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    8.49 second 158 MPH pass

    So is the motor in the new S1000RR fast. Why yes, yes it is!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxcBK0IuC0o


    Here are the mods.

    2010 BMW S 1000 RR

    Engine: Stock (203 RWHP/80 ft-lbs SAE Scale using VP MRX01 Fuel)
    Exhaust System: Brock’s Performance Full Titanium CT-FM™ Carbon Tip Megaphone... with Anodized Flames
    Fuel Injection Control: Dynojet PCV with Brock’s Performance Custom Map to match the CT-FM.
    Wheels: BST Carbon Fiber
    Tires: Michelin 120/60 Power Pure Front - 190/50 Power One Rear
    Bearings: Worldwide Bearings Ceramic
    Swingarm: Brock’s Performance 9” over Alumi-Pro™ by McIntosh
    Shock: Brock’s Performance Dragshock™ by ?ûhlins (Dual Stage Compression with Remote)
    Sp Vortex (17-47 to start)
    Chain: Regina 530 ZRP 160 Link (O-Rings removed by hand)
    Clutch Modifications: Brock’s Performance Clutch Mod, Cushion, Springs with Adjustable Spring Tops and Shims
    Lowering Links: Brock’s Performance Window Links
    Front End: Brock’s Performance Radial Mount Front End Lowering Kit (Radial Mounts, Strap End Kit, Strap)
    Oil: Alisyn <<0 Weight
    Oil Additive: Petron Plus
    Coolant: MoCool by Motul
    Mirror Block Offs: Brock’s Performance
    Brake Line-Rear 9” over: Spiegler Performance
    Brake Pads: Carbone Lorraine (SBK5 Compound)
    Seat: Custom Cover by Bob Kussman Dayton, OH
    Special Thanks: Scott Robertson
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    Damn!

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    >optimize my '84 Ninja like they did this bike and it wont be far behind it. <

    I think BMW is starting to get the attention of lots of younger folks! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by 460Jetboat View Post

    I think BMW is starting to get the attention of lots of younger folks! LOL

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    Yes it is --- I was talking to a couple of young guys about 1-liter bikes when they mentioned how cool the new BMW was -- both thought it was a $20,000 + bike because it was a BMW -- when I told them the list price their eyes lit up -- they couldn't believe it.
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    S1000RR vs Corvette

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    A stock S1000RR has 203 hp at the wheels?
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    It had a pipe & some computer tuning... Otherwise, stock inside...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStrube View Post
    It had a pipe & some computer tuning... Otherwise, stock inside...
    Wow, thats awesome that you can get that kind of power out of it
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    I wonder how long until someone takes one to Bonneville.

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    I would guess there will be one there this summer!
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    Outstanding!

    Quick question - why did you remove the o-rings from the chain?


    Quote Originally Posted by Ridealot View Post
    So is the motor in the new S1000RR fast. Why yes, yes it is!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxcBK0IuC0o


    Here are the mods.

    2010 BMW S 1000 RR

    Engine: Stock (203 RWHP/80 ft-lbs SAE Scale using VP MRX01 Fuel)
    Exhaust System: BrockÔÇÖs Performance Full Titanium CT-FMÔäó Carbon Tip Megaphone... with Anodized Flames
    Fuel Injection Control: Dynojet PCV with BrockÔÇÖs Performance Custom Map to match the CT-FM.
    Wheels: BST Carbon Fiber
    Tires: Michelin 120/60 Power Pure Front - 190/50 Power One Rear
    Bearings: Worldwide Bearings Ceramic
    Swingarm: BrockÔÇÖs Performance 9ÔÇØ over Alumi-ProÔäó by McIntosh
    Shock: BrockÔÇÖs Performance DragshockÔäó by ?ûhlins (Dual Stage Compression with Remote)
    Sp Vortex (17-47 to start)
    Chain: Regina 530 ZRP 160 Link (O-Rings removed by hand)
    Clutch Modifications: BrockÔÇÖs Performance Clutch Mod, Cushion, Springs with Adjustable Spring Tops and Shims
    Lowering Links: BrockÔÇÖs Performance Window Links
    Front End: BrockÔÇÖs Performance Radial Mount Front End Lowering Kit (Radial Mounts, Strap End Kit, Strap)
    Oil: Alisyn <<0 Weight
    Oil Additive: Petron Plus
    Coolant: MoCool by Motul
    Mirror Block Offs: BrockÔÇÖs Performance
    Brake Line-Rear 9ÔÇØ over: Spiegler Performance
    Brake Pads: Carbone Lorraine (SBK5 Compound)
    Seat: Custom Cover by Bob Kussman Dayton, OH
    Special Thanks: Scott Robertson
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    My guess would be for less rolling resistance. With O ring chained bikes if you try and spin the back tire by hand your lucky if the tire makes much more than a complete rotation before stopping. In the old days before O rings the tire would make a few turns before stopping.
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    Chain Lube . . . .

    On the S1000RR how is the chain lubed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CTellman View Post
    On the S1000RR how is the chain lubed?
    Same way you lube any chain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridealot View Post
    My guess would be for less rolling resistance. With O ring chained bikes if you try and spin the back tire by hand your lucky if the tire makes much more than a complete rotation before stopping. In the old days before O rings the tire would make a few turns before stopping.

    OK - so you sacrifise some chain life for less resistance - makes sense
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