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1996 Bmw R850r R 850 Rlow Miles on 2040-motos

US $2,225.00
YearYear:1996 MileageMileage:35462 ColorColor: Red

Fort Mill, South Carolina, US

Fort Mill, South Carolina, US
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BMW R-Series photos

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BMW R-Series tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):848 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:wb1040609t0482111

BMW R-Series description

It has a brand new battery and charger. I also have both the left and right hard cases (normal scratches on cases) and a soft gas tank bag. It was garage kept



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BMW R850R, R850R ABS
Back to BMW Reliable Used Motorcycle Buyers Guide Index Page

Manufacturer: BMW...........TOP
Model: R850R, R850R ABS
Years Made: 1996 -(1997 USA), -(2000 AUS), -(Present UK)
Style: Standard
Engine Type:
848cc Boxer Twin
Seat: 780 mm
Weight: 482lbHP: 75
Torque: 57
Top Speed: 120mphMPG: 45
New Cost: $14,900 (1996), $14,950 (1998), $14,340 (2000), £ 6,495 (2003)

Product info:

BMW R850R Specifications

Start of Production 1994 End of Production 2001
Numbers Produced N/A Price (2003) UK Engine Motor Type Bore x Stroke Displacement Max Power Max Torque Compression Ratio Valves Per Cylinder Valve Control Mixture Control / Engine Management Emission Control Engine Lubricating System Power Transmission Clutch Gearbox Drive Electrical System Ignition System Alternator Battery Chassis Electronic ignition, Bosch Motronic MA 2.W three phase alternator 12V / 19 Ah Single disc dry clutch, hydraulically operated Constant mesh 6 speed gearbox Shaft Drive Four-stroke, two cylinder, horizontally opposed "Boxer" engine, air cooled 87.8 x 70.5 mm (3.45 x 2.77 in) 848 cc 70 hp (52 KW) at 7,000 rpm (performance reduction 34 hp (25 Kw) at 5,000 rpm possible) 77 Nm / 56 ft lb at 5,600 rpm (performance reduction: 60 Nm / 44 ft lb at 3,000 rpm) 10.3 : hc, using chain drive, cup tappets, push rod and rocker arm Electronic intake pipe injection/digital engine management: Bosch Motronic MA 2.4 with overrun fuel cut off Closed loop 3 way catalytic converter Wet sump 6,495
Type of Frame Front wheel suspension

Rear wheel suspension

Travel Front/Rear Wheels Wheel Rims, Front Wheel Rims, Rear Tyres, Front Tyres, Rear Brakes, Front Brakes, Rear ABS Dimensions/Weights Length x Width x Height Seat Height Wheel Base Castor (in Normal Position) Steering Head Angle (in Normal Position) Fuel Tank Useable Volume Reserve Unladen Weight with Full Tank Dry Weight Max. Permissible Weight Payload (with Standard Equipment) Fuel Consumption over 100 Km @ constant 90 Kph Fuel Consumption over 100 Km @ constant 120 Kph Fuel Type Top Speed
Three section composite frame consisting of front & rear section, load bearing engine BMW Motorrad Telelever; stanchion diameter 35 mm, central strut, rebound damping adjustable Die cast aluminium single sided swinging arm with BMW Motorrad Paralever; central strut, spring pre-load adjustable to continuously variable levels by mean of a hydraulic handwheel, rebound adjustable damping 120 / 135 mm (4.72 / 5.31 in) Die cast aluminium wheels 3.50 x 17 5.00 x / 70-ZR / 60-ZR 17 EVO brake system with dual disc, floating brake discs, diameter 320 mm / 12.6 in, 4 piston fixed caliper Single disc brake 276 mm / 10.86 in diameter, double piston floating caliper Special equipment BMW Motorrad Integral ABS (partially integral)
2170 x 940 x 1220 mm (85.43 x 37.00 x 48.03 in) 800 mm / 31.49 in (special equipment low seat bench: 770 mm / 30.31 in) 1487 mm / 58.54 in 127 mm / 5.00 in 61.9 degrees 20.5 litres / 4.50 gal / 5.41 gal US 4.0 litres / 0.87 gal / 1.05 gal US 238 Kg / 524 lb 218 Kg / 480 lb 450 Kg / 991 lb 212 Kg / 466 lb 4.6 litres / 61 mpg / 51 mpg US 5.7 litres / 49 mpg / 41 mpg US Unleaded Premium minimum octane rating 95 (RON) Approx. 187 Kph / 116 mph


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