You really need good wrists to open the throttle and get the four-valve, four-stroke Aprilia RS4 125 in India started to give the desired engine optimization and to cope up with the momentum. The Aprilia RS4 125 in India needs to be accelerated and kept above a steady rpm of about 8000 compared to the other 125s. Brisk acceleration at 40 mph is needed in order to level off. Aprilia RS4 125 price in India would be approximately around Rs. 3,04,500 to 3,09,000. The fact that there are cheaper 125s, the pricing sounds a bit alarming, but there is none that can match the features Aprilia has.
The light weight of the Aprilia RS4 125 compared to other 125s makes the handling feel exceptional. The artistry in trying to bend from right to left or vice versa at any point while handling a corner is less and is done by just a slight push of the handlebar. The entry level bike as is the Aprilia RS4 125 is were shod with Pirelli SC1s and made the handling quite brilliant.
The Aprilia RS4 125 in India comes with a standard fitment consisting of radial brakes, maximum speed function and braided hoses & braced swing arm. A quickshifter is another accessory, which would be available. The bike’s working mode is optimized with gear changes before the 11,000 rev limiter and would often give a clumsy gear sound change when changed anywhere else. With the quickshifter accessory, it would give the riders a chance to show their fellow mates what they are really on.
Reliability issues of the new Aprilia four-stroke 125cc engine should not be much of a concern than the prior two-stroke engines. These bikes were tested at varied temperatures and hardly missed a beat when the throttle was opened up.
Super bike championships are dominated by RS4 50 and RS4 125 with Max Biaggi one of the prolific ex-MotoGP rider and super bike champion who enjoyed successful seasons with Aprilia. The factory version of the Aprilia RSV4 super bike often reflects the making of the flashy Aprilia RS4. Tank designs, front end looks, suspended headlights and the magnificent tail fairing all taken into account make the design quite brilliant and sets new standards regarding styling and the technical aspects in the super bike sector. Surface areas are minimized with repeated aerodynamic researches by not compromising the wind protection, and the mechanical add-ons to the bike are further highlighted by the fairings. The engine and the frame are not hidden or concealed, but boasts the design of the Aprilia and constitute as a primary technological feature. The look is quite manipulative in the minds of fast-riding teenagers with triple headlights, which descend down into the entire front end. The LED taillight has this character that shows sleek design and lighting is sufficient enough for a rider’s satisfaction. Anyone looking at the Aprilia from behind is pretty sure what bike the eyes are gazed upon !
Aerodynamics is a process of relentless testing of the bikes under harsh conditions and the race experiences Team Aprilia has. This makes the bike more efficient and optimization in terms of bike handling and performance under different speeds is controlled desirably well.
The Aprilia RS4 125 is powered by a single cylinder liquid-cooled 125 cc 4-stroke with four valves and electronic engine along with a advanced double overhead camshaft (DOHC) valve timing system. The bike has all what one needs considering its unique styling mostly in the super bike sector. Strict emission regulations are taken care of with a phenomenal engine where power output is maximised with clean linear delivery. The Aprilia comes with a 6-speed gearbox, and the rider is allowed to exploit the bike under any given condition. Mechanical reliability is showcased with little or less vibration, power output to the maximum and variable engine speeds. Aprilia stamps its authority in the small capacity sports bike sector with bikes like the RS4 125 stealing the hearts of young bike enthusiasts with great expectations. Lubrication is assisted using a separate mixing system along with a variable capacity volumetric pump. Riders can really exploit the bike’s engine whist using the 6-speed gearbox. Another unique feature of the Aprilia is the dry sump lubrication, which is light allowing for a world class chassis design.
With successes in both the world super bike championships and 125 GPs, it really did set up a strong base for the new chassis design. The chassis frame consists of dye cast aluminium spars with crossed reinforcement ribs. The light weight of the bike allows exceptional torsional stiffness. The front suspension design consists of a strong 41-mm upside fork, a wheel travel around 110 mm and red anodised stanchion clamps. The rear is supported by a monoshock, which is held on to the asymmetric swing arm. Braking is also spectacular, which consists of a 300-mm front steel disc held by a four piston radial calliper and a 220-mm disc at the rear with a single piston calliper. The 17 inches wheels are shod with 100/80 rubber up front and a 130/70 tire at the rear.
Aprilia’s racing experience further enhances its design in the making of the multifunctional analogue and digital instrument panel with LCD display. Also, the split six-spoke wheel design shows Aprilia’s purpose in manufacturing small capacity sports bikes. The exhaust, another feature of Aprilia’s superiority, is altogether integrated with the lower part of the fairing and greatly contributes to the overall design aerodynamically by centralising the masses. Most of them would have seen Aprilia as a single seater machine, but an immediate release button allows the pillion rider to exchange seats with the tail fairing.
If you really are a world super bike championship fan and admirer, I would suggest you go for the Aprilia RS4 125, for it has everything a young rider aspires or for someone who dares to dream of becoming a champion.