2010 BMW R 1200 GS Specifications

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  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    2010 BMW R 1200 GS

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    On the Road.​

    Pricing

    Base MSRP: $14,950 – Dest.: $495
    Standard package: $16,400. It includes in addition to the Base, Heated Grips, ABS and Saddle Bag Mounts.
    Premium package: $17,695. It includes in addition to the Standard, On Board Computer, Enduro ESA (Electronic Suspension Adjustment), Hand Protection.

    Available Options include the following:
    • Chrome Exhaust - $150
    • Enduro ESA - $800
    • Low Suspension - $175
    • Heated Grips - $250
    • TPM (tire pressure monitor) $250
    • On Board Computer - $295
    • Hand Protection - $100
    • Anti-Theft Alarm - $395
    • Integral ABS II (Disconnectable) - $1,100
    • Enduro ASC - $400
    • Saddle Bag Mounts - $200
    • Cross Spoke Wheels - $500
    • Low Seat Height – N/C
    Detailed Specifications

    Column1Column2Column3Column4
    DimensionsAir FilterTransmissionRear Wheel
    Overall Length: 87.0 in.AF Element: PaperPrimary Reduction: Helical-gearRim Size: 17x4.00 in.
    Overall Width: 36.0 in. Ratio: 1.737Tire Size: 150/70-R17
    Overall Height: 57.0 in. excl. mirrorsFuelSecondary Reduction: Shaft Drive
    Seat Height: 31.0 – 34.2 in. adj.Recommended: Premium UnleadedRatio: 2.91Tire Pressures
    Wheelbase: 59.3 in.Fuel Tank Capacity: 5.3 US Gal.Transmission type: Constant Mesh 6-speedManual Spec
    Ground Clearance: TBA in.Fuel Tank Reserve: 1.0 US Gal.Front Tire Pressure: 32 psi
    Minimum Turning Radius: NAActual observed: NAGear RatiosRear Tire Pressure: 36 psi
    1st: 2.375
    Weight with oil and fuelFuel Injected2nd: 1.696Max Load
    504 lb. (fully fueled)Manufacturer: Bosch3rd: 1.296Front Tire Pressure: 36 psi
    Type/Size: Throttle Valve/50 mm4th: 1.065Rear Tire Pressure: 42 psi
    Engine5th: 0.939
    Type: Air/Oil cooled Flat Twin two cylinder 4-strokeElectrical System6th: .848Max Sidewall
    Valvetrain: DOHC 4 valve/cyl Check/Adjust at 6K milesIgnition: Electronic Manifold InjectionFront Tire Pressure: 42 psi
    Displacement: 1.170LCharging: AC Magneto – 720WChassisRear Tire Pressure: 42 psi
    Bore and Stroke: 3.98x2.87 in.Frame Type: Tubular Steel
    Compression Ratio: 12.0:1BatteryFront and Rear Brake
    Starter: ElectricAGM (Absorbent Glass Mat) battery LoadingType: Dual 12” Front/Single 10.4” Rear - Disc Partially Integrated, ABS
    Lubrication: Semi Dry SumpMaximum Load: 465 pounds
    Spark PlugFront Suspension
    Engine OilManufacturer: NGK MAR8B-JDSFront WheelType: BMW Telelever - Wheel Travel: 7.5 in.
    SAE 15W-40 > 0 degrees CPlug Gap: .8 mmRim Size: 19x2.5 in.
    Per Maintenance Computer or yearlyTire Size: 110/80-R19Rear Suspension
    Quantity: 4.0 QuartsClutchType: BMW Paralever - Wheel Travel: 7.9 in.
    Clutch Type: Dry Single disc hydraulic actuation


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    RPM to MPH in 6th Gear

    1 Rev of the crank = [(Pi)*(Rear Tire diameter in inches)]/[(Internal gear ratio)*(Transmission sixth gear ratio)*(Shaft Drive gear reduction)]

    1 Rev = [(3.142)*(25.8”)]/[(1.737)*(0.848)*(2.91)] = 18.912 inches. 1,000 RPM = (18,912 inches/min) * (60 min/hr) * (1 foot/12 inches) * (1 mile/5,280 feet) = 17.91 mph

    1,000 RPM = 17.9 mph
    2,000 RPM = 35.8 mph
    3,000 RPM = 53.7 mph
    4,000 RPM = 71.6 mph
    5,000 RPM = 89.6 mph
    6,000 RPM = 107.4 mph
    7,000 RPM = 125.4 mph
    8,000 RPM = NA (Top speed is slightly > than 125 mph)

    Fuel Economy

    Steady State 56 mph – 54.7 mpg
    Steady State 74 mph – 42.8 mpg

    Break In

    The first 600-miles: While running in the motorcycle, vary the throttle opening and engine-speed range frequently; avoid riding at constant engine rpm for prolonged periods.

    Try to do most of your riding during this initial break-in period on twisting, fairly hilly roads.

    For the first 125 miles, keep RPM’s less than 5,500. From 125 to 250 miles, do not exceed 6,500 RPM. From 250 to 375 miles do not exceed 7,500 RPM. And from 375 to 550 miles and only allow maximum engine RPM for short bursts.

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    And in the Lake on a road never traveled.​
     
    Last edited: Sep 14, 2010

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