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Aprilia RSV4-Quattro a new beginning


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Well bro.

 

Dun confuse the ease of which to sell a Ducati with better resale.

 

Sure it's easier to sell a Ducati but not without a massive loss on how much you paid for it brand new.

 

Any bike is easy to sell if u ask low enough.

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Well bro.

 

Dun confuse the ease of which to sell a Ducati with better resale.

 

Sure it's easier to sell a Ducati but not without a massive loss on how much you paid for it brand new.

 

Any bike is easy to sell if u ask low enough.

 

yes master jedi!

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any of u have changed to aftermarket rearsets???

class 2b- 100805 Wave 125,LC 125,X1 110,CG125 (Yamaha and Honda)

class 2a- 050906 CBR Hurricane 400 (Honda)

class 3- 170707 Kia Rio (KIA)

class 2- 121007 CBR1000RR 04 (Honda)

310808- CBR1000RR 08 (Honda)

241208- Proton savvy (First Car)

290610- Aprillia Rsv4R(First Italian Bike)

301210- DRZ (First Suzuki Bike)

280811-Hayabusa Gen2

100413- ZX1400 Gen2

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Ok i'll be the 2nd owner on this thread.

 

Hey bro, good to see you are having fun with your new ride. Can't say the same for me. Have to wait till end Sep earliest before i can ride your ex-italian 'wife'.

 

Anyway saw this one on sale, looks like a good deal for a 1yr old. Just in case any aspiring RSV4 owners are interested: http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=278470

Apr-08 to Feb-10 Aprilia Tuono 125

Feb-10 to May-11 Suzuki GSR 400

May-11 to Oct-11 Ducati 848

Current Triumph Street Triple R....loving it

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juz took out the bike 2 days ago bike feels great to ride minus the heat problem

class 2b- 100805 Wave 125,LC 125,X1 110,CG125 (Yamaha and Honda)

class 2a- 050906 CBR Hurricane 400 (Honda)

class 3- 170707 Kia Rio (KIA)

class 2- 121007 CBR1000RR 04 (Honda)

310808- CBR1000RR 08 (Honda)

241208- Proton savvy (First Car)

290610- Aprillia Rsv4R(First Italian Bike)

301210- DRZ (First Suzuki Bike)

280811-Hayabusa Gen2

100413- ZX1400 Gen2

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Max has done it again,double win at Misano 2010!

RSV4 showing some consistency.Great for aprilia and team.

Brno next, seems like a familiar ground for Max and his RSV4, perhaps another double win to come... stay tune to wsbk.

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any of u have changed to aftermarket rearsets???

 

Havent you tried googling? Not that difficult to find.

 

Aprilia has race rearsets available on their page as well.

 

Other aftermarkets are available too. Just need the moolah.

 

http://www.satoracing.com/rearsets_apriliaRSV4.htm

 

http://www.oppracing.com/products/6517-aprilia-rsv4-factory-2009/?price_flag=cdn

 

http://www.motovationusa.com/mvstore/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=619

ANY FOOL CAN HOLD A TIGER BY THE BALLS, BUT IT TAKES A HERO TO KEEP ON SQUEEZING. And I am that f*cking hero...

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There will now be one more RSV4 machine on the starting-grid at Brno following a last-minute decision by the Pata B&G Racing Team to switch machinery from Ducati to Aprilia.

 

Czech rider Jakub Smrz therefore will now be lining up for his home round on the proven race-winning RSV4 bike while the joint team managers Marco Borciani and Mirco Guandalini have bigger ambitions for the second half of the season.

 

"We really wanted to reach this deal," declared Borciani and Guandalini. "We are confident that as a result of this collaboration, we will be able to prepare for Smrz THE BEST MACHINE IN SUPERBIKE, if we look at the overall standings."

 

The B&G team are enthusiastic about the challenge but well-aware that the task will not be easy. "Changing will not be easy, but we are working very hard in order for us to be at our best at Brno, where we will be in three days time. I'm sure this change will be exciting for our rider too, who has been slowed down by technical issues lately and his hard work did not bear fruit".

 

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Says everything about the bike!

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Max Biaggi (Aprilia Alitalia) moved an impressive 68 points clear of his nearest challenger after two 20-lap races held in hot and steamy conditions in front of 64,000 fans at Brno. Max has now won ten races at Brno in all classes of competition, but today he had to share top billing with race one winner Jonathan Rea (Hannspree Ten Kate Honda). The British rider added to his Assen double with a virtual flag-to-flag win, to take his victory tally for 2010 to three. Biaggi could not do his usual double today but was peerless in race two, after changing his set-up between races and capitalizing when the track temperature jumped up by almost ten degrees.

 

Spain may have won the world cup but Aprilia and Biaggi are set to win the world superbike championship.

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Max handles the V4 well.love the way he slices into the corners to overtake Ruben and Jonathan at times.

 

Ruben was progressing well in the front but most unfortunate, the tires did not work for him.was there no traction or race abs assist on his machine?

Was hoping the s1000rr show some good results with much electronics in place...

 

if Max remains consistent for the rest of the races,most certainly, the rsv4 engine will sing its way till Championship 2010.

 

Sometimes i wonder if honda would ever gather the engineers for RC30 & VFR1200f in one room to come out with a honda superV4bike......just maybe.

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had a rsv4 rider in shorts with a cf pipe pass me on the ecp last sun towards the city at about 6-7pm?

 

lovely sound, just a pity with the insurance, got a quote for 3.2k compre.

 

 

madness!

Most people go through life following the crowd.

 

Others think for themselves.

 

They go their own way.

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Finally got my (legal) Akrapovic pipe on after my break-in and the sound is WICKED.

 

PURE MOTOGP.

 

Cool...does it sound something like this?

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had a rsv4 rider in shorts with a cf pipe pass me on the ecp last sun towards the city at about 6-7pm?

 

lovely sound, just a pity with the insurance, got a quote for 3.2k compre.

 

 

madness!

 

Just to make u feel better, I know someone who's paying 5k comprehensive on his 1098S.

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