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|05-28-2019 12:21 PM|
|Older Guy||I just talked to Irv Seaver BMW - they have deposits on 14 bikes and most coming in are the M package with the carbon wheels....he said around $23,000. Bike comes in Red for other models and tri color for the M model. No black until next year. 17 bikes total coming in by August. He said his 2015 is 200 RWHP and these are stronger.|
|05-28-2019 10:13 AM|
|Older Guy||You may be correct but up until now, it's been the R-1 and Ducati.....|
|05-28-2019 09:34 AM|
https://www.motorcyclenews.com/bike-.../s1000rr/2019/ , https://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocia...s1000rr-review
So yeah, I'm sure it's a great bike but BMW are engineers not miracle workers.
|05-28-2019 07:56 AM|
|Older Guy||from the magazine: by Chris Ulrich....The 2020 BMW Sl000RR makes a claimed 205 bhp and 83 lbs.-ft. of torque at the rear wheel. Power delivery is very linear and easy to control, with 73 lbs.-ft. of torque at 4,500 rpm and building from there thanks to variable valve timing and variable-length velocity stacks. Full advanced electronics and a new chassis help.|
|05-28-2019 07:16 AM|
|05-28-2019 07:11 AM|
Originally Posted by wyrda View Post
|05-28-2019 01:25 AM|
Every magazine I have seen I seen claims 205 BHP, not wheel horsepower.
|05-27-2019 01:44 PM|
|Older Guy||Roadracing World latest issue claims 205 HP at the rear wheel and full system is 220 HP. My gen 4 is 185 RWHP. May have my next bike here.|
|05-27-2019 12:42 PM|
I mean, even the graph in the vid says bhp.
My money is on the '19 ninja, they don't killed it the BMW killer for nothing.
|05-27-2019 12:22 PM|
|wyrda||Seems like fake news. It wouldn't be the first time dynos have gotten overly optimistic figures for new bikes. But we'll see when the dust has settled.|
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