2010 Bmw K 1300 S on mail.2040motos
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2010 Bmw K 1300 S, BMW's Sport Monster! - Outstanding performance. BMW K 1300 S. The interceptor. The athlete. Aerodynamic, avant-garde. Do you know of another sporty bike with this profile? A bike that develops such pulling power with 175 horsepower that it takes the heat out of many 200 horsepower bikes? But a bike you can still take out on a quick trip simply because it has great everyday suitability? At the same time a technological treat? The reasons: 103 pounds force foot (140 Newton meters) from 1,293 cubic centimeters – and at 8,250 revolutions per minute too. With a throaty sound from a cool, hexagonal tube. With catalytic converter and exhaust valve. And with fuel consumption and exhaust emission values which would suit many a machine with half the dynamic performance. With this jet, the whole concept of speed moves into a new dimension. This in-line four-cylinder delivers its power in such a way that you can almost feel it when standing still. That’s because within the engine speed ranges in which you move more than 80 percent of the time – i.e. the lower and medium speed ranges – it delivers performance from the first yard. The real thing. And in terms of safety features, this machine is unique: ABS as standard with ASC and ESA optional. And the extras are amazing: Race through the gears with the automatic shift function, pure racing in view with the 2D dashboard. The BMW K 1300 S: Supreme power with the sportiest of understatement. Why not try it out right away!
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Moto blogWed, 24 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700
BMW announced it will withdraw its factory support from the World Superbike Championship at the end of the 2013 season. According to BMW, the company will concentrate on its production models including the addition of new small-displacement models and reaching developing markets. BMW Motorrad will also shift resources to other motorsports activities such as supporting customer racing efforts in both international and domestic competitions.Tue, 20 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700
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Dainese to Develop Airbag-Equipped Riding Gear for BMW; Technology Coming to BMW Motorcycles in 2015Wed, 17 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700
BMW announced a new joint project with Dainese that would develop a new line of rider equipment using the Italian company’s integrated airbag technology. The two companies will also be working on integrating the technology to BMW’s motorcycles. The new line will make use of Dainese’s D-Air technology developed by MotoGP racers such as Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi.
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