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ERLAUTERUNG:Bmw handbuch f 800 s/st/r
BMW likes to do things a bit differently. From their Boxer engines through to their duolever and paralever suspension systems, the German manufacturer has never been content to follow the status quo, but instead like to come up with their own engineering developments on their motorcycles.
With single cylinder machines, large capacity boxer twins and four-cylinder machines already well established in the BMW range, the latest engine configuration to roll out of the Munich factory is an all new parallel twin dubbed the F The Bombardier-Rotax built cc engine provides good drive from rpm right through to the rpm redline.
Unusually for a twin, the engine is also extremely smooth with very little of the shudders and shakes common to large capacity twins. The engine uses a weighted third con-rod to help balance the engine and it certainly seems to work. Double overhead camshafts are driven by a toothed chain and operate four valves per cylinder via follower arms. Service intervals for the valve clearances are only necessary after 20,km.
A long duct at the front left of the machine feeds a large airbox that has plenty of room to move air thanks to the 16 litre fuel cell being situated under the seat. The BMW F I rode had less than km on the clock when I trundled out of Mangatangi NZ. Early in the ride the engine was still very tight and its performance was a little underwhelming. Once it had a few hard ridden kilometres on it, the engine certainly felt as though it delivered every one of those claimed 85 ponies at rpm.
A claimed 86Nm of torque at rpm also feels pretty close to the mark. The F donk is light-years ahead of the recent asthmatic cc air-cooled Ducati twins in the SS range. However, with a cc deficit the BMW does not offer quite as much pull as the latest cc DS series Ducati twins. The large two-into-one exhaust sings quite a reasonable note and if some wrist restraint is exercised a touring range of km can be achieved.
When flogging the thing mercilessly in the hills, this can come back to around kilometers. Shifting gears through the six speed box requires a positive prod of the foot. The shifts are nicer than on earlier BMW machines, but are still not quite up to the standard set by the Japanese. The Germans are clearly getting much closer in this regard, however, and the F certainly shifts much more like a sportsbike than a Buell.
BMW have chosen not to use their customary Paralever single sided swingarm incorporating shaft drive on the F Instead, a new single sided swingarm with a toothed belt-drive system makes its debut on the F I have never been a fan of belt-drive systems on motorcycles that are made for cornering, but I am very pleased to report that BMW have done a great job. The binding common to most belt drive systems never makes its presence felt on the Fand the risk of getting a rock between the belt and the toothed cog is also all but eliminated thanks to the belt being nearly fully enclosed.
BMW recommend that belt tension should be checked every 10,km and should be good for around 50,km before replacement. Conventional forks with very beefy looking 43mm stanchions are at first glance fairly low spec. The complete lack of preload or damping adjustments will have compulsive knob twiddlers very frustrated, but in reality I found no need to adjust anything.
The front end of the machine is simply marvellous. I pushed the front hard enough to destroy the shoulders of a mm Dunlop front tyre in under kilometres of tight and twisting blacktop and have nothing but praise about how well the front end tracks. The route was immensely challenging, and I pushed the front as hard as I would have dared on the best sportsbike in that terrain, and harder than I would have dared on many. Remember to take those remarks in context.
We are talking very challenging roads where the F will allow a rider to go just as fast as any sportsbike. It does not mean that at a full on racetrack pace complete with sticky hoops the F will stay with a sportsbike, but at any remotely sane pace on public roads the F will not be left behind.
That is of course if the rider winds some more preload on and a touch more rebound damping out back. On standard settings the rear wallows at even a very moderate pace, but just a little adjustment improves things out of sight. BMW are clever enough to provide a useful little tool slotted into a recess underneath the seat that makes adjusting the preload wonderfully simple.
Likewise, the damping can even be adjusted with a gloved hand thanks to a triangular shaped knob on the shock body. These are the nice little touches of attention to detail that are hallmarks of the BMW brand. Those smart fellas back in Germany obviously also ride the bikes they design, something the Japanese designers should also perhaps start doing….
The riding position offers the best of both worlds. The seat-bar-peg axis positions the rider just right. It enables the aggressive rider to position their bodyweight exactly where they want it, while the upright touring rider will also have little to complain about. The S model has a slightly sportier riding position than the ST but it would take an extremely fussy bugger to find reason to complain about either perch. The reasonable mm seat height can be reduced to mm via a no cost optional lower seat.
