Saturday, July 21, 2007

The Wunderlich WR2: A lighter, faster BMW HP2...

The Wunderlich WR2 is essentially a lighter, faster version of the BMW HP2

Wunderlich have made their own version of the BMW HP2, which is said to be lighter and faster than BMW's original. The German tuning specialists started with a stock BMW R1200GS, pared the weight down to just 179kg and tuned the engine to make about 125 horsepower. The result is the Wunderlich WR2, which also has improved suspension, increased ground clearance and carbonfibre bodywork.

More details on the WR2 and other Wunderlich bikes on the official website here.

The Wunderlich K1200S Nuda...

...and the Wunderlich R1200GS

Also see:
Cool custom: The AC Schnitzer HP2
The amazing BMW HP2 Megamoto!
Turbocharged: The Canjamoto R1200S
From Belgium: The Krugger Goodwood
Streetfighter: The Pettinari Speed Triple
Kalex AV1: MotoGP-spec performance for the street!
Fight Machines: Building the coolest customs ever...
Ecosse Spirit ES1: Rewriting the superbike rulebook

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