Aprilia RS4 125 Review- Specifications- Aprilia RS4 125 First Ride

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Aprilia RS4 125

Aprilia RS4 125 – First Ride 125cc four-… sportbike.

the past 40 years, the Italian industry has lived through wild trends while to stay ahead of the feverish of the market. Possibly the craziest of all the sporty 125cc two-strokes through the years, escalated to out more than 30 horsepower. A in legislation allowed 16- to 18-year-old to blast around on these machines, often with consequences.

The axe of the law finally came hard and chopped off anything for age class that produced than 15 hp.

Backlash was very hard, even, to the point that the class in Italy almost Aprilia (a major player in the horsepower” rage of yore) is the Italian brand to make a to the 125cc market with a four-… sportbike called the RS4 styled along the lines of its superbike .

Evidently, the RS4 is a response to the styled Yamaha YZF-R125 and KTM Duke 125. The mini is powered by a reworked variation of the dohc, four-valve Single was originally developed for the second-generation scooter. It is fed by Marelli fuel via a 32mm throttle body, and the pressed crankshaft turns on bearings.

Compressed at 12.5:1, the engine 15 hp at 10,500 rpm and 8.5 foot-pounds of torque at rpm. At 295 pounds dry, the RS4 125 is not as as the 125 two-strokes of yesteryear.

Add my 220 pounds to the equation, and performance is adequate. The torque curve is so to get the best out of the engine, the six-speed must stay very A CVT transmission (like that of the 850 GT ) would do wonders here.

claims a top speed of 75 mph, but at a test track, I saw only 63

Aprilia RS4 125

Chassis features include a aluminum twin-spar frame, inverted fork and monoshock Wheelbase measures 53.1 while rake is set at 25.0 with 3.7 inches of trail. excellent chassis provides a lot of Steering is solid, precise and stable going around sweepers at speed.

Given its the bike is naturally agile and and its 300mm single front rotor and four-piston radial-mount ensure the deceleration that use demands.

Fun on a twisty road, the RS4 also out to be a comfortable and ergonomically nice The seat is set 32.2 inches the ground, with footpegs are rationally positioned for a sporty-but-not-cramped posture. The clip-on-style handlebars are easy reach, too.

If developed a 250 or 350cc version of the it would be just about for riders of any size. In the meantime, teenagers can rejoice.

Coming to soon? We can only hope.

Aprilia RS4 125
Aprilia RS4 125
Aprilia RS4 125
Aprilia RS4 125

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