2010 NEW APRILIA RSV4R
2010 NEW APRILIA RSV4R
2010 Aprilia RSV4R, a cheaper adaptation of the RSV4 Factory. Instead of Ohlins suspension, the RSV4 R gets a Showa bend and Sachs shock, its 60-degree V4 makes do with aluminium genitalia instead of the Factory's magnesium bits, and the anatomy isn't adjustable for swingarm axis point, council arch bend and agent position.
2010 NEW APRILIA RSV4R black edition
The decidedly cheaper RSV4 R's Showa/Sachs abeyance is absolutely adjustable and the agent still produces 180bhp (though we doubtable it may not be able to rev as aerial and/or as bound as the RSV4 Factory's engine). Also, with its ride-by-wire electronics, the bike still has three ride modes - Race, Sport and Alley - for optimised ability commitment for whatever altitude you ability encounter.
Plastic instead of carbonfibre trim, aluminium instead of artificial magnesium auto and a bit added weight the R weighs 184kg, about bristles kilos added than the Factory. Aprilia RSV4 R brings the technology and different appearance of the V4 that redefined sports achievement on the clue aural the ability of all enthusiasts. With the appearance of the R version, the Aprilia RSV4 - the bike that took the apple by storm and set new standards for sports performance, both on the alley and on the circuits of the SBK Apple Championship - is now attainable to an alike broader accumulation of enthusiasts. RSV4 R maintains the aforementioned appearance that accomplish the Aprilia RSV4 activity so unique: the attenuated 180 hp V4 engine, Ride-by-Wire chip cyberbanking management, bifold injectors, chase bred anatomy and abeyance and acute compactness. Christened by Max Biaggi, the Aprilia RSV4 R is the latest artefact of the activity that has brought Aprilia aback to the acme of the motorcycle world, both on the world's circuits and on the road. A advocate activity - starting from a bare allotment of cardboard and cartoon from the marque's unparalleled success on the racetrack - that led to the birth of the RSV4 SBK, the bike that Biaggi rode beeline to achievement in the Apple Superbike Championship, and a assembly bike which, in its Factory guise committed to ambit antagonism professionals, redefined the banned for the supersports genre.