BMW R1200RT Exhaust Specifications and Aftermarket Exhausts

The BMW R1200RT stock exhaust has an intake diameter of 39 mm and an exhaust diameter of 33 mm. The stock exhaust system is chrome-plated.

Aftermarket exhausts from Akrapovič and Remus could be installed on the BMW R1200RT to improve the performance and sound of the motorcycle.

BMW R1200RT Stock Exhaust Specifications

The stock exhaust incorporates a fully controlled three-way catalytic converter for optimal emissions control.

The exhaust has an intake diameter of 39 mm and an exhaust diameter of 33 mm, emphasizing precision in airflow management.

Camshafts control both intake and exhaust valves, featuring conical-shaped cams for enhanced power and performance.

Optimized intake and exhaust valve timing on both camshafts, catering to low and medium engine speeds.

Larger valve plates on the intake side (36 to 39 mm) and exhaust side (31 to 33 mm) compared to previous models for improved efficiency.

The exhaust system is chrome-plated, ensuring durability and a sleek appearance.

Manifolds maintain the same design, length, and diameter as the former model, showcasing consistency and reliability.

Modified interference pipe addresses varying vibration conditions on the exhaust manifold, reflecting an advanced engineering approach.

Features an electronically controlled exhaust flap operated by an electric motor and opening/closing cables.

The stock exhaust can be measured where it attaches, revealing a 63mm inside diameter and 65mm outside diameter, with a pipe wall thickness of approximately 1mm.

Exhaust Sound Profile

The electronically controlled exhaust flap ensures a superior and powerful sound experience.

The exhaust has a muscular and captivating exhaust note without compromising compliance with legal standards.

The rear silencer, with an unchanged exterior design, incorporates a modified interior structure to reduce ram pressure and improve engine sound.

BMW R1200RT Exhaust Specs

BMW R1200RT Aftermarket Exhaust Options

Akrapovič and Remus provide aftermarket exhaust systems for the BMW R1200RT.

BMW R1200RT Akrapovič Exhaust system

The stock unit pales in comparison to the Akrapovič, which boasts a max power of 88.9 kW at 8050 rpm, delivering a substantial increase of 2.6 kW at the same rpm.

Experience a boost in horsepower as well, with the Akrapovič reaching 120.9 HP (m) at 8050 rpm, a remarkable gain of 3.5 HP.

The torque is equally impressive, hitting 123 Nm at 6600 rpm, an increase of 3.8 Nm at 2800 rpm.

Shedding excess weight, the Akrapovič weighs in at just 3.2 kg, reducing the load by a significant 38.5%.

The exhaust system not only enhances your bike’s performance but also produces a throaty yet refined sound at 93 dB.

With an easy installation time of just 30 minutes, the Akrapovič Exhaust for BMW R1200RT is the perfect choice for riders seeking a powerful and efficient upgrade.

BMW r1200rt Remus exhaust

Engineers at Remus have utilized thinner sleeves to reduce weight, flow-optimized internal components for precise back pressure control, and a removable sound insert.

The BMW R1200RT Remus Exhaust has a carbon fiber end cap, carbon fiber inlet cap, and a stainless steel link pipe, the Remus Hexacone is constructed with full 303 stainless steel in both bodies and tubing.

Experience a notable increase in both performance and torque, thanks to the Hexacone’s meticulous design. The exhaust system is engineered to optimize weight, providing a lighter and more agile riding experience.

The exhaust system includes a carbon fiber heat shield, adding a touch of style while ensuring optimal heat management.

BMW R1200RT Emissions Standards

The BMW R1200RT proudly meets the rigorous Euro 4 exhaust emissions standard, showcasing the German manufacturer’s commitment to environmental responsibility.

The motorcycle has a closed-loop three-way catalytic converter to reduce noise and emissions.

In response to global efforts to enhance air quality and combat air pollution, BMW has implemented specific changes to ensure compliance with the Euro 4 regulations.

Unlike typical engine adjustments for Euro compliance, these modifications focus on noise and emission regulations, addressing crucial components such as the transmission output shaft, selector drum actuator, transmission shafts, and transmission shaft bearings.

The addition of a judder damper to the transmission output shaft and a new indicator lamp contributes to achieving Euro 4 standards.

The motorcycles that comply with the Euro 4 emissions standards arrived at the dealerships in the year 2017.

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