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    Superbike Twin RSVMark's Avatar
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    Cool The old RSV, and the New RSV!

    This is the old blue one before I got rear ended at an intersection... 2001 RSV Mille, 47,000 miles on the clock when I sold it. Only real mods were a K&N filter, Carbon rear hugger and Aprilia RSV Titanium Race Can, PC3 & Chip





    And here is the new love affair. 2002 RSV Mille with 13,000 miles on the clock. Worked out to be around the same money to either fix the cosmetic damage on the old one, or sell it and put the money towards a newer, cleaner model. Mods include:
    Colin Edwards air intake ducts, shorter billet velocity stacks, EU Airbox restrictor removed, K&N air filter, PC3 & Chip, Aprilia SP Titanium Shotgun exhaust.












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    Baby Twin
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    nice 1 mate
    can't say keep it shiny :P
    so ill say dont fall over

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    lovely bike mate, looks in fantastic condition, may i ask what tires you got on her?

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    Very nice matey, been after one of those exhausts for mine but there quite hard to come by

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJCorsa View Post
    Very nice matey, been after one of those exhausts for mine but there quite hard to come by
    The shotguns do come up now and then,try a wanted ad on the forums.

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    Ooooh shotguns!

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    very nice.. watch out for the rubber breather hose's, they are touching your exhaust and will make a right mess when hot..

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