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    1190RS Photos and Specifications

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    1190RS SPEC


    Engine

    Type Liquid cooled V twin
    Bore X Stroke 4.17 x 2.66 (106 x 67.5 mm)
    Displacement 72.6 cu 1190 CC
    Compression Ratio 13.6 :1
    Fuel Delivery Dual 61mm throttle bodies
    Exhaust Primary + Secondary
    Peak Torque 97 ft-lbs @ 9400 rpm
    Peak Horsepower 175 hp @ 9750 rpm
    Drivetrain

    Primary Drive Gear, 36/65
    Final Drive 520 Chain, 16/41
    Clutch Wet multi-plate, slipper
    Transmission Ratios:
    1st 2.46
    2nd 1.75
    3rd 1.38
    4th 1.17
    5th 1.04
    6th 0.96
    Dimensions

    Seat Height 30.5″ (775 mm)
    Rake 22
    Trail 3.4″ (86 mm)
    Lean Angle 55
    Front Tire 120/70R- 17
    Rear Tire 190/55R-17
    Fuel Capacity 4.5 gal (17.1 L)
    Wet Weight (No Fuel) 389 lbs (176 kg)
    Chassis

    Frame Aluminum frame with integral fuel reservoir
    Swingarm Optimized stiffness aluminum
    Front Suspension 43 mm Öhlins inverted fork, adjustable compression damping, rebound damping adjustable spring preload
    Rear Suspension Öhlins fully adjustable TTX coil over monoshock with remote reservoir
    Front Wheel 3.5″ x 17″ magnesium
    Rear Wheel 6.0″ x 17″ magnesium
    Front Brake ISO finned rotor, 8 piston caliper with cooling duct
    2012 1190RS

    MSRP $39,999
    Carbon Package Add $4,000
    Colors Abraxas Inferno and Burnt Armor


    Boreas Frost and Burnt Armor


    Carbon and Pitch Black

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    Saw these at Miller this year, looks and sounds amazing. I'll have to upload my pictures when I get some free time.

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    That is one sweet looking bike, I can't wait to see (and hear) one in person. Those specs are drool-worthy.
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    Sounds a bit like the KTM RC8...only more 'merican.

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    I would love to see one in the Abraxas Inferno color scheme.

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    Yes very nice except for that exhaust....hope that changes.

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    I always figured the exhaust is sort of a built-in aftermarket pipe. Remove the secondary resonator and replace it with 2 tips on the main muffler, and you're good to go.

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    It has to pass the noise emmsion tests, most sportbikes these days have "weird" or odd looking pipes.....

    good thing there will be aftermarket choices.

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    The Crotchrocket.tv EBR 1190RS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed / AF1 Racing View Post
    It has to pass the noise emmsion tests, most sportbikes these days have "weird" or odd looking pipes.....

    good thing there will be aftermarket choices.
    yep!!

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