2013 Aprilia RSV4 R APRC ABS Moto International

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Aprilia RSV4 R

Available colors: Matte -or- Sunlit Yellow

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Our Take on the RSV4:

been an amazing evolution of to arrive here.

First it was 750 against 1000 twins, Ducatis coming out on top more than not. In fact, were so successful that emulated them: Suzuki the TL1000R, Honda’s RC51, and Aprilia with the revolutionary RSV

Suzuki Honda copied right down to the 90º But the resulting engine is long and the center is too far back. Aprilia was an advocate of designing engines weight location in mind.

Yamaha introduced the R1 with its transmission to optimize the inline then Aprilia came out their 60º twin to be compact with more forward. And the RSVs were smoother than 90º because of their dual Plus, like the Japanese fours, the RSV had a modern plain crank, a wet slipper clutch, and double-overhead cams driving 4 per cylinder with shim-under-bucket almost never needed

But then things changed. Superbike went to 1000cc and 1200 twins. This was news for Ducati, as their could be enlarged; the more Aprilia could not. So needed a new engine. But what to

Aprilia wasn’t too enamored inline fours, as their 5 bearings cause a lot of internal and their long cranks a centrifugal force that turning the bike. As for twins, certainly seemed to have an at the old displacement but it’s a lot harder to one breathe when 20% bigger. And there was the issue of wanting to be right out of the box.

For that, Aprilia wanted to something that could use of their previous success, than going in a new direction didn’t relate.

It was decided to a 65º V4. This engine be a powerful four but with its positioned very much the RSV twin. But better yet, hardly wider, and shorter the engine’s weight would be closer to the bike’s roll for easier steering.

And so the RSV4 in Europe in 2009 and in the US in 2010, the being the same year it won the rider’s and manufacturer’s world in Superbike. It also won the hearts of riders and magazine testers. the new BMW made more horsepower (It was 1 year later after WSB a more radical bore-… but most found the Aprilia to ride fast. And this was the brunt of the electronic revolution along.

These early V4s won accolades by their intuitive between the rider’s brain, wrist, and the rear tire’s patch.

In 2011 Aprilia electronics: traction control to acceleration from overwhelming exiting a corner, launch to maximize acceleration at the drop of a flag, wheelie control to the amount the front wheel is to loft, and a quick shifter to the need to clutch and roll off the under race conditions. Oh, and in Aprilia added another and manufacturer’s world championship in

So while manufacturers formerly controllability by using twin engines or cross-plane crankshafts, we are now in the age of But they don’t replace the a compact V4 hold over an engine.

The RSV4s have fuel injection for fast that’s switchable through 3 And this is no Italian nightmare for It’s water cooled and the overhead cams per cylinder are driven by chains with tensioners. There are no fragile that require frequent and manual adjustment.

The valves are supposed to be checked for every 12,000 miles, but hardly seems necessary, as never seen a valve out of on an Aprilia V4 engine. The oil filter are to be renewed every 6,000 in normal use.

The factory is two years with unlimited There was a famous recall in of some early engines the company making the connecting didn’t make them We’ve never seen a with them, as Aprilia was and replaced the affected engines.

in 2013 came some improvements. The gas tank got bigger and a shape. Engine internals revised to cause less and thus a little more Adjustable ABS was added to minimize under braking. The engine was in the frame to make the bike stable under hard

But probably most stellar was a the MSRP was reduced $2000!

that for performance.

Engine: longitudinal 65 V-4 cylinder, 4-…, cooling system, double camshafts (DOHC), four per cylinder

Bore x Stroke: 78 x

Total displacement: 999.6 cc

ratio: 13:1

Maximum at the crank: 180 HP (132.4 kW) at 12,250 rpm

torque at the crank: 115 Nm/84.8 at 10,000 rpm

Fuel system: with front dynamic air 4 Weber-Marelli 48mm throttle with 8 injectors and latest Ride-by-Wire engine management. of three different engine selectable by the rider with in motion: T (Track), S (Sport), R

Ignition: Magneti Marelli electronic ignition system in engine control system, one spark plug per cylinder and coils

Starter: Electric

4 into 2 into 1 layout, oxygen sensor, lateral silencer with engine unit-controlled butterfly valve and trivalent catalytic converter 3)

Generator: Flywheel mounted alternator with rare magnets

Lubrication: Wet sump lubrication with oil radiator and two oil pumps and cooling)

Gear box: cassette type gearbox 39/15 (2.6) 2nd: (2,063) 3rd: 34/20 4th: 32/22 (1,455) 34/26 (1,308) 6th: (1,222)

Clutch: Multiplate wet with mechanical slipper

Primary drive: Straight cut and integrated flexible coupling, ratio: 73/44 (1,659)

drive: Chain: Drive 40/16 (2.5) or 42/16

Frame: Aluminium dual chassis with pressed and sheet elements. Sachs damper

Front suspension: upside-down Racing fork, 43mm stanchions with Tin treatment. Low profile forged radial calliper mountings. adjustable spring preload and compression and rebound damping. travel: 120mm

Rear Double braced aluminium mixed low thickness and sheet technology. Sachs mono-shock adjustable in: spring preload and compression and rebound damping. APS linkage. Wheel travel:

Brakes: Front: Dual diameter floating stainless disc with lightweight steel rotor and aluminium with 6 pins. Brembo radial callipers with 4 34mm opposite. Sintered Radial pump and metal brake hose Rear: diameter disc; Brembo with two Ø 32mm pistons.

