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Aprilia RSV4 X Limited Edition

Aprilia celebrates 10 years of an extraordinary project by introducing RSV4 X, an exclusive version of the winning RSV4, available as a limited series of just 10 units.  Tailor-made by Aprilia Racing, the factory with 54 world titles, it has the sole aim of offering maximum performance on track. With its 225 hp and 165 kg, it is one of the lightest and most powerful super sport bikes of all time.  It is the first bike in the world to mount a gearbox with neutral below first gear and Brembo GP4-MS callipers.

The Aprilia RSV4 sets the benchmark in terms of sports riding and performance, the ultimate example of what can be achieved by harnessing the valuable experience of a winning Racing Department like that of Aprilia which, throughout its short history, has scored 54 world titles, seven of which in the SBK world championship. Skills honed on the track and transferred to the factory product to provide everyone with the same sensations that the motorbikes prepared by Aprilia Racing do.

Unmistakeable in its design lucidity and applied technology, the RSV4 is created around a 65° V4 engine, never before seen on a factory sport bike, a frame which is the heir to a dynasty that has won 18 titles and 143 Grand Prix races in the 250 GP class, enhanced by the latest applied electronics systems to manage the engine and the bike's dynamic performance. This is a true vocation for Aprilia, the first manufacturer to adopt the Ride-By-Wire multimap accelerator as standard equipment, but above all the first to patent the APRC dynamic control system, with the exclusive features of self-calibration and wheelie control, in the spirit of maximum effectiveness at the service of top performance.

Ten years after the birth of the first model in 2009, a bike that already had one eye on the category's future, Aprilia introduces the RSV4 X, a very special commemorative version limited to just ten units of the new RSV4 1100 Factory: a jewel of Italian manufacturing and a collector's item, dedicated exclusively to the track. That Aprilia Racing experience is also evident in the work carried out to lighten the motorbike, which results in an exceptional dry weight of 165 kg. To achieve this, Aprilia Racing selected a series of precious, lightweight components, such as the carbon fairing, enriched with special dedicated graphics inspired by the livery of the Aprilia RS-GP competing in the 2019 MotoGP World Championship, as well as a tank that is the same shape as the original, but more lightweight. Another competition-derived element is the racing push-button panel for adjustment of the main electronic controls making up the RSV4 X. There are numerous billet aluminium details, such as the clutch lever, the front brake lever guard, the engine sump guards, the adjustable foot pegs and the upper steering plate, important details that make for a further weight saving. Marchesini forged magnesium wheels magnify the already spectacular handling of the RSV4 and mount Pirelli slick tyres.

The inimitable 1100 cc V4 engine is selected and prepared directly by Aprilia Racing, the most advanced Piaggio Group platform for the development of technology applied first to racing bikes and then to factory models. This special preparation involves hand-assembly and the subsequent fine-tuning of all tolerances, just as is done for competition engines. The distribution system is also overhauled, with the adoption of new intake camshafts, new valve return springs and caps, as well as brand-new convex bucket tappets that, similarly sized, allow for the use of shafts with more aggressive cam profiles, deriving from SBK.

The Akrapovic exhaust system features titanium manifolds and a carbon tailpipe, while the air filter has been replaced with a Sprintfilter element: the air filter with the highest permeability available on the market (as well as being waterproof), the same unit used by Aprilia Racing in MotoGP. Electronic tuning is guaranteed by a specific ECU mapping, with dedicated track settings. These components ensure an increase in maximum power, from an already excellent 217 HP for the standard model, to the impressive 225 HP of the RSV4 X. The Aprilia V4 is equipped with the ANN (Aprilia No Neutral) system, the gearbox with neutral positioned below first gear that speeds up shifting from first to second and prevents any up-shifting errors. This solution derives directly from Aprilia experience in WSBK and MotoGP and is made available to the public on a production model for the very first time.

 

Another world first involves the Brembo braking system, the company choosing the Aprilia RSV4 X to debut its refined and extremely efficient machined from solid GP4-MS callipers. These act on a pair of steel brake discs with T-Drive technology and are controlled by a machined from solid 19x16 radial pump.

 

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Aprilia have announced the 2010 RSV4 R, a cheaper version of the RSV4 Factory. Instead of Öhlins suspension, the RSV4 R gets a Showa fork and Sachs shock, its 65-degree V4 makes do with aluminium parts instead of the Factory’s magnesium bits, and the chassis isn’t adjustable for swingarm pivot point, Steering Head Angle and engine position.

