New BMW M5 vs BMW S1000RR superbike
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BMW S1000RR vs BMW M3
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BMW S1000 RR from 2010 vs BMW M3 E92 from 2008. 193PS (193 horsepower) and 183kg vs.
420PS (420 horsepower) and 1.655kg. The
M3 has 420PS (420 horsepower) but the S1000 RR
needs only 2.9 seconds to 100km/h (62mph). Who will win this race?
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Ultra HD: Drag RACE Bugatti Veyron Vitesse vs Lambo Aventador vs BMW S1000RR - presented by Samsung
Presented by Samsung Ultra HD TV: This Ultra HD video shows the race
between 1200 HP Bugatti Veyron Vitesse vs Lamborghini
Aventador vs motorcycle BMW S1000RR from standing start. Samsung Ultra HD
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sharper details, richer colours and higher contrast. Perfect for
experiencing the full-fledged beauty of this motorcycle and hypercars! All
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Speed test: S1000RR v RSV4 v Hayabusa v ZZ-R1400
20 years after the launch of the original hyperbike, Kawasaki's ZZ-R1100,
superbikes like BMW's S1000RR are now so fast they're rendering the
Hayabusa and co. irrelevant... Or are they? Read the full test in this
week's MCN, on sale Wednesday 19 May 2010.
2011 ZX10R top end roll vs BMW S1000RR
In my opinion, the definitive answer as to what is what.. I suppose I could
have held onto 4th a little longer, but could not see the point so changed
to 5th. Just cant get past that BMW. But on the other hand, if I'm in
front, the beemer doesn't just come flying past either.. so.....
S1000RR (183whp) vs Busa (235whp)
S1K is stock with 183whp est.
The Busa in this vid makes 235whp est. on pump 93 and 245whp est.(up from
the stock 160whp est.) on MR12 Race fuel using a ported head with cams and
being bored out to 1.4 liter from 1.3. It also has BST Carbon fiber wheels
and ceramic bearings. The bike is built to kill.
► 2012 BMW S 1000 RR on Track (193 hp)
Like its predecessor, the new RR knows no compromise, providing the highest
level of sporting character and riding dynamics. The convincing features of
the new S 1000 RR are its improved handling with absolute riding stability,
supreme engine performance with perfect everyday practicality, and a
resounding dynamic performance. The highest level of active safety is
safeguarded by the most advanced brake system today on the market, the BMW
Motorrad Race ABS. When accelerating, the rider is supported by the Dynamic
Traction Control system DTC. Both of these systems have been optimised for
the perfect interaction.
There have been no changes to the superior engine power of
142 kW (193 hp) with a weight of only 204 kilograms including 90% fuel
(206.5 weight with Race ABS).
Concept with optimised riding dynamics.
One of the primary objectives pursued for the revised S 1000 RR model was
to improve ridability by Boosting
thrust and enhancing the linearity and harmoniousness of the power and
torque curves. The reconfigured throttle improves overall response.
The new, optimised design raises response sensitivity, tightens the
twistgrip angle, and reduces the twisting force.
Suspension with improved handling and feedback.
The modifications to the new RR suspension have been instrumental in Boosting its riding dynamics. For
instance, the upside down fork and the spring strut feature a new internal
structure, providing an even wider range of damping forces from comfort to
Moreover, the suspension geometry has been modified with new values for the
steering head angle, offset, position of the swing arm pivot, fork
projection, and spring strut length to yield even better handling, steering
accuracy, and feedback for the new S 1000 RR. This has required
modifications to the main frame that also included enlarging the cross
sectional area of the intake air guide through the steering head for
greater air flow efficiency. This package of suspension optimisations is
rounded off by an adjustable mechanical steering damper.
Instrument cluster with new functions.
The engine speed display has been redesigned for better readability. In
addition, the display can now be dimmed and provides more functions. For
instance, the lap timer can now present "Best lap in progress", and if
required, "Speedwarning" can inform the rider when he exceeds a particular
Refined design and new colours.
The new S 1000 RR not only benefits from the advanced developments for the
engine, suspension, and cockpit. It has also gained yet another step ahead
in terms of design. The tail section now presents a considerably leaner
look. There have been some discrete changes to the asymmetrical side
panels, and the centre airbox cover now sports side aperture grilles. On
the top part of the panels, a new, telling identifying feature takes the
form of two winglets that enhance the aerodynamic qualities.
In the most sporting colour combination of Racing red and Alpine white, the
RR exudes power and speed even when it is stationary, whereas plain
Bluefire lends it a decidedly extravagant look.
Sporty dynamics is conveyed by Sapphire black metallic, and in BMW Motorrad
Motorsport colours, the new S 1000 RR testifies to its direct relationship
with BMW Motorrad Motorsport. The distinctive RR logo has been slightly
Additional visual accents take the form of wheels painted in glossy black
and the red spring in the central strut. The matching swing arm either
presents an anodised coating or is kept in black.
Also the ergonomics has been improved in the form of new heel plates for
the rider. The stabilisers on the passenger footrests have now been
designed for a leaner look.
Extended range of optional extra and special equipment.
For individualising the new S 1000 RR, BMW Motorrad is expanding its range
of optional extras and special equipment ex works with a number of
attractive features. Riders with a particularly sporty bent can now equip
their RR with an HP titanium Exhaust
system (with or without ABE) or the HP race data logger. Also the heated
grips offering two levels and fitted as optional extra can take the bite
out of the early morning run on the racetrack or longer rides in cold
RSV4 vs S1000RR vs 1199 Panigale S vs F4R - European Liter Bike Shootout! On Two Wheels Episode 9
On this episode of On Two Wheels, it's Part Two of MotorCyclist magazine's
Class of 2012 shootout. This time around the staff is testing the best
Europe has to offer, with the 2-time and defending champion Aprilia RSV4
taking on the BMW S1000RR, MV Agusta F4R, and Ducati's highly anticipated
1199 Panigale S. The bikes face the same wringer as their Japanese
counterparts in Part One, with testing on the street, dragstrip, and of
course the racetrack. Will Europe's ultra-elite live up to the hype?
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