Review of the Wunderlich BMW F 800 Supermoto

Review of the Wunderlich BMW F 800 Supermoto

Review of the Wunderlich BMW F 800 Supermoto

BMW Supermoto conversion

There is hardly a wish that the accessories specialist Wunderlich BMW drivers cannot fulfill in their catalog. Only a supermoto conversion that was missing. Now this gap has also been closed.

D.he basis: a BMW F 800 GS. The focus of the conversion: a 17-inch front wheel with its own hub so that the F-owner who wants to convert does not have to dismantle his original wheel.

For a little more pep in terms of performance and sound, the F 800 Supermoto was fitted with a Remus hexagonal damper, and its chassis was made fit with harder fork springs and matching oil as well as a spring strut with hydraulic preload and adjustable rebound stage from Öhlins. Just in case, a legion of protective bars ensures that exposed parts such as heat exchangers, regulators or rear brake fluid reservoirs do not break. Touring riders, on the other hand, are more likely to flirt with the handlebar weight with a knurled screw, a kind of mechanical cruise control. Exactly, speed, now we are driving. The Remus silencer translates the boring o-tone into a snotty, throaty growl, goes well with the cheeky Supermoto appearance. The seating position, on the other hand, is more upright, relaxed and casual thanks to the combination of the standard handlebar and the Wunderlich bench, which reduces the seat height by ten millimeters.


The bench reduces the seat height by ten millimeters, the comfort is excellent.

It’s also very easy going through the first corners. The smaller front wheel results in a steering head that is two degrees steeper and a correspondingly shorter caster. with an invigorating effect for the rather leisurely handling of the series F 800. Turning in is easy and you can swing easily over winding streets. The engine also revives noticeably thanks to the retrofit damper. From 4000 rpm, it lags behind the series in terms of performance and liveliness. However, the sporting talents of the SM have their limits. Not only because changes in direction still require strength at high speeds. On the one hand are the spring elements ?? especially the shock absorber ?? rather comfortably tuned, for seriously sporty insoles there is a lack of damping and steering precision. On the other hand, the SM looks a bit wobbly on large slopes. Their great strength lies in the added shot of maneuverability and suspension comfort in the enjoyable, swift curve swing.

So if you primarily want to give your F 800 GS a beating on the streets and like to take longer tours in a relaxed manner, you should take a look at the Wunderlich catalog; Info:

Technical data BMW F 800 Supermoto

Water-cooled two-cylinder four-stroke in-line engine, two overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder, injection, regulated catalytic converter, mechanically operated multi-plate oil bath clutch, six-speed gearbox, O-ring chain.
Bore x stroke 82.0 x 75.6 mm
Displacement 798 cc
Nominal output 62.5 kW (85 PS) at 7500 rpm
Max. Torque 83 Nm at 5750 rpm

landing gear
Steel lattice frame, upside-down fork, Ø 45 mm, two-arm swing arm made of aluminum, central spring strut, directly hinged, adjustable spring base and rebound damping, double disc brake at the front, Ø 300 mm, double-piston floating calipers, disc brake at the rear, Ø 265 mm, single-piston floating caliper.
Spoke wheels 3.50 x 17; 4.25 x 17
Tires 120/70 ZR 17; 150 / 70ZR 17
Tires in the Continental Road Attack test

Dimensions + weights
Wheelbase 1578 mm, steering head angle * 66.0 degrees, caster * 84 mm, suspension travel f / h 230/215 mm, seat height * 870 mm, weight with a full tank * 217 kg, tank capacity 16.0 liters.
Base price F 800 GS 9640 euros

Top speed 210 (210) km / h
0 – 100 km / h 3.6 (4.0) sec
0 ?? 140 km / h 6.5 (6.9) sec
0 200 km / h 19.5 (20.8) sec
60 ?? 100 km / h 4.2 (4.4) sec
100 ?? 140 km / h 4.7 (5.0) sec
140 ?? 180 km / h 7.6 (7.9) sec


+ Excellent comfort even on longer stages
+ Turning circle comfortably small
+ Maneuverability improved
+ High quality accessories
+ Engine has gained liveliness

– Handiness at high speed only average
– Steering precision not optimal in sharp pace


– Windshield 99 euros
– Beak conversion 119 euros
– 17-inch front wheel with hub 799 euros
– Cruise control l79 euros
– Hand lever Vario Leverje 79 euros
– Mirror extensions 59 euros
– MFW mirror 76.90 euros each
– Öhlins shock absorber 835 euros
Öhlins fork springs, oil 125 euros
– Neoprene fork protector 29 euros
– Foldable gear lever 29.95 euros
– Bench 300 euros
– Remus silencer 439 euros
– Heat exchanger protection 79 euros
– Rectifier protection 35 euros
– Brake reservoir protection 19.90 euros
– Water cooler protection 79 euros
– Pivot-Pecs footpegs 149 euros

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