BMW F 800 R Predator Custom | By VILNER

By - May 16th, 2012

Lavishly appointed in carbon fiber and chrome, tuners at Bulgaria-base VILNER took up the challenges set by one wealthy Russian oligarch and transformed the BMW F 800 R into the VILNER Predator.

The requests were plenty and came at fast and furious pace from the client, who has one of the most exclusive motorcycle collection in Bulgaria. For six months, three VILNER tuners worked on the project, which called for 17 components – 9 carbon fiber and 8 chromed, to be completely hand made. Coated completely in black, VILNER shorten the overall length and made the bike into a single-seater. Gone were the original headlights and in their places, bright bi-xenon with menacing red LED lights instead. VILNER even took turn signals from the BMW Z4 and incorporated into the design. Left untouched for the most part, VILNED added a custom exhaust to the 798-cubic four-cycle engine for it to pump out 87 horsepower still. That is more than enough to propel this bike to a maximum speed of 125 miles per hour. via: autoblog

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hi! Does anyone know if the headlight of the Z4 was a 2012 or a previous year? I have a monster and have been looking for a kind a like mod, thank you!