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  • BMW K 1300 S (85 pages)
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 1 BMW Motorrad at the INTERMOT 2008. Contents. 1. The new BMW K 1300 S. 1.1 Overall Concept and Features. .......................................................................................... 3 1.2 Drivetrain. ...................................................................................................................................
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 2 4.3 The First-Generation Four-Valve Models. ....................................................................... 80 K1K 100 RSK 1100 LTK 1100 RSK 1200 RSK 1200 LTK 1200 GT 4.4 The Second-Generation of Four-Cylinders.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 3 1. The new BMW K 1300 S. 1.1 Overall Concept and Features. The signifi cantly updated and upgraded successor to the BMW K 1200 S is proudly celebrating its world debut at the 2008 INTERMOT motorcycle show: the new K 1300
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 4 As in the past, BMW, through the K 1300 S, offers the only sports motorcycle in this segment with a maintenance-free drive shaft. Featuring innovative top-end technology, optimum riding qualities, an even more dynamic
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 5 developed, lower longitudinal arm now made of a forged aluminium alloy ensures an even more sensitive and transparent response, further enhancing the leadership of BMW Motorrad in the area of suspension technology. The
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 6 • Firmer spring/damper set-up for even better feedback. • Supreme handling provided by optimised suspension geometry, optimum mass distribution and a fully harmonised all-round concept. • Perfect balance thanks to the
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 7 The second generation of BMW Motorrad’s four-cylinder power units has been upgraded and updated in the interest of even more power and performance, extra torque, and supreme riding dynamics.Displacement of the four-cylinder
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 8 The engineers at BMW Motorrad have skilfully eliminated the disadvantage of a relatively high centre of gravity on the engine inevitable with a conventional four-cylinder concept in typical BMW style. Precisely for this
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 9 In the process of upgrading the power unit of the K 1300 S, the engineers at BMW Motorrad have given particular emphasis to supreme riding qualities. Hence, the combustion chambers on the four-cylinder, the intake camshaft
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 10 model, drives two balance shafts positioned symmetrically in front of and behind the crankshaft via a gear drive, achieving a balance of no less than 86 per cent. The balance shafts turn twice as fast as the crankshaft.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 11 Out of the two overhead camshafts, only the exhaust shaft is driven by a tooth chain from the crankshaft. The intake camshaft, in turn, is driven by a gear drive coming from the outlet shaft. As a result, only one sprocket
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 12 The oil reservoir comes in a tank fi tted in the frame triangle behind the engine. A dual oil pump operating at the rear of the crankcase and driven by a chain from the clutch shaft draws in lubricant from the oil reservoir
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 13 into the cylinder head make the usual pipes superfl uous, with all remaining hoses leading to the radiator being kept extremely short. And with the engine requiring only two litres of coolant, the entire structure again
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 14 and easily and where individual gears with different ratios may also be interchanged as required. In series production, on the other hand, this concept provides the option to pre-assemble the entire gearbox as one unit,
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 15 The fi nal drive comes with gears adapted to the higher torque of the engine as well as optimised bearings. The loss of effi ciency resulting from two joints in the drive shaft is often overestimated and in reality amounts
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 16 The principle of Alpha-n management with indirect control and monitoring of the air drawn in via the throttle butterfl ies at a specifi c angle and engine speed has been upgraded to provide the new concept of torque-based
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 17 With various functions being integrated and combined with one another, the entire fuel supply system is extremely light. The three-piece injection rail is made of plastic and comprises the fuel pressure sensor. The rod-shaped
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 18 In the process the intake air fl ows past two separate paper air fi lters newly developed for the K 1300 S and merging at the end of the funnels just where they lead into the airbox. To ensure simple and straightforward
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 19 nevertheless in full conformity with legal standards. And last but certainly not least, the hexagonal shape of the muffl er allows the rider to lean over to a low angle in bends for a sporting style of riding pleasure.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 20 Innovative suspension technology with optimised suspension geometry, springs and dampers.The suspension geometry of the new K 1300 S has been upgraded in the interest of even more neutral behaviour in bends and an even
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 21 A high-precision welding robot subsequently assembles the components in the in-house Aluminium Competence Centre at the BMW’s Berlin Motorcycle Plant to form an extra-stiff overall frame. And with the engine being tilted
