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Making a racer – BMW S1000RR into a racing superbike | BIKE TESTS

How to turn the BMW S1000RR into a racing superbike at a cost of about $18,500

  • Brembo front brake master cylinder with remote adjuster (BMW also has an HP version)
  • Brembo RCS19 master cylinder with standard BMW S1000RR reservoir and remote TWM lever adjuster
  • Motul RBF660 race brake fluid
  • Motul 300V engine oil
  • Motul Factory Line fork and shock oil
  • Nitron TVT 25mm fork cartridges, independent compression, rebound and preload adjustment. Easy removal system for trackside revalving
  • Nitron NTR Race Pro Shock, 46mm piston, remote preload adjuster, easy length adjustability
  • Arrow full stainless exhaust system; Competition EVO System with stainless steel collector pipe and link pipe titanium can with carbon-fibre end cap
  • GB engine covers
  • Sprint P08 air filter
  • Eazi-Grip EVO tank grips
  • Cox Racing radiator and oil cooler guards
  • RK 520 chain
  • Vortex rear sprockets made from 7075 aluminium, front sprockets from chrome-moly SCM420 steel
  • Front Ferodo ZRAC brake pads
  • BMW HP rear sets
  • CNC-milled HP adjustable footrests
  • BMW HP brake/clutch lever and protector
  • Optional street BMW HP forged black anodised alloy wheels (saving about 2kg)
  • HP Pro Gearshift Assistant (standard BMW option)
  • Pirelli Diablo slick tyres
  • Doctor Glass race fairings
  • Money Bones billet alloy fuel cap
  • BMW HP adjustable race ECU (injection, ignition, quickshifter, pit limiter, traction control, engine brake, ABS, electronic suspension settings, launch control)
  • Speed Angle lap timer

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