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2007 Bmw K-series on 2040-motos

US $5,300.00
YearYear:2007 MileageMileage:16 ColorColor: Blue
Location:

Ocean View, Delaware, United States

Ocean View, Delaware, United States
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BMW K-Series photos

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BMW K-Series tech info

WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Sport Touring For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

BMW K-Series description

2007 BMW K 1200 R Sport

Original MSRP:  $14,450.00* Destination charge (not included in MSRP): $475.00
Engine
Type Transverse mounted, liquid-cooled inline 4-cylinde
Bore x Stroke 79 mm x 59 mm
Displacement 1157 cc
Horsepower 163 bhp @ 10250 rpm
Torque 94 lb/ft @ 8250 rpm
Compression Ratio 13.0 :1
Valve Gear DOHC, chain-driven with bucket tappets
Valves 2 x 32 mm mm intake / 2 x 27,5 mm mm exhaust
Valves / Cylinder Four
Engine Oil Capacity 3.7 quarts
Engine Management BMW Engine Controller - BMS K
Fuel Requirement Unleaded, premium grade, 93 AKI
Fuel Tank HDPE, internal pump and internal filter
Fuel Capacity 5.0 U.S. gallons including 1 gallon reserve
Charging System 580 Watts @ 14 Volts
Battery 12 Volts 14 Amps/hour low maintenance
Cooling System Single Radiator, 50/50 water/anti-freeze mix
Drivetrain
Primary Drive 1:1.559
Clutch 151 mm, multi-disc oil bath
1st Gear Ratio 2.40:1
2nd Gear Ratio 1.87:1
3rd Gear Ratio 1.53:1
4th Gear Ratio 1.30:1
5th Gear Ratio 1.14:1
6th Gear Ratio 1.01:1
Final Drive System Enclosed driveshaft with two universal joints
Final Drive Ratio 2.91:1
Frame and Suspension
Frame Composite aluminum frame
Front Suspension BMW Duolever
Front Travel 4.5 inches
Rear Suspension BMW EVO Paralever
Rear Travel 5.3 inches
Brakes
Brake System BMW EVO
Front Brakes Two, four-piston fixed calipers
Front Rotor 12.6 inch dual floating rotors
Rear Brake Single, two-piston fixed caliper
Rear Rotor 10.4 inch single, fixed rotor
Actuation Method Hydraulic, DOT 4 fluid type
Wheels and Tires
Front Wheel 3.50 x 17 cast alloy, five double-spoke
Rear Wheel 5.50 x 17 cast alloy, five double-spoke
Front Tire 120/70 x 17 tubeless
Rear Tire 180/55 x 17 tubeless
Dimensions
Overall Length 87.7 inches
Overall Width 33.7 inches
Wheelbase 62.2 inches
Ground Clearance Info. Unavailable
Seat Height 32.3 inches
Steering Angle 61.0 degrees
Front Wheel Trail 4.5 inches
Weight - Dry 474 lbs. excluding options & accessories
Weight - Wet 531 lbs. excluding options & accessories
Maximum Load 992 lbs. GVWR
Standard Colors
Code  Price Description
N05     N / C Cosmic Blue metallic

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