Not only look to Wunderlich’s latest variation of the R NINET scrambler differs from the original. The BMW Motorrad accessories specialists gave the “Green Hell” christened model also some technical highlights.
[sam id=”2″ codes=”true”]In addition to its immediately eye-catching short rear conversion with integrated taillight, license plate carrier and image beautiful, brushed aluminum fenders primarily includes fully adjustable suspension. Wunderlich suspension strut and Cartridgekit help the agile Scrambler not only to greater height, but also to outstanding ride characteristics. The Paralever strut, which is also adjustable, contributes to this.
Behind the nostalgic vintage TT headlight cover with the short, yellow slice it sits with the enduro-compliant SixDays handlebar modification including increasing just perfect. Adjustable levers spoil the hands and the switch base, stylish retro luggage solutions take up all travel items and the aluminum start number plate provides an appealing look.
Of course, one of the core competencies of Wunderlich also has the appearance of “Green Hell” – active and passive security. Crash bars and pads, protectors, elbow and engine protection make the scrambler a bit far “unbreakable”, additional headlights ensure good visibility.
More interesting facts about Wunderlich’s “Green Hell” and the complete product program for the R nineT scrambler and all current BMW models can be found in the well-stocked Wunderlich-Onlineshop www.wunderlich.de
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