The significantly cheaper RSV4 R’s Showa/Sachs suspension is fully adjustable and the engine still produces 180bhp (though we suspect it may not be able to rev as high and/or as quickly as the RSV4 Factory’s engine). Also, with its ride-by-wire electronics, the bike still has three ride modes – Race, Sport and Road – for optimised power delivery for whatever conditions you might encounter.

Plastic instead of carbonfibre trim, aluminium instead of forged magnesium wheels and a bit more weight the R weighs 184kg, about five kilos more than the Factory

Aprilia RSV4 R brings the technology and unique character of the V4 that redefined sports performance on the track within the reach of all enthusiasts. With the advent of the R version, the Aprilia RSV4 - the bike that took the world by storm and set new standards for sports performance, both on the road and on the circuits of the SBK World Championship - is now accessible to an even broader group of enthusiasts

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RSV4 R maintains the same features that make the Aprilia RSV4 project so unique: the narrow 180 hp V4 engine, Ride-by-Wire integrated electronic management, dual injectors, race bred frame and suspension and extreme compactness.

Christened by

Max Biaggi, the Aprilia RSV4 R is the latest product of the project that has brought Aprilia back to the pinnacle of the motorcycle world, both on the world's circuits and on the road.

A revolutionary project - starting from a blank piece of paper and drawing from the marque's unparalleled success on the racetrack - that led to the inception of the RSV4 SBK, the bike that

Biaggi rode straight to victory in the World Superbike Championship, and a production bike which, in its Factory guise dedicated to circuit racing professionals, redefined the limits for the supersports genre.

Aprilia

now presents the RSV4 R, a bike born from the same project in a new, more accessible guise, conceived to bring this fantastic machine within reach of expert riders who want to experience its technological supremacy.

To offer you the same sensations as you carve a perfect line from apex to apex that Max Biaggi experiences on the track in the World Superbike Championship, the Aprilia

RSV4 R maintains all the features that make the superbike project so unique:

• COMPACTNESS:

Minimised dimensions and weight, a 65° V4 engine as narrow as a twin, a chassis architecture defined around the engine and an effective but essential fairing.

• ENGINE PERFORMANCE:

Class leading power, the torque of a twin, combined with the smooth power delivery and flexibility of a four cylinder, and dual injectors per cylinder. Technical and architectural solutions worthy of a genuine race prototype.

• ELECTRONICS:

Second generation Ride by Wire with multiple maps (track, sport and road).

• CHASSIS ARCHITECTURE:

Class beating solutions true to Aprilia traditions. The aluminium frame is built around the engine for maximum effectiveness both on the track and on the road. Suspension is completely adjustable.

• ITALIAN DESIGN:

The unique style of the RSV4 R is the product of a painstaking design process and was conceived and developed in Aprilia's own design centre. The styling solutions enhance the bike's class beating compactness, which is further emphasised by the spectacular, ultra-short tail fairing.

For those who can live with Showa/Sachs (instead of Öhlins) suspension, aluminium (instead of magnesium) components, plastic (instead of carbonfibre) parts in the bodywork, and a non-adjustable chassis (instead of one that allows you to change the swingarm’s pivot point, Steering Head Angle and even the engine position…), the Aprilia RSV4 R is probably a brilliant deal. You still get the same sharp styling, the same 180bhp V4 engine, and the same ride-by-wire electronics as the higher-spec RSV4 Factory, but at a price that’s about 25% lower.

MotorBox recently had the opportunity to test ride the RSV4 R at the Estoril circuit, in Portugal, and here are some excerpts from what they have to say about the bike:

Aprilia aim to sell around 2,000 units of the RSV4 in Europe in 2010, so launching a ‘cheaper’ version of the RSV4 Factory was probably a must, in order to achieve those sales figures. And for Aprilia fans who want a bike that can work on the track as well as on the street, the RSV4 R is just great, because it still retains most of the best bits of the Factory version.

The R version’s 65-degree V4 remains unchanged and still produces the full 180bhp at 12,500rpm – the same as the RSV4 Factory. Dual injectors per cylinder, 48mm throttle bodies, ride-by-wire electronics, and tri-mode mapping – it’s all there. And while the chassis doesn’t permit you to change the engine’s position or alter the swingarm pivot, it’s still beautifully finished, and the 43mm Showa fork and Sachs shock are fully adjustable.

