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post #41 of 76 (permalink) Old 07-23-2017, 12:30 PM
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I highly doubt a 600cc from BMW. No money in it. Don't forget the S1000RR was based on a K6 GSXR 1000. Of course jap bikes are studied. I still have no info for a change in 2018. And out of everyone here. I have the best sources.
I assume that even if you did have information of a new model, you wouldn't be able to tell us lot..
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Just found a PDF of the 2 pages and used google to translate it

Page 12:

BMW S 1000 RR
The history of the S 1000 RR - that is
Not only the success story of a Superbike-
Icon, but also that of a massive
Miscalculation. In terms of performance
The supersports
1000 engines were taken in Munich
Over ten years ago the brilliant
Suzuki engine of the GSX-R 1000 K5 (178
PS) as a benchmark and calculated from this
Brand from the future performance development
Measured at the Japanese development temperature
The past.
Result back then: So around the 190 HP should
It was already in Munich in 2009 - and were
It also It was a lot of pressure
Appearance of the S 1000 RR 2009 however
No one else to offer. With the result,
That the current S 1000 RR (since 2015 with
Nominally 199 hp) around the competitors
From a motor point of view still circles
moves. And that eight years after her
Show actually wonder that
The successor already in the starting holes
stands. And this is what she does, because what the
MOTORRAD-Erlkönigjäger in front of the lens
, Is obviously the new S 1000 RR.
In a stage that is not far from
Of serial production.
Of course there is despite the motor
Potency of the current S 1000 RR good reasons
For the successor. Above all, what
Chassis and ergonomics.
In both points, the comparison test-
serial winner
A little in the back
devices. The most obvious shortcoming:
The too high weight. 214 kilograms
Brought the S 1000 RR including dynamics-
Package at the last MOTORCYCLE test
(Which she won by the way)
Libra. These are ten to 15 kilograms
More than most competitors.
The new one, on the other hand, shows that one
Low combat weight top supersporters'
Obligation is. The goal should be clear
Less than 200 kilos, and more
Hardly a screw remained on her
Thread. Engine and chassis - it's all
New. The layout of the new engine falls
Viewed from the outside
The old, the clutch train, however, wandered
On the right side, all engine covers
are new. The frame is quite different,

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Of the Ducati-Panigale model from two
Alloy parts,
Which integrate the motor as a supporting part.
The extremely short frame rear
However, a lattice tube construction,
Underneath on the filigree rim
A powerful Metzeler Racetec K3 tire
rotates. Also completely new and surprising
The cast swing is elegant
Which now instead of the previous Oberzugs
Stabilizing stabilizer
acts. Also the whole
exhaust system
With two cat cartridges,
A flat but wide collector and
The dainty
Muffler is complete
New, which are spring elements and brakes,
As far as the first pictures
Can be judged, supersporter standard.
From another technique detail can
It is not easy to assert this:
The sound of the Erlkönig - the photographer
Swears stone and leg - does not seem the
Of a conventional quarter
to be. Perhaps the BMWEntwurf recalls
Of the headlight section so yes
Quite conscious of the first Yamaha R1 with
Crossplane Concept (2009). In any case
One would be in the best way with this technique
Society,
Since now also archrival
KTM in the MotoGP the model of the
Gathered competition and
To this non-uniform firing sequence
Has changed. But MotoGP? That sounds
BMW boss Stephan Schaller does not like.
Maybe
This changes with the new one
S 1000 RR. She has the stature to it.
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Given the escalation recently in sportbike muffler sizes (Suzuki anyone?), the idea of a "dainty muffler" is sure to attract buyers.

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This can't be real! Who uses four fingers to brake???
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This can't be real! Who uses four fingers to brake???

VR46 ......
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Braking technique aside, if this really is the '18 model...it's a little homely. Two cats? And that lower fairing...ok, I'll say it - ugly.

Losing the "iconic" RR headlights? Heresy!

Perhaps "misdirection" from BMW? Benny...what say you?

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Too many familiar looking parts to not be the newer model in some form imo. Air intake, rad/oil cooler setup, quickshifter, chainguard and screen look almost identical to the current model. If you look closely it even looks like it has bmw switchblocks and the same brake lever. Engine blocks look different but have similar bmw roundel esque designs on the outside, and even the 'stripes' on the catalytic converter are reminiscent of the earlier models to me.
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If it's a new model, I'd say that they put on junk bodywork to disguise it really well. The rear sub frame looks a lot bigger, must be CF.

It looks like someone Frankenstein'd the fairings from other bikes.
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