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This 2008 BMW HP2 Sport was reportedly sold new by BMW Motorrad of Ventura County, and the seller acquired the bike in 2011. The HP2 is powered by 1,170cc OHC boxer twin paired with a 6-speed transmission and shaft drive and was the most powerful and performance-oriented boxer-engined BMW when it debuted. The seller reports that this is the 35th of 200 built, and is one of an even smaller number equipped with ABS. Recent services include a new fuel pump, fluid changes, fuel injector cleaning, and synchronization of the dual throttle bodies. This HP2 Sport is offered with records since 2011 and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
Bodywork is finished in a combination of white paint and exposed carbon fiber contrasted by a blue tubular steel frame, alloy wheels, and graphics. The HP2 sport features a narrower fuel tank than the preceding R1200S as well as a self-supporting carbon fiber tail section. As a result the HP2 weighs 392 pounds, or 27 pounds less than the R1200S.
Suspension is by BMW’s Telelever front fork and Paralever rear swingarm, with bespoke Ohlïns coilover shock assemblies front and rear. Both systems are designed to mitigate squat and dive, with the Telelever front suspension providing an increase in castor on the front axle under braking rather than a decrease as with telescoping forks. The seller notes that the tires are original.
The digital instrument display is contained in a carbon fiber housing and incorporates the tachometer, shift indicators, odometer functions, a lap timer, and a speedometer. Approximately 4,300 miles are shown, 1,200 of which were added by the seller.
The “oilhead” 1,170cc boxer twin features overhead camshafts and dual Bosch 52mm throttle bodies. A 6-speed transmission and shaft drive transfer power to the rear wheel. With a factory-rated output of 128 horsepower (130PS), the HP2 was BMW’s most powerful boxer twin at the time of release.
Service records are pictured from the seller’s ownership, and the seller notes that it was serviced at Long Beach BMW by the original owner. In April 2019 the bike received a new fuel pump and installation hardware to remedy a no-start condition, as well as fresh engine, transmission, and final drive oils. The fuel injectors were cleaned and the throttle bodies were also synchronized at that time.
The seller notes that the original owner is a friend, and fellow motorcycle collector. Factory manuals and a pair of keys with BMW fobs are included. A walk-around and startup video is viewable below.
A cold-start and ride video is viewable below.