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Presentation of the BMW HP4 Race.

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With a full tank of fuel ready to drive, the BMW HP4 Race weighs just 171 kilograms.

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In terms of weight, this is even less than the current factory machine of the Superbike World Championship!

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The main frame of the BMW HP4 Race is made entirely of carbon and weighs 7.8 kilograms.

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The BMW HP 4 Race costs 80,000 euros.

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750 units will be produced, and the BMW HP 4 Race will be available from September.

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The BMW HP 4 Race does not care about Euro 4 or any other standard – it is designed exclusively for the racetrack.

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Presentation of the BMW HP4 Race.

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Reliable, robust switch units as in the Superbike World Championship. Blue: Selector switch for dynamic traction control and engine adjustable engine braking effect. Red or green: Adaptation of DTC or EBR.

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Kill switch (red), driving mode switch (blue), pit lane limiter / start button (black).

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Compared to light alloy forged wheels, this means a weight saving of around 30 percent.

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The front and rear wheels are also made of carbon.

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BMW HP4 Race model presentation

171 kilograms, 215 hp, 750 pieces

The Bavarian carbon athlete BMW HP4 Race weighs in at just 171 kilograms – that’s less than the current works racer in the Superbike World Championship!

The BMW HP4 Race’s good – and its developers probably had a lot of fun. Because it doesn’t care about Euro 4 or any other standard – it is designed exclusively for the racetrack. That’s why it comes from the factory with the reverse gearshift pattern – that is, first gear up, all others are engaged by stepping down. Various pinions and sprockets are also included ex works.

With a full tank of fuel ready to drive, it should weigh in at just 171 kilograms and deliver 215 hp at 13,900 rpm. That is 16 hp more than the street-legal BMW S 1000 RR. The maximum torque of 120 Nm is available at 10,000 rpm (S 1000 RR: 113 Nm at 10,500 rpm). The racing engine developed for the Superbike and Endurance World Championships serves as the basis. The maximum speed has also been increased for the BMW HP4 Race: from 14,200 to 14,500.

Video HP4 Race at EICMA

Price for the BMW HP4 Race: 80,000 euros

The carbon sports car will be available from September 2017, albeit in limited numbers: 750 of the BMW HP4 Race will be produced and cost 80,000 euros. Instead, there is a thoroughbred racetrack motorcycle with a monocoque carbon frame and carbon wheels, Öhlins spring elements (identical in construction to those from the SBK World Championships and MotoGP), swing arms from the SBK World Championships, Brembo monobloc brake calipers of the GP4 PR type, Titanium pistons, one-piece aluminum calipers, 6.75 mm thick 320-millimeter T-type racing steel brake discs and all electronic driver assistance systems (DTC, EBR, wheelie control, pit lane limiter, launch control).

Like the frame and wheels, the trim parts of the BMW HP4 Race are made of carbon, the tank is made of hand-brushed aluminum. The entire vehicle, as well as the engine, is handmade in Berlin.

You can read the details of the modified engine of the BMW HP4 Race in MOTORRAD issue 10, from April 28, 2017 at the kiosk or as a PDF for download here:

MOTORRAD issues as PDF for download

BMW HP4 Race at a glance (manufacturer information)

  • Carbon main frame in monocoque construction; Weight: 7.8 kilograms
  • Self-supporting carbon frame rear, height adjustable in three positions.
  • Carbon wheels (weight reduction approx. 30 percent compared to light alloy forged wheels)
  • Öhlins upside-down fork type FGR 300
  • Öhlins shock absorber type TTX 36 GP
  • Brembo monobloc brake calipers type GP4 PR in connection with 320 T-Type racing steel brake discs (thickness: 6.75 mm) at the front
  • Racing engine at World Cup level with an output of 158 kW (215 PS) at 13,900 rpm and a max. Torque of 120 Nm at 10,000 rpm
  • Racing gearbox with adapted gear ratios
  • Weight-optimized electrics with lithium-ion battery with 5 Ah
  • 2D dashboard and 2D recording including logger
  • Dynamic traction control DTC (gear-selective programmable in 15 stages)
  • Engine Brake EBR (programmable gear-selective in 15 stages)
  • Wheelie Control (programmable gear-selective)
  • Launch Control
  • Pit lane limit
  • Trim parts made of carbon with quick-release fasteners
  • Paintwork in BMW HP Motorsport colors
  • Factory production in Berlin of 750 units

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Technical specifications


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Engine:

