WSBK Phillip Island: Laverty, Suzuki almost steal the show Sport Rider

Rubric: Aprilia | 19 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on WSBK Phillip Island: Laverty, Suzuki almost steal the show Sport Rider
WSBK Phillip Island: Laverty, Suzuki almost steal the show Sport Rider

WSBK Phillip Island: Laverty, Suzuki almost steal the show 146-1402-+world-superbike-phillip-island+1.jpg For better and for worse, Eugene Laverty was the protagonist in the WSBK season opener in Phillip Island . In Race 1, the Suzuki rider stole the show with a spectacular comeback from seventh position to interrupt a win-less streak of 94 races for the Japanese constructor (the last win for the GSX-R dated back to 2010, in Kyalami, South Africa) and win back-to- back races on the different bikes (after switching from Aprilia). In Race 2, his engine blew up with seven laps to go while he was fighting at the top against polesitter Sylvain Guintoli (Aprilia) and Loris Baz (Kawasaki), prompting ...

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Aprilia RX 50 and SX 50, small but big

Rubric: Aprilia | 4 May 2015 | Comments Off on Aprilia RX 50 and SX 50, small but big
Aprilia RX 50 and SX 50, small but big

Aprilia RX 50 and SX 50, small but big Inspired by the innovative twin-cylinder offroad SXV and RXV, we present the new Aprilia RX 50 and SX 50: two 50cc bikes dedicated to young riders who want the best in technology. The RX and SX 50 are an enduro and a motard (respectively), equipped with latest generation engines and options to scare off bikes with a higher capacity. The small 50 cc motor can be deceiving: but the RX and SX are real engines, at ease in the trip from house to school, as in harder circuits. The spiky lines derive from what we’ve already seen on the bigger RXV and SXV versions. The new chassis is light and resistant and creates a direct line between the steering and ...

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Aprilia RX/SX 50 brought to you by MadaboutMotorcycles

Rubric: Aprilia | 9 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Aprilia RX/SX 50 brought to you by MadaboutMotorcycles
Aprilia RX/SX 50 brought to you by MadaboutMotorcycles

Aprilia RX/SX 50 Aprilia RX50, Aprilia MX50, Aprilia SX125 The 2006 Aprilia RX/SX 50 is a street/off-road motorcycle widely produced by Aprilia. It is powered by a six-speed, carburetor-fuelled, nikasil-lined and cast iron single-cylinder two-stroke engine manufactured by Derbi/Piaggio. Styling and concept The 2006 Aprilia RX/SX 50s are the renovated predecessors of the Aprilia RX 50 first produced in 1992; the panels and layout are based closely on the bigger displacement Aprilia RXV/SXVs. Engine The engine in the Aprilia SX 50 is sourced from Derbi/Piaggio (D50B0/D50B1). This engine is used in the Derbi Senda DRD/X-Race/X-Treme supermotos and crossers, as well as the 2006 onwards Derbi ...

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2006 Aprilia RX 50 Racing

Rubric: Aprilia | 2 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on 2006 Aprilia RX 50 Racing
2006 Aprilia RX 50 Racing

2006 Aprilia RX 50 Racing The name – Racing – alone gives the idea. The RX 50 offers the best performances in all-terrain riding. A real competition enduro, compact, aggressive, light, with a brilliant and ecologic engine and quality components. Thanks to winning chassis and to the many compact and technically evolved details the aesthetic of the motorbike has an aggressive flavour. The suspensions count on an excellent travel, the design is sporty and modern. A little- big motorbike able to deal with no problems with the most difficult routes. A dedicated machine sharing all of Aprilia’s high technology features. It’s an RX raised to the nth degree, designed with ...

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Project Grey Mustang 5.0: Part 4 – Improving Drivability and Reliability

Rubric: Aprilia | 24 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Project Grey Mustang 5.0: Part 4 – Improving Drivability and Reliability
Project Grey Mustang 5.0: Part 4 – Improving Drivability and Reliability

Project Grey Mustang 5.0: Part 4 – Improving Drivability and Reliability Dusty Duster posted on March 02, 2014 13:31 Project Grey Mustang 5.0: Part 4 – Improving Drivability and Reliability by Vince Illi The Grey Project Mustang 5.0 is still alive and kicking. Over the past year, it’s had a lot of little things done to it to improve drivability and reliability. Read more about the Grey Project Mustang 5.0 here! The Mustang drove and handled great with the suspension mods performed to it, at least for the most part. The only “problem” was throttle response. On most newer engines, including the Coyote 5.0L found in Project Mustang, the throttle is not connected ...

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