Erik Buell Racing 1190RS Debuts at Indy

Erik Buell Racing 1190RS Debuts at IndyErik Buell Racing 1190RS Debuts at Indy

Erik Buell has been bothering street legal version of its superbike 1190 per week. Now, the American creator and his second company sportbike sportbike of the same name, Erik Buell Racing, presented the EBR 1190RS Dealer Expo in Indy.

Promised in September 2010, the 1190RS is a street-legal evolution of the company racebike 1190RR. Family Buell components remain in place, as the front rotor ZTL and linkage-less rear suspension (both front shock fork and Ohlins supply units). The main differences between the RS and RR are the matrix of stacked headlights, turn signals mounted on the windshield mount taillight long.

The Code also makes use of dual exhaust right side, with the previous Buell, of course, known for their particular systems of low-lying escape. The 1190RS on display at the Indy sport a "Carbon Edition" moniker in the tail section. It is a fitting name as the new model very runny with the material comprising the featherweight body, tank and muffler.

Compared to last Erik Buell, the street-legal Superbike, the 1190RS is bigger and thinner. The larger the known double Rotax, bored with his previous 1125 size for now 1190cc displacement (Read more about the engine improvements in our Buell 1190RR 1190RR Superbike See First.) Thinner is the width of the visually RS sports a trimmer profile with the new front of the radiator, rather than wide the 1125R side mount units. The thinner upper fairing with stacked headlights, rather than the more conventional vertical set in 1125.

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