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2001 Aprilia Falco Sl 1000 Sportbike on mail.2040motos

US $4,300.00
YearYear:2001 MileageMileage:11
Location:

howell, Michigan, US

howell, MI, US
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Aprilia Falco tech info

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Aprilia Falco description

2001 Aprilia Falco SL 1000 I am posting my 2001 Aprilia Falco SL1000 with only 11k miles. The bike is in very good condition with many aftermarket hop ups. I DO NOT HAVE TO SELL!!!!!!!!!! I will happily ride this bike and store it. I have searched and found this to be a very fair price considering what is out there and the prices similar bikes are going for. If you find one cheaper and better equipped, BUY IT!. If you don't have the amount listed, I'm sorry but this is not the bike for you. THere are not many Aprilias out there and even less of these Falcos. I haven't found one while riding around yet. Price is fairly firm as there is the one selling for more$ with less/more miles and another was selling in Northern Ohio with 30k miles for $3500 that was not in good shape. Cash only. No paypal scammers Italian chassis with POWERFUL BREMBO brakes and a powertrain by Rotax. Bullet proof This is nothing like the Jap sportbikes you've ridden. The motor is powerful, the noise is magnificent, and the handling is superb. Gear changes are tight and quick. Best of all the riding position isn't as bad as all the fully faired bikes out there. A few years ago I had a Honda Super Hawk and this is SO much better. Regular maintenance given. The bike is ready to ride!!!!!! Bike is in very good condition for a 13 year old vehicle. Normal wear and tear. Maintenance: Valve adjustment Spark plugs Oil Synthetic 2013 All fluids flushed 2013 TIRES! summer 2013 Brakes about 70% left New chain and sprocket (2 teeth up) 2013 New Battery 2013 Aftermarket: Two Brothers exhaust Appropriate EPROM, (chip) for the exhaust Showa front forks with Race tech internals and resprung Ohlins Rear Shock ($$$$) Aprilia Mille/Tuono swingarm conversion (Improves handling over Falco swingarm) Steel braided lines Frame sliders Rear seat and cowl Bike available to view M-F 10am-2pm, and weekends. Bike can be viewed in Plymouth if prior arrangements are made. No test rides without full purchase price in hand. No tire kickers. Stand not included Thanks

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