BMW S 1000 XR 2021 vs Husqvarna Nuda 900 ABS

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BMW S 1000 XR 2021
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 999.00 cc 898.00 cc
Engine Water/oil-cooled 4-cylinder 4-stroke in-line engine, four valves per cylinder, two overhead camshafts Water cooled 4-stroke in-line two-cylinder, two overhead camshafts, dry sump lubrication
Engine Starting -- Electric
Clutch Multiplate clutch in oil bath, anti-hopping clutch, mechanically controlled Multiple-disc clutch in oil bath, mechanically operated
Fuel System Electric fuel injection Injection. Electronic intake pipe injection / digital engine management, two engine mappings (switchable by customer)
Cooling System Water/oil-cooled Liquid
Maximum Power 165 PS @ 11000 rpm 75.4kW @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Torque 114 Nm @ 9250 rpm 100Nm @ 7000 rpm
Load Carrying Capacity Permitted total weight: 444 kg
Payload (with standard equipment): 216 kg
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Gear Shift Pattern Six-speed synchromesh gearbox with spur gears --
Drivetrain Chain 17/45 --
Top Speed 200 kmph --
Battery 12 V/8 Ah, maintenance-free --
Frame Aluminium composite bridge frame, partially self-supporting engine Tubular steel trellis main frame and rear frame, removable passenger footpegs
Tyres
Front 120/70 ZR 17 120/70-17
Rear 190/55 ZR 17 180/55-17
Wheel / RIM Cast aluminium
Rim dimensions, front: 3.50 x 17"
Rim dimensions, rear: 6.00 x 17"
Cast aluminium wheel
Brakes
Front Twin disc brakes, diameter 320 mm, floating discs, radial four-piston fixed calipers Brembo system: double floating discs, ø 320 mm, 4 - piston radial calipers with sintered pads
Rear Single disc brake, diameter 265 mm, twin-piston floating caliper Brembo system: single disc, ø 265 mm with floating caliper
ABS BMW Motorrad Race ABS, partially integral, switchable --
Suspension
Front Upside-down telescopic fork, diameter 46 mm, rebound/compression damping adjustable Sachs Up Side Down fork, ø 48 mm
Rear Aluminium double-sided swing-arm, central spring strut, adjustable rebound-stage damping Cast aluminium dual swingarm, cantilever with Sachs shock absorber, spring preload mechanically adjustable, rebound damping adjustable
Colors Available
Colors Racing Red
Ice Grey
Black/white


Physical Specs
Length 2183 mm 2190 mm
Width 940 mm --
Height 1408 mm 1220 mm
Weight -- 174 kg
Kerb Weight 228 --
Seat Height 840 --
Wheelbase 1548 mm 1495 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 20 litres 13 litres
Overview
Features Equipment
- Transparent windscreen, adjustable in two stages
- One-piece seat (seat height: 840 mm; step length: 1,895 mm)
- One key system for ignition, steering, fuel filler cap and seat locks
- Integrated ignition and steering lock
- Adjustable handbrake lever
- Storage compartment beneath the passenger seat
- On-board literature

Electrical system
- Lights permanently illuminated
- Headlamps and high-beam headlamps, asymmetrically arranged
- Multi-functional display, dimmable
- Single Wire System (CAN Bus)
- Electronic immobilizer
- Three-phase generator 486 W and 12 V power socket
- Drop sensor
- Diagnostic interface
- Hazard warning lights system
- Smoked indicators and LED rear light

Special features
- 2 adjustable riding modes "Rain" and "Road": BMW Motorrad Race ABS and ASC (Automatic Stability Control) adjusted to the riding modes
- Multi-disc oil bath clutch, anti-hopping, mechanically actuated
- Removable number-plate carrier
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Additional Details Consumption per 100 km based on the WMTC: 6.7 l
Fuel type : Premium unleaded, 95–98 octane (RON) (knock control; nominal load capacity with 98-octane fuel)
Emission Control: Closed-loop 3-way catalytic converter, emission standard EU-4, with interference pipe
Castor: 117 mm
Steering head angle: 64.5°
Automatic Stability Control
Seat height: 840 mm (HP Sports seat, high (accessory): 855 mm; Suspension kit (OE): 790 mm)
Inner leg curve: 1.880 mm (lower suspension* 1.790mm) OE*
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