2017 BMW F 800 GT: A Superbike In A Ride by Wire Throttle

Feb 21, 2017 08:40 AM EST | Hem Cervantes

BMW's average size roadsters F 800 GT will get minor redesigns for 2017, including another exhaust suppressor and Ride by Wire throttle. The 2017 BMW F 800 GT gives a much more sporty and forceful performance on each tour for calm paths and never-ending expressways.

The bike cockpit highlights another new design and offers a more extensive scope of data. It features an updated details like the new windscreen with a matte GT logo or the galvanized sideboard with the F 800 GT lettering complementing the new plan.

The 2017 BMW F 800 GT gets a water-cooled twin four-stroke engine with a capacity of 798 cylinder capacity. It hauls a 90 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and 86 Nm at 5,800 rpm of torque, as per Rider Magazine.

Additionally, the motorcycle rear suspension comes with a cast aluminum single-sided swing arm with eccentric adjustment for the back axle, central spring rod and a changeable pre-packed hydraulic at handwheel. It is also supported by a ride by wire system for improved response and controllability.

As per stated by Sports Rider, the 2017 BMW F 800 GT front brakes use a double floating disc and four cylinder calipers press 320mm drifting rotors in advance. It also gives a tremendous ceasing power even with only one finger on the lever. The rear brakes are equipped with a single floating disc and single piston caliper.

The bike accompanies an upgraded instrument board, comprising of two simple analog clocks for the speedometer and rev-counter alongside a multifunction display. The Malfunction Indicator Light is put in the cockpit, which is intended to enhance readability and give reasonably riding information.

 The 2017 BMW F 800 GT comes with three color variants like blue metallic matte, light white non-metallic and black storm metallic. Its accessories have been extended to incorporate various attractive components, for instance, a recently composed HP exhaust with a carbon fiber end piece, higher handlebars, and wheels.

 

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