German BMW tuner AC Schnitzer finally got its hands on the S1000RR and turned it into a much better daily use superbike. That’s right. It may be hard to believe, but their approach aims towards comfort and practicability simply because the bike doesn’t need any upgrades on the performance side.

So, what’s new on it? Take the adjustable handlebars and yoke for instance. They’re straight and feature an adjustable clamp, definitely not an everyday fitment on a bike like this. Other new features on the AC Schnitzer S1000RR are the brake and clutch levers, a carbon fiber exhaust silencer, crash bungs, performance air-filter and a numberplate hanger, all leaving a distinct mark on the already kind of unique bike.

BMW S1000RR by AC Schnitzer Exterior
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BMW S1000RR by AC Schnitzer

BMW S1000RR by AC Schnitzer Exterior
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BMW S1000RR by AC Schnitzer

Source: MCN

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Rod  (825) posted on 03.30.2010

It looks good.

Rod  (612) posted on 03.22.2010

Not only in cars but BMW is also one of the top when we talk about motorcycles. Adjustable is cool as a motor parts.

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