Whew! It took me a week to find another interesting “black” stuff. Anyway, just check this black thingy that I will feature for today.

The upcoming Resident Evil: Extinction film that stars Milla Jojovich will feature a customized BMW K 1200 R bike. Right. This customized BMW bike will be used by Alice (Jojovich’s character in the film) while shooting some gruesome zombies.

The artist Georg Huber designed the bike to celebrate the participation of the BMW K 1200 R in the film. The bike was called as the “RE3” (short for Resident Evil 3) and features a black exterior with gold spinal bones airbrushed on the bike’s fuel tank. The RE3 also comes with RE3 letterings on some other parts. Check out the RE3 below along with the gorgeous Milla Jojovich.

Jojovich commented about the RE3: “I’m not the best judge but I’ve had a few guy friends freak out over it and say that the bones design are awesome. It looks great.”

About the upcoming Resident Evil: Extinction film, Jojovich also commented:
“It was a lot of fun making it – these films have been a great experience for me. I guess I feel like I can do a lot of different parts but action I really love. I love training and working with weapons; it’s a lot of fun but takes a lot of focus. I get to recreate this character and it’s been a great opportunity for me – not many actors can say they have a 3 DVD box-set.”

Anyway, Georg Huber only modified the external appearance of the BMW K 1200 R. The bike still features the high performance BMW parts. Want to check them out? Then here are the specs of the BMW K 1200 R.. or the RE3.

Dimensions
Overall length 2228 mm (87.7 inches)
Overall width 856 mm (33.7 inches)
Overall height 1230 mm (48.4 inches)
Seat height 820 mm (32.3 inches)
Wheelbase 1580 mm (62.2 inches)
Fuel capacity – reserve 19 l (5 gallon US) – 4 l (1.1 gallon US)
Dry weight 211 kg (465.2 pounds)

Engine
Type: 1157 cc, water cooled, 4 – cylinders in line, 4-stroke
Bore x stroke (mm): 79 mm x 59 mm
Compression ratio: 13:1
Valves: DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Fuel system: Electronic intake pipe injection
Power: 163 hp (121.5 kW) @ 10250 rpm
Torque: 127 Nm (93.7 ft. lbs) @ 8250 rpm

Transmission
Clutch: Multiple-disc clutch in oil bath, hydraulically operated
Gearbox: 6 speed (much better than the BMW 524 sedan equipped with BMW 524 parts)
Final drive: Cardan
Starting system: Electronic

Chassis
Frame: Bridging frame, die-cast aluminium, load bearing engine
Front suspension: BMW Motorrad Duolever; central spring strut, rebound damping electronically adjustable with optional ESA, 115 mm travel
Rear suspension: die-cast aluminium single-sided swinging arm with BMW Motorrad Paralever; central spring strut with lever system, spring pre-load adjustable to continuously variable levels by means of hydraulic handwheel (electronically adjustable with optional ESA), adjustable rebound damping (rebound damping and compression electronically adjustable with optional ESA), 135 mm travel
Rake / Trail: 29 degrees / 101 mm (4 inches)

Wheels
Wheels Die-cast aluminium wheels
Front wheel 3.50 x 17
Rear wheel 5.5 x 17
Front tyre 120/70-17
Back tyre 180/50-17
Front brakes dual 320 mm discs with 4-piston calipers
Rear brakes single 265 mm disc with 2-piston calipers

I wonder when will Mercedes-Benz make their own motorcycle models equipped with Mercedes-benz oxygen sensor.

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