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2012 Aprilia Rsv4 Factory Sportbike on mail.2040motos

US $16,988.00
YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:1 ColorColor: RED/BLK
Location:

PENINSULA, Ohio, US

PENINSULA, OH, US
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Aprilia RSV4 Factory tech info

TypeType:Sportbike Stock NumberStock Number:A0528 PhonePhone:8887390959

Aprilia RSV4 Factory description

2012 APRILIA RSV4 Factory, 2012 APRILIA RSV4 FACTORY APRC, From Aprilia's Domination In The World Superbike Championship, The Motorcycle That Already Set New Standards For The Supersports Street Bike Genre: Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC.A Symbol Of The 'Race Ready' Bike, Rsv4 Factory APRC Is Even Faster And Safer On The Track Today Thanks To The APRC Dynamic Controls Package.

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Aprilia MXV450 Enters Motocross Arena

Mon, 30 Mar 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Aprilia has recently jumped into the motocross category with both feet by launching the new 2009 MXV450.  A first for the company and the only V-Twin-equipped motocross bike in the world, the MXV 450 promises to combine a high-performance engine with authentic Italian style, light weight and advanced technology. Equipped with Aprilia’s 452cc electronic-fuel injected 77-degree V-Twin engine, the 450 MXV allows riders to choose between two ignition settings – a factory default setting that favors rideability, control and traction, thanks to the closed firing gap between the two cylinders, and  the “Screamer” setting that modifies the firing gap, allowing for maximum engine performance up to the 12,500 rpm limit. The Dell’Orto fuel injection system is managed by a programmable electronic control unit (ECU) that allows riders to switch between hard/soft mappings at the touch of a button on the handlebars.

Top Motorcycle News Stories of 2008

Wed, 31 Dec 2008 00:00:00 -0800

2008 was an interesting year in the world of motorcycles. But the biggest stories of 2008 have left some big questions for 2009. What’s in store for the New Year?

BSB 2012; Mystic Mac investigates

Tue, 03 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800

In my opinion, the smartest move in the BSB off season has to be Michael Laverty moving from Swan Yamaha to HM Plant Honda. With a ban on electronics for 2012, and in particular traction control, WFR's Graham Gowland has already proved to Laverty how competitive an EVO spec Fireblade can be - so I’m tipping both these riders to be bang on the money at the Brands Hatch season opener in April. Unlike BMW, Kawasaki and Yamaha, Honda have deliberately developed their road-going Superbike without electronics to give a user friendly feel with good mechanical traction, so it’ll be interesting to see how the opposition copes with their high-tech trickery stripped off.