Dear rider, we're ready to assemble our next Showroom bike!
We really cannot wait to bring you into our journey of a full Aprilia RSV4 build which will take the spot of our previous project (the Ducati 1198 SP) as our A-Class showroom bike.
You can view our first Three episodes right HERE!
Video Installation Guides, How To's and project updates
We will completely transform this RSV4 from stock by dressing it up from the ground up and while we're at it we will be documenting all of the processes involved in doing this with video footage, showing the steps needed for each and every part we're going to install as well as how to remove the stock parts in the first place.
All the video footage will be released through our Youtube platform which you can find at our YouTube Channel: CLICK HERE
You will be able to follow development of this project closely and get insightful tips and suggestions around how to work on your bike, many of these tips will be model specific but will absolutely be of great value for any rider out there, regardless if you ride an Aprilia, Ducati or MV Agusta.
What changes and upgrades can be expected during this bike build Project?
Well, to put it simply... everything but the engine!
When we say transform, we mean it for real, here's a sneak peek of what the bike looks like as of today in our garage, ready to absorb top level components from all of our manufacturers:
And here's a list of literally every part we have planned to change or modify, we will include hyperlinks to this list as we will be releasing Youtube content for them, this means install guide along with product reviews.
APRILIA RSV4 APRC PROJECT LIST:
Full carbon fairings replacement Full carbon plastics replacement Custom paint job / livery Top Yoke / Key bracket Brake / Clutch Levers Front and Rear Master Cylinders Brake Fluid Reservoirs Front and Rear Break Lines Brake Disks and ABS Removal Plug n Play Dash Race Switches Grips Clip-ons Bar-ends Steering Head Nut Mirror Removal with Block-Offs Front & Rear Wheel Nuts Tinted Front Lights Samco Hoses and Clamps Radiator Guard Frame Sliders Clutch Engine Case possible anodization Frame plugs and engine nuts Front Sprocket Cover Alternator Cover Rear-sets Rear Shock Support Brackets Full Exhaust System Chain Chain Guard Chain Adjusters Spindle Sliders Axle Sliders Sprocket Setup + Nuts Taillight Seat Cover Custom designed Items by Design Corse Innovations...
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We hope you're as excited as we are about this project and we would like to take this occasion to let you know that we will absolutely be welcoming any feedback and / or suggestions relating to this bike build, also if you would like to request any specific install for parts that you've purchased from us for your bike we would absolutely be happy to create video content to show you the installation / troubleshooting processes provided we have a compatible / available bike to do so.
As always thank you so much for all your support and stay tuned / subscribe to our newsletter to receive the latest information around this awesome build!
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