The '95 RR was a superb touring bike with great usability — but super ugly. After removing the windshield, hand protectors and suitcases. The BMW R R is a standard motorcycle with a 1, cc ( cu in) air/oil-cooled flat twin engine, made by BMW Motorrad from through to Seems to me that the 95 - 00 BMW RR and RRT bikes are under appreciated. Was fortunate to have a RR last summer. RING FOR A BEER By default, authentication motto it's not or seminar, you several different methods. Or so I will try it taking one or. Cons Unfortunately setting to stop spam of reading and.

The were the last of the properly build BMWs before they reduced quality to reduce price to combat the grey imports of the late 90s. Had the rs version great bikes, comfortable and could be hustled along a bit. The build quality on the is better, mainly because BMW used decent paint not water based and applied several coats.

As has been mentioned, major servicing is very easy. You will need a special oil filter removal tool because the filter is recessed into the sump. The valves are a doddle to do as well. The main PITA is possibly getting to the battery which is under the tank. On the Rockster it was about 20 bolts and several pieces of bodywork. The RT was nearly 40 bolts and quite a lot of bodywork. Just to get to the battery.

Having said that, all things being equal in the real world, the telelever system is outstanding and once you get used to the lack of fork dive it really makes sense. Though the engines are only 50cc apart, the is a much smoother for a Boxer engine, probably helped by the extra 6th gear. Loved my Rockster, sadly it was stolen.

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Analytical These files allow us to analyze our online store, which may contribute to its better functioning and adaptation to the needs of our Users. Wannaknows, Wannabes, and Wannabuys. The first two outnumber the last one by about to 1. Factor in the lost time we have spent in dealing with the and we could have been tooling down the Cote D'Azur in a new Ferrari, far, far, away from telephones and endless people either trying to pry information out of us, or just trying to satisfy their endless curiosity.

In short, we only deal with the third category these days. We have cruised down the Cote D'Azur, although on two wheels, and it is sure more fun than dealing with the Wannas. The Wannaknows and Wannabes cruise the bottom looking for scraps of information. We patiently explain that we are in the parts business and not the information business and that we do not have a technical solution hot line. People who own their own businesses seem to get this concept right away.

It's the people with a lot of free time on their hands that don't. When you undertake a turbo project with a brand new bike, especially the first new boxer of the millenium, the RRS, chock full of expensive German parts housed in a vertically split crankcase, you get a little nervous with visions of broken rings, blown head gaskets and other terminal explosions.

We really shouldn't have worried as BMW made this one tough puppy. The RRS turbo outran all the Ducatis in the road race portion as well as the during the road ride. As for the top speed this was meaningless as the Motronic computer limited the top speed to mph. For our own amusement we cruised the bike around the Palmdale high desert at mph under closed loop control. Detecting a certain lack of respect from the journalists who were seen bowing to carbon fiber bits from Italy we pulled the bike from the test It did not belong in the company of inferior machinery.

A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do. We struck a deal with Nick Ienatsch to do a separate small article which he, to his credit did. Maybe pictures of hero journalists in the afternoon sun dragging kneepads on Supemono Ducatis sells magazines but nobody rides them and they are suck ass slow compared to the RRS Turbo. Isn't life fun. Like the French say and know so well Nick made a pass at the drag strip running a Damn fast twin!

These reviews are on the internet or hidden in your old piles of magazines. They were glowing in their praise. We regeared the bike and with the rear wheel running mph the bike went through the traps at mph at El Mirage. The SCTA officials at El Mirage thought the bike would kill all the Harleys so they ruled it's pushrod operated valvetrain to really be an overhead cam and moved it to another class.

Like we said it's all politics. A boy named Sue, how do you do! Uncle Paul now has a large family in the Bay Area here in California and has moved on from journalism to non dot-com activities that pay better. The turbo everyone tested went to some customer, an architect in Arizona. We're still waiting to get paid for it. Our distributor asked us to build a second one and we answered "OK, after we get paid for the first one". They sold the prototype and when we went to collect the money it and the money were long gone.

This may be your hobby but it is our business and in a business sense, turbos make little sense. That we choose to do them is our choice and it has nothing to do with money. No one appreciates what you do and almost no one understands what is involved.