The F S weighs in at a claimed kg with the ST carrying 5kg more but both bikes have a very light feel. With or without the ABS the brakes are fantastic. The servo assistance often found on many other BMW machines — and universally loathed by all comers — thankfully makes no appearance on the F Large mm discs with beefy four-piston calipers are aided by a generously sized mm disc at the rear.
Steel lines feed the brake fluid to all three calipers. The lever is reach adjustable by an easily accessible knob. After time though the knob would unscrew itself and push the lever further from the bars. Something to keep an eye on. Electrical signals throughout the machine are taken care of by Can-bus technology with single wires doing away with a vast array of electrical hardware.
This aids simplicity and helps to reduce weight. Instrumentation is comprehensive with a fuel gauge, coolant temperature, clock and the usual speedometer and tachometer. The main difference between the two models are that the ST has side panels on the fairing, a taller screen, higher bars, a luggage rack and different rims.
The rims on the S model are exquisite in their design. Both models are available with the normal endless BMW optional equipment, ranging from ABS brakes, automatic tyre pressure control and on board computers to a lower seat and hard luggage. Each pannier is capable of swallowing a full face helmet or up to 8kg of luggage.
You starting to understand why some people reckon BMW stands for Bring More Wallet? A possible stumbling block to the success of this bike is the price. Here, on a price point basis, the BMW begins to look a little more competitive. The Ducati does have that lovely DS engine in its favour and is a slightly sportier bit of kit, but in the same breath four grand is a lot of money and the BMW would rarely be left behind. The F is the kind of machine that grows on you and is one that impressed me greatly.
To my eye it is more visually appealing than the Ducati and those lovely touches of user friendliness will make living with the machine an absolute joy. The Ducati has more motor and is perhaps a little more balanced at ten-tenths riding but the BMW is certainly not miles behind in either department. In fact I would be really hard pressed to choose between the two if I was after a twin-cylinder sports-tourer and I have had the luxury of putting plenty of kilometres on both machines.
And to both their credits the more time I spent with either of them the more they ingratiated themselves with me and I would take either ahead of the present generation VFRitself a highly accomplished machine. The F is more touring friendly and nicely featured than the cheaper SVS Suzuki, which could be seen as a competitor.
In the engine department the Suzuki is much stronger, but in the handling stakes the BMW would win the war. BMW are also targeting Ducati Monster buyers with the F S and I guess that is a fair call, but having spent little time with Monsters the only comparison I could offer in that quarter is again the levels of user friendliness and touring abilities the BMW boasts.
If you want to taste the F yourself get in touch with your local BMW dealer. From the feedback I receive through our forum and other places most BMW dealerships around the country are only too eager to let you loose on their motorcycles. Just remember to put a little more preload and damping on at the rear if you want to test its sporting abilities.
The spanner for adjusting the preload is fixed to the underside of the seat. Like I said before, smart fellas these Germans…. Motojourno - Founder of MCNews. AU is a specialist on-line resource that provides motorcycle news for motorcyclists. MCNews covers all areas of interest for the motorcycling public including news, reviews and comprehensive racing coverage.
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Absolut humorlos. Gut so. Genau wie der durchzugstarke Parallel-Twin mit seinem maximalen Drehmoment von 86 Nm bei 5. Da vergeht Verfolgern das Lachen. Montjuic Der Stadtberg Barcelonas ist leicht mit der Seilbahn zu erreichen. Ein ehemals dunkler Ort in der Geschichte der Stadt, denn das Kastell wurde ursprünglich gebaut, um die stolzen Katalanen zu unterwerfen.
Heute beherbergt es ein Militärmuseum und ist ein beliebtes Aus ugsziel. Der Parallel-Twin der BMW F S und ST ist das neue High-Tech-Triebwerk der Mittelklasse. Mit ccm Hubraum zeichnet es sich durch einen souveränen Durchzug in jedem Drehzahlbereich aus. Denn nicht das Streben nach Höchstdrehzahlen stand bei der Entwicklung im Vordergrund, sondern eine besonders einfache und gut kontrollierbare Fahrbarkeit.
So stehen schon bei 5. Dies ermöglicht ein Minimum an Reibung und ein Maximum an Drehzahlfestigkeit. Die geringen bewegten Massen und die Stei gkeit des Ventiltriebs setzen die einzelnen Bauteile einer geringen Belastung aus. Die Sonderausstattung. Das gewisse Plus an Komfort und Sicherheit bietet das umfangreiche Angebot der BMW Motorrad Sonderausstattung. Weitere Sonderausstattung o. Suchen Sie nach einem Bedienungsanleitung.