So you know the R1 but here's the downlow on the R1M.
With lighterweight internals, IMU, the R1 knows whether it’s leaning, accelerating, stopping, spinning, adding traction control or making a cup of tea. For the R1M this data is used to continually adjust the rebound and compression damping inside the rear shock and forks, as well as controlling the linked brakes, traction and slide control.
Producing 197bhp and crammed with lightweight internals, the short-stroke, high compression crossplane motor hits hard, but it’s lost some of the previous R1’s low down grunt and linear power delivery.
Swathes of carbon fibre, electronic Ohlins, a polished swingarm and a lacquered ali tank make the R1M one of the most desirable Japanese superbike ever made. Built quality is top drawer and reliability shouldn’t be a problem.
datalogger to you and me. It records everything from speed to lap times, GPS tracking and lean angle and can be viewed via an app on a tablet. The CCU is also available as an option for the standard R1.
Supplied with 6 months warranty, 12 months MOT and fully prepared by out workshops.