while the series production of the machine, the BMW S 1000 RR, an.
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    The package of the completely newly developed 999cc motorcycle with its four-series engine is very compact and light; Whereas the dry weight of the motorcycle is 183 kg. Both their sovereign power data as well as its excellent driving characteristics, the BMW S 1000 RR at a very attractive offer in the segment of the super athletes.*
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    The engine with its very compact cylinder head builds very narrow. The valves are very small and light towing lever actuated, which in its dimensions almost to Formula 1 level. This construction ensures very high speeds and allows the most freedoms in the design of the engine with regard to torque and power.*
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    For the super athlete BMW S 1000 RR will be a completely newly developed sports ABS with four different modes as well as the DTC dynamic traction control available. The principle of traction control will be directly transferred from the racing.*
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    The independent design of the S 1000 RR is reflected in the formal language of the segment object represents the BMW brand motorcycles, however, clear. The new S 1000 RR will be in four colors Mineral Silver Metallic, Acidgreen metallic, Thundergrey metallic, and, inspired by the BMW Motorrad Motorsport colors in Alpine White / Lupine Blue / Magmarot available.*
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    The machine series BMW S 1000 RR will be in early summer 2009, the public and is already in the trade order. 2009 the price of the BMW S 1000 RR in Germany 15.150, - Euro incl VAT”

    Source: MC24 via*HFL



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    Is that a CBR 1000RR with a BMW badge?

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    WTF an inline motor why didnt they redevelop the boxer engine ffs

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    Quote Originally Posted by AREESSMILL View Post
    WTF an inline motor why didnt they redevelop the boxer engine ffs
    Perhaps cos it's shit boring and produces fuck all power mate!!!

    BMW = Bored Mans Wheels

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    I think the Germans have gone Japanesse!

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