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Is An 1800cc Boxer On Its Way From BMW?

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Second custom bike built around the new BMW Big Boxer engine

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Re: 1800 cc Boxer???

The final drive looks interesting.
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And there's also this.

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That big engine does need a big frame around it, wit fat tires.
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That big engine does need a big frame around it, wit fat tires.
Not these skinny things.

Agreed. The "Departed" is a design exercise by Custom Works Zon, intended to show off a new "big boxer" motor . There's some speculation that the motor may find its way into a new cruiser/bagger model (see this article. Or not!
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