  • Displacement: 999 cm³
  • Bore / stroke: 80 / 49.7 mm
  • Output: 158/215 kW / PS (at 13,900 rpm)
  • Max. Torque: 120 Nm (at 10,000 rpm)
  • Design: water-cooled inline four-cylinder engine
  • Compression / fuel: 13.7-13.9: 1 / min
  • Valve / gas control: DOHC (double overhead camshaft), valve actuation via single rocker arm
  • Valves per cylinder: 4
  • Ø inlet / outlet: 33.5 / 27.2 mm
  • Throttle valve diameter: 48 mm

Power transmission gear:

  • Clutch Multi-plate anti-hopping oil bath clutch, mechanically operated
  • Transmission Claw-shifted 6-speed racing transmission (EVO) with straight teeth (gear 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 optimized)
  • Primary ratio: 1.652
  • Gear ratio gear steps: I 2.388; II 2,000; III 1.727; IV 1.545; V 1,400; VI 1.291
  • Rear wheel drive: chain
  • Translation: 2,647
  • Traction control: DTC can be set to 15 levels
  • Motor brake EBR: 15-stage adjustable

Landing gear:

  • Carbon monocoque RTM frame with steering head angle and swing arm pivot adjustment, engine supporting
  • Front wheel guidance: Öhlins FGR 300 WSBK fork, adjustable rebound and compression damping, adjustable spring preload, adjustable Öhlins steering damper SD052, quick-change system for the front wheel thanks to rotatable fork feet with the front fender installed (brake calipers do not have to be removed to change the wheel)
  • Rear wheel guide aluminum double-arm swing arm Öhlins TTX 36 GP central spring strut, adjustable rebound and compression damping, adjustable spring preload, adjustable spring strut pivot point at the top (0/3 mm), adjustable spring strut deflection (tension strut length ), contact surfaces for wheel spacer bushing on chain tensioners for easy / hands-free wheel mounting, titanium -Chain tensioner outside, inside aluminum, CFRP assembly stand mounts on swing arm
  • Suspension travel front / rear: 130/120 mm
  • Trail: 102.5 mm (adjustable from 95-112)
  • Wheelbase: 1,440 mm
  • Steering head angle: 65.5 ° (adjustable 0.0 °, + -0.5 °, + -1 °)
  • Strut tension: 113 mm (adjustable variable + – 5mm)
  • Arm length: 604 mm
  • Triple offset clamp: 30 mm (adjustable 26 mm, 28 mm, 32 mm)
  • Wheels: carbon wheels incl. Firmly pressed wheel spacers for easy wheel mounting
  • Rim dimensions front / rear: 3.50 x 17" / 6.00 x 17"
  • Front tire: 120/70 ZR 17 Pirelli Diabolo Superbike Slick SC2
  • Rear tire: 200/60 ZR 17 Pirelli Diabolo Superbike Slick SC2
  • Front brake: Brembo Racing double disc brake, T-floated racing brake discs, diameter 320 x 6.75 mm, 4-piston monoblock WSBK fixed caliper GP4-PR with titanium piston, Brembo Racing RCS19x18 hand brake pump including adjustable Brembo Racing brake lever, Brembo Racing -Clutch lever (without clutch switch)
  • Rear brake Brembo Racing single disc brake, 4-piston WSBK fixed caliper with titanium piston, brake disc diameter 220 x 4.0 mm. Footrest system Rigid footrest system milled from aluminum, adjustable in 8 positions

Mass and weight:

  • Seat height with empty weight: 816 mm (lowest position), 831 mm (delivery condition), 846 mm (highest position)
  • usable tank volume: 17.5 l; of which reserve approx. 4 liters
  • Dry weight: 146 kg
  • Empty weight ready to drive, fully fueled 1): 171.4 kg

Standard equipment (in excerpts):

BMW Motorrad Race DTC (Dynamic Traction Control) +/- 7; EBR (Engine Brake Control) +/- 7, 4 driving modes (WET, INT, Dry1, Dry2), 2D data recording / stick logger / laptiming / GPS, 2D dashboard, 2D data recording prepared for spring travel sensors / brake pressure sensors , pit lane limiter, Launch Control, adjustable footrest system (8-way), adjustable handlebars (arrow), fork bridge with offset setting (variable with accessory pack), seat height adjustment, steering head angle adjustment (variable with accessory pack), swing arm pivot point adjustment (variable with accessory pack), HP4 Race shift assistant (Up / Down), circuit diagram already reversed in delivery state, WSBK button unit, HP Race Brake lever guard, secondary transmission variable by accessory pack (pinion 15, 16, 17 / chainring 41, 42, 43, 44, 45).

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