2009 BMW K1300R

April 29th, 2011 Filed under: BMW

grey 2009 BMW K1300R

 

2009 BMW K1300R As a continuation of the generation of the BMW K1200 marketed in 2004, BMW re-release of two variants of the BMW K1300 BMW K1300R and K1300S. The difference, which is coded S equipped with a fairing while those ending in the letter R in the category naked bike or motorcycle without a fairing. Some of the fixes from previous generations try to offer the BMW though physically there is not much changed from its predecessor’s generation. At first glance it seemed there was no physical changes occur even though here and there there are parts that have small changes, such as muffler design. But overall it was not a major consideration physical BMW this time. BMW K1300R numerous improvements that make it more ‘balanced’ than the previous generation.

 

grey 2009 BMW K1300R

 

Initially the engine capacity is expandable up to 1.293cc 1.157cc. Auto-generated power this engine was increased from 138bhp to 173bhp. Perhaps, this new version is able to reach a maximum speed of 155 mph, or about 250km / j. That’s if you have enough guts to menggebernya until it reaches the maximum point.
BMW has worked with a company called Ricardo to design the engine of the BMW K1300R. The company is also responsible for the manufacture of gearboxes Bugatti Veyron. The result, a four-cylinder engine that moves more smoothly while carrying the power and incredible torque. But of course a reliable machine there would be no meaning without a chassis that also qualified. BMW managed to cut about 1kg of weight of the previous generation by applying an aluminum frame instead of steel that was used.

 

grey 2009 BMW K1300R

 

As in BMW K1200, power from the engine is channeled to the rear wheels using the axle. This makes the treatment as well as the cost needed to be reduced when compared with the chain. Vibration problems and high oil consumption apparently also considered by BMW and the sector has also been fixed in version ini.Yang slightly awkward fact is that she became more wheelbase 0.2 inch. BMW K1200 is a weakness on the side of the control point due to gravity and distance between the wheels are too far away. This means that when BMW decided to increase the distance between the front wheels and rear wheels of the weaknesses in the BMW K1200 will get worse. Unless BMW is preparing for ‘secret weapon’ other.

 

grey 2009 BMW K1300R

grey 2009 BMW K1300R

grey 2009 BMW K1300R

grey 2009 BMW K1300R

grey 2009 BMW K1300R

 

Specification 2009 BMW K1300R

 

Engine

Power Unit

Configuration 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 140 Nm/103 lb-ft at 8,250 rpm

Compression ratio 13.0 : 1

 

Fuel supply/engine management

Electronic fuel injection, Digital Motor Electronics

with integrated knock control (BMS-K)

Valve/gas control DOHC (double overhead camshaft)

Diameter inlet 32

Diameter outlet 27,5

Throttle valve diameter 46

Exhaust management Fully controlled three-way catalyst,

EU3 emission standard

 

Performance/fuel consumption

Top speed 200 km/h (124 mph) +

Fuel consumption at a steady 90 km/h (56 mph)

5.0 ltr/100 km

Fuel consumption at a steady 120 km/h (75 mph)

5.8 ltr/100 km

Fuel grade Premium Plus, unleaded, 98 RON; automatic knock

control also enabling the engine to run on premium fuel down to 95 RON

 

Electrical System

Alternator 580 W three-phase alternator

Battery 12 V/14 Ah, maintenance-free

 

Power Transmission

Clutch Multiple-plate clutch in oil bath, hydraulically operated

Gearbox Dog-shift six-speed gearbox

Primary Transmission 1,559

Transmission, gear stages

I 2,398

II 1,871

III 1,525

IV 1,296

V 1,143

VI 1,015

Secondary drive Drive shaft

 

Suspension/Brakes

Frame 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 with BMW Motorrad

Paralever; central spring strut with lever system,

spring pre-tension with infi nite hydraulic adjustment

by hand wheel, adjustable inbound damping

Spring travel, front/rear 115 mm/135 mm (4.52/5.31″)

Wheelbase 1,585 mm (62.4″)

Castor 104.4 mm (4.11″)

Suspension/Brakes

Steering head angle 60.4

Wheels Cast aluminium wheels

Rim, front 3.50 x 17″

Rim, rear 5.50 x 17″

Tyre, front 120/70 ZR 17

Tyre, rear 180/55 ZR 17

Brake, front Double-disc brake, fl oating brake discs, diameter

320 mm (12.6″), four-piston fi xed calliper

Brake, rear Single-disc brake, diameter 265 mm (10.4″),

double-piston swing calliper

ABS Optional: BMW Motorrad Integral ABS (semi-integral)

 

 

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