2005 05 BMW R1200 GG Quadster // 1200cc // Quad // Px swap

£24,990
  • 2700 Miles
  • Petrol
  • 6-Speed Manual - Mt82
  • TBC CO² (g/km)
  • £TBC 12m Tax
  • £TBC 6m Tax
  • 1.2 L
  • -- Avg. MPG
  • Group Ins.
  • 2700 Miles
  • Petrol
  • 6-Speed Manual - Mt82
  • TBC CO² (g/km)
  • £TBC 12m Tax
  • £TBC 6m Tax
  • 1.2 L
  • -- Avg. MPG
  • Group Ins.

Vehicle Information

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Vehicle Summary

  • Body style
    Quad
  • Engine size
    1200cc
  • Engine capacity
    1.2 L
  • Fuel type
    Petrol
  • Transmission
    6-Speed Manual - Mt82

Performance & Economy

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  • Fuel consumption (extra urban)
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  • Fuel consumption (combined)
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  • 0 - 60 mph
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Dimensions

  • Height inclusive of roof rails
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  • Width including mirrors
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Description

  • Registered: 2005
  • Mileage: 2700 miles
  • Engine Size: 1.2 L
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Gearbox: 6-Speed Manual - Mt82
  • Body Style: QUAD
  • Colour: Black
  • Owners: 1

For more info on this vehicle call our showroom on 01202 237313

130mph top end

0 to 60mph in 3.5 seconds

167hp

$65,000 new


GG Quadster. This Swiss creation takes the 167-horsepower motor and electrics from a BMW R1200 sportsbike and puts it in a 4-wheeled chassis with sticky sports tyres and more machined billet aluminium than comes out of OCC in a whole week. At US$65,000, or around US$40k more than the Can-Am Spyder, you'll rarely see one on the road.

GG stands for Gruter und Gut, the fabrication shop that brought us the GG quad a few years back. That odd-looking contraption used the 100-horsepower BMW boxer twin motor and stuck it in a similar, F1-style race car chassis, and it proved popular enough for GG to move on and bring us the Quadster - a similar machine, but with a generous dollop of extra power thanks to its sportier inline 4 cylinder R1200 motor.

That motor uses its normal BMW gearbox, with similar gearing, but with the addition of a reverse gear, which can be engaged by flicking a safety switch and then pressing firmly on the rear brake pedal. A handy touch, since vehicles of this kind are almost as hard to push around as a small car.

Speaking of small cars, the Quadster's road footprint is actually slightly longer AND wider than that of a Smart car. But then, Smart cars aren't designed to pull over 1G of sideways acceleration in the corners, nor do they have to deal with a high-revving sportsbike engine.

Each of the Quadster's 4 wheels is shod with wide, sticky Dunlop Sportmaxx tyres, and suspended with a quality Wilbers shock, adjustable for preload and rebound. The brakes are massive, with the front lever operating a set of four-piston stoppers on the 270mm discs at the front, and the foot lever operating another two calipers at the front as well as a 30% load through two more calipers at the rear wheels. Stomp to stop, then.

This street four wheeler is only rated up to 130mph. Once the clutch hooks up and the revs start building, though, hang on!

The Quadster is a rocket with a 0 to 60mph in 3.5 seconds.



PX Welcome (Car, Bike, Boat, Watch, Plane WHY) // Card Payment Accepted // Delivery Available

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