It is our choice. Got to love turbos if you want to play with them. We get calls from people who want to know if the exhaust they have will work with the turbo think about it. We have people who call and tell us they will be happy with hp all the time?

We have people call and tell us they are coming by for an installation We tell them no and they get angry. We have worked with a number of customers on prototypes. Several have announced they were not going to pay us any money because "RB Racing" was going to get rich off the prototype. We offered any of these people to simply pay us for our time and parts and we'll let them have the business.

For some reason they always decline the offer. Something about them getting their regular paycheck without any risk or investment. Over BMW turbos and turbos for more than 25 platforms over the years. Thousands and thousands of man hours and hundreds of thousands of dollars invested.

Computer code, flow benches, test equipment, custom software, electronic circuitry design, specialized castings, cnc and manual machinery, fixtures, specialized fabrication and welding equiment, payroll, training of employees etc etc. Be prepared. This is serious stuff. Know your responsibility. These aren't phony carbon fiber tank protectors. Ultimate Touring Bike?

Holy Batman! The Jig is Up! Raw Parts Takes a lot of fixtures and sub fixtures to make this part accurately. High Stakes You're sitting at the Baccarat table in Wendover keeping your steely eyes on the Mormons who've sneaked over from Salt Lake to be naughty, and those Bonneville groupies who are eyeing your pile of chips see a good time coming.

Rocket Fuel. RT Muffled Once the bodywork is on you can't see any turbo equipment, hoses etc. Wannas After doing this turbo stuff for over thirty years we have encountered all sorts of interesting people. You meet the nicest people A bit of history over 30 years. He had to go on a trip with it. Feeling cooperative you send him on his way. Two weeks later you get a call. You airfreight him a replacement turbo. You never see him again. He protests and you tell him if he opens his mouth one more time the price goes up another hundred.

Six hundred dollars later beyond the original price he pays cash. You see him periodically over the next four or five years. He is now your best friend. You later find out he killed the turbos in the burnout when he never turned on the electric oil feed pump. He sells the bike and never pays you. Oh yeah, he worked in law enforcement. You tell him to come in two weeks and pick up the parts. He calls constantly threatening you with all sorts of dire things.

We tell him to bring cash. He does. He then says nothing fits. Turns out he pieced together a bike out of a frame that was designed for another engine. Flea market stolen parts. We spend 12 hours cutting and adapting things to make it work for no charge. We look at his throttle bodies and they are not synched. We put light cable pressure on them and the bike starts instantly He goes away. He insults a female at our business. We tell him he can have the part for free if he disappears and never contacts us again.

He agrees. We send the part. Two weeks later he calls us up and tells us he has set a speed record. He goes on a multi-year effort to tell everyone the parts we made were his design and coordinates a disinformation campaign against our business. They order one, then two, then They neglect to pay you the full amount.

The orders stop and there are excuses. You drive over and look. You tell him to go ahead and copy it. You go lock the customer in his office and rip everything off his desk and get your check. You say sure and go pick up a bike they provide. You disassemble the bike in a hundred pieces and tell them to come pick it up. As long as it was raced or not sold no payment was required. Client sold the kit.

We went collect. He just passed it on. We got the message and removed the other parts from a mph bike that also were not paid for. We refused unless he agreed to pay. He paid a lawyer at least 5x what we asked for to attempt to force us to do the work for free. Much aggravation. You call him up so he can fly in and pick it up. He paid. Seems he really did not want to be in a money losing business. You agree to see if the turbo can be done. You give him a price if it turns out the parts can be made.

You make the parts and tell him to pick up the bike and the parts. The bike has no plates. No one pays. You tell the owner and the tatooed bodyguard to get bent. Bye bye on a flatbed. We rebuild the turbo and put on a new fuel pump. Customer refuses to pay. We design the parts, the fixtures, bend 50 sets of the parts and take two sets through final finishing.

We take the parts off the bike and it sits. We had made two complete systems, and spent three months of design time and had no payment from customer. We tell him to get bent. We move the business to a larger facility which costs a lot of money and ask the customer to make payment. He refuses but says he will come down and help us find a new location if we finish his bike.

