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2009 Aprilia RSV4


2009 Aprilia RSV4

2009 Aprilia RSV4

2009 Aprilia RSV4

2009 Aprilia RSV4



Year of specifications 2009 -
Engine 999cc V4
Transmission 6-speed, chain
Top speed 180 mph
0-60 MPH -
Horsepower 180 hp (estimate)
Weight 179 kgs / 394 lbs
Seat height -

The Aprilia RSV4 Factory is Aprilia's most potent super bike. Introduced in 2009, it's bascially a road-going version of the company's race World Superbike machine.

Just about everything about the RSV4 Factory was engineered for speed. It's just at home on the track as on the road, and in fact the only way you can even hope to explore some of the bike's potential is on a circuit.

Powering the bike is a 65-degree 999cc V4 motor which produces a deeply impressive 180 horsepower @ 12,500 rpm and 85 ft-lbs of torque at 10,000 rpm. Naturally that's going to allow for some fairly ridiculous performance. Although the engine really comes into its own when pushed hard where it shows its racing pedigree. A six-speed cassette gearbox and a slipper clutch are also racing-inspired items.

Despite having a 999cc engine, the RSV4 Factory isn't a big bike. It's fine enough for most riders, but if you're a little on the tall side it might feel a little cramped.

Top shelf Ohlins forks and a rear shock are fitted as standard and offer a good balance of comfort and performance.

Build quality is also high for the Aprilia RSV4 Factory. Overall it's not the cheapest way to go stupidly fast. But at the same time it's more affordable than its Italian rival in the form of the Ducati 1198S. It offers a compelling blend of style, performance and quality in a competitivley-priced package.



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