2014 Aprilia Rsv4 on ns1.2040-motos
Aprilia RSV4 description
2014 Aprilia RSV4 Factory. No OEM bodywork included. Only 1,763 miles, of which, there are 6 track days and about 700 miles worth of track miles, rest are street miles. Never raced. Currently equipped with Pirelli SC2 Slick rear and SC1 front, with about 30 laps on them. Always garaged on a stand and Shorai battery tender. Purchased brand new in February 2015 from Ride Motorsports in Seattle. I am the original owner and have the clean and clear CO title in hand. Aprilia Factory warranty in effect until 02/03/2017.
I have both keys and all original paperwork. Bike is mechanically flawless, and I have never had an issue with her. Bike did experience a low-side on the left side at HPR at around 900 miles on the clock. The left clip-on, left side of tank, and left rearset were damaged. Every damaged component has been replaced with brand new components (minus the tank, which only sustained cosmetic damage, and now has a tank cover on it). The bike is 100% minus some slight scratches on left side swing-arm and a slight scratch on the upper left frame (see pic). The tank also has scratched and chipped factory paint under the Motoxpricambi tank cover. Otherwise she runs, feels, and looks like new.
No PayPal. Cash or Bank Cashiers Only. Buyer responsible for shipping. Located in Phoenix AZ.
Feel free to email me with any questions.
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Moto blogFri, 27 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800
The 2012 MotoGP season is still months away and the world championship has already lost an entry, as veteran Anthony West announced his withdrawal from the series because he cannot afford to compete. The 30-year-old Australian racer was included on the provisional 2012 MotoGP entry list to compete for the Speed Master team on an Aprilia CRT machine. But with the official pre-season test at Sepang, Malaysia, coming up next week, West says he will not race because teams are asking riders to pay too much to race for them.Wed, 21 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700
The Aspar Team officially presented its CRT MotoGP team including riders Randy de Puniet and Aleix Espargaro and the team’s new Aprilia RSV4-based race bikes. Aspar is using an ART race bike which consists of an Aprilia-designed aluminum frame with an engine based on the RSV4′s powerplant. Whereas Aprilia claims an output of 178 hp from the production engine, Aspar claims the ART’s 65-degree V4 engine produces over 220 hp.Mon, 30 Mar 2009 00:00:00 -0700
Aprilia has recently jumped into the motocross category with both feet by launching the new 2009 MXV450. A first for the company and the only V-Twin-equipped motocross bike in the world, the MXV 450 promises to combine a high-performance engine with authentic Italian style, light weight and advanced technology. Equipped with Aprilia’s 452cc electronic-fuel injected 77-degree V-Twin engine, the 450 MXV allows riders to choose between two ignition settings – a factory default setting that favors rideability, control and traction, thanks to the closed firing gap between the two cylinders, and the “Screamer” setting that modifies the firing gap, allowing for maximum engine performance up to the 12,500 rpm limit. The Dell’Orto fuel injection system is managed by a programmable electronic control unit (ECU) that allows riders to switch between hard/soft mappings at the touch of a button on the handlebars.
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