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 22 Prior to the launch of the K 1200 S in 2004 the Telelever was the only front-wheel suspension system able to achieve genuine success in the market next to the telescopic fork still playing a dominating role at the time.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 23 (with short leverage to the wheel/road contact point), forces and momenta are fed into the frame in a smooth process, again reducing any loads acting on the frame structure. The front-wheel suspension combines supreme
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 24 Paralever swing arm and optimised lightweight drive shaft.Shaft drive is indispensable for a BMW motorcycle with its large engine – not just for reasons of tradition, but primarily because of the well-known functional
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 25 and resting via a boom arm on the main frame. This progression ensures a sensitive response of the suspension together with improved traction while nevertheless offering suffi cient reserves for riding with a passenger.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 26 This is done by ESA II Electronic Suspension Adjustment setting the suspen-sion most conveniently and more precisely than ever before to the rider’s particular preferences and the load the motorcycle is carrying. The
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 27 The spring rate and its control map are modifi ed by a plastic element (Elastogran) which, in combination with a conventional coil spring, takes up forces in the inbound stroke. During the inbound stroke motion the defl
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 28 fastening points, the optimum design and shape of the components is calculated step-by-step. Indeed, even the looks of the motorcycle benefi t from this method, with both the front and rear wheel looking light, fi ligree
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 29 The brake lines on the EVO brake system are clad in steel for extra protection, brake discs measuring 320 millimetres or 12.6" up front and 265 millimetres or 10.4" at the rear ensuring maximum stopping power
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 30 New generation of switches, modifi ed instruments, LED rear lights and HP instrument cluster as special equipment. New electrical switch units.The K 1300 S boasts a brand-new generation of switches and manual controls
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 31 LED rear lights in clear glass look.Matching the sporting, dynamic appearance of the new K 1300 S, this is the fi rst model in BMW’s four-cylinder series to be fi tted as standard with a LED rear light in clear glass look.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 32 Large range of functions thanks to the Single-Wire System.In 2004 BMW Motorrad introduced a brand-new, highly advanced system serving to network electrical and electronic components in the motorcycle referred to as the
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 33 fi lters out insignifi cant data and interference signals within a defi ned tolerance, making the system largely immune to interference such as electromagnetic infi ltration. As on the K 1200 S, a total of fi ve control units
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 34 Via the Challenge Response Process, as it is called, with the engine’s control unit generating a random challenge and the aerial and key responding appropriately in order identify themselves, a communication process
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 35 Even more dynamic from every angle.The K 1300 S stands out clearly also in its looks from all other models in the market, making an even more sporting and dynamic appearance through its leaner fairing. The overall design
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 36 K 1300 S, in the harmony of its lines and in its expression, is obviously a BMW and a member of the K-family at very fi rst sight. Almost every visible part on the motorcycle is also part of the machine’s overall design.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 37 At the front the shape of the mudguard supports the fl ow of air to the radiator. The fl ow of air to the oil cooler and the coolant radiator is indeed so effi cient that the K 1300 S, despite its high output and supreme
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 38 is the rider’s step arch length, as it is called, measuring 1,810 mm or 71.3". This is the distance measured along the inside of the rider’s legs between his two feet resting on the ground, considering not only the
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 39 Optional extras and special equipment offering a wide range of customisation.Thanks to its sophisticated ergonomic qualities, the sporting K 1300 S is fully suitable for long distances and grand tours. A new feature
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 40 Special equipment:Luggage and storage options: • Luggage rack with installation kit. • Watertight tank rucksack (new). • Watertight tank bag including fastening elements. • Set of sports cases including case supports.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 41 • HP rider footrests (new). • HP passenger footrests (new). • HP forged wheels, front (3.50 x 17") and rear (6.00 x 17"). Design and sound: • HP carbon seat cover. • HP carbon clutch cover. • HP carbon heat protector
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 42 1.7 Engine Output and Torque. BMW K 1300 S. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 135 140 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 10,000 11,000 12,000 80 90 100