Sintered pads. with integrated tank and braided hose

Wheels: 3 spokes in aluminium alloy. 3.5” X 17” Rear: X 17”

Tires: Radial Front: 120/70 ZR 17 Rear: ZR 17 (alternative: 190/50 ZR 17; 190/55 ZR 17)

Max. length: 2040mm/80.3in.

width: 735mm/28.9in. (at the handlebar)

height: 1120mm/44.1in.

Aprilia RSV4 R


Steering angle: 24.5

Dry 184kg/405.6lbs

Fuel tank 17 liters/4.5 gallons (4-liter/1.05 reserve included)

The new frontier in

The new Aprilia RSV4 R ABS and Factory ABS the cutting-edge of modern technology and the objective of perfecting what was top of the line in the previous versions, and appreciated by bikers and riders all the world, not only because of frame and chassis qualities, but thanks to the advanced dynamic systems adopted. APRC Performance Ride Control) is the known dynamic control derived directly from the technology in world Superbike, the complete and refined of those available on the market.

On the new RSV4 R ABS and Factory ABS MY 2013 the APRC system has been developed and refined in order to even better to the specific of enthusiasts on the street and professional on the track. Now the behaviour of the system is more uniform, guaranteeing a level of support in turns and speed without penalising coming out of slow turns.

The new system, standard equipment on the RSV4 R and Factory ABS MY 2013

— ATC: Aprilia Control, the traction control that can be adjusted on the fly, closing the throttle, to 8 levels to a practical joystick on the left gains even higher and refined operating logic;

AWC: Aprilia Wheelie which can be adjusted to three has been recalibrated for better — ALC: Aprilia Control, for use on the track only, 3 settings;

— AQS: Quick Shift, a system for fast gear changes shutting the throttle and using the

The new APRC system integrates better with the electronic Ride by Wire multimap of the powerful V4 engine.

In addition to the generation APRC system, the MY 2013 RSV4 versions standard with highly ABS, the antilock braking designed and developed to guarantee not maximum safety on the road, but the best performance on the track. worked in close cooperation Bosch to define the best of the ABS 9MP unit, which represents the in refinement and technology currently The system, weighing in at just 2 kg, can be and adjusted to 3 different levels by accessing the sophisticated instrumentation menu:

— Level 1 Track: to the track (but also for street use), it acts on wheels and guarantees maximum performance, even in the most braking situations at any speed. setting takes nothing from the pleasure and performance of the envelope”.

— Level 2 dedicated to sport riding on the it works on both wheels and is with an advanced tip over (RLM — Rear Mitigation) which has progressive based on the vehicle speed.

Level 3 Rain: dedicated to on surfaces with poor it acts on both wheels and is with the advanced tip over

Each of these 3 ABS mappings can be with any of the 3 engine maps Sport, Road), in order to riders with different and skill levels to find the possible combination for their

In their details, the 2013 in the new Aprilia RSV4 range can be by the different front mudguard (only the R version), a brand new for the headlight assembly and the new exhaust bottom.

The most evident change has to do with the new fuel which has been modified not to facilitate placement of the ABS control but also to increase riding and to improve rider ergonomics: in the total capacity went 17 to 18.5 litres, while the panels introduce lines increase the rider’s feeling braking and in turns. This was borrowed directly from the RSV4 used in the World championship.

For the R version new graphics are an aggressive matt black enhances its technical nature.

chassis and engine performance

the goal of improving the already deceleration capacity of the RSV4, the new RSV4 R ABS and Factory ABS models a brand new front braking which is dressed up with Brembo M430 radial monoblock callipers and the new radial cylinder on the handlebar.

The rear brake calliper was with a more advanced and efficient one, perfecting the with the new front brake. In the phase, as delicate as it is important, weight distribution is fundamental: for purpose the RSV4 ABS engine from different positioning the frame.

The possibility of adjusting the of the engine within the frame is a which is usually reserved for bikes and which sets the apart from all the other in the segment. This, together a different adjustment of the swingarm guarantees greater stability and of the bike in more intense situations; at the same time, it the height of the saddle off the ground to be to 840 mm, to the advantage of riders of all sizes.

The derivation of the Aprilia RSV4 R ABS and ABS models from the racing can be clearly seen in the engine the first high performance production narrow V4 in the world, the revolutionary and powerful engine built by Aprilia. This is an which is made unique and thanks to the use of “total” electronics, to its record light weight and compact size.

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


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