Vilner Takes the BMW F800R and Creates Predator

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Bulgarian leather specialist and tuner Vilner have taken a standard BMW F800R motorbike and have created the Predator, a one-off piece built for a wealthy Russian customer.
The Predator has been shortened by around 25 cm and Vilner have ditched the dual seat in favor of a single seat, which is finished in what they know best - hand stitched leather. Aesthetically speaking, the new bike barely resembles the BMW donor, thanks to each and every panel being new and made from good-old carbon fiber, with other components being chrome-plated for that extra ‘something’.

The lighting arrangement at the front uses two ‘borrowed’ BMW Z4 indicators, now with LEDs inside. When it comes to the engine, Vilner have left it untouched, however it does feature a new exhaust system built in-house, specially for the bike. We like it!
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