Turning the BMW S1000RR into an 8.49-second, 158.46mph quarter mile drag bike can sound like an immense task at first, but considering the German superbike’s incredible tuning potential and the ambition of Brock’s Performance, we are actually talking facts here.

This Beemer sends 203hp and 80lb/ft of torque to the rear wheel – a new stock bikes record – and we’re not forgetting anything when saying that the only changes made to this incredibly fast drag bike consist in external bolt-ons in the form of a full exhaust system and Dynojet ECU, BST carbon wheels, MacIntosh extended swingarm and lowered suspension.

The bike will compete in the AMA Dragbike Supersport class, but only after receiving nitrous injection. Hit the jump to see it in action.

Source: hellforleathermagazine

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  (647) posted on 09.12.2010

Speaking of the design, just look at the rear and you’ll know how would that feel.

  (359) posted on 08.31.2010

Maybe the drag that comes out of this motorbike is so massive. The rear end is really elongated to achieve it.

Rod  (825) posted on 06.30.2010

Cool mad dragster S1000RR.smiley

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