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BMW S1000RR Sport (2012-current)
  Although power and torque remain the same, the 2012 S1000RR has a lighter-action throttle, smoother power delivery, a 20% larger air intake and a one-tooth larger rear sprocket, which gives the BMW extra ...

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BMW S1000RR (2009-current)
  Top marks are not just for the high bhp output alone, but also for the clever electronics. One part of which is the performance mode selection switch where four choices are manually selectable. ...

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BMW R1200ST (2005-2007)
The BMW R1200ST's 1170cc, twin spark, SOHC Boxer twin is from BMW’s best-selling R1200GS. But in this package it feels slightly underwhelming. No matter how hard you wring the throttle the R1200ST always f...

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BMW R1200S (2006-2007)
Boxer twins (where the two pistons horizontally oppose one another) are historically all about torque. But the R1200S's DOHC, 1170cc item loves to rev, building as it does to a second powerband at around 6500rpm...

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BMW R1200RT (2010-current)
  The new twin-cam engine is derived from the BMW HP2 Sport and new in the RT for 2010. The motor gives the same 110bhp total output as the old bike but it accelerates faster, the fuel injection is crisper ...

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BMW R1200RT (2005-2009)
New 1200 version of the BMW R1150RT, as debuted on the BMW R1200GS the year before, delivered 110bhp, 15% up on the old 1150 engine. And you notice it, too. The BMW R1200RT is vigorous and lively, yet with the same ...

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BMW R1200R (2006-current)
With the BMW R1200R famed reliability meets the tuning fingers of a joker. There’s a fair wallop of bottom end grunt and top end kick – more than any naked bike has a right to have. Even though the old f...

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BMW R1200GS Adventure (2010-current)
  Where it lacked power now it has it, drive it on and there’s still that annoying hole for emissions around 4500rpm (they all do that mister), but it barks after that. The exhaust definitely sounds m...

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BMW R1200GS Adventure (2006-current)
The new 1170cc, Boxer twin SOHC motor in the BMW R1200GS Adventure is taken from the best-selling motorcycle, the BMW R1200GS. It’s powerful, torquey and well-geared for effortless cruising at motorway speeds....

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BMW R1200GS (2004-current)
The BMW R1200GS' trusty oil/air-cooled SOHC Boxer motor is flexible, punchy and revvy all at the same time. The motorcycle's throttle is light, the response is instant and the power is all you could hopefull...

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BMW R1200C (1997-2005)
The BMW R1200C's engine is not to be confused with more recent 1200cc boxer flat twins seen in 2004 onwards BMWs. This is a low-tech lump producing just 61bhp – more isn’t really needed. It delivers ...

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BMW R1150RT (2001-2005)
The BMW R1150RT's ‘Boxer’ opposed flat twin traces it’s heritage back to the 50s or even 20s with few major changes. It’s torquey at low rev and produces modest power higher up the tacho....

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