The latest 2018 Aprilia RSV4 RF Factory Works which will be available sometime next year will come with some MotoGP tech, particularly winglets.
Powered by a 999.6cc V4, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine, this particular RSV4 RF Factory Works produces 215hp thanks to new pistons, heads, ECU and full-racing exhaust.
Almost 10kg of extra weight has been shaved thanks to a brand new lithium-ion battery, fuel tank, exhaust and a few other carbon and aluminium parts.
It’s all a matter of time before the latest MotoGP technology drips down the manufacturer’s production bike and looks like Aprilia is the first one to deliver the opening uppercut. From their Aprilia RS-GP race machine to the 250hp RSV4 R FW-GP, they will now offer the 2018 Aprilia RSV4 RF Factory Works fitted with winglets. YES, WINGLETS.
Powered by a 999.6cc V4, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine, this particular RSV4 with the Factory Works Kit punches out a hefty 215hp to any track or race enthusiasts looking for that extra edge. Those who are asking about the winglets, they are indeed race legal. Imagine showing up to the circuit with one these babies.
Dubbed “aerodynamic appendages”, it is obviously develop by Aprilia’s MotoGP effort for the past couple of years, you too acquire the same levels of aerodynamics and downforce found in the one of the highest levels of motorcycle racing.
Their latest RSV4 racing kit conjured up by the Aprilia Factory Works program has also fitted the 2018 bike with new pistons, heads, control unit and a brand new full-racing exhaust which explains the increased horsepower to 215hp.
If you opt for the race package, it’ll come with a strict weight loss regiment where almost 10kg of weight are stripped out thanks to a brand new lithium-ion battery, fuel tank, exhaust and a few other carbon and aluminium parts found all over the bike.
Good bike? Indeed. Price? Should be super expensive. Should you get one if you have the money? ABSOLUTELY.
To check out the latest 2017 Aprilia RSV4 RF launched just last month here in Malaysia, CLICK HERE.