2001 Aprilia Sl1000 Falco on mail.2040motos
Aprilia SL1000 description
This is a used Sport Touring Italian V-Twin motorcycle. I'm the third owner I purchased it in May of 2008 with 7580 miles on it. It has never been down. I replaced the clutch plates at around 18000 miles , I replaced the stock hub at the same time. They say there was something wrong with the factory hub which made the clutch slip. Haven't had any issues with the clutch since then. I also replaced the clutch slave cylinder with an aftermarket one, the stock one was two piece and always leaked. I replaced the rear shock with one off of an '04 RSV1000, much better shock. Currently I have GPR slipons on the motorcycle, which sound fantastic, but I'll include the stock ones in the sell. Also included will be a set of factory soft saddlebags, with mounting brackets and factory tankbag. I also have put an aftermarket bellypan on the motorcycle still have the original. I don't use the backseat , there is a rear cowl on it, but I do have the seat. This is a nice motorcycle considering how old it is! Good Luck!!
Moto blogFri, 31 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
Aprilia has today released its 2014 model range, with the $20,499 RSV4 Factory APRC ABS headlining the Italian marque’s impressive lineup. You can see the full list of 2014 models below, but first we’ll begin with two interesting omissions from the list: The Dorsoduro 1200 and Caponord. According to Aprilia, the Dorso 1200 won’t be coming stateside in 2014, while the Caponord will arrive later this year badged as a 2015 model.Wed, 28 Nov 2012 00:00:00 -0800
The Piaggio Group announced it has secured a €60 million (US$77.6 million) financing deal with the European Investment Bank to fund the development of new products. The seven-year loan will fund research and development projects at Piaggio’s Italian facilities. The loan is in addition to investments Piaggio already budgeted for the period from 2013 to 2015 to develop new products.Thu, 07 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Aprilia opened a new chapter in its racing history, unveiling its team livery for the RSV4 for the 2013 World Superbike Championship. The 2013 season will be the first since the Italian brand returned to WSBK racing in 2009 without “the Roman Emperor” Max Biaggi who retired at the end of last season after winning his second title in three years on Aprilia’s flagship V4 sportbike. Despite the departure of Biaggi, who is moving up to the broadcast booth to cover WSBK for Italian television, Aprilia hopes to remain a title contender with the returning Eugene Laverty and the newly-signed Sylvain Guintoli.
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