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Aprilia RSV4 R

2011 RSV 4 R

2011 Aprilia R

The 2011 Aprilia RSV4 is probably the most technologically production sports bike with the introduction of the Aprilia Control System (APRC). is the most high-tech traction system ever seen on a bike, using an inertial platform with two gyro and two accelerometers to detect any changes in the conditions of the bike, like or slid.

The information is used by the ECU to the engine’s performance accordingly by certain electronically controlled bodies and the ignition curve. the bike’s APRC system is able to learn to use different tires fitted by calculating final gear ratio and

In simple words, the 2011 RSV4 APRC offers a amount of fine-tuning from the The system also includes and launch control systems adjustments, and three engine modes too. In fact, the can be overwhelming at first. Despite the of the bike’s technology, there are flaws that impact the of the electronics.

One of them is the fly-by-wire throttle It lacks the feedback present using a conventional throttle and it can be a too sensitive. Even the smallest movements have a big impact on the delivery, which makes performance difficult to achieve driving around the city.

It also makes slow around turns and tight difficult because the bike power abruptly and quickly.

Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R

problem with the 2011 RSV4 APRC is the clutch-less system. If the revs are high and the is fully twisted back, the works really well. it tends to be a problem in every situation. There is a cut in power goes unnoticed at higher but tends to be too long and too big to go smoothly in revs.

It also tends to upset the balance, which becomes a when cornering and deciding to to another gear. Nevertheless, the is not as bad as that in the Ducati 1198 but not as as the BMW S1000RRR. Apart from the system, the 2011 Aprilia offers quite a bit of power its V-Twin four-cylinder engine.

delivery from the compact feels great and almost It lacks the acceleration of the inline engines used in Japanese but it does have lots of torque that makes it to pull through a tight harder. The exhaust note in is amazing, and the suspension system most road imperfections but the ride when it moves the ….

The bike shines more the traction control and suspension exiting corners.

Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R

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