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BMW Motorrad Releases 2013 HP4 Supersport Bike

The HP4 is the lightest 4-cylinder supersport bike in the 1000cc class to date. It has an output of 193 hp (142kW) and has a dry weight of 373 lbs (169 kg), including race ABS.

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BMW Motorrad has released the 2013 HP4 — the lightest 4-cylinder supersport bike in the 1000cc class to date. Based on the BMW S 1000 RR, the new HP4 has an output of 193 hp (142 kW) and has a dry weight of 373 lbs (169 kg), including race ABS. Race ready with a 90 percent full fuel tank at just 439 lbs (199 kg).

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The new BMW HP4 is a continuation of BMW Motorrad’s HP model series founded in 2005. After the boxer models HP2 Enduro, HP2 Megamoto and HP2 Sport, the BMW HP4 is the first 4-cylinder motorcycle in the HP family.

The new production HP4 is immediately ready for use on the race track, requiring no elaborate modifications. However, it also offers great potential for dynamic road riding.

Features include:

•    Innovative suspension with Dynamic Damping Control (DDC).

•    Race ABS with IDM setting.

•    Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) with fine tune adjustment in "slick" mode.

•    Launch control.

•    Adapted wheelie detection.

•    New rear wheel tires, 200/55 ZR 17.

•    Shift assistant as standard equipment.

•    Light titanium exhaust system with controlled acoustic valve and resonance pipe.

•    Forged light alloy wheels, anodized in black.

•    Radial monoblock brake calipers by Brembo with special brake pads.

•    9x floating brake discs at front.

•    Extended, dual-section engine spoiler.

•    Seat in monoposto look with passenger seat cover.

•    Lighter 7 Ah battery.

•    Performance-oriented engine setup.

•    Increased torque in the medium engine speed range.

•    Racing Blue Metallic/white finish.

Additional BMW Motorrad options and special accessories are available for further customization of the new HP4.

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