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May 30th 2019, 04:43 PM   #1
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  Jan 2016
  Spokane Wa/Knoxville Tn

  2007 BMW F800S. 1999 ATK 605ESDS Sumo
2019 S1000RR stock dyno - 196hp




On the same dyno the new Ducati V4S made 189bhp per the dyno guys in the pinned comment.

Can't wait to see the new RSV4 1100 vs this new BMW on the same dyno. On another dyno video by a different group the new RSV4 made 6hp more than the V4S. So doing a little logic, the 999cc BMW makes almost identical or better power than the RSV4 1100 (8% larger displacement). Seems the shiftcam in the new RR isn't just PR speak, it works.
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May 30th 2019, 06:26 PM   #2
 
  Aug 2016
  Snohomish county WA

  2009 harley fat bob , 2012 FZ1 ,1979 gs425 project
That is freaking insane.
May 31st 2019, 04:12 AM   #3
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  Mar 2019
  oregon

I think BMW is calling the RR ///M a 2020 model.

Is the shiftcam something different in the engine than the previous non ///M version? The dealer told me they were the same exact engines which made zero sense.
May 31st 2019, 07:30 AM   #4
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  Sep 2017
  milwaukie oregon

  gsxr600 gsxr750 gsxr1000 i like gsxrs
THere is a select few riders who can actualy use 200hp, doesnt mean we all dont want one tho.
May 31st 2019, 08:17 AM   #5
 
  Jan 2016
  Spokane, WA

  1299 Panigale Anniversario #81/500, 2006 GSX-R 1000
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Originally Posted by unicykle
THere is a select few riders who can actualy use 200hp, doesnt mean we all dont want one tho.
There are quite a few riders who can hold the throttle open in a straight line. Let's not go there though...
May 31st 2019, 09:58 AM   #6
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  Jan 2016
  Bot Hell, WA

  Honda RC51, BMW S1000RR, BMW R1200RT, Suzuki DR650SE
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Originally Posted by Oregon Motorcycle
I think BMW is calling the RR ///M a 2020 model.

Is the shiftcam something different in the engine than the previous non ///M version? The dealer told me they were the same exact engines which made zero sense.
The "shift-cam" engine technology is the same on all 2020 models of the S1000 series, M or not. There are other perks in the body and electronics package that make it a "M".

Shift Cam is even a technology difference in the 2019 "R" series boxer engines this year.
May 31st 2019, 02:00 PM   #7
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  Mar 2019
  oregon

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Originally Posted by Ryfly
There are quite a few riders who can hold the throttle open in a straight line. Let's not go there though...
With all the electronics strapped to this rocket, you’d think anyone could twist and yank on it lol 😝
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