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 43 Power UnitConfi guration Water-cooled four-stroke straight-four power unit, two camshafts, four valves per cylinder Bore x stroke 80 mm x 64.3 mm (3.15 x 2.53") Capacity 1,293 cc Max output 127 KW (175 hp) at 9,250
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      BMW Medien- information 10/2008 Seite 44 Suspension/BrakesFrame Bridge frame, aluminium, engine load-bearing Front wheel guidance/spring elements BMW Motorrad Duolever; central spring strut Rear wheel guidance/spring elements Cast aluminium single swing
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 45 The colour concept of the new BMW K 1300 S accentuates the unmistakable character of this new machine. The non-metallic colours form a strong and powerful contrast to the black surfaces at the front, giving the K 1300
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 46 Making a signifi cant departure from traditional sports motorcycle concepts, BMW proudly presented the “most powerful naked bike of all times” at the 2004 INTERMOT Motorcycle Show: the BMW K 1200 R. Ever since it has
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 47 The guide ducts on the engine have likewise been modifi ed for the new machine, with maximum output of 127 kW (173 hp) almost the same as on the K 1300 S. Quite generally, both engine output and torque have been increased
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 48 • Optimised, maintenance-free shaft drive with a new two-stage drive shaft. • HP Gearshift Assistant for shifting up without the slightest interruption of power and traction available as an option. • Wide range of standard
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 49 of character. This special effect is provided by an electronically controlled exhaust fl ap reducing the damper volume with a higher throughput rate. Through its hexagonal design and smaller dimensions, the muffl er looks
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 50 range of optional extras and special equipment, allowing the use of a 190/55 ZR 17 tyre. Again in the interest of even better handling and greater performance, this special tyre replaces the usual 190/50 ZR 17 tyre.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 51 Another new highlight on the K 1300 R is the brand-new generation of switches and controls. Featuring MID (Moulded Interconnect Device) technology, the new control units are far smaller and more compact and at the same
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 52 the front. To match this outstanding look, fi nally, the hydraulic reservoirs fi tted on the two halves of the handlebar for the brakes and clutch now come in a discreet smoky glass look. Mod fi ed instrument graphics in
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 53 Optional extras and special equipment – sporting customisation BMW-style.It almost goes without saying that even the very sporting and dynamic K 1300 R comes with the very best all-round qualities so typical of BMW –
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 54 • On-board computer including oil level warning. • BMW 6.0 x 17" sports wheels on 190/55 ZR 17 tyres. • Sports windshield. • LED direction indicators front and rear. Special equipment.Luggage and storage options.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 55 Ergonomics and comfort. • Heated handles with switch unit. • Low rider seat (approx 790 mm/31.1", step arch length 1,750 mm/68.9"). • Passenger comfort seat. • Sports windshield, tinted, including fastening elements.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 56 Safety. • Anti-theft warning system with remote control. • Mudguard, rear. • First-aid kit, large/small. • Motorcycle cover. Navigation and communication. • BMW Motorrad ZUMO navigation and communication unit incl support
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 57 2.3 Engine Output and Torque. BMW K 1300 R. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 135 140 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 10,000 11,000 12,000 80 90 100
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 58 Power UnitConfi guration Water-cooled four-stroke straight-four, two camshafts, four valves per cylinder Bore x stroke 80 mm x 64.3 mm (3.15 x 2.53") Capacity 1,293 cc Max output 127 KW (173 hp) at 9,250 rpm Max torque
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 59 Suspension/BrakesFrame Bridge frame, aluminium, load-bearing engine Front wheel guidance/spring elements BMW Motorrad Duolever; central spring strut Rear wheel guidance/spring elements Cast aluminium single swing arm
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 60 Contrary to the former model, the frame, wheel carriers and drivetrain come in the same colour on all three colour variants of the K 1300 R. This is because the black engine and suspension components such as the frame
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 61 Introducing the new K 1300 GT, BMW Motorrad is opening up new dimensions in the BMW Touring Encounter World in terms of both riding dynamics and grand touring qualities, enhancing the Company’s worldwide leadership in
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 62 An overview of technical highlights: • Even more traction and pulling force, particularly at low and medium engine speeds, through the increase in engine capacity. • Engine output 118 kW (160 hp) at 9,000 rpm, peak torque
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 63 Increase for engine capacity for even greater traction and enhanced performance.Like the K 1300 S, the new K 1300 GT also benefi ts from the signifi cantly upgraded straight-four power unit increased in capacity from 1,157
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 64 Optimised BMW Duolever for minimum unsprung masses.While the new K 1300 GT is based on the particularly stable suspension geometry of its predecessor, the unsprung masses of the BMW Duolever have been reduced even further
