We ended up designing a better 2-1 exhaust for the R100s and R65 models and, later on, exhausts for both 3 and 4 cylinder K series BMWs. Matt made two attempts to have our exhausts copied to cut us out. Agree, Disagree? Write a Review and rate the 2015 BMW R 1200 R. Your review and rating will help rank 2015 Standard. So now here is where I am confused. What do I have; I have seen pictures of the bike that did the runs parked right next to the R Bike. I really think that the bike I have is the one that did the runs. 312 hp. Kit #003 30 Years later Circa 1985. No split intercooler. Still running. We do not support these. Ancient history. 15 crack kaspersky internet security 7.0 1.325 years with Matt Capri or Why the scorpion said "I'm a scorpion; it's my nature." The year was 1981 and we were turbocharging. Luftmeister and sold accessories like luggage racks. We checked around and found out Matt had talked American Turbo Pak (long since defunct) out of a prototype R100 Turbo kit they had fabbed up with a way too large Rajay turbocharger and a Bendix-Zenith carburetor. BMW Turbos Pictured above is our first generation K100 turbo done more than 20 years ago. Later versions had "split" intercoolers. These were the first of the watercooled BMWs and the worl's first intercooled and fuel injected turbo bikes.