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Old 12-01-2018, 05:48 PM   #1
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2014 Aprilia RSV4 R Like New

2014 APRILIA RSV4 R APRC ABS WITH ONLY 3540 MILES ON IT. IT IS RED AND POWERED BY A 999CC FUEL INJECTED ENGINE AND 6 SPEED TRANSMISSION.

Call or text:559-970-3577

I have $19,000 wrapped up into this Aprilia. Yeah I know we never get out of them what we put into them. Have a file with all the documents and sevice records.

$9500 or best offer.

I purchased this Aprilia new off of the showroom floor. There are no dings, dents or scratches. The bike has never been dropped.
There are several functional upgrades.
Rizoma rear sets.
Graves Frame sliders,
Carbon Fiber adjustable levers that hinge up
2016 Aprilia factory mirrors.
Light tec bar ends,
Puig Racing smoked screen,
Rear turn signals integrated into LED taillight.
Fender elimination kit installed.
New battery
New front and rear tires.
Brake fluid replacement recently performed
Comes with optional pillion seat
Comes with all original parts

Reason for selling; I just don't have the time to ride it anymore. I work in the Bay Area and the Aprilia sits in the garage with my Cobra in Fresno.
I am in my 50's and the Aprilia like all my vehicles is meticulous.

The Aprilia RSV4R 2014 is having the engine named 4-cylinder 65 V which is constructed to be well fitted on road. The frame is the nonstop successor of an era which has been very successful by winning 18 designations and 143 grand prix in the class of 250 GP and the bike has then been additionally improved by exceedingly urbanized electronic management systems to advance the working of engine and control.

It is said to be best fitted on the road giving out a very comfortable and unique riding experience. The performance measured within the engine is wonderful and is standardized. The electronic throttle of the engine permits the power to be utilized to its maximum with the least utilization of fuel. The variety of power delivery is permitted by the RbW system which is normally selected by the multi-map. Aprilia is the bike having the designation of being first the bike manufacturer, which have lodged it's extremely urbanized a PRC active control system which is, even today, the only one enduring the elite self-calibration.

The aPRC named as Aprilia Performance Ride Control is the renowned control system package that arrives straightforwardly from race winning familiarity achieved in the Superbike chain.

The aPRC consist of:

aTC stands for the Aprilia Traction Control which is use to robotically fiddle with different types of tyres, with the 8 settings that can be expediently chosen on the move from a direction control on the left handlebar without even concluding the throttle;
aWC stands for the Aprilia Wheelie Control that has three settings;
aLC stands for the Aprilia Launch Control which is used on the track only and it contain only 3 settings;
aQS stands for the Aprilia Quick Shift which is used for ultra-fast gear shifting again without even closing the throttle or with the use of clutch.

The APRC system, particularly on the Aprilia RSV4 R ABS, amalgamates with the full Ride via V4 engine management system, Wire electronic multi-map in order to meet the precise requirements of the road users and even the professional race riders. The performance of the bike offers very even power release meant for enhanced high-speed cornering but it does not castigate traction on way out of the low speed bends. Moreover the second generation APRC, the RSV4 R also takes on an extremely sophisticated ABS multi-map system that not only guarantees the greatest security on the road but even improved performance on the track.

Aprilia RSV4 R 2014 Specs:
Engine


Type Aprilia V4 longitudinal 65°, 4-strokes, liquid cooling system, twice overhead camshaft (DOHC), four valves per cylinder
Capability 999.6 cc
Max Power (at the crankshaft) 184 hp or 135,3 kWat 12.500 rpm
Max torque (at crankshaft) 86.2 lb-ft 117 Nm at 10.000 rpm
Fuel system Air box with about dynamic air intakes. 4 Weber-Marelli 48-mm throttle bodies with 8 injectors and latest generation Ride-by-Wire engine management. Choice of three different engine maps selectable by the rider with bike in motion: T (Track), S (Sport), R (Road)
Exhaust system 4 into 2 into 1 layout, single oxygen sensor, and lateral single silencer with engine control unit-controlled butterfly valve and integrated trivalent catalytic converter.

do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers
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