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BMW R1200C 1997
|Configuration||Horizontally opposed air and oil-cooled twin, high cam, 4 valves per
|Lubrication||Dual gear-driven trochoidal pumps, 5 - 6 bar oil pressure
3.5 liters without oil filter
3.75 liters with oil filter
|Bore & Stroke||101 x 73 mm||Ignition||Motronic MA 2.4|
|Capacity||1170 cc||Charging system|
|Maximum Power||45 kW (61 hp) at 5000 rpm||Transmission||Gear driven primary drive
Palloid bevel gears 2.54:1 ratio
|Maximum Torque||98 nm at 3000 rpm
71 ft-lbs at 3000 rpm
|Cam Timing||Opening angle 256 °
Inlet opens 17° after TDC
Exhaust opens 15° after TDC
Inlet closes 15° after BDC
Exhaust closes 17° before TDC
Valve timing at 3 mm valve lift (no valve clearance)
|Clutch||Single 165 mm dry plate, lightweight design with increased-leverage diaphragm spring|
|Frame||Steering angle, in normal-load position 60.50
Castor, in normal-load position 86 mm
|Wheels||2.50 x 18 front
4.00 x 15 rear
Spoked alloy rims
|Dimensions||Weight: 256 kg (519 lbs) dry
Length: 2340 mm
Seatheight: 740 mm
|Tyres||100/90-18 56 H, tubeless
170/80-15 83 H, tubeless
|Front Suspension||Telelever system with centrally located spring strut and hydraulic telescopic 35mm forks, 144 mm spring travel.||Brakes||Front:
Dual Brembo 4-piston calipers with angular-wear compensation and 305mm stainless steel floating brake discs.
Rear: 285 mm disc
|Rear suspension||Central spring strut with coil spring and two-tube shock absorber. Spring preload is mechanically adjustable. 100mm suspension travel.||Fuel Capacity||17 litres inc 4 l reserve|
|Colours||Canyon red metalic #731
Deep Black #730
|Top Speed||168 kph (104 mph)||Fuel Economy||5.9 litres per 100km at 120kph|
|Acceleration||0-60 mph 5.8 seconds|
|Options and Accessories:
Information above based on BMW Australia and US market specifications, other markets may vary slightly.