At 184kg dry, the RSV4 R is 5kg heavier than the Factory, but that makes little difference to the bike’s performance. With Aprilia’s own test riders on board, the RSV4 R laps the Mugello circuit within a few 10ths of a second of the Factory’s lap times. The R’s very ‘front-endy’ riding position is also similar to the Factory’s, though in real-world riding the Factory feels a bit more ‘edgy’ and aggressive, responding to the rider’s inputs with a tad more urgency.

A lot of people may actually like the RSV4 R more than the Factory, since the former is more street-friendly, while the latter is definitely a bit more track-oriented. The two bikes have their own unique personalities – the R is a bit more stable under hard braking while the Factory accelerates out of corners harder.

The RSV4 R definitely doesn't need to make any excuses for its performance...

In the end, the Factory is a ferret and in terms of handling, remains the absolute benchmark in its segment. The RSV4 Factory is small, slim and compact, changes direction very quickly and often feels like a 600 in the way it handles. The R model makes you work a bit harder to go as fast, but ultimately the R is also a bit easier to control than the rather more explosive Factory.

The BMW S1000RR might be bit more powerful, but the Aprilia’s V4 sounds fantastic and goes very, very hard. It also delivers its power across a wide rev range, though the Factory’s engine is happy revving all the way up to 14,000rpm while the R’s engine stops a few hundred revs before that.

Coming to the two bikes’ ride-by-wire electronics, the R’s electronics seem to work a bit better than the Factory’s, which is understandable since Aprilia have had a few months to fine-tune and optimise the system. The R’s V4 is blessed with perfect fuel-injection and even its gearbox feels just a bit smoother than the Factory’s. The only thing we’d like changed is low-rpm response in ‘Track’ mode, which is currently a bit too aggressive. Milder response in the first quarter opening of the throttle would probably work better.

Finally, the RSV4 R’s strength lies in the disarming simplicity with which it allows you to go so fast. That V4 makes a scary amount of power, but Aprilia have managed to engineer a package that lets you actually use all that power rather. The RSV4 R is bike that’s perfectly balanced – focused on performance and yet easy to ride – and as a package, it works very well indeed. This was Japanese litre-bike territory at one time, but Aprilia engineers have produced a bike that’s ready to take on the world’s best!

Road Test

For those who can live with Showa/Sachs (instead of Ohlins) suspension, aluminium (instead of magnesium) components, plastic (instead of carbonfibre) parts in the bodywork, and a non-adjustable chassis (instead of one that allows you to change the swingarm’s pivot point, Steering Head Angle and even the engine position…), the Aprilia RSV4 R is probably a brilliant deal. You still get the same sharp styling, the same 180bhp V4 engine, and the same ride-by-wire electronics as the higher-spec RSV4 Factory, but at a price that’s about 25% lower.

MotorBox recently had the opportunity to test ride the RSV4 R at the Estoril circuit, in Portugal, and here are some excerpts from what they have to say about the bike:

Aprilia aim to sell around 2,000 units of the RSV4 in Europe in 2010, so launching a ‘cheaper’ version of the RSV4 Factory was probably a must, in order to achieve those sales figures. And for Aprilia fans who want a bike that can work on the track as well as on the street, the RSV4 R is just great, because it still retains most of the best bits of the Factory version.

The R version’s 65-degree V4 remains unchanged and still produces the full 180bhp at 12,500rpm – the same as the RSV4 Factory. Dual injectors per cylinder, 48mm throttle bodies, ride-by-wire electronics, and tri-mode mapping – it’s all there. And while the chassis doesn’t permit you to change the engine’s position or alter the swingarm pivot, it’s still beautifully finished, and the 43mm Showa fork and Sachs shock are fully adjustable.

At 184kg dry, the RSV4 R is 5kg heavier than the Factory, but that makes little difference to the bike’s performance. With Aprilia’s own test riders on board, the RSV4 R laps the Mugello circuit within a few 10ths of a second of the Factory’s lap times. The R’s very ‘front-endy’ riding position is also similar to the Factory’s, though in real-world riding the Factory feels a bit more ‘edgy’ and aggressive, responding to the rider’s inputs with a tad more urgency.

A lot of people may actually like the RSV4 R more than the Factory, since the former is more street-friendly, while the latter is definitely a bit more track-oriented. The two bikes have their own unique personalities – the R is a bit more stable under hard braking while the Factory accelerates out of corners harder.

