New 2011 APRILIA RSV4 APRC SE PRICE AND SPECIFICATION

New 2011 APRILIA RSV4 APRC SE PRICE AND SPECIFICATION



The RSV4 has three different APW (Aprilia Wheelie Control) and APL (Aprilia Launch Control) modes as well, while the new Special Edition machine also gets a quick-shifter as standard to allow for full-throttle up-shifts with a simple dab of the left foot. The RSV 4 Factory is an amazing machine, and the APRC SE has even more for the "alone on the track" street rider, except for color. more and more top of the line, power house liter bikes, available for sale to the public only come in one color scheme. To me having another end of the spectrum option would be awesome, becasue if I plan on spending 26k on a bike, I should be able to get it in the color I want, or at least close to it; etting it repainted after purchase seems like abuse, and I really do like the idea of a white cholor scheme. Hopefully Aprilia will hear and offer another option, but I won't hold my breathA first for a production sportbike of any kind, the launch control system allows the rider to essentially pin the throttle and let out the clutch with haste while the engine management controls the rest with the aim of getting the best possible launch. The system is “armed” when the rider squeezes both traction control buttons on the left handlebar when at a complete stop and it features three different settings that, like the rest of the bike's systems, can be adjusted independently each other. This technology has only been seen on top-level racebikes for the past few years, so to have it available on a street-legal production machine this quickly is quite remarkable.

New 2011 APRILIA RSV4 APRC SE PRICE AND SPECIFICATION
Pricing and availability have yet to be announced, though we expect it to be a few thousand more than the current RSV4 Factory, which retails for $26,599. Check back for updates as we will post additional details as soon as they become available

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