BMW 2021 R 1250 RS vs Kawasaki 2020 ZZR1400 Performance Sport

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BMW 2021 R 1250 RS
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Motor Three-phase 508 W generator --
Engine Displacement 1254.00 cc 1441.00 cc
Engine Air/liquid-cooled 4-stroke flat twin engine, double overhead camshaft, one balance shaft and variable engine timing system BMW ShiftCam Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four,DOHC, 16 valves
Engine Starting -- Electric
Engine Lubrication -- Forced lubrication, wet sump with oil cooler
Clutch Oil lubricated clutch, hydraulically operated Wet multi-disc, manual
Fuel System Electronic fuel injection with ride-by-wire throttle system Fuel injection: Ø 44 mm x 4 (Mikuni)
Ignition -- Digital
Cooling System Air/liquid-cooled Liquid-cooled
Maximum Power 136 PS @ 7750 RPM 200 PS @ 10000 RPM
Maximum Torque 13 NM @ 6250 RPM 158.2 NM @ 7500 RPM
Transmission -- 6-speed
Gear Shift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5-6 1-N-2-3-4-5-6
Top Speed 201 kmph --
Battery 12 V / 12 Ah, maintenance-free --
Display TFT-Display with connectivity --
Frame Two section frame, front - and bolted on rear frame, load bearing engine Monocoque, pressed-aluminium
Headlamp LED LED
Taillamp LED LED
Tyres
Front 120/70 ZR 17 120/70ZR17M/C (58W)
Rear 180/55 ZR 17 190/50ZR17M/C (73W)
Wheel / RIM Cast Aluminum wheels
Rim, front : 3.50'' x 17''
Rim, rear : 5.50'' x 17''
Alloy
Brakes
Front Dual floating disc brakes, 4-piston radial calipers, diameter 320 mm Dual semi-floating 310 mm Brembo discs. Caliper: Dual radial-mount, Brembo monobloc, opposed 4-piston
Rear Single disc brake, diameter 276 mm, dual-piston floating caliper Single 250 mm disc. Caliper: Opposed, twin-piston
ABS BMW Motorrad Integral ABS (part-integral, can be switched off) --
Suspension
Front Upside-down telescopic fork, 45 mm 43 mm inverted fork with top-out springs. Compression damping: 18-way. Rebound damping: 15-way. Spring preload: Fully adjustable
Rear Cast aluminum single-sided swing arm with BMW Paralever; WAD strut (travel-related damping), spring pre-load hydraulically adjustable (continuously variable) via handwheel, rebound damping adjustable Bottom-Link Uni-Trak, Öhlins TTX39 rear shock with piggyback reservoir and remote preload adjuster. Compression damping: 22 way. Rebound damping: 22 way. Spring preload: Fully adjustable
Colors Available
Colors Black Storm Metallic
Style Sport
Style Exclusive
Metallic Diablo Black / Golden Blazed Green


Physical Specs
Length 2202 mm 2170 mm
Width 925 mm 770 mm
Height 1255 mm 1170 mm
Weight 460 kg --
Kerb Weight -- 268
Seat Height 820 800
Wheelbase 1530 mm 1480 mm
Ground Clearance -- 125 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 18 litres 22 litres
Overview
Features - ASC Automatic stability control)
- Full-LED headlight
- HSC (Hill start control)
- TFT-Display with connectivity
- 2 riding modes (Rain, Road)
- Bubble screen
- Brembo brake system
- Front Fork top caps
- Premium Cockpit
- Akrapovic Exhaust
Additional Details Emission control : Closed-loop 3-way catalytic converter, emission standard EU-4
Fuel consumption : 50 mpg (WMTC)
Fuel type : Premium Unleaded
Gearbox : Constant-mesh 6-speed gearbox with helical cut gears
Drive : Shaft drive
Castor : 4.4" (110.9 mm)
Steering head angle : 62.3°
Suspension travel front / rear : 5.5" / 5.5" (140 mm / 140 mm)
Inner leg curve, unladen weight : Sport Seat: 73.8", Standard Seat: 72.4", Low Seat: 67.7"
Unladen weight, road ready, fully fueled : 536 lbs (243 kg) 1)
Final drive : Sealed chain
Primary Reduction Ratio : 1.556 (84/54)
Gear Ratios 1st : 2.611 (47/18)
Gear Ratios 2nd : 1.947 (37/19)
Gear Ratios 3rd : 1.545 (34/22)
Gear Ratios 4th : 1.333 (32/24)
Gear Ratios 5th : 1.154 (30/26)
Gear Ratios 6th : 1.036 (29/28)
Final reduction ratio : 2.471 (42/17)
Trail : 93 mm
Wheel travel front : 117 mm
Wheel travel rear : 120 mm
CO2 emission : 173 g/km

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