DURBAHN BMW S1000RR
Note: all special and common Products, which I have available for S1000RR you can find inside the SHOP
Soon available in my Shop - the
Evo III Quickshift-Sensor for the 2015-2016-2017 S1000 RR !!
New Products for the S1000RR :-)
Just Check the Shop
Rearsets (available also Gold and Black)
Rear Brake Disc
EVO II+ Quickshift Sensor 2015 S1000RR - Plug and play !
EVO II Plug and Play Quickshift Sensor for all
S1000RR until 2014 !
GP Switch II, allows to bundle the main adjustment opportunities all on one Switch
February 22/2012: S1000RR Monocoque
The mold is finished, and we're able now to fab the Monocoque. But it only matches my Fueltank-Dummy, which needs to be done next.
February 12/2012: S1000RR Chassis/Suspension + Monocoque
The Fork-rebuild is now available in my Shop - aaand: the last 2 Pieces of the Monocoque Mold are done :-) so in approx 2 Days the mold can be (hopefully) disassembled.
February 02/2012: S1000RR Chassis/Suspension
So, the necessary Parts for the Fork-rebuild are machined and coated, so now the S1000RR split Damping rebuild is available inside my Shop !
February 01/2012: S1000RR
2nd Part of the Mold of my S1000RR Monocoque is growing.
January 31/2012: S1000RR Chassis/Suspension
We had to machine a few Parts, but
that's done now, and first realized the rebuild on my own Fork.
The response and feel is quite distinct, the Advantages- read below
The rebuild soon available inside my Shop (we have to machine a few Internals at present), of course including new Oil, and on request/suggestion including new Springs
January 2/2012: S1000RR Chassis/Suspension
So that's why in Moto GP/WSBK the Team changed to separate rebound and compression Adjustment, means one Fork Leg is purely responsible for compression, the other one for rebound.
This Fork-Rebuild will definitely improve the behavior of the S10000RR in a very noticeable way. There is no need at all to go for a expensive Ohlins Cartridge or similar - we achieve the same characteristics by a smart rebuild, at way lower costs including support and individual settings.
I will offer this rebuild soon. Stay tuned.
December 13/2011: S1000RR Monocoque
The mold getting started.
November 29/2011: S1000RR Monocoque
First Section of the multi-Piece mold is done.
November 27/2011: S1000RR Monocoque is in the makes - seriously.
Luis, the good Soul from Spain helping us.
Then the wax
The final result, close to a mirror
November 4/2011: S1000RR
So this is my Idea - a Quick release height adjustable Injection Rail.
When I have to remove the Fueltank I would not even have to disconnect the Fuel line, I simple would take it out including Injectors.
October 26/2011: S1000RR the Monocoque
the last missing Piece of
Modelwork is done.
The missing Bridge, to carry the load of the Driver efficiently.
Of course I could have build a Monocoque without that Bridge, but that would have increased the weight
October 25/2011: S1000RR Sato Rearsets now available in the Shop.
October 20/2011: S1000RR Sato
Equipped with a wide range of adjustment possibilities (but still unobtrusive), extreme Quality, perfect Optics, normal or GP shift, and the Shiftrod is still running through the Frame !
October 19/2011: S1000RR Fuel rail.
Anodized and equipped with Ducati
My S1000RR will run only on those 4/upper shower Injectors, I do not need any lower Injectors.
Of course it won't work with the OEM ECU, but it will work with Motec (M800/M880).
August 29/2011: S1000RR Monocoque Update
The 5th Time base coated.
It has to be perfect, the usual stuff can be done by others .
August 18/2011: S1000RR Monocoque Update + injection Rail
The Plastics: everything base coated again.
The next Step, to "cut" the sharp Edges
August 06/2011: S1000RR Monocoque Update/after Cut.
The revolving edge is very sharp,
so no normal "bondo"/plastic Filler would keep the sharpness during model work.
So I decided to build this edge from Epoxy/Carbon "flour", which will survive with it's sharpness.
Fueltank Dummy revolving edge increased to 2cm
Coating with resin/Carbon flour
Both Pieces pressed together
Removal of superfluous Material, to save Time - less grinding work
August 02/2011: S1000RR Monocoque Update/after Cut.
Added a 90° 1" revolving edge.
Brings extreme torsional stiffness, so I will be able to realize my S1000RR Monocoque with approx 1200-1300 gr. !
Check fitment Monocoque Model/Fueltank dummy
Building the 2cm 90° revolving edge for the Fueltank-Dummy
July 31/2011: S1000RR Monocoque Update.
Cutting Line Decision
Cutting Line Check
The 2 separate Units
JulY 28/2011: S1000RR Monocoque
The inside sealing contour of the upper Section of the Airbox is done.
It will belong to the "Fueltank-Dummy".
July 11/2011: S1000RR Injection upper Section
The Layout for the Injectors I've chosen before I disliked, so here's the new Layout .
July 11/2011: S1000RR Airbox upper Section- the beginning
July 07/2011: S1000RR Airbox Picture Series
July 06/2011: S1000RR Airbox Mold
Done so far, now we're going to make the first Airbox lower Section from Carbon.