BMW’s R1100S is a reasonable mount when standard but is lacking ponies. A standard example we tested made just under 75 horsepower at the rear wheel.
Canadian Cliff Randall has put together this heavily modified machine which now makes 110hp at the rear wheel with 73ft/lbs of torque.
Custom forged high-compression pistons, degreed cam sprockets from Australia, extensive head work, full Vauderline race exhaust.
Custom paint was by Voodoo while a lot of the external metallic surfaces were either chromed or aluminium polished. Bodywork modifications were carried out by ‘The Plastic Surgeon’ in Ontario.
Suspension performance was upgraded by California’s Performance Works.
At 490lbs wet this bike is light for a BMW. Cliff puts the cost of this project at around $40,000.