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Over100K miles on an Italian sportbike

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Yep and it hasn't needed a valve shim yet. It's been ridden off road,gravel roads and everything you can think of. And it keeps running. And the chassis is made from that magic sh!t that only the Italians know where to find.

 

 

 

Aging well isn't she?

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Yep and it hasn't needed a valve shim yet. It's been ridden off road,gravel roads and everything you can think of. And it keeps running. And the chassis is made from that magic sh!t that only the Italians know where to find.

 

 

 

Aging well isn't she?

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really

glad to hear that

my prilla sxv550 didnt make a 1/10th of that....

somebody was smoking crack when they decided to do a bottom stop wet sleeve design.

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Main reason I never owned one. When they came out I was so looking forward to getting one. thenI talked to a friend who owns an Aprilia dealership and told me to stay far far away from them. Disappointing.

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Gotta love a Rotax v twin! My currant 03 RSV Mille has about 4000 miles and runs Great.

I always wanted a Tuono R like yours. Awsome Ride still looking good.

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