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2012 Aprilia Racing Rsv4 Factory on mail.2040motos

YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Red

Houston, Texas

Houston, TX
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TypeType:Sportbike PhonePhone:(888) 368-5030

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Aprilia Racing RSV4 Factory Race Track Bike 60K InvestedUp for sale is our Aprilia RSV4 Factory race bike. We have approx $60K invested in this bike and nothing but the best parts have been used. You will not find a better prepped race bike anywhere! Equipped with launch control, traction control, wheelie control, quick shifter, & slipper clutch. Marcheseni wheels pictured ARE NOT included but are available for $2K. Bike comes with a bill of sale and for used on closed circuit only. NOT STREET LEGAL.Condition: ExcellentCall sales today on 713-222-2332 or shop with us online 24/7 at The list of parts include:1. Aprilia Racing ECU (Same ECU used in WSS)2. Aprilia Racing Adjustable Triple Clamps with 2 extra stems.3. Aprilia Racing Front Harness (keyless)4. Aprilia Racing Akrapovic WSS Full Titanium Exhaust5. Aprilia Racing Left Hand Controls6. Aprilia Racing Thermostat Bypass Kit7. Aprilia Racing Aluminum Coolant Junction8. Aprilia Racing Coolant Overflow Bottle and Bracket9. Aprilia Racing Carbon Fiber Rear Fender Hugger10. Aprilia Racing Carbon Fiber Rear Chain Guards11. Aprilia Racing Carbon Fiber Rear Exhuast Bracket12. Aprilia Racing Carbon Fiber Tank Cover13. K-Tech 20DDS Front Fork Internals with Ohlin's Forks14. K-Tech 35DDS Rear Shock15. Ohlin's Steering Damper16. Brembo Radial Nickel Coated Monobloc Caliper Kit17. Brembo Super Sport Billet Rear Caliper18. Brembo Z04 Front Brake Pads19. Brembo RSC Master Brake Cylinder20. Brembo Remote Front Brake Adjuster21. Brembo RSC Folding Clutch Lever22. Brembo Quick Turn Brake Reservoir23. Braking Light Weight Rear Rotor24. Austin Racing Rearsets25. Gilles Shift Arm Support26. Lightech Rear Chain Adjuster27. Lightech Rear Lifters28. Lightech Carbon Fiber Frame Cover29. Lightech Carbon Fiber Swingarm Cover30. Lightech Keyless Gas Cap31. Renthal Clip-Ons32. Renthal Race Grips33. DucaBike Carbon Fiber Brake Lever Guard34. GBR Right / Left Case Covers35. Yoyodyne Race Fairing Stay36. Yoyodyne Quick Turn Throttle37. Catalyst Racing Bodywork38. Dzus Quick Release Fasteners39. Puig Race Windscreen40. Cox Racing Radiator Guards41. Samco Silicone Radiator Hoses and Clamps42. RaceSeats Custom Race Seat43. StomGrip Side Tank Pads44. SuperLight Front / Rear Sprockets45. DID EVR Road Race Chain46. Rizoma Sprocket Cover47. BMC Carbon Fiber Air

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Exclusive SBK Special Edition 2013 Aprilia RSV4 Factory Announced for North America

Thu, 24 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

  Aprilia is producing a special edition RSV4 for the U.S. and Canada to celebrate Max Biaggi‘s World Superbike Championship-winning 2012 season. The special edition model will only be available in North America, though we’d prefer if Piaggio could come up with a less awkward name than the 2013 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC ABS SBK SE.

Piaggio Reports Q1 2013 Results

Mon, 06 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The Piaggio Group reported an 11.6% drop in net sales for the first quarter of 2013, the result of a struggling economy and unseasonably cold weather in Europe and a flatlining two-wheeler market in Vietnam. There was however some good news in North America, Vespa sales in India and a 27.8% increase in Moto Guzzi sales. According to the company’s first quarter report, Piaggio reported net sales of 303.4 million euros (US$396.8 million), down from net sales of 343.1 million euros reported the same quarter of 2012.

How I'll remember Marco

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