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03-28-2005 09:38 AM
Mojo Not just Aprilia... Try to buy a new 400ish CC streetbike in the states at all.
03-27-2005 05:52 PM
jeeps84
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Originally Posted by Mojo
Excellent!! It's about time we had some small displacement sportbikes available again!
Aprilia has had a hole in there cc line up for a while.
03-27-2005 04:26 PM
ShanMan14
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Originally Posted by cerveja
I'm sorry, but I was at the dealership today, Aprilia still makes a sweet bike. Too pricey for my blood, but one good looking bike though.

I agree...
03-27-2005 01:25 PM
ScottSellersUNR You wont find amny that dont think Aprilia is one of the most beautiful bikes.

If i could affrod it id get one....wouildnt be the best all around bike but to cruise on it would get more @$$ then most bikes.
03-26-2005 11:33 PM
cerveja I'm sorry, but I was at the dealership today, Aprilia still makes a sweet bike. Too pricey for my blood, but one good looking bike though.
03-24-2005 09:13 PM
bulldog
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Originally Posted by Mojo
I'd be willing to bet two dollars that the suspension will be light years beyond the SV's....
just two dollars lol
03-24-2005 11:01 AM
twisty
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Originally Posted by Mojo
I'd be willing to bet two dollars that the suspension will be light years beyond the SV's....

I say 8-9K and it will handle like a dream...
03-24-2005 09:46 AM
Mojo
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Originally Posted by bulldog
hey it says its on par with sv650
I'd be willing to bet two dollars that the suspension will be light years beyond the SV's....
03-02-2005 06:48 PM
bulldog
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Originally Posted by JK_DILLA
...even if its not a suzuki?!
hey it says its on par with sv650
03-02-2005 03:35 PM
ScottSellersUNR if its light enough it may be a great bike
03-02-2005 03:05 PM
DAN DUBEAU That engine looks like you could fit it in your back pocket

Nice bike though
03-02-2005 01:13 PM
Mojo Excellent!! It's about time we had some small displacement sportbikes available again!
02-12-2005 06:15 PM
JK_DILLA Its says aprilia designed and built this motor in house, is this the only non-rotax aprilia motor?
02-12-2005 11:32 AM
ScottSellersUNR
An Aprilia i can afford

What your guesses on Price?

I'm gonna say 7K$.....And for that price not sure i would buy it, but if itll do 130 and get 50MPG and have a tour range of 250miles, id have to consider it.... if i can ride it far enough to get to some great twisity roads it woud be a BLAST there.
02-10-2005 01:23 PM
GSXR1000DJ
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Originally Posted by twisty
That thing is sweet!!! Im in love all over again.

I'm telling Pippi. I know what you mean Twisty, it is a sweet looking bike.
02-10-2005 10:57 AM
twisty Aprilia is like a fine wine.
02-10-2005 10:39 AM
JK_DILLA
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Originally Posted by twisty
That thing is sweet!!! Im in love all over again.
...even if its not a suzuki?!
02-09-2005 10:59 AM
twisty That thing is sweet!!! Im in love all over again.
02-09-2005 10:31 AM
JK_DILLA The motor sure is pretty
02-08-2005 07:22 PM
GSXR1000DJ This is what I found.
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