BMW HP2 Sport

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Make ModelBMW HP Sport
Year: 2008
Engine: Four stroke, two cylinder horizontally opposed Boxer air/oil-cooled, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Capacity: 1170
Bore x Stroke: 101 x 73 mm
Compression Ratio: 12.5:1
Induction: BMS-K 52mm throttle butterfly
Ignition / Starting: – / electric
ClutchSingle-disc dry clutch Ø 180 mm
Max Power: 96 KW 130 hp @ 8750 rpm
Max Torque: 115 Nm 85 lb-ft @ 6000 rpm
Transmission / Drive: 6 Speed / shaft
Gear Ratio1st 2.176 2nd 1.625 3rd 1.296 4th 1.065 5th 0.939 6th 0.848
Frame: Main Frame: and front Frame: made of steel tube, rear Frame: and front fairing self-supporting CIF, self-supporting power unit
Front Suspension: BMW Telelever, 105mm wheel travels
Rear Suspension: BMW Paralever, 120mm wheel travels
Front Brakes: 2X 320mm disc
Rear Brakes: Single 265mm disc
Front Tire: : 120/ 70 ZR17
Rear Tire: : 190/55 ZR17
Seat Height830 mm
Wet-Weight: 178 kg
Fuel Capacity: 16 Litres
ReviewsMotormag / Press-Intro / / / Fast Lane / / Motorcycle / Motorcycle News

The dream of many Boxer fans has come true: With the new BMW HP2 Sport, BMW Motorrad is putting the sportiest, most powerful and lightest Boxer series of all times on the road. The third model of the HP model range was designed for the ambitious sports rider and enthralls with numerous exclusive details that were previously restricted to racing, some making their first appearance in series vehicle production.
Examples of these include the self-supporting and aerodynamically optimized fairings made completely of CFK, the gear shift assistant, a dashboard like that used in MotoGP, the forged aluminum wheels and the racing brakes with radially bolted calipers.
Wherever the eye of the spectator wanders, it sees pure racing technology that delights every enthusiast. It is unmistakably athletic, a vehicle that inspires on country roads as well as on the racing circuit. Regardless of the limits for the Engine: output as a result of the principle and the aerodynamic disadvantages from the cylinder configuration of a Boxer, BMW Motorrad deliberately decided to further develop this historic Engine: concept for a road racer with racing circuit talent.

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