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Trackbike??? Not really unless you want to beat the crap out of what seems to be a rare bike.

You want something with bountiful spare/aftermarket parts...that just doesn't seem to cut it.

Sharp bike though.
 

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Yea, I guess you're right but how else would I justify getting this thing into the garage.:laughing :laughing
 

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How bout this for the track? only 300 made and powermotorsports got one (#94 of 300) Just don't LAY IT DOWN!!!!!





Aprilia presents a new and exclusive version of the RSV 1000 - the RSV 1000 HAGA.
impossible to distinguish from its twin sister, ridden by the hard-hitting Haga at the top of the world superbike championships. The bike will be supplied to those fortunate enthusiasts who manage to become owners of one of the 300 produced together with a track kit dedicated for use on the circuit.
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The experience and passion of Aprilia have been rewarded, as can be seen from the appreciation of both the public and the most expert and demanding journalists, with 20,000 bikes sold around the world.
Today the RSV 1000 family expands. After the success of the RSV 1000 R version aimed at enthusiasts looking for a bike suitable for both road and tracks in one vehicle, Aprilia takes a further step forward, offering a limited number of motorcyclists a machine even closer to the one racing in the Superbike World Championships, ridden by the Japanese rider Haga.


Today you can own a unique bike, a limited series (200 booked and on sale from 10 May) with a special kit for track racing, a technological gem and a perfect replica of the bike which has made enthusiasts throughout the world dream.

The graphics of the RSV 1000 Haga are identical to those of Haga's SBK, all original adhesives including the number 41, Haga's signature engraved on an exclusive handlebar plate in blue anodised ergal and the plate with the series number.

The fairings with replica graphics are a "made to measure garment" on a technical base of exceptional value. All components are, in fact, the same as on the RSV 1000 R.



Those wanting to emulate Haga will appreciate the track kit, consisting of high performance Akrapovic "Titanium 2in2" racing exhaust with steel manifolds, titanium silencers and carbon fibre supports, complete with Eprom specifically developed by Aprilia engineers and a 16 tooth pinion for a more reactive ride and a distinct improvement when coming out of curves on tortuous circuits.

The advantages of the track kit, destined exclusively for use on roads not open to traffic, are tangible:

• 3 kg lighter than the normal version and at the same time, the double titanium exhaust improves the balance of the bike with respect to the single lateral exhaust.
• maximum power is increased by about 3 hp

• at low to medium revs, there is a considerable increase in power and torque, as shown by measurements indicating a net gain of 10 hp at 6,000 revs

• power curves are flatter at high revs to exploit progressive acceleration, with a significant improvement in performance of more than 9,500 revs

• torque curve: the bike reaches an optimum torque curve from as low as 5,500 to 9,500 rpm

• more prompt response when riding on tortuous circuits thanks to the 16 tooth pinion




The RSV 1000 Haga is supplied as a two seater, approved for road use, with original lateral exhaust, ergal handlebar plate with Haga's signature and the numbered plate. The track kit is supplied with the bike.


Go to Aprilia RSV Mille R page
 

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Doctor B said:
Boy if I could justify this one to the wife!!! :D
If ya can figure this part out LMK.:D
 

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SFD18 said:
How bout this for the track? only 300 made and powermotorsports got one (#94 of 300) Just don't LAY IT DOWN!!!!!
If this is the same bike I saw the dealer riding over at HH, I sure wouldnt want it...something about buying my bike brand new, not test ridden all over the place. Hope he is keeping that bike for himself!:bs
 

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I think it was the same...It looked like the paint had a bug slatter that was smeared off by a dry rag!!!!
 

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That's sweet! I saw a couple NC-30s at World Imports in Berkeley a few years back, they're tiny.
 

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If this is the same bike I saw the dealer riding over at HH, I sure wouldnt want it...something about buying my bike brand new, not test ridden all over the place. Hope he is keeping that bike for himself!:bs


The Haga replica they got was purchased by one of the shop guys....he's riding it all over because he owns it.

besides...its a plain Mille R with fancy graphics. They have a 00' Mille SP in there that I would give my left nut for(or $20,000)! FULL ON SUPERBIKE baby...adjustable swingarm pivot, adjustable engine position/steering head/titanium shotgun exhaust./carbon everything....ect 145hp...... :) and a big sticker that says "not for street use"

the NC30 would be a sweet little trackbike. They're not that rare, they're fairly common in Europe/Australia&Japan. Parts are availible, but you would need to be prepared to order from overseas and wait for the slowboat to come over...
 

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i think I saw that one a month or so ago...didn't see it today. "not for street use....yet doesn't it come with a headlight, turn signals, etc?:confused :confused

Damn DOT Rules!!!:mad :mad :mad :mad
 

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SCHWEEEEEEEEEEEET!
dude, dont take this the wrong way but SCHWEEEEEEEET!???

which bike are you refering to? the 400 or the Haga?

sorry but i just had too!:D
 

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JimGoFast said:


dude, dont take this the wrong way but SCHWEEEEEEEET!???

which bike are you refering to? the 400 or the Haga?

sorry but i just had too!:D
Is that a "Me LIkey," or a "Me no Likey?????":confused

I'm so funcoused!!!!
 

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Re: Re: Re: How's this for a track bike?

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Just remember, it's easier to ask for forgivness than permission!!!!!! :evil :evil :evil
Dude, you met my wife right? :D
 

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Champ91 said:


Dude, you met my wife right? :D
Well he's obviously never met mine. Yea I know this saying works in the fire service, I've even used it myself a few times;) but if I tried it at home.... All I can say is I'm glad I have a big dog=big dog house we can both sleep in:D
 

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Sticky said:
Or you could buy my FZR 400!!
Dude, how much, what kinda condition? hows it run? looking for bike for my wife this bike would de idea!
 

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Kruz said:
yeh right...Jimbo

We all know you are looking for a better trackbike. :twofinger
well im sure even with this i'd still be in front of you!!:twofinger
 
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