LOCUS said:It is a sort of competition between a Modified K1200R and a Z4.
rlmr said:I don't know where you find these or find the time to find these. But thanks again.
My son was asking (as we watched the video) if you knew what the mod's were to both bike and car?
Actually Rennie I dont know, but I assume that the K1200R is a PoweCuP Modified R, with appr. 172 bhp....or a PowerCup R, boosted even more by The Tuning Company ACSchnitzer..LOCUS said:It is a sort of competition between a Modified K1200R and a Z4.
..have you ever driven the Nurburgring.. its just crasy....its called the Green Hell or as in German.. Die Grune Hoelle.. you should try it once if you dont already have..
Unfortunately we passed the "Ring" (right between the car parks and the actual track) on route to the Rhine in September, but we were running a bit late and had to make our destination before nightfall... so we never managed to stop a have a lap. However I have a good number of friends who have spent time there, so I must make time in future.LOCUS said:..have you ever driven the Nurburgring.. its just crasy....its called the Green Hell or as in German.. Die Grune Hoelle.. you should try it once if you dont already have..
I hope you have fun looking that clip, i get from Schnitzer and compressed it from 192 MB to 16 MB and make it availble for all people in the i-net.LOCUS said:This Video is from The Nurburgring and made by ACSchnitzer.
It is a sort of competion between a Modified K1200R and a Z4.
Cause of to much traffic the link was closed by provider.sincGT said:I got Page not found when I clicked on the link
Found more info here: http://www.ac-schnitzer.de/englisch/motorrad/index.html seems its one of AC Schnitzer's demo bikesjimjam66 said:Final question: What's a 'Beaster' K12R? I'm guessing one of the sponsored bikes in the Powercup series?