Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Yo. Clear that this new RS4, it plays it cool and racing but cash. This is the 125, the real one, the RSV4 Replica. And we are not exaggerating. Aprilia’s sporty 125 is a true clone of the world champion Superbike machine. Headlights, fairing, rear mini-folding seat and shortened end, tank and airbox cover, inverted fork…. It is the same. A grindstone that all youngsters will want to have; and not only them.

Compared to the RS 125, whose heart has changed dramatically, this is a whole different generation. And watch out for the shock, the 2-stroke dapetes are shaken by it. The venerable RS 125 firmly defended the bastion of 2-stroke competition, with a severe wattage engine and insane performance, to your liking a 500. Today, the RS4 is cleaner, consumes less, requires less fuel. maintenance, and is displayed at a less toxic price. Where is the wolf? In the engine. No more ringlinglin, smoke and the tearing of vocals. There now lives a modern block with injection, double ACT and 4 valves. What? That means… .. Aprilia’s new generation 125 sports car is powered by a 4 stroke engine. Economy and environment gain from it, and the talent of the group’s engine manufacturers should make it fun to use. But no more phew performances. Like any 4-stroke of this engine capacity, we are only entitled to the legal maximum, ie 15 horses. It’s hard to admit that the most virulent ex-125 on the market (with the Cagiva Mito) gives way to a bike that is twice less powerful. Console yourself: the mechanics claim to be much more available than most mills in the segment, with minimal vibrations and reliability to match..

But don’t worry, you can get the most out of your nags with the chassis underneath. First, an aluminum perimeter frame with side members incorporating reinforcing ribs. A 41mm fork in the pognes, inverted for rigidity, red anodized for the look. Braking is at the top of that of the 125: a radial caliper with 4 pistons on a disc of 300 mm in diameter. The racing spirit is present everywhere, with an asymmetric swingarm, an exhaust well hidden below to lower the center of gravity and clear the rear, and digital instrumentation modeled on that of the hypersport V4. With tires barely wider than an iPhone (*), the machine will spin from one turn to another with the speed of a beep pursued by a coyote.
Once on the crutch, the hard part remains to be done: refuse invitations to arsouille offered by owners of R1, CBR and other hypersports; because more than one would swear to have an RSV4 1000 in front of them.

* Lengthwise, the iPhone. It’s not bike wheels, either….

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    Performances

    Max speed:
    about 130 km / h

The technical aspect

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

  • Frame
  • Tank: 14.5 liters
  • Width: 740 mm
  • Height: 1138 mm
  • Wheelbase: 1350 mm
  • Train before

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

  • Transmission
  • Secondary chain transmission
  • Rear axle
  • Engine
  • 124.80 cc
    (58 x 47 mm)
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exhaust
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filtration
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Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

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Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

Aprilia RS4 125 2011

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