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2005 BMW R1100S Boxer Cup Replika

That’s Not Just Your Heartbeat Racing

Now in its 2nd year, the BoxerCup race held at Daytona International Speedway continues to grow in popularity. Now behold the newest rendition of the R1100S, the 2005 BoxerCup Replika. From the new three-tone paint scheme to the exuberant sound of the standard Laser exhaust, this is a machine that inspires all the senses. The taut sport suspension and a modified front end geometry that allows an even greater lean angle will urge you to push your skills to a higher level. Only a small number of these stunning motorcycles will be produced for the US market, expected to arrive in May. If you’ve been waiting for just the bike to bring out the racer in you, get your request in early. It can get pretty crowded at the starting line!

 

Unique Features

Power train
The BoxerCup Replika engine remains unchanged for 2005. Featuring 2 Spark ignition, the 1085cc engine generates 98bhp at 7,500 rpm and 70 lb ft of torque at 5,750 rpm.A notable change to the exhaust system is the use of an exhaust pipe by Laser.

Standard equipment on the 2005 Replika, the Laser exhaust will generate a deeper, throatier tone. A closed-loop 3-way catalytic converter is still in place for compliance with emissions requirements. The 6-speed transmission remains unchanged.

Frame & Suspension
The 2005 Replika now sports the same suspension found on BoxerCup Replika race bikes. By utilizing front fork tubes from the R1150GS, the chassis of the 2005 Replika is raised by 12mm, thus allowing for a greater lean angle. Seat height on the 2005 BoxerCup Replika is 860 mm (33.9 inches). Front spring travel is 4.3″ (110 mm) and rear spring travel is 5.1″ (130 mm) with spring strut pre-load adjustable by a hand-wheel.

Brakes
The braking system is unchanged from 2004. Please note that ABS will not be available on the 2005 BoxerCup Replika.
2005 BoxerCup Replika

– Front Brakes Two, four-piston fixed calipers
– Front Rotors 12.6 inch dual floating rotors
– Rear Brake Single, two-piston floating caliper
– Rear Rotor 10.9 inch single, fixed rotor


Dimensions
2005 BoxerCup Replika
– Fuel 4.7 gallons
– Seat Height 33.9 inches
– Dry Weight 459 lbs
– Wet Weight (ready to ride) 505 lbs

Body and Colors
The new 2005 BoxerCup Replika has an updated graphics package that includes, three-tone paint, sponsor stickers and carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) cylinder head covers and engine spoiler.

Standard Equipment
Additional standard equipment on the 2005 BoxerCup Replika includes:
– 5.5″ Rear Wheel
– Clear Turn Signal Lenses
– Pillion Seat Cover
– Side Stand

Closed loop 3-way catalytic converter

Low 6th gear ratio

Stainless steel exhaust system with additional chrome-plated finish

Stainless steel double walled manifold

Hydraulic rear spring preload adjuster

Prob stand with starter inhibit

Continuously adjustable rear and front rebound damping

Diagnostic interface

Jump start connection point

Low-beam headlamp height adjustment

Power socket

Clock

Storage compartment with toolkit and tire repair kit

One-key system

Large luggage rack

Adjustable handbrake and clutch levers

Hand guards

Center stand

Integral ignition switch and steering lock

Sport half fairing with rigid windshield

GRP front mud guard

Only limited numer of BoxerCup Replikas will be produced for the US market. They will begin arriving in dealerships in May.

 

Accessories

ABS – Partial integral

Heated hand grips

BMW System Cases

BMW System Case city style lids

BMW System Case dividers

BMW System Case scuff pad set

Inner bags

Tank bag

Bike cover

BMW Motorrad USA track stand

Locking oil filler cap

Belly pan

Triple clamp cover

Rear spoiler

Exhaust manifold cover

Carbon fiber cylinder head cover

Carbon fiber spark plug covers

Carbon fiber lower spoiler kit

Carbon fiber heel guards

Carbon fiber rear seat cover

Carbon fiber fuel tank cover

Carbon fiber upper trim panel

Front and rear suspension struts

BMW Motorrad USA track stand

 

Specifications

Type Air-cooled/oil-cooled twin-cylinder
Bore x stroke 99.0 mm x 70.5 mm
Displacement 1085 cc
Horsepower 98 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque 70 lb-ft @ 5,750 rpm
Compression ratio 11.3:1
Valve gear Chain-driven, high cam, OHV with adjustable rocker arms
Valves 2 x 34 mm intake / 2 x 29 mm exhaust
Valves / cylinder Four

Primary drive 1:1.889
Clutch 165-mm dry, single plate with hydraulic actuation
Gear ratios 1st:
2.05:1
2nd:
1.60:1
3rd:
1.27:1
4th:
1.04:1
5th:
0.90:1
6th:
0.80:1

Final drive system Enclosed driveshaft with two universal joints
Final drive ratio 2.75:1

Frame Cast aluminum front frame section with steel rear
Front suspension BMW Telelever
Front travel 4.3 inches
Rear suspension BMW Paralever
Rear travel 5.1 inches

Brake system EVO, front and rear disc
Front brakes Two, four-piston fixed calipers
Front rotor 12.6 inch dual floating rotors
Rear brakes Single, two-piston floating caliper
Rear rotor 10.9 inch single fixed rotor
Actuation Hydraulic, DOT 4 fluid type

Front wheel 3.50 x 17 cast alloy, five, double-spoke
Rear wheel 5.50 x 17 cast alloy, five, double-spoke
Front tire 120/70 x 17 tubeless
Rear tire 180/55 x 17 tubeless

Overall length 85.8 inches
Overall width 35.2 inches
Wheelbase 58.2 inches
Seat height 33.9 inches
Steering angle 65.0 degrees
Front wheel trail 3.9 inches
Weight – Dry 459 lbs. excluding options and accessories
Weight – Wet 505 lbs. excluding options and accessories
Maximum load 992 lbs. GVWR

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