2017 Aprilia RSV4 RF and Tuono V4 1100 First Look Review

Aprilia RSV4 and Tuono 2017 First Look Review - Aprilia has updated its RSV4 Sportbike and Tuono V4 1100 street fighter models for 2017. They are currently Euro4 compliant and feature enhanced brakes and suspension (like cornering ABS) in addition to an upgraded Aprilia Performance Ride Control (APRC) electronics package.

The brand new APRC package of digital ignition assists includes the following:

  • ATC (Aprilia Traction Control) is flexible on the fly (without needing to discharge the controller) to 8 configurations or may be switched off with a sensible joystick, and the machine has more pleasant logic for greater performance functionality.
  • AWC (Aprilia Wheelie Control), that can be adjustable to 3 levels or could be switched off, has significantly more exact operating strategies because of this repositioning of the inertial platform. Wheelie controller can now be corrected on the fly without shutting the throttle as a result of this brand new switcher on the left handlebar.
  • ALC (Aprilia Launch Control), that will be for track usage only and contains 3 settings, is significantly more effective with new working systems.
  • AQS (Aprilia Quick Shift), an electronically controlled gearbox that allows shifting without closing the throttle and without using the clutch, now offer clutchless downshifting.
  • APL (Aprilia Pit Limiter) enables you to pick and restrict the top speed enabled in pit lane in the monitor or just to make it much easier to comply with posted speed limits on the street.
  • ACC (Aprilia Cruise Control): brand new digital management enables an innovative cruise control program, allowing the rider keep a set speed without touching the controller.

Aprilia RSV4 and Tuono 2017 First Look Review
Aprilia RSV4 RF 

2017 Aprilia RSV4 RR and RSV4 RF

Now Euro4 compliant, the performance of the RSV4’s liquid-cooled, 999.6cc, 65-degree V4, with DOHC and 4 valves per cylinder, is undiminished. It still makes 201 horsepower at 13,000 RPM and 85 lb-ft of torque at 10,500 RPM (maintained, in the fold). It's a fresh ECU, a new exhaust, a 300-RPM-higher redline, revised pistons, connecting rods and valve springs, along with the variable valve timing system was eliminated. Three brand new engine avenues--Sport, Track and Race--accommodate engine functionality to driving conditions, along with the 6-speed transmission today has a linear detector for smoother gear changes.

Suspension on the RR version is created by Sachs, using a completely adjustable shock and fork. The RF version receives the most recent creation of fully adjustable Öhlins suspension, using an NIX fork and TTX jolt. Both feature bigger 330mm front disks with top-shelf Brembo Monobloc M50 calipers, in addition to Bosch 9.1 MP cornering ABS with numerous modes. There is also a new full-color TFT instrumentation and also an upgraded version of Aprilia's V4-MP multimedia Platform.

The RSV4 RR integrates all of the digital, engine and brake updates introduced to the RSV4 RF, and it currently includes as standard equipment attributes that were formerly exclusive to the Factory variant, including magnesium outside housings, petroleum jelly and head covers and a broad selection of chassis alterations. For 2017, the RR is offered in two brand new attractive color schemes (Bucine White and Ascari Black), equally matte, on a dark and grey base with red wheels. The higher-spec RSV4 RF includes Öhlins suspension and lightweight forged aluminum forged wheels. Its devoted livery resembles the preceding "Superpole" version, but includes a distinct graphic pattern. Pricing and availability are TBD for the two RSV4 versions.

Aprilia RSV4 and Tuono 2017 First Look Review
Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 RR

2017 Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 RR and Tuono V4 1100 Factory

Like the RSV4, the Tuono V4 1100 is powered by a liquid-cooled, 65-degree V4 using DOHC and 4 valves per cylinder that's currently Euro4 compliant, but using a greater displacement of 1,077cc. Tuned for the road, it makes 175 horsepower at 11,000 RPM and 89 lb-ft of torque at 9,000 RPM (maintained, in the fold). It's a fresh ECU, a new exhaust, a 500-RPM-higher redline, revised internals, fresh engine paths (Sport, Track and Race) plus a linear detector in the 6-speed transmission. The completely adjustable steering and suspension damper around the RR is created by Sachs, while on the Factory they are created by Öhlins. Both feature bigger 330mm front discs with Brembo Monobloc M432 calipers, in addition to Bosch 9.1 MP cornering ABS with numerous modes. The Tuono additionally receives fresh, full-color TFT instrumentation as well as the upgraded V4-MP multimedia Platform.

The Tuono V4 1100 RR is offered in two color schemes, Portimao White and Assen Black, and also the Tuono V4 1100 Factory wears the particular Superpole livery. Along with the Factory's Öhlins suspension and steering damper, it's an RSV4-derived, two-up tail segment and Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa tire using a broader 200/55 rear. Pricing and availability are TBD for the two Tuono V4 1100 versions.

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