DYNO VIDEO: 2014 BMW S1000R

It's not the potent S1000RR, but excellent torque and easier ergos make it a great everyday ride.

Derived from the BMW S1000RR, the BMW S1000R is optimized for general street use with comfortably upright ergonomics. While the 999cc 4-cylinder doesn't make as much horsepower as the potent mill in the race-ready S1000RR, there's still plenty on tap, and the torque is reported to be just as good, peaking some 1,250 rpm lower on the tachometer. On our Dynojet dyno, this 2014 BMW S1000R put out 150.9 horsepower at 11,230 rpm, which is complemented by 76.8 pound-feet of torque at 9,420 rpm. Although the S1000R is a tamed down version of the S1000RR, it's still a remarkably powerful bike that in many ways is a better everyday machine for most riders.

2014 BMW S1000R dyno chart

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2014 BMW S1000R studio side view
SPECIFICATIONS
|2014 BMW S1000R
PRICE|$13,150
ENGINE TYPE|dohc inline-4
DISPLACEMENT|999cc
INDUCTION|EFI
TRANSMISSION SPEEDS|6
FINAL DRIVE|chain
FRONT BRAKE|dual disc
REAR BRAKE|disc
WHEELBASE|56.6 in.
SEAT HEIGHT|32.0 in.
FUEL CAPACITY|4.6 gal.
CLAIMED DRY WEIGHT|456 lb.
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