The RSV4 R definitely doesn't need to make any excuses for its performance...

In the end, the Factory is a ferret and in terms of handling, remains the absolute benchmark in its segment. The RSV4 Factory is small, slim and compact, changes direction very quickly and often feels like a 600 in the way it handles. The R model makes you work a bit harder to go as fast, but ultimately the R is also a bit easier to control than the rather more explosive Factory.

The BMW S1000RR might be bit more powerful, but the Aprilia’s V4 sounds fantastic and goes very, very hard. It also delivers its power across a wide rev range, though the Factory’s engine is happy revving all the way up to 14,000rpm while the R’s engine stops a few hundred revs before that.

Coming to the two bikes’ ride-by-wire electronics, the R’s electronics seem to work a bit better than the Factory’s, which is understandable since Aprilia have had a few months to fine-tune and optimise the system. The R’s V4 is blessed with perfect fuel-injection and even its gearbox feels just a bit smoother than the Factory’s. The only thing we’d like changed is low-rpm response in ‘Track’ mode, which is currently a bit too aggressive. Milder response in the first quarter opening of the throttle would probably work better.

Finally, the RSV4 R’s strength lies in the disarming simplicity with which it allows you to go so fast. That V4 makes a scary amount of power, but Aprilia have managed to engineer a package that lets you actually use all that power rather. The RSV4 R is bike that’s perfectly balanced – focused on performance and yet easy to ride – and as a package, it works very well indeed. This was Japanese litre-bike territory at one time, but Aprilia engineers have produced a bike that’s ready to take on the world’s best!.

 

 

Sours: https://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/aprilia/aprilia_rsv-4%2010.htm
Max Biaggi Aprilia RSV4 X Barcelona Test

Meet one of the most exclusive Aprilia RSV4s of all time

Aprilia unveiled the RSV4 X – a ten units limited edition superbike to celebrate the birth of the first model, which was unveiled in 2009. With its 225 horsepower and 165 kg, it’s one of the lightest and most powerful sports bikes around. 

And here’s an interesting thing – Aprilia mounted a gearbox with neutral below first gear – the first production bike in the world of this kind. The system is called ANN (Aprilia No Neutral) and speeds up-shifting from first to second, while preventing any up-shifting errors, claims Aprilia. Another highlight – the Brembo GP4-MS calipers – these act on a pair of steel brake discs with T-Drive technology. 

Each of the ten Aprilia RSV4 X bikes, offered at a price of 39,900 Euro, can be reserved exclusively online from the second half of April, by accessing the website factoryworks.aprilia.com. The lucky buyers will have the chance to collect their bike from Aprilia Racing and enjoy an exclusive tour of the Noale racing department. RSV4 X is part of the Factory Works programme launched by Aprilia Racing. 

The RSV4 X is built around a 65 degrees V4 engine, and it’s derived from the RSV4 1100 Factory. The claimed dry weight sits at 165 kg due to the carbon fairing, and a lighter fuel tank. Also, there’s racing push-button panel for adjusting the main electronic controls. 

There are numerous billet aluminum details, such as the clutch lever, the front brake lever guard, the engine sump guards, the adjustable foot pegs and the upper steering plate, important details that make for a further weight saving. Aprilia RSV4 X also comes with  Marchesini forged magnesium wheels and Pirelli slick tires.

Watch our BMW S1000RR Review 

The 1100 cc V4 engine is prepared by Aprilia Racing – this involves hand-assembly and fine-tuning of all tolerances, just as it’s done for competition engine. The distribution system is also overhauled, with the adoption of new intake camshafts, new valve return springs, and caps, as well as brand-new convex bucket tappets that, similarly sized, allow for the use of shafts with more aggressive cam profiles, deriving from SBK.

The Akrapovic exhaust system features titanium manifolds and a carbon tailpipe, while the air filter has been replaced with a Sprintfilter element: the air filter with the highest permeability available on the market (as well as being waterproof), the same unit used by Aprilia Racing in MotoGP. Electronic tuning is guaranteed by a specific ECU mapping, with dedicated track settings. These components ensure an increase in maximum power, from an already excellent 217 HP for the standard model to the impressive 225 HP of the RSV4 X. 

