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    Make
    Aprillia
    Model
    RSV1000 Tuono
    Year
    2006
    Capacity
    998
    Engine type
    V-Twin
    Kilometers
    46950
    Style
    Road
    Price
    $6,999
    Location
    Auckland

    2006 Aprilia RSV1000 Tuono Gen2

    Up for sale is my Tuono, one of the 2nd gen V2s. They're a fantastic ride with the Rotax engine. No ABS, no traction control, no ride modes. This was the naked superbike of its era. Comes with 2 keys, the ECU code and factory tool kit.

    As the WOF was done in January (ergo more than a month old) the bike is sold as-is, but I'll make sure it's got at least 3 months registration at point of sale. Rego has just expired this month, so currently on hold pending sale.

    Features
    - KSS Racetech front end (including gold valving treatment) and Ohlins rear shock, sprung for 110kg (work done mid to late last year)
    - Oberon clutch slave cylinder
    - Powercommander (PC3) with custom map from BRM dyno in Paeroa
    - DNA re-usable air filter
    - Aprilia Racing RSVR Factory titanium exhausts (lighter than OEM and a good sound/flow)
    - Modified side stand (the stock one is notoriously bad for holding the bike safely)
    - Crash protection fitted on sides of engine
    - Heated grips (great for winter riding or cold mornings)
    - Scottoiler
    - Radiator and oil cooler guards
    - New battery and stator
    - Fresh oil and filter, other fluids done mid last year (receipts for recent work available if you want them)
    - Michelin Road 5 fitted

    Extras included
    - Gel front seat with red trim
    - Solo seat cowl in matching paint scheme (comfort pillion seat already on)
    - OEM exhausts (Custom Chambers has cored, but too loud for my liking, one can outer sleeve has a slight kink in it)
    - Older Ohlins spring (black) that came with the bike, removed during KSS upgrade work last year
    - Original fork internals pre KSS Racetech upgrade
    - Ohlins steering damper (some parts to fit are unobtanium, so was going to make, but never got around to it)
    - Ebay cheapie front reservoirs from a previous owner (I suspected they were letting air into the lines, so went back to Aprilia parts)
    - Set of Ventura Aero luggage and suitable rack (1x Aero Spada VII and 1x Aero Delta VII). 1 section of the zip on the Spada is a bit fiddly, but still zips together etc.

    Bear in mind this is a 14 year old bike, it's not in showroom condition (price reflects that) but has all the good bits to really enjoy the ride. I still love the power delivery and sound, but it's ultimately a cramped ride for me, compared to my two other bikes.

    Unless you have a KTM Adv 1090 R (I think that's what I want next but haven't test ridden yet, this has to go first!) I'm not interested in trades (this definitely includes 4 wheeled vehicles).

    Test rides available, but usual rules about bringing cash and crashing = buying. I'll check your licence and identity. Happy to arrange transport nationwide at buyers expense.

    Bike is advertised elsewhere and may be ridden occasionally so mileage may increase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jane Omorogbe from UK MSN on the KTM990SM
    It's barking mad and if it doesn't turn you into a complete loon within half an hour of cocking a leg over the lofty 875mm seat height, I'll eat my Arai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jane Omorogbe from UK MSN on the KTM990SM
    It's barking mad and if it doesn't turn you into a complete loon within half an hour of cocking a leg over the lofty 875mm seat height, I'll eat my Arai.

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