2010 Aprilia RSV4R Street Smackdown: Prices, Picture, Prices, Reviews and Specification

2010 Aprilia RSV4R Street Smackdown Picture 21 of 23
2010 Aprilia RSV4R Street Smackdown Picture 21 of 23
2010 Aprilia RSV4R Street Smackdown Picture 21 of 23 Everything this bike is what a bike should be. Styling - check. Engine sound - check. World Superbikes - check. Final 250cc race in Valencia - check. everyone loves this thing because its like that bike you dream about before you go to sleep at night. i cant wait to get my hands on it one day, regardless of what the magazines says i want to get THIS bike. i mean ergos and all those little problems they say would go away once you have this in your living room and not competing it with the other bikes on the street.Power wise the RSV4R’s powerband feels like a hybrid of the low-end grunt offered by the Ducati and KTM and the high-rpm power afforded by the Inline Fours. However, looking at the dyno graph clearly shows it’s alignment with the latter. The torque curve is toward the middle of the four cylinders eventually peaking at 9700 rpm with 76.81 lb-ft. This puts it back into sixth position in terms of peak torque production. Keep the throttle pinned and the engine spools up quickly but with less voracity than the ZX-10R or BMW. Initially you can feel some vibration with each power pulse at low rpm, however it fades as the revs increase. Power down low is respectable as is mid-range but when the engine hits about 10,000 revs it feels like it stalls out for a moment before coming back online in a major way. One thousand rpms later you’re back in business with motor doling out upwards of 155 horsepower until its 159.77 peak at 12,600 revs. The engine maintains peak power for another few hundred rpm before dramatically falling off right before its 13,600 redline.

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