We tell him to get bent again. Time passes and three and one half years later we reveive a check representing the balance of the deal. Customer calls and asks if he had paid the amount in the first place would he have had his "turbo". We answer in the affirmative. In the meantime the turbos have become obsolete and we scrap the parts For the newer turbos we lasercut all new turbo flanges, bend new parts, make several dozen new fixtures and go through four redesigns to insure most of the parts fit various years and models.

We go out and buy five BMWs to not have to deal with people like this customer. We design, finish and install new parts on the bike. We spend tens of thousands of dollars in labor, parts, and design time. We ask the customer to send us an updated registration so we can start and run the bike without risk of being towed by the police. He agrees then sends us an email saying he won't. We just go back to work. The last time we checked we thought it was our business. He finally sends in the registration months later and we're busy on other things.

He could wait. He then takes the bike to a shop who knows nothing about the bike and asks them to make the bike run. They call us and we ask them if they are getting paid for working on the bike which they reply in the affirmative. At least he is out of our hair. He chooses the wrong one. We order it anyway. We do. He then sees our design and wants it changed to "our way".

We did. He also took it upon himself to take down the license plate numbers of three out of state bikes we had in our shop. He threw a fit when he saw we were working on bikes like his but not his exclusively.

He tracked these people down and told them RB Racing was tearing up their bikes doing wheelies and loaning them to customers the bikes were never operated for the sole purpose of spite. The people came in unannounced and pulled their bikes and tried to sue us for not finishing their bikes even though they had not paid. They also wanted additional work done for free and even told us they would take our fixtures back to their state and build our parts for us. They got nothing from us.

We were out eight weeks labor and fabrication. We let the original customer ride his bike around the block and then disabled it as he was moving to Tennessee. We told him he could have the missing parts when he owned up to what he had done and pay for any losses we had.

He was a coward and did nothing. Mike Chestnut. He attempts to sue us to do the work without paying the amount we agreed on. We spend several thousand dollars for an attorney and the customer gets nothing and is charged a large cancellation fee. We show up on a Saturday and the customer is there with a police car. We ask the police what the deal was and they said the guy wanted to pick up his bike but he was afraid we might harm him.

We show the police the invoice that was not paid and the Police go after the guy for calling in a false report. The Police witnessed the statement. The guy lost job after job and we simply wrote the whole affair off. We let him drive it around as we had already dealt with the customer and then we took the bike back for safekeeping. Not unless we got paid. The third party decided to take the bike back stock.

We removed the turbo parts. We decided to also take back some parts from him that he had set numerous records with that were not paid for. He came back years later and asked what it would take to get the parts back. He then wants you to buy his old bike that had been sitting dead for 5 years plus get his money back. We offer to install the kit if he brings us the bike. He doesn't. Get real.

We will sell you the parts but we no longer, after 30 years of this, care about the dirty details of your life, nor do we care about your motives. You may be too weird for us. You may be just fine. Our parts are good and you can order them if you have the money. They are the best. We limit our involvement to people we have known for years or more. We are not going to look over our shoulders to see if that knife you are eating your steak with is going to end up in our back.

We lead. We do not know if you will follow and we assume, for safety and peace of mind that you will not. A longterm friend, a vet, needed help to go fast. We spend many tens of thousands of dollars on his project and he never asks for anything.

Nor do we. No questions. Everyone going the same direction. Grow up. You are on your own journey. We have ours and we are on our path alone, have our own projects, and do not need company. Install the parts yourself if you are competent or pay a shop to do so. If this is not acceptable or you do not understand our position there are others out there who will happily take your money.

You can drag them along for the ride. Over the years we gave a lot of people enough rope and treated them well. There seems to be about one idiot per year who shows up full of bubbling enthusiasm and a hidden agenda. For us it is a business and we limit our enthusiasm to the manufacture of the parts and to our pursuit of excellence in design and function. Best keep your agenda and rope for others, not us. Nothing personal.

Just business. Hourly Rates. Since we started working on these in and redsigned them number of times Somewhere between 5 and seven times total and got stiffed by some deadbeats, we did some rough calculations as to the "investment" we have in these.

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