S1000rr vs ZX14R Battle Royale Part 1
2013 BMW S1000RR, Brock pipe, PCV w/custom map, 5" Mac Arm, -1t front,
185hp (before the ext arm went on). Full tank of 93 oct. I was 200.2lbs
fully suited (as of this morning)
2013 ZX14R, Full Akro system, Woolich Flash, Bazaaz w/custom map, 8" Mac
Arm, 17/40 gearing, Quick shifter, 201hp (same Dyno as the BMW was on). Full
tank of 93 oct. Rider is 167lbs fully suited (as of this morning, same
scale I was on)
Sorry about the editing, I am not good at that stuff yet.
Stay tuned for Part 2, he will have the air shifter fixed and I will drop
10-15lbs. I think the ZX14 is still gonna pull the S1000rr up top but, the
little 999cc is gonna make him work for it..
Dystany Spurlock PC S1000RR 868 Startitup.mov
18 year old Dystany Spurlock runs an 8.68 on the Performance Center BMW
S1000RR Dragbike during the Manufacturers Cup Finals.
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Roland Sands Design BMW S1000RR Drag Bike! - On Two Wheels Episode 30
On this episode of On Two Wheels, Super Streetbike magazine takes us inside
Roland Sands Design to check out their newest project, the 2012 BMW S1000RR
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Is the new BMW S1000RR the new king? Interview with Nate Kern
This is the bike dethroned by the new Kawasaki Ninja H2R!
The ZX10R was one of the most powerful 1000cc bikes out there. The 193HP
BMW S1000RR is no joke however and seems poised to challenge the ZX10R on
the track and street. We spoke to Nate Kern, who is a champion racer, about
BMW's new weapon, the S1000RR.
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»ACTION-VIDEO HP4« - BMW S1000RR Test und Interviews
Auf der MotoGP Strecke in Jerez de la Frontera präsentierten die Bayern
ihr neues High-End Superbike BMW S 1000 RR HP4. HP steht für High
Performance und damit verspricht der deutsche Motorradproduzent nicht
zuviel. Der Technologieträger ist bestückt mit Race-ABS (mit IDM
Setting), Traktionskontrolle von -7 bis +7, Launch Control für perfekte
Starts und erstmals mit einem elektronischen Fahwerk, das sich an den
dynamischen Zustand des Fahrzeugs und an den Fahrbahnzustand anpassen kann.
Mit dem Calibration Set stehen dem Fahrer schier unendliche
Einstellmöglichkeiten zur Verfügung. Schade ist, dass man das Competition
Paket mit Carbonteilen und einstellbaren Fußrasten und Hebeln extra
bestellen muss. Ein kleiner Wermutstropfen, den man leicht verkraften kann,
denn das Motorrad ist eine Sensation. Das findet nicht nur
Ex-Superbike-Weltmeister Troy Corser, den wir interviewen konnten.
► 2015 BMW S 1000 RR 199 HP - Test on Racetrack
With refined torque delivery and peak torque of 113 Nm (83 lb-ft), an
increase in engine output of 4 kW (6 hp) to 146 kW (199 hp), plus a
reduction in weight of 4 kg to 204 kg with a full tank of fuel and Race
ABS (making allowances for equipment), the superbike that first debuted in
2009 is entering a new generation. Besides eliciting even sharper
performance from the new S 1000 RR, particular attention was also paid to
designing the bike to be even more rider-friendly. Whether it is used for
everyday riding, flitting through bends on country roads or being put
through its paces on the race track – the new S 1000 RR excels in every
To enable optimum adaptation to the prevailing riding conditions, the new
RR bike already comes with three riding modes as standard: “Rain”,
“Sport” and “Race”. If the Pro riding mode option is selected,
these can be supplemented by the two additional modes “Slick” and
“User”. The Pro riding mode option also features Launch Control for
flawless racing starts as well as the programmable pit-lane speed limiter
for sticking exactly to the pit-lane speed limit. When this feature is
activated, it has the additional effect of producing the impressive
soundtrack familiar from the world of motorcycle racing. The HP Gear Shift
Assist Pro, which can likewise be ordered as an ex-works option, enables
lightning-fast clutchless upshifting and downshifting.
The new RR already leaves the factory with Race ABS (semi-integral) as well
as Automatic Stability Control (ASC) included as standard. In conjunction
with the optional Pro riding mode feature, it can be equipped with Dynamic
Traction Control (DTC) including banking sensor and precision calibration.
All control systems have been retuned and further improved in terms of
their control precision and characteristics.
For the first time, the RR is now also available with an electronic speed
control for staying within the current speed limits (ex-works option).
The multifunctional instrument cluster comprises a new dial for the
analogue rev counter as well as a redesigned LCD display offering a far
greater array of functions.
The new S 1000 RR furthermore features a new electrical system and a more
powerful sensor box, along with a smaller battery weighing around 1 kg
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