Sours: https://riders.drivemag.com/news/aprilia-rsv4-x-225-hp-165-kg-magnificent/

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Aprilia RSV4: review, history, specs

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Aprilia RSV4
Manufacturer

Aprilia

Also called RSV4 Factory APRC SE, RSV4 Factory, RSV4 R, RSV4 Factory APRC, RSV4 R APRC, RSV4 Factory APRC ABS, RSV4 R APRC ABS, RSV4 Factory ABS, RSV4 R ABS, RSV4 R FW, RSV4 FW-GP, RSV4 RF, RSV4 1100 Factory, RSV4 RR
Production 2009 - 2019
ClassSport Bike
SuccessorRSV4 1100
Engine

v4, four-stroke

Bore / Stroke78.0mm x 52.3mm
Compression ratio13.6:1
Horsepower196.73 HP (146.7 KW) @ 13000RPM
Torque84.82 ft/lbs (115.0 Nm) @ 10500RPM
Air FilterK&N AL1010 `09-13[1]
Ignitionmagneti marelli digital electronic ignition system integrated in engine control system, with one spark plug per cylinder and “stick-coilâ€
Spark PlugNGK CR9EB `10-16 [2]
BatteryYUASA YTZ10S `10-16 [2]
TransmissionGear box: 6-speed
Clutch: multiplate wet clutch with mechanical slipper system.
Final DriveChain: 525x
Front Sprocket16T
Rear Sprocket42T
SuspensionFront: öhlins fork with tin surface treatment. forged aluminum radial caliper mounting bracket. completely adjustable spring preload and hydraulic compression and rebound damping.
Rear: double braced aluminum swingarm; mixed low thickness and sheet casting technology. sachs monoshock with piggy-back, fully adjustable in: spring preload, hydraulics in compression and rebound. aps progressive linkages.
BrakesFront: double disc. abs. floating stainless steel discs with lightweight stainless steel rotor with 6 studs. brembo radial callipers with 4 diam. horizontally opposed 32 mm pistons. sintered pads. axial pump master cylinder and metal braided brake hoses.
Rear: single disc. abs. brembo floating caliper.
Front Tire120/70-zr17 `10-16 [2]
Rear Tire190/55-zr17 `10-16 [2]
Wheelbase 56.65 inches (1439 mm)
Length 80.79 inches (2052 mm)
Width 28.94 inches (735 mm)
Height 42.91 inches (1090 mm)
Seat Height 33.5 inches (851 mm)
Weight390.22 pounds (177.0 Kg) (dry), 199.0 kg (wet)
Fuel Capacity4.89 Gallon (18.50 Liters)
Fuel Consumption6.67 liters/100 km (15.0 km/l or 35.27 mpg)
RelatedAprilia RSV4RR
Manuals Service Manual


The Aprilia RSV4 was a v4, four-stroke Sport Bike motorcycle produced by Aprilia between 2009 and 2019. Max torque was 84.82 ft/lbs (115.0 Nm) @ 10500 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 196.73 HP (146.7 KW) @ 13000 RPM.

Engine[edit | edit source]

The engine was a liquid cooled v4, four-stroke. A 78.0mm bore x 52.3mm stroke result in a displacement of just 999.6 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a double overhead cams/twin cam (dohc).

Drive[edit | edit source]

The bike has a 6-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the multiplate wet clutch with mechanical slipper system..

Chassis[edit | edit source]

It came with a 120/70-zr17 front tire and a 200/55-zr17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via double disc. abs. floating stainless steel discs with lightweight stainless steel rotor with 6 studs. brembo radial callipers with 4 diam. horizontally opposed 32 mm pistons. sintered pads. axial pump master cylinder and metal braided brake hoses. in the front and a single disc. abs. brembo floating caliper. in the rear. The front suspension was a öhlins fork with tin surface treatment. forged aluminum radial caliper mounting bracket. completely adjustable spring preload and hydraulic compression and rebound damping. while the rear was equipped with a double braced aluminum swingarm; mixed low thickness and sheet casting technology. sachs monoshock with piggy-back, fully adjustable in: spring preload, hydraulics in compression and rebound. aps progressive linkages.. The RSV4 RR was fitted with a 4.89 Gallon (18.50 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 390.22 pounds (177.0 Kg). The wheelbase was 56.65 inches (1439 mm) long.

