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Aprilia - RSV4

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Motorcycle 2012 release, was acquired in 2017
Aprilia RSV4
Opinion owner
-2nd owner
-Aftermarket modifications:
• Race ECU
• Shorai Lithium Battery
• AR GP2R can (slip on)
• Samco Hoses (water wetter)
• Custom fender eliminator
• Dynojet PCV (not installed yet)*
• Dynojet Secondary Fuel Module (not installed yet)*
• Dynojet Auto tune (not installed yet)*
• Dynojet toggle switch (not installed yet)*
• BMC air filter (not installed yet)*
• Lightech mirror plates
• Lightech F+R axle sliders
• Lightech chain adjuster
• Lightech chain adjuster lifter
• Lightech spool sliders
• Lightech R rear sets w/ GP shift
• Lightech preload adjusters
• CRG carbon standard brake/clutch levers
• Renthal single compound grips
• Sato Racing weighted bar ends
• Sato Racing race tie down hooks
• Competition Werks smoke integrated tail light
• SNL LED headlight conversion
• LED DRL/turn indicator switch back modification
• EK 520 chain
• Graves frame sliders
• CF R&G tank+cowl covers
• CF frame/swingarm/chain guards/panels/tank cover/side fairing/clutch/stator covers.
• I’ll update this list when I remember what was missed.

I’m discouraged of removing my fuel tank again because it was hell putting it back on the last time I removed it to install the coolant hoses. Our tanks are known to morph/deformation overtime because of the ethanol in the petrol most of us use. It took me 9 hours myself to get the bolt to screw back on and i had to exert tremendous amounts of force.
Owner: RSV408, Jan 15 2018 03:42 PM GTM
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