Aprilia Mana 850 2009 2010 Review

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Aprilia Mana 850 2009 2010 :
darragh howard - mana transmission February 16, 2009 10:17 AM
i have ridden a Mana for about 400 miles and the ability to downshift even when in any of the automatic modes is key. The downshifts are silky smooth (smoother than you could replicate with a clutch) and the upshifts take care of themselves and again are much more efficient than you could do yourself with a clutch. While some die-hards will think they can upshift and downshift better with a clutch, they are wrong (just sad victims of their egos). There is an interesting test I read by an Italian journo who tested the Mana and the Shiver. The Shiver has 20 more horses and he ended up lapping the Pirelli testing facility faster on the Mana at the end of the day. The Mana's transmission gives you full power when you want it ALL THE TIME. Just not possible when you're working the gears on a conventional box. Personally, I believe we'll start seeing a lot more CVTs in the motorcycle world. OK.. I think Aprilia will bring out a motorcycle version of the MP3 three wheeler and maybe mate it to a CVT..!!
Specs :
Engine: 90-degree V-Twin Displacement: 839.3cc Bore x Stroke: 88 x 69mm Max Dyno Horsepower: 54.24 hp @ 8,000rpm Max Dyno Torque: 39.43 lb-ft @ 5,700rpm Fueling: Weber Marelli EFI, with 39mm throttle body Transmission: Sportgear CVT Final Drive: Chain Front Suspension: 43mm non-adjustable 120mm travel Rear Suspension: Off-set shock, adjustable rebound and preload 125mm Front Brake: Dual 320mm disc, 4-piston radial-mount calipers Rear Brake: Single 260mm disc, single-piston caliper Front Wheel/Tire: 3.5 x 17-inch, 120/70 Rear Wheel/Tire: 6 x 17-inch, 180/55 Wheelbase: 57.5 in Seat Height: 31.4 in Weight: 516 lbs (tank full), 230 front / 278 rear Dry Weight: 491 (tank empty) Fuel Capacity: 4.2 gallons Available Colors:

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