2009 Aprilia RSV4 R[edit | edit source]

The 2009 MY Aprilia RSV4 R is one of the more accessible and tamed superbikes from the House of Noale, both in terms of performance as well as the price tag. At its heart, lies a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, V-four cylinder powerplant mated to a six-speed manual transmission, and can produce a claimed 180 horsepower and 115 Nm of torque.

Standard features include a 43mm Showa upside-down fork, a Sachs adjustable monoshock in the rear with Aprilia Progressive System (APS), a Brembo braking system with dual 320mm discs in the front, an aerodynamic full-fairing with a small windscreen, a digital instrumentation panel with an analogue tachometer, and a single seat.

2009 Aprilia RSV4 Factory[edit | edit source]

The 2009 MY Aprilia RSV4 Factory is about as close to a WSBK-grade machine one could purchase, that can still be rode on public roads. It has, at its heart, a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 999cc, V-four cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission, and can reach a maximum power output of 180 horsepower and 115 Nm of torque.

Being a Factory model, it boasts the best and latest technologies and parts from the House of Noale, such as a 43mm Ohlins upside-down fork, an Ohlins monoshock with APS and piggy-back cylinder, a Brembo braking system with dual, large 320mm discs in the front and a single unit in the rear, carbon-fiver body-parts, a special, non-slip seat and a digital instrumentation panel.

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The RSV4 is the pure, unadulterated racing character in a bike which is designed to offer top- class WSBK-grade performance to the skilled rider. Available in both street trim and a racing livery, the 2008 RSV4 brings forth the adjustable-architecture frame which allows technicians to alter the headstock position and angle, engine height and swingarm pivot height.

Not exactly the best commuter, the 2008 Aprilia RSV4 will instead shine on the track or on the twisties, while it adjustable features will tailor both ergonomics and performance to the rider's preference. If you're not a WSBK rider, this is as close as one can get to a pro's machine.

2010 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC SE[edit | edit source]

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Bringing World Superbike performance and attitude to the street level, the 2009 Aprilia RSV4 Factory is the closest to WSBK a rider can get and still be able to use public roads. Designed for both street and track use, the 2009 RSV4 Factory boasts several WSBK features directly-adapted for road use, such as the Öhlins Racing full adjustable fork and rear monoshock, or the adjustable engine position relative to the frame.

Add in a new V4 engine and adjustable perimetral aluminum frame and a host of other similar high-tech solutions are present to allow experienced riders to make the most of their skills and the machine, for a true enjoyable sport experience.

2010 Aprilia RSV4 R[edit | edit source]

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The 2009 RSV4 R is another sizzling bike from Aprilia, dedicated to riders who are looking for a sport bike but not one loaded with WSBK-grade features down to the minute details. If an adjustable frame architecture and engine are things you can do without, but the traditional RSV4 performance is not a matter to be discussed, then the 2009 RSV4 R might be just the right choice.

Aprilia has loaded this bike with a slipper clutch, a cassette type gearbox, anodized aluminum frame and swingarm, and a fully adjustable suspension. Ready for street use and still a force to be reckoned with on the weekend track, the 2009 RSV4 R is a superbike par excellence and should be dealt with accordingly.

2011 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC SE[edit | edit source]

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The Special Edition of the Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC was created to celebrate the worldwide domination in the SBK championship. The bike is as close to Maxi Biaggi's winning motorcycle as a street-legal machine can be, and many of its parts and components are in fact racing-grade items.

Discerning riders can now alter and tweak a plethora of variables in performance and handling, allowing them to tailor the response of the bike according to their own preferences. Traction, wheelie and launch controls can be altered individually, and quickshift is standard.

2011 Aprilia RSV4 R[edit | edit source]

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In case you feel like the WSBK-derived APRC RSV4 bikes are a bit overkill for you, you can always go for the RSV4 R. This bike retains the full sporty character of it's better-endowed sibling, yet will spare you the fuss of finding the best setup with the countless variables. Left with the adjustable suspensions and other minor setups, riders can enjoy the full sport-natured character of the bike, whether it's on the road or on the track.

2012 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC[edit | edit source]

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One of the iconic WSBK machines of the last years, the 2011 RSV4 Factory APRC is the streetable version of the race bike. Bringing in the full extent of Aprilia's racing program tech advances, this bike proudly offers the APRC (Aprilia Performance Ride Control), a most worthy tool for the discerning track day enthusiasts.

