A 750cc air-cooled, four-cycle, boxer engine pumped out 57hp, which enabled the bike to go from 0 to 400 meters in 14.6 seconds and reach a top speed of 175km/h. In addition, this amazing performance was achieved with low engine noise levels and superb mechanical reliability.
About the Model
*High-quality assembly kit model of the 1972 BMW R75/5. *Length: 350mm *Wheels are secured via metal shafts and nuts for easy assembly. *Realistic synthetic rubber tires feature tread pattern and sidewalls with manufacturer logo and tire size details. *Precision-made 0.8mm diameter wheel spokes. *Movable suspension with metal pipes and coil springs and rubber dampers. *Headlight lens features authentic crystal-cut texture. *Large speedometer housed within the tachometer accurately reproduced. *Handlebar grips, main step, and rear step are all made from rubber material for greater realism. *2-cylinder boxer engine is meticulously replicated to look just like the actual power unit. *Main stand, side stand, and brake pedal are all equipped with springs to allow free movement. *Drive shaft features rubber part details. *Seat is made from a special plastic material to recreate the leather texture. *Brilliant clear red and orange parts for tail light and turn signals. *Both German and Japanese license plates included.