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This Electronic Suspension Shift - or ESA intended for
« on: September 28, 2018, 10:47:43 »

THREE stepper motor OR MORE. Chassis.

The new F SEVEN-HUNDRED GS and F 800 GS keep feature the robust and torsionally stiff steel figure in tubular construction when using the engine integrated as the load-bearing element. The backed frame in square metal tubing, the steering head network via gusset plates plus the single-section chill-cast double-sided swing arm crafted from aluminium also remain the same, reflecting the high-quality finish off and slim structure belonging to the two GS models.

Double disc brake system for the F 700 GS.

Including the F 800 GS, the revolutionary F 700 GS now also offers a double disc brake with an effective diameter of 300 millimetres along with dual piston floating calipers for the front wheel. The connection between the particular brake discs and top wheel is floating both in models.
On the back wheels, both models have a single disc brake using a disc diameter of 265 millimetres as well as single-piston floating caliper.
Both models are installed with new brake water reservoirs which fit harmoniously into the overall appearance.

ABS now a regular feature in both designs.

Based on the BMW Motorrad basic principle "Safety 360°", the latest generation on the BMW Motorrad two-channel ABS will probably be installed as standard for at the first try. The new system is not only lighter but is also more compact in size that the previous generation. What is far more, it now has brushless dc motor inlet valves which is often infinitely adjusted for an even better response. New wheel sensors automatically monitor the distance between sensor and sensor wheel. As usual, the new standard ABS may be deactivated at the press with the button if the rider so wishes - one example is for active riding around rough terrain.

Electronic Suspension Adjustment ESA being a ex works option.

On request (ex is effective option) and uniquely on this segment of the sport bike market, the rider can quickly set the rebound stage damping belonging to the rear spring strut on the F 700 GS and F 800 GS at the press of a button around the handlebar. This Electronic Suspension Shift - or ESA intended for short - allows adjustment belonging to the suspension settings with maximum operational convenience, even in the course of travel. The rider selects a damping variant out of among "Comfort", "Normal" and "Sport" plus nema stepper motor the electronic control system measures the suitable damping rate based at optimum parameters stored inside the data memory. Damper settings is often changed simply at the press on the button while riding, having a small, light stepper motor undertaking the commands. A symbol appears from the cockpit accordingly. The adjustment of the spring mount is made manually via an optimised, easily obtainable handwheel.
Automatic Stability Control ASC being a ex works option.

Another unique feature from the market segment of the new F 700 GS plus F 800 GS could be the availability of the BMW Motorrad rider assistance system ASC - one of the most popular ex work selections for BMW motorcycles.

ASC prevents unwanted spinning belonging to the rear wheel while speeding up, which would result in losing lateral grip and thus break-out with the rear wheel. By comparing the rotational speeds belonging to the front and rear wheel obtained via the ABS cnc router kit sensors, the electronic system detects spin from the rear wheel and pieces back engine torque necessary by reducing the ignition angle together with adapting injection via the engine control system.

This way ASC makes for more efficient power transmission and therefore increased safety. If regulatory intervention by the electronic system is not desired - for the race track for example - the rider can easily simply deactivate it for the press of a button, even during travel.
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