BMW R90 1972
The model was made in 3DS Max, and is available in .3ds, .max, .c4d and .obj formats. All objects are modelled with polygonal surfaces.
Fully detailed and textured, polygon efficient
Both standard and Brazil r/s materials included. Bitmaps are offered in .jpg format and high resolution. (2500x2500) No further adjustments, changes or plug-ins needed to use the model.
The scene contains a total of 66,150 faces. TurboSmooth or MeshSmooth can still be applied in most parts for a higher polygon count.
The BMW R90 is a 900cc sport motorcycle produced by BMW. BMW commissioned designer Hans Muth to oversee the R90, which became the flagship of the boxer engine range.
Sporting distinctive two-tone paintwork, a bikini fairing, and a new tail, the R90S was intended to shrug off the enduring image of BMW bikes as staid and utilitarian.
The R90S’ type 247 airhead engine was a pushrod OHV, two-valve per cylinder, air-cooled flat-twin boxer unit. The engine was based closely on the R75/5, sharing the same stroke, but with a larger bore, to give a capacity of 898cc. The R90 has a five-speed gearbox with a shaft final drive. The R90 had a redesigned seat, with a small ducktail fairing which provided a small storage space lightweight items such as waterproofs. Standard equipment included a full toolkit, a hand pump, a first-aid kit and even a small hand towel with an embroidered BMW logo.
This model can be used with various applications such as animated movies, school & college projects, scientific research, education purpose, games, and many more projects related to architecture. This model showcases a detailed textured area of a real bike and it displays all parts of the bike from all the angles. It gives us high definition visualization of the object from all angles. It is one of the most detailed models of a 3D bike that you will come across on the web. In case you have any queries, please feel free to contact us. We will assist you with all your concerns and questions.