Buell 1190RR

   

Make Model.

Buell 1190R

Year

2011

Engine

Four stroke, 72 V-Twin, DOHC FF valvetrain, Heads: CNC ported Valves Titanium, 42.0 mm intake, 35.4 mm exhaust, Piston: Forged alloy slipper type, rod forged H-beam high strength alloy steel, Crankshaft: lightweight forged steel

Capacity

1190 cc / 72.6 cu in
Bore x Stroke 106 x 67.5 mm
Compression Ratio 14.25:1
Cooling System Liquid cooled

Induction

IDS Technology DDFI 3 electronic fuel injection and engine management system, fully programmable, 61mm throttle bodies, dual injector with showerhead, PWM fuel pump
Exhaust Titanium ultralight 2 into 1 system.

Starting

Electric
Clutch Multiplate Slipper

Max Power

138 kW / 185 hp @11,500 rpm (Dynojet rear wheel)

Max Torque

126 Nm / 12.8 kgf-m / 93.0 ft-lbs @ 9,500 rpm (Dynojet rear wheel)
Gear Ratio  6th 24/25 (0.960:1) / 5th 25/24 (1.042:1) / 4th 27/23 (1.174:1) / 3rd 29/21 (1.381:1) / 2nd 28/16 (1.750:1) / 1st 32/13 (2.462:1)

Transmission

6 Speed

Final Drive

Chain
Frame Light alloy large section beam with integral fuel cell. Subframe: Light alloy tubular
Rake Adjustable - 21 to 22.5

Front Suspension

 Showa Race 43mm inverted fork, fully adjustable with BPF technology providing true separation of rebound and compression damping

Front Wheel Travel

120 mm / 4.7"

Rear Suspension

Light alloy swingarm with Showa Race damper, adjustable compression, rebound and ride height.

Rear Wheel Travel

127 mm / 5.0"

Front Brakes

387.5 mm Semi floating ISO multi-fin rotor with 8 piston ZTL2.5 caliper

Rear Brakes

Single 240 mm lightweight disc, 2 piston caliper

Wheels

6-Spoke ZTL Magnesium

Front Wheel

3.50 x 17"

Rear Wheel

6.00 x 17"

Front Tyre

120/17 ZR-17 Pirelli Diablo Corsa III

Rear Tyre

190/55 ZR-17 Pirelli Diablo Corsa III

Wheelbase

Adjustable: 1400 to 1460 mm / 55.1 to 57/4"

Dry Weight

163 kg / 360 lbs (wet, no fuel)

Fuel Capacity 

17.4 L / 4.6 US Gal

The 1190RR is the first new motorcycle from Erik Buell Racing. Based on the 1125R and 1125RR, the 1190RR brings engine displacement close to the AMA American Superbike (ASB) class limit for twins and the WSB limit overall. Although it is not currently approved for AMA ASB class racing, this bike can be raced in many classes around the world and should add new excitement racing against other premium street-based twin roadracers. The 1190RR models are constructed at our shop from new 1125Rs with a complete kit of Superbike level components. Engines are completely disassembled and blueprinted, with top-shelf internal parts added to deliver reliable performance at the extreme rev ranges required for a twin-cylinder bike to compete at these power levels.

The chassis is completely updated with the finest components, as well as all the details for adjustability and comfort requested by the top test riders who have been involved over its development. Test riding of the 1125RR by Alex Barros, Jeremy McWilliams, Chris Ulrich, Taylor Knapp, Cory West, and more - plus the 1190 motor and a winter of further engine and CFD development - means we can finally deliver an exotic American racing motorcycle that will deliver world-class track performance and excitement for sponsors and fans.

Source Erik Buell Racing