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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC Special Edition

Aprilia Performance Ride Ascendancy is a self-adjusting absorption ascendancy arrangement able of adapting to altered types of tires and additionally includes wheelie control, barrage ascendancy and a quick shifter; it’s basically Max Biaggi’s SBK system. The 2011 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC SE additionally includes a appropriate kinda-Alitalia acrylic job, a new, abate exhaust, afterpiece accessory ratios, a hardly revised agent with bigger lubrication (Aprilia claims no ability boost) and proprietary dual-compound Pirelli tires developed accurately for this model.

Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC Special Edition has been revealed at the 2010 Intermot show. The special edition RSV4 Factory taps into Aprilia’s racing heritage, especially after Max Biaggi’s WSBK championship win this year and Aprilia having earned the manufacturer’s title. The RSV4 APRC applies track technology and experience to Aprilia’s supersports road bike, creating what Aprilia likes to call a benchmark in this segment.

The new RSV4 APRC special edition is fitted with features such as adjustable traction control, wheelie control, launch control and quick shift transmission. It includes some of the features of the electronic engine management system of the SBK Aprilia bike with APRC standing for ‘Aprilia Performance Ride Control’. The package has improved lubrication and closer gears on the V4 engine, a lighter exhaust and an improved butterfly valve management system which is more closely matched to the Ride by Wire system.

The RSV4 APRC special edition is designed both for those wanting a more serious track bike, and for hobby riders who love this kind of superbike technology. The bike is even fitted with new dual blend 200/55 tyres which have been specifically developed with Pirelli for WSBK circuits. More details after the jump include spec sheets.





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