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Schleicher already had Böning’s Norton-based rear suspension design but was unhappy with it. He then had Alexander von Falkenhausen design a new system, with sliding tubes housing the driveshaft and springs at the frame ends. The R12 and R17 four-speed engines featured stronger crankshafts, but retained the hand change through a gate on the right side. The R12 also came with a choice of a single Sum carburetor or twin Amals, the power identical to the two similar R11s. As the flagship of the range, the R17 only came with twin Amal carburetors, but revved out to 5,000 rpm and topped out at an impressive 87 miles per hour.
This 1937 version has a central air filter built into the gearbox casing. indd 53 (Text) (Fogra 39)Job:06-61227 Title:MBI - Complete Book of BMW Motorcycles Dtp:225 Page:53 53 3/6/15 5:08 pm 3/6/15 6:24 pm incorporating new ideas, even foreign. Carburetion was by twin Amal carburetors, each with a small ear-type air filter, but these proved unsatisfactory. For 1937, a central wire-mesh air filter built into an extension of the gearbox casing replaced them. Although the power output was less than that of the R17, the R5 was a much more sporting motorcycle.
It epitomized the best German attributes—solidity and efficiency—but by 1936 the time was right for a completely new sporting machine. The R12 in the meantime would soldier on until 1942, predominantly as a single-carburetor military machine and only for the military after 1938. It would serve as the Wehrmacht’s principal motorcycle in the early stages of World War II. ) approx. Engine numbers 501–24149 and 25001–37161 Frame numbers P501–P24149 and P25001–P37161 Numbers produced 36,008 Power È It may have had interchangeable wheels, a telescopic front fork, and be the fastest and most expensive motorcycle available in Germany, but the heavy R12 frame disadvantaged the R17 as a sporting motorcycle.
3-Folds in P5 of degree 12of degree 12 by Edelmann G.
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