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    Official RSV4 Specs




    Engine
    Aprilia 65° cc longitudinal V four stroke. Liquid cooled. Double overhead camshaft; four valves per cylinder.

    Bore and stroke
    78 x 52.3 mm.

    Displacement
    998.9cc

    Compression ratio
    12.8:1

    Max. power at crank
    180 HP (132 kW) at 12,500 rpm

    Max. torque at crank
    115 Nm at 10,000 rpm

    Fuel system
    Variable height intake trumpets. Airbox with aerodynamic side intakes. 4 throttle bodes, 8 injectors, ride-by-wire fuel management. Multimapping

    Ignition
    Electronic digital ignition integrated in the fuel management system.

    Exhaust
    4 into 2 into 1. Lambda probe oxygen sensor. Single lateral silencer. Integrated exhaust valve and catalytic converter. (Euro 3.)

    Lubrication
    Wet sump. Two pumps (lubrication and cooling). Oil cooler.

    Gearbox
    6 speed cassette type.

    Clutch
    Multi-plate wet clutch with slipper device.

    Frame
    Twin beam aluminium frame with mixed cast and pressed sheet sections. Adjustments for: headstock position and angle, engine height, swingarm pivot height

    Front suspension
    Öhlins 43 mm upside-down fork. Lower fork bottoms for radial calipers. Adjustment for preload, compression and rebound.

    Rear suspension
    Double arch aluminium swingarm; mixed thin-wall casting and pressed sheet construction. Öhlins monoshock with piggy-back cylinder. Adjustments for compression, rebound, spring preload and length. APS rising rate linkages.

    Front brake
    Double 320 mm lightweight stainless steel floating discs. Brembo monobloc radial calipers with 4 opposed pistons. Sintered pads. Radial master cylinder. Metal braided brake line.

    Rear brake
    220 mm disc. Brembo floating caliper with 2 insulated pistons. Sintered pads. Master cylinder with integral reservoir. Metal braided brake line.

    Wheels
    Forged aluminium alloy. Front: 3.5"x17" - Rear: 6"x17".

    Tyres
    Radial tubeless; 120/70 ZR 17 (front) and 190/55 ZR 17 (rear).

    Overall length:
    2,050 mm

    Overall width:
    715 mm (at handlebars)

    Overall height:
    1,165 mm

    Wheelbase:
    1,424 mm

    Dry weight
    179 Kg.

    Fuel tank
    17 litres.

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    nice specs brother, but she is still a little heavy at 394 pounds dry, a few more wet!

    but i aint bitching i would take one in a heart beat.

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    Oh yeah, I would like one of each!
    The Black and red Factory road version looks mighty good.

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    I read somewhere that it is lighter than the new blade? Or am I miss informed?

    Any more news on a release date? They have to sell a few before Feb don't they to qualify for the WSB?

    Anyone thinking of getting one?

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    alreet lads not been following this little pearler much but i was wondering has it followed suit with the Japs with its size as in got bloody tiny?

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    pointer rsv
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    wheres the wife going to sit looks like she have to stay at home

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    Apparently they supply velcro pads to attatch her arse to the pad between the wings... Surprised that wasn't in the very comprehensive spec sheet above.

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    Thumbs up

    That is a heavy dry weight, WTF it looks fantastic. There has been nothing in the last couple of years to tempt me away from my K6 untill i seen this. The japs have made some big mistakes with there designs for 2009 [ugly] Aprilia will benifit from this.

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    i have some pictures from intermot which show the bike better. my friend who took them said it's physically still bigger than the jap bikes and not too bad for taller riders.

    i'll post them up later

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    thats good news Spoonz

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    Intermot pics








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