2016 Aprilia RSV4 RF Price and Dyno Test

The estimation of the retail price of the 2016 Aprilia RSV4 RF series will be $21,999, and recently, this bike has undergone several Dyno Tests from Misano in Italy. Based on the Dyno test –the engine can heat up and deliver 175.2 horsepower at 13,500 RPM. The torque section has the capability of 76.2 lb-ft at 10,300 RPM, and compared with the previous model –this new series has 20 HP higher than the past model’s capability. In terms of the engineering, this bike has new updates to the crankshaft. The reason why this motorcycle will please every rider is that there will be innovation for the engine map, resulting in a smoother and not too aggressive engine for delivering the power. Another advantage is the bike delivers the best response from the throttle as well as the linear in all rev ranges.

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Besides the performance section where the 2016 Aprilia RSV4 RF will thrive – there are also new electronic devices that Aprilia will include for the global market. One of the best features is APRC, which stands for Aprilia Performance Ride Control, and this tech has received reliable acknowledgements. However, Aprilia engineers still maintain the existence of the past device in this new series, including wheel control and 8-way adjustable traction. Recently, some news includes the statement that this bike will have three level launch controls. The appearance of Apple in the technology is inevitable, and the integration appears in this future series. This motorcycle will have the seamless synchronization with iPhone devices in real time.

The engineering section that the 2016 Aprilia RSV4 RF has in its unique body is DOHC 65 degree, and V4 with 4-valves per cylinder. The ignition will use the Magnet Marelli digital electronic ignition system that has synchronization with the engine control system. Additionally, this bike will benefit from the stick-oil type coils with one spark plug per cylinder. Meanwhile, the alternator interface will get Flywheel-Mounted 450 W that combines with rare earth magnets. (via Paultan)

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