Aprilia Tuono V4R APRC vs. Ducati Streetfighter S Brute Force! — Motorcyclist…

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Aprilia Tuono V4R APRC

Aprilia Tuono V4R APRC vs. Streetfighter S | Brute Force!

The S rolls on Marchesini wheels by Öhlins suspension. Looking for less spendy? The Streetfighter 848 for $12,995.

Aprilia’s RSV4R costs $16K, making the Tuono the most affordable way to Aprilia’s incredible V4. The electronics let you the bike to suit your

The Streetfighter S rolls on Marchesini supported by Öhlins suspension. for

The Aprilia Tuono V4R and Ducati S epitomize road-going aggression. pair of Italian machines is powerful and entirely unapologetic; to exhilarate and impress—and even you a little bit! These give away nothing to fully faired superbike in terms of handling.

In fact, the upright riding and altered chassis yield control on tight roads and comfort around town. The two are by just $4000, 35 lbs. and 10 but one of them is bound to do a better job of the thrill of an upright repli-racer the manners necessary to function in society.

The Streetfighter’s chiseled tank and leave no doubt as to this origins. It’s rooted in the Superbike, and uses the same 90-degree V-twin engine into a frame with a swingarm and slacker steering Different intake and exhaust reduce peak output to 135 bhp at rpm, but the Streetfighter retains the omnipresent torque and linear delivery.

Aprilia Tuono V4R APRC

Press the starter and the big twin cranks over before firing. The dry clutch is behind a magnesium cover, but its is still audible and mixes the loping exhaust note and din to create a compelling cacophony of The “S” suffix following the Streetfighter’s means carbon-fiber where would ordinarily do, eight-level control and, most Öhlins suspension holding forged-aluminum Marchesini wheels.

Dab the starter and the Tuono V4R’s V4 fires quickly, the tachometer as the ECU automatically blips the ride-by-wire Tuono means “thunder” in and while that name have better suited the Mille-based V-twin, the current V4 makes itself known a raspy bark overlaying a booming bass line.

Updating the decade-old Tuono as simple as stripping the bodywork Aprilia’s RSV4 superbike; the chassis and riding position all altered to tailor the bike to the The 65-degree V4 produces 145 bhp at 11,800 That’s 7 bhp down on the world-beating but this engine has been for more midrange power revised valve timing and velocity stacks.

Performance is enhanced with a flywheel and shortened gear in first through third. also lowered the swingarm and the engine position to bring the of gravity closer to the ground. the RSV4R APRC, the Tuono equipped with the Aprilia Ride Control electronics that includes eight-level control, variable power a quick-shifter, wheelie control and control.

Aprilia Tuono V4R APRC
Aprilia Tuono V4R APRC
Aprilia Tuono V4R APRC
Aprilia Tuono V4R APRC
Aprilia Tuono V4R APRC
Aprilia Tuono V4R APRC

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