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2017 BMW S1000RR - Coolness Factor = 88.3%

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The new BMW S 1000 RR – virtually perfect yet still optimized...

Supreme riding dynamics, athletic character combined with maximum safety and everyday practicality – these are the defining characteristics of the BMW Motorrad 4-cylinder models. For the model year 2017, the supersport bike S 1000 RR has undergone the following model revisions.






2017 BMW S1000RR www.Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features

The new sporty BMW Motorrad 4-cylinder models.

Supreme riding dynamics, athletic character combined with maximum safety and everyday practicality – these are the defining characteristics of the BMW Motorrad 4-cylinder models. For the model year 2017 the supersports bike S 1000 RR, the dynamic roadster S 1000 R and the adventure sports model S 1000 XR have undergone the following model revisions:

The new BMW S 1000 RR – virtually perfect yet still optimised.
• Adaptation to EU4 requirements.
• ABS Pro as a new element of the optional equipment item “Riding Modes Pro”.
• DTC as standard.
• The new RR now as standard as a single-seat model with passenger seat cover. The optional passenger package is available free of charge as an alternative.
• Well-established colour concepts Racing Red non-metallic/Lightwhite non-metallic and BMW Motorsport (Lupine Blue metallic/Lightwhite non-metallic/Racing Red non-metallic), though in a new design.
• New colour variant Granite Grey metallic/Blackstorm metallic.
• Design Option Wheels with red rim lines now included as standard as part of the colour concepts Racing Red non-metallic/Lightwhite non-metallic and BMW Motorsport.





2017 BMW S1000RR www.Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits

The new BMW S 1000 RR – the virtually perfect supersport model has been further optimized. Ever since BMW Motorrad launched the S 1000 RR in 2009, the first 4-cylinder supersport bike made by BMW, the “Double R” has had a lasting impact on this market segment. Consistent and ongoing development has since ensured that the RR occupies pole position among the superbikes with road traffic certification. For the model year 2017 it was, once again, possible to further enhance the virtually perfect supersport bike.

Potent in-line 4-cylinder engine, adapted to EU4 requirements. The 999 cc in-line 4-cylinder engine has been adapted to meet the requirements of the EU4 pollutant class. The peak output is still 146 kW (199 hp) at 13,500 rpm and the maximum torque of 83 lb-ft (113 Nm) is reached at 10,500 rpm. In the interests of excellent rideability, the new RR also has a wide engine speed range along with torque from approximately 9,500 (83 lb-ft/112 Nm) to 12, 000 rpm (83 lb-ft/113 Nm).


2017 BMW S1000RR - www.Totalmotorcycle.com Specifications/Technical Details
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Engine
Capacity cc 999
Bore/stroke mm 80/49.7
Output kW/hp 146/199 at engine speed rpm 13 500
Torque Lb-ft 83 at engine speed rpm 10 500
Type Water-cooled in-line 4-cylinder engine
Compression; fuel 13.0:1 / at least premium unleaded (95 RON)
Valve control DOHC (double overhead camshaft)

Valve activation via individual rocker arms
Valves per cylinder 4
Ø intake/outlet mm 33.5/27.2
Ø throttle valve mm 48
Engine control BMS-MP
Emission control Two closed-loop three-way catalytic converters
Homologation standard EU4

Electrical system
Alternator W 406
Battery V/Ah 12/9, maintenance-free
Headlight Low beam H7

12V 55W
High beam H7 12V 55W
Rear light LED brake light/rear light
Starter kW 0.8

Power transmission - gearbox
Clutch Multi-plate anti-hopping wet clutch, mechanically activated
Gearbox Constant mesh 6-speed gearbox
Primary ratio 1.652
Gear transmission ratios I 2.647
II 2.091
III 1.727
IV 1.5
V 1.36
VI 1.261
Rear wheel drive Chain
Transmission ratio 2.647

Suspension
Frame construction type Aluminum composite bridge frame, self-supporting engine
Front wheel control USD telescopic fork, fork tube diameter 46 mm, spring preload, compression and rebound stage adjustable, DDC optional
Rear wheel control Aluminum double-sided swing arm with central spring strut, spring preload, adjustable compression and rebound stage, DDC optional


Spring travel, front/rear in 4.7/4.7
Wheel castor in 3.9
Wheelbase in 56.6
Steering head angle ° 66.5
Brakes front Twin disc brake, floating, Ø 320 mm, radial 4-piston fixed calipers rear Single-disc brake, Ø 220 mm, single-piston floating caliper
ABS BMW Motorrad Race ABS (partial integral, disengageable), ABS Pro optional
Traction control DTC
Wheels Die-cast aluminum
front 3.50 x 17"
rear 6.00 x 17"
Tires front 120/70 ZR17
rear 190/55 ZR17

Dimensions and weights
Total length in 81
Total width with mirrors in 32.5
Seat height in 32.1

DIN unladen weight, lbs 449 road ready, fully fuelled
Permitted total weight lbs 895
Fuel tank capacity g 4.6

Performance figures
Fuel consumption (WMTC) mpg 35
Acceleration 0-62mph s 3.1
Top speed mph Over 125
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FYI: "NEW for 2017" is more a "refresh and update", but still, it's a great model.
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again for the 3rd week in a row.....meh.......I am sure it's a great bike both on and off the track, and those fans of the brand and model would hang from a the nearest tree limb for saying that the market is so saturated with these cookie cutter bikes that it is hard to tell them apart, apart from their badge. So yeah meh, lets see a new take on theme.
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I think the bike is awesome. Would I buy one? Most likely not. I think I would rather have a sport tourer of some flavor, fjr, concour 14. Sure would be a fun bike though.

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Obviously awesome. The RR is a celebration of everything that motorcycles are technically capable of.

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I'm voting cool, but only because voting uncool would be a bit harsh. Nothing wrong with the bike itself, but it's been around since 2009 (with tweaks over the years). And overall, this has gotten to be a pretty uninteresting category in recent years. Maybe all the bikes really do seem the same, maybe I'm getting older and less interested, maybe bike culture itself is evolving, maybe there's a lot more interesting development in other bike categories.
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Grey Thumper wrote: Sun Feb 12, 2017 4:08 pm I'm voting cool, but only because voting uncool would be a bit harsh. Nothing wrong with the bike itself, but it's been around since 2009 (with tweaks over the years). And overall, this has gotten to be a pretty uninteresting category in recent years. Maybe all the bikes really do seem the same, maybe I'm getting older and less interested, maybe bike culture itself is evolving, maybe there's a lot more interesting development in other bike categories.
Looks like we both are getting older and jaded Thumper.
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I hear you about getting older and jaded. Me, I'm more of a touring type guy but I have to say that I have been watching BMW development and manufacturing videos on YouTube and find the quality and technology used in their bikes to be quite amazing. I am indeed glad I purchased a BMW. I once wasn't happy about the price, but watching what goes into each build makes me wonder why they don't cost more. This bike, while not my style, represents so much more than just the run of the mill crotch-rocket you initially see.

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ceemes wrote: Mon Feb 13, 2017 2:02 amLooks like we both are getting older and jaded Thumper.
Plus my spine, wrists, and arse aren't exactly built for these things anymore.
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Grey Thumper wrote: Mon Feb 13, 2017 4:23 pm
ceemes wrote: Mon Feb 13, 2017 2:02 amLooks like we both are getting older and jaded Thumper.
Plus my spine, wrists, and arse aren't exactly built for these things anymore.
So we got, old, jaded and crippled.......guess we might as well throw in grumpy into the mix as well. :lol:
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