This is a very nice S1000RR with only 5183 miles. The bike has new tires, SC Exhaust, Billet rear sets (foot controls), Tail Tidy, and HP Gearshift Assist. The bike has the Premium package which includes Dynamic Damping Control (DDC) and Forged wheels that weigh 5.3 lbs less than the standard wheels. This is basically an HP4 – but BMW engineers say the DDC is further refined on the 2015 S1000RR. The 2015 RR is completely redesigned over the second-generation model (2012-2014), which already impressed with its agility and 193-horsepower, 999cc inline four. The new S1000RR’s engine delivers six more horsepower (199 at 13,500 rpm) and arrives with a more linear-torque curve that peaks at 83 ft/lbs at 10,500 rpm. This increased power is attributed to a redesign of the air intake, cylinder head, camshafts, crankcase and exhaust system. For those who like screamers, the engine still has a rev limiter set at a lofty 14,200 rpm.