The Krämer GP2-890R was developed for the race track straight from the factory and builds its performance on the experience of the Krämer EVO2-690R. As with the single-cylinder model series, the foundation for the design of the twin-engined Krämer is driven solely by the needs of racing. No gimmicks, no unnecessary weight, just exactly what you need for your personal development on any of the world's racetracks. Lean angles and cornering speed become a normality on the Krämer GP2-890R - and very quickly you'll realize how much joy the torque and power can unleash with so little weight.
Technology and Specification
|Engine:||KTM inline two-cylinder, 890cc|
|Dashboard:||AIM MXS 1.2 Race GPS dash logger|
|Front brake disk:||2x 290mm fully floating|
|Rear brake disk:||1x 230mm fully floating|
|Front brake caliper:||Brembo Stylema|
|Rear brake caliper:||Brembo 2 pistons|
|Brake caliper bolts:||front/rear made of titanium|
|Bremspumpe:||Brembo RCS Corsa Corta 19|
|Wheel rims:||Al forged rims Dymag UP7X 3,5 "x17" & 6 "x17"|
|Exhaust:||Stainless steel racing exhaust with dB killer [103 / 105 dBA].|
|Triple clamp:||CNC triple clamps with offset adjustment 26 & 28 mm|
|Fork:||WP Apex Pro 7543 closed cartridge|
|Shock:||WP APEX PRO 7746 with Pre Load Adjuster|
|Chain:||520 DID ERV Racing|
|Fairing material:||GRP with carbon/Kevlar reinforcement|
|Front fender:||Carbon with quick release system|
|Steering damper:||Hyper Pro RCS|
|Handlebar stubs:||CNC, with interchangeable tubes|
|Tank construction:||Self-supporting rear made of XPE [16 liters]|
|Frame:||25CrMo4 steel trellis tube|
|Steering head angle:||Adjustable, +/- 1 degree in 0.5 degree increments|
|Gearshift:||Quickshifter and Blipper, standard installed|
|Mappings:||Adjustable engine brake and throttle response, Pit Limiter|
|Additionals:||Frame crash pads, fork fist crash pads, brake lever guards, oil bolts wired in, e-starter, racing air filter|
Frequently asked questions regarding the Krämer GP2-890R
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How often do I need to change the oil on the GP2-890R?
We recommend changing the oil on a Krämer GP2-890R after the first day of riding and approximately after every three riding days thereafter.
What do the signs on the dashboard of the GP2-890R mean?
- Sun: Linear throttle response
- Rain: Progressive throttle response (easier to control)
- Arrow pointing up: Strong engine brake
- Arrow pointing down: Less engine brake
In which racing series can you participate with the GP2-890R?
- Various race trainings, usually in the 600cc category (Speer Racing, Hafeneger Renntrainings, Challenge Pro Twin)
- British Superbike GP2 Class