2014 Aprilia Tuono V4 APRC/ABS

12 days ago
FS: 2014 Aprilia Tuono V4 APRC/ABS
Price
$40.00
Brand
Aprilia
Seller
Hammerin'Hank
Available on
Bay Area Riders Forum
Location
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Description

I'm not sure I want to do this, but here it goes anyhow.
I'm selling my 2014 Aprilia Tuono V4 (APRC/ABS).
The bike is a beast of a V4, with traction control, wheelie control, ABS, quickshifter - all OEM from Aprilia.
You can adjust it on the fly, etc, etc, etc.
This bike is absolutely dialed and you can either rip it on the street, do a trackday, or do what I did last summer and click off a 2000 mile 7 day ride through the Northern California Sierra Nevada mountains.
When I say the motor is unbelievable, I mean it.
You can ride it, just put cash in my hand first.
How much?
$7500, or hit me up with some crazy / cool trades.
I already have a track bike and a long distance bike, so something neato-burrito, preferably with a crazy engine and good chassis (it doesn't have to be fast perse', just crazy).
Supermoto?
Aircooled Hyper?
I dunno... I'm open.
The summary
The bike is dialed, has approximately 27,000 miles (will climb), a clean title in hand and comes with everything you could ever want, a full service history since day it was purchased (I am the second owner, first owner is another BARF'er).
It has every aftermarket part you want, none that you don't, and is mechanically and cosmetically perfect.
No, it hasn't been down, almost down, knocked over, tipped over, etc, etc.
The bike was originally white, but I wanted it black on black on slate black so I removed the white stickers from the front, put a black RSV4 tail on it and had the side panels done in matte black.
I have the stock parts and you can obviously change it back to the ORCA-looking paint scheme if you wish.
Pictures of it in both schemes are below.
Maintenance
I have an excel spreadsheet and 90% of the receipts showing absolutely every single oil change, service, tire change, headlight bulb change, valve adjustment, you name it.
What does it need right now?
Nothing.
I did the 24,000 mile service so you're good to go until it hits 36,000 at which point you'll want to change the oil and check the valves.
I'll be glad to send the document if you're truly interested.
Modifications
Chassis StuffOhlins Rear Shock, sprung and valved for 185lb rider.
$790
Matris Cartridge Kit (sprung for same) for forks.
$823
Ohlins Steering Damper. $350
Aprilia Accessories (TITAX) forged wheels (black).
$1999
Black Handlebars (instead of stock silver). $80
Cosmetic StuffRSV4 Tail Kit.
$350
Euro Headlight Harness (both lights on). $49
Matte black fuel tank.
$afuckingLot
MotoComposites Carbon Fender/Side Fairings/Hugger.
$450
Black Windscreen. Forget the brand name. $40
MaintenanceDunlop Q3+ tires, around 500 miles on them.
Chain and Sprockets are fine, no need to change anytime soon.
All service completed as required, with records, including valve adjustments and measurements.
Other StuffIt comes with all of the stock parts, including white tank, tail section, sachs shock, sachs steering damper, a spare set of fork springs (I think), misc bolts and smog parts that have been removed, exhaust flapper valves, headlight harness (to go back to the US style single headlight on when running), etc, etc, etc.
You get it all.
It also has a bumper to bumper warranty, unlimited mileage, that goes until April of 2020.
The original buyer successfully transferred it to me (cost $40), and although I haven't called to make sure it's transferable twice, I would assume it is and will also cost you $40 to do it.
I didn't put this at the top of the ad because I'm not 100% certain it's transferable and I don't want to mislead anyone.
We'll need to call and check.
Feel free to drop me a PM if you have any questions, concerns, want to see more pictures, or whatever.
I love this bike but it sits more than I ride it so I'm thinking something like a little Supermoto for shorter jaunts would be better.
Full disclosure, I am aware the price is at the top end of the spectrum when it comes to Tuono's, but due to the Ohlins and in particular the forged wheels, the price needs to be higher.
I can reduce the cost of the motorcycle if you don't want any of the Ohlins or carbon parts.
I won't separate the wheels, because, well, I don't know how you'd ride it!
Haha!