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 65 The new fairing differs from the former unit at the side through an opening in the side panel and the logo support, giving the K 1300 GT a far more dynamic appearance. The inner surfaces of the fairing now fully painted
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 66 A further important point is that the windshield may be adjusted electrically over a range of 100 millimetres or almost 4 inches from the left handlebar controls, thus consistently meeting the rider’s requirements. A
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 67 Optional extras and special equipment – perfect customisation BMW-style.The new K 1300 GT stands out as a genuine Gran Turismo through its ideal combination of sporting performance and touring comfort provided right
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 68 • On-board computer including oil level warning unit. • ASC Anti-Slip Control. • TPC Tyre Pressure Control. Special equipment:Luggage and storage options: • Watertight tank rucksack. • Watertight tank bag including fastening
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 69 • Additional power socket. • LED light for on-board socket. Ergonomics and comfort: • Heated handles with control unit. • Low rider’s seat (approx 800 mm/31.5" adjustable to 820 mm or 32.3", step arch length
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 70 3.3 Engine Output and Torque. BMW K 1300 GT. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 135 140 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 10,000 11,000 12,000 80 90 100
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 71 Power UnitConfi guration Water-cooled four-stroke straight-four, two camshafts, four valves per cylinder Bore x stroke 80 mm x 64.3 mm (3.15" x 2.53") Capacity 1,293 cc Max output 118 KW (160 hp) at 9,000 rpm
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 72 Suspension/BrakesFrame Bridge frame made of aluminium, engine load-bearing Front wheel guidance/spring elements BMW Motorrad Duolever; central spring strut Rear wheel guidance/spring elements Cast aluminium single swing
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 73 The new K 1300 GT offers perfect harmony of touring qualities and sporting riding dynamics – features also refl ected by the design of the K 1300 GT with its fl owing lines and clear, striking shapes and surfaces. The
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 74 Back in 1983, when many motorcycle manufacturers still placed their bets on inline engines with air cooling, liquid-cooled four-cylinder power units marked the highest level of technology in motorcycle construction.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 75 Just how much development margin and what a great potential this new concept offers in the K-Series is subsequently borne out not only by the new K 1200 R High-Performance Roadster based on the new sports model, but
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 76 K 100 (1983–1990).The K 100 launched in 1983 – exactly six decades after the launch of the very fi rst BMW motorcycle with its Boxer engine – is BMW’s fi rst production model with a four-cylinder power unit. But instead
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 77 For a long time the K 100 RS remains the ideal synthesis of sportiness and touring comfort and, with a production run of more than 34,000 units, becomes the best-selling model in the fi rst generation of the K-Series.
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 78 The drive shaft positioned beneath the crankshaft gives the three-cylinder particular smoothness and refi nement also thanks to the balance weights used on the shaft. Developing maximum output of 75 hp on total weight
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 79 On 18 March 1991 a K 75 RT comes off the production lines at BMW as the one-millionth model built by BMW Motorrad. Introducing two special models, the K 75 RT Ultima and the K 75 Ultima, each in special paintwork, with
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 80 K1 (1988–1993).In 1988 the K1 sets another milestone in the history of the BMW K-Series. Apart from its brand-new design and aerodynamics concept remaining unique in the motorcycle world to this day, the K1 is BMW’s
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 81 four-cylinder developing maximum output of 100 hp from 1,092 cc at an engine speed of only 7,500 rpm. A factor far more important on the road than the increase in maximum output by 10 hp over the former model is the
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 82 The new six-speed gearbox ensures even more dynamic performance and the brand-new suspension clearly refl ects the sporting style of this new top-end model. For the fi rst time the K 1200 RS features a light-alloy bridge
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 83 K 1200 GT (2002–2005).The K 1200 GT makes its debut in 2002 as an enhanced variant of the K 1200 RS giving even greater emphasis to touring comfort. Boasting 130 hp maximum output, featuring a higher windshield and handlebar,
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 84 K 1200 S (2004–2008).The K 1200 S makes its entry into the market in 2004 as a radically new and highly innovative Sports Machine standing out as a unique model within the K-family. With its brand-new straight-four now
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      BMW Media Information 10/2008 Page 85 stand out particularly. Only a small windshield covers the front area above the headlight, but still offers effi cient protection from the wind rushing by despite its small size. Fitted with racing tyres, carbon trim