This amazing traction control system can be adjusted to eight different levels and can self-calibrate based on the different types of tires, the wheelie control feature, launch control and the electronic transmission. Hop aboard the RSV4 Factory APRC and keep in mind you're riding almost the same bike Max Biaggi does.

2012 Aprilia RSV4 R APRC[edit | edit source]

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Endowed with a more rider-friendly character, the 2011 RSV4 R APRC is a new competitor in the world of street-ready superbike machines. Loaded with plenty of technology to allow riders to get the most out of their bikes and still be on the safe side, the 20011 R version of the Aprilia RSV4 brings forth the full APRC goodies.

ATC: Aprilia Traction Control automatically adjusts to different types of tires, with 8 settings conveniently selectable while racing from a joystick on the left handlebar without turning down the throttle; AWC: Aprilia Wheelie Control with three settings; ALC: Aprilia Launch Control, for use on the track only, with 3 settings; AQS: Aprilia Quick Shift, for ultra-fast shifting without closing the throttle or using the clutch.

Of course, dual modes for the display are standard: road and race, with the bike receiving a new exhaust, revised gearing, lighter wheels and better lubrication.

2013 Aprilia RSV4 R APRC[edit | edit source]

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In case you feel like you can do just fine without ABS, Aprilia has something for you: the 2012 RSV4 R APRC, a liter-class superbike with no frills and only thrills. The engine power and maneuverability are intact, and you still have to learn about the adjustable chassis and how it can affect your riding performance.

This bike offers the full-on APRC (Aprilia Performance Ride Control) package so you'll be able to adjust the engine and transmission performance according to your style and have multiple setups saved for both city and track fun.

2013 Aprilia RSV4 R APRC ABS[edit | edit source]

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The 2012 Aprilia RSV4 R APRC ABS is a great choice for those in search of a liter-class bike, but who are not exactly that keen on riding a SBK replica. Retaining the full massive power and the advanced electronics package, this motorcycle also boasts ABS, and the acclaimed maneuverability.

However, the RSV4 R APRC ABS loses the adjustable chassis WSBK-grade machinery sports. The steering damper is present, and it now comes from Sachs. Powerful, race-grade Brembo brakes are also in place. And with this bike you'll spend less time tweaking and more time riding.

2014 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC[edit | edit source]

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The 2014 MY Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC sports a four-stroke, liquid-cooled V4 engine producing 184 horsepower and 117 Nm of torque. It comes with the proven Aprilia Performance Ride Control (APRC), derived from award-winning experience in the Superbike series. The APRC includes the ATC, a traction control system with 8 settings that can be selected easily from a joystick on the left handlebar, the AWC, a three-setting wheelie control and the ALC, a 3-setting launch control, usable only in race mode on the track.

The Aprilia RSV4 is available for purchase in Classic Black Matte/ Competition Black Matte and a new Formula Red livery.

2015 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC[edit | edit source]

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The 2015 MY Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC ABS is powered by a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 65-degree, 999.6cc V4, which produces 184 horsepower and an impressive 117 Nm of torque. ABS is standard in this model and has been designed by the house of Noale in close cooperation with Bosch to offer increased rider safety when on the road, and more race-like performance if one decides to take it for a track Sunday.

Another feature on the RSV4 is the proven Aprilia Performance Ride Control (APRC), which allows the rider to preset his two-wheeler to accommodate a wide variety of scenarios, thanks to many electronic systems derived straight from the race track. The APRC incudes: Aprilia Traction Control(ATC), Aprilia Wheelie Control(AWC), Aprilia Launch Control(ALC) and Aprilia Quick Shift(AQS).

2015 Aprilia RSV4 RF[edit | edit source]

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The 2015 My Aprilia RSV4 RF comes as a limited edition to the new RSV4 RR. Limited to only 500 units, it comes standard with the previously optional Race Pack, and a dedicated graphic styling called "Superpole".

On the tech/engine side, it sports the same four-stroke, liquid-cooled, four-cylinder 999cc V4. Also, it has all the technologies of the base RR version, including APRC and the newly designed "Race ABS".

2017 Aprilia RSV4 RF[edit | edit source]

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The RF version of the RSV4 was presented at Eicma 2016, earns new and more sophisticated suspension systems with fine adjustments both in hydraulics and spring preload: the fork is a latest generation Ohlins NIX unit, as is the TTX shock absorber; the latter is operated by new progressive linkage that increases the reaction time of the shock absorber itself.

References[edit | edit source]

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