2001 Aprilia Sl1000 on mail.2040motos
Aprilia SL1000 description
A low-mileage 2001 Aprilia SL1000, called a 'Falco' with a Rotax 1000cc twin-cylinder engine.
Essentially an RSV Mille with a more road-oriented riding position and similar performance.
Aprilia has often been called the 'Honda of Italy' brand for their design, engineering and reliability.
If you are not familiar with the Falco, read this online review: Falco Model Review
This bike is in great shape, and has the following upgrades:
All clutch components replaced this Spring, including clutch master cylinder (Brembo); aftermarket slave cylinder; and clutch plates (Barnett).
Recently tuned (plugs, valve adjustment, oil & filter).
This sale includes a set of new Bridgestone Battlax BT-016 Supersport tires; stock components available as well.
Currently registered in California, title is free & clear.
Use Buy It Now and I will ship tires & parts free-of-charge (continental USA only).
Buyer's Option: $2995 without steering damper, custom exhaust or new tires.
Email for questions.
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