The BMW HP4 Race is one of the most exclusive and powerful superbikes ever built. Based on the S1000RR it costs €80,000 ($78,000 in the US), and it features a carbon fiber frame, wheels and World Superbike specifications. Every unit is handmade, and we got the chance to unbox one and fire it up. Here’s the video of the BMW HP4 Race unboxing.
BMW HP4 Race has a racing engine
The BMW HP4 Race has a racing engine, similar to the endurance and Superbike World Championship specifications 6.2 and 7.2. The maximum power output is 158 kW (215 hp) at 13,900 rpm. The maximum torque of 120 Nm is up to 10,000 rpm. Compared to the S 1000 RR engine, the maximum rotation is increased from 14,200 to 14,500 rpm. A six-speed “close ratio” racing gearbox with optimised ratios and various secondary transmissions is used to achieve the goal of the best possible performance, The standard equipment includes different sprockets and chain sprockets).
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