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BMW S1000RR vs Ducati 1299 Panigale vs Yamaha YZF R1
Superbike vs Superbike | Drag race BMW S1000RR vs Ducati 1299 Panigale vs Yamaha YZF R1 Amazing Drag Race between this 3 great Bikes!!! BMW S1000RR It’s not so much how much more powerful, faster and better handling the new S1000RR is, it’s how easy it is to manage. With its clever, multi-layered, fully adjustable electronic systems the new RR will amaze and reward, whether you’re stepping up to a 1000 for the first time or you’re a racer. It’s friendlier on the road, too, thanks to the engine’s extra flexibility, cruise control and heated grips. BMW have raised the superbike bar and produced a superbike even better than the HP4. Ride Quality & Brakes 5 out of 5 A 500g-lighter cast ali frame has a shaper rake and trail (23.5°/96.5mm) and an 8mm longer wheelbase (1425mm). A new triangular-shaped section around the swingarm pivot adds strength and flex. Forks and rear shock are revised, but you can opt for the semi-active (DDC) system, first seen on the now discontinued HP4. Handling was already superb, but now it’s sharper and more confidence-inspiring. With electronic suspension ride quality is even plusher. Engine 5 out of 5 A new cylinder head, lighter valves, shorter air intakes, a larger airbox and a full ‘E-gas’ ride-by-wire system adds 6bhp, bringing power up to 199bhp and a wider spread of torque. Although 1bhp more than the 2014 BMW WSB Evo racer and savagely fast, the new S1000RR’s sophisticated electronics gives the rider lots of control and confidence. HP4-derived traction control and anti-wheelie are smoother and there’s an optional ‘user’ riding mode, for you to mix and match your preferred electronics settings. Build Quality & Reliability 4 out of 5 Build-quality is superb and general reliability is excellent. You’ll find scare stories on forums, as well as occasional hiccups on previous model S1000RRs, but dealers are quick to react and rectify problems. Insurance, running costs & value 5 out of 5 You get an awful lot of mechanical and electronic sophistication, not to mention all that power and racetrack handling for the money. Insurance group: 17 of 17 – compare motorcycle insurance quotes now. Equipment 5 out of 5 In its standard form the S1000RR is well-equipped with electronic rider aids, Brembo brakes, a new dash and of course a 199bhp engine. But tick the options boxes and you can have electronic suspension, a quickshifter, downshifter, a datalog dash display, lightweight wheels, launch control, pitlane speed limiter, heated grips, cruise control…the list goes on. You can go a step further and opt for the optional 2D datalogger, lap timer, race ECU, or carbon parts, rearsets or luggage. Ducati 1299 Panigale It’s not surprising that Ducati’s 1299 Panigale S feels as fast as a racing bike as it thunders on to the main straight at the Portimao circuit in Portugal, lifts its front wheel under sheer horsepower at about 100mph, and is still accelerating at almost 170mph by the time I have to brake for the next bend. Back in the pit garage, Ducati’s test rider Alessandro Valeria mentions that he recently lapped his local Mugello track in Italy as quickly on the 1299 as he did in 2003 on the exotic “works” 999 on which British rider Neil Hodgson won that year’s Superbike world championship. What was undreamt-of performance for the average motorcyclist barely a decade ago is now available from a mass-produced streetbike. Of this year’s crop of exciting super-sports machines, it’s the Ducati that has the most impressive vital statistics of all. Its 1,285cc V-twin produces 205bhp, a few more than most of its closest competitors. And at just 190.5kg with fuel, the 1299 is the lightest of the gang. With its bodywork subtly reshaped to incorporate headlights in the fairing’s air intakes, and a tail section tweaked in similarly stylish fashion, the Panigale would win a lot of votes as the most beautiful, too. In Ducati tradition, the 1299 comes in two forms, a standard model and the S, which features lighter forged wheels plus uprated electronics and suspension. Yamaha YZF R1 Yamaha is back. After riding the latest R1 at Sydney Motorsports Park in Australia last February, we walked away amazed, but we also left with a huge list of unanswered questions. Racetrack press introductions allow a motorcycle to be tested near its limits, exploring aspects of performance that are virtually impossible to sample on public roads. But therein lies the problem: Racetracks don’t do a good job of indicating how motorcycles work in the real world of traffic, commuting, imperfect pavement, and speed limits. motorcycle + psychedelic = MotOrcyCheDeLIc :- please tell me what you wanna see. That's important for me. youtube channel - e mail - twitter - @motorpsyxk ( )

Police, 300KM/H, Almost Dead & more - Best Onboard Compilation [Superbikes] - Part 4
[Definitely you would like this video because it's a mix of some speed, luck, joking police and amazing skills to ride super FAST! PLEASE RIDE SAFE ]. - CREDITS: Ducati Panigale: Peter Knaup: Yamaha R1: Owner, please contact me: ¿? Yamaha R1: SuperBike Chans: Kawasaki ZX-10R & Yamaha R6: Murtanio: BMW S1000RR: Marthinus Cordier: ZX10R VS K8 VS R1: ÖMER FARUK Yaman: S1000RR: Owner, please contact me: ¿? RSV4: GHOSTRACER46: GSXR 600: Tiago Faria: ** ANY CREDIT OR COPYRIGHT ISSUE CONTACT ME AT , before taking any action. I'll credit/remove the clip and help solving the problem. Thank you. Get FEATURED: More SPEED here: If you have a video send me an email at [] Gracias por ver este video, ojala te guste. Thanks for watch this video. Suscribete,Like. Subscribe. ********************************************** Especial, gracias por todas sus visitas. GREAT VIDEO, GRANDIOSO This collection is made ​​with videos of other youtube channels are not cleared my property .. Esta recopilacion esta hecha con videos de otros canales de youtube aclaro no son de mi propiedad.. ©Las canciones o videos incluidos en este video tienen derechos de autor reservados.. ©The songs or videos included in this video are copyrighted .. -- All Credits to original Uploaders, This is My Edition in a Compilation formula, showing the most amazing moments ! ANY CREDIT ISSUE , CONTACT ME DIRECTLY. EMAIL ME AT . I'll Credit your clip or remove the clip. I wasn't able to found the sources of some videos. Hope you understand. Thanks. -- DISCLAIMER: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing." The materials are used for illustrative and exemplification reasons, also quoting in order to recombine elements to make a new work. The original works were altered quantitatively or qualitatively and the video does not compete with the market for the original works. There were used small portions of the materials in a new context and expression for illustrative reasons only. I do NOT own the video materials and all credits belong to respectful owners. In case of copyright issues, please contact me immediately for further credits or clip delete. [ India, Indonesia, Daivo, Tailand, USA, Germany ] [ Dangerous ride, fast, crash, sport bike, TT, police vs Bikes, fatal, ilegal, racing ]

BMW S1000RR Vs Lamborghini Aventador / Yamaha R1 vs BMW S1000RR
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Yamaha R1 turbo
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