Complete PDF version of the Service Manual for the Aprilia RSV4 R. A MUST for every RSV4 R owner.
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OEM Original factory workshop manual.
Models covered by this manual: 2005 to 2012
Number of pages: 475 pages
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Aprilia RSV4 R
The Aprilia RSV4 is a motorcycle sport road motorcycle Italian Aprilia and in production since 2009.
Presented in two versions: the R suitable for road use, and the Factory from which the bike participating in the Superbike World Championship , with a higher cost and with competition specifications.
The market segment is maximoto, thus placing itself as the flagship vehicle of the Venetian company and replacing the Aprilia RSV 1000.
The first four-stroke high-displacement sports bike of the Aprilia was the RSV 1000, this vehicle was for a long time the top model among those conceived by the Noale house, obtaining decent results in the Superbike world championship of the early 2000s.
In 2003 prototype was presented RS Cube , destined to compete in the new MotoGP, with cutting-edge technical solutions and hitherto never used on a motorcycle, but the innovations introduced were not enough to compete with the best brands, so that the bike was soon withdrawn from competitions.
From 2005 onwards, however, Aprilia decided to restart research and development on a high-powered vehicle, the result (in 2009) the RSV4, initially conceived to race in the SBK world championship. The result was a 180 HP superbike for a dry weight of only 179 kg capable of generating 115 Nm of torque, which made it a benchmark for the sector and one of the favorite sports bikes among track day. Gas from the start ride-by-wire the traction and wheelie controls only arrived in 2011, included in the APRC package.
Much of the credit is due to the Piaggio Group, which controls the Venetian company, and which invested € 25 million in the project for 3 and a half years, and technicians such as the engineer Claudio Lombardi , known for having given the birthplace of the Lancia Delta world rally champions in the 1980s and 1990s engines Ferrari of Formula 1 in the early 1990s.
The fulcrum was in fact the engine, since previously, those mounted on the Noale superbikes were supplied by the Austrian company Rotax, while that of the RSV4 is completely Italian.