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Cool Priller Dorsoduro 750 Factory - March 17, 2010, 09:50 AM

I know someone in Herndon who needs this...

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Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 Factory, with its 90°, twin-cylinder V engine, with 92 hp and ride by wire technology.
Other features include 43 mm upside Sachs fork, radial four-piston Brembo calipers on a 320 mm front floating wave disc, and a Matrix analogue-digital instrument panel.
























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That's hot. I wonder how much it weighs.


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DORSODURO 750 FACTORY

Technical sheet

  • Engine: Aprilia V90 four-stroke longitudinal 90° V-twin engine, liquid cooled, double overhead camshafts with mixed gear/chain timing system, four valves per cylinder.
  • Fuel: Unleaded petrol
  • Bore x Stroke: 92 x 56,4 mm
  • Total displacement: 749,9 cc
  • Compression ratio: 11 : 1
  • Maximum power at the crank: 67,3 kW (92 CV) a 8.750 rpm
  • Maximum torque at the crank: 8,4 kgm (82 Nm) a 4.500 rpm
  • Fuel system: Integrated engine management system. Injection with Ride by Wire throttle opening management and triple mapping
  • Ignition: Digital electronic ignition integrated with injection system
  • Starting: Electric
  • Exhaust: 2 into 1 exhaust system in 100% stainless steel with three-way catalytic converter and lambda probe
  • Generator: 450 W a 6.000 rpm
  • Lubrification: Wet sump
  • Gear box: 6 speeds, drive ratio: 1st 14/36 (2.57) 2nd 17/32 (1.8 3rd 20/30 (1.5) 4th 22/28 (1.27) 5th 23/26 (1.13) 6th 24/25 (1.04)
  • Clutch: Multiple discs in oil bath, hydraulically operated
  • Primary drive: Straight cut gears, drive ratio: 38/71 (1.87)
  • Final drive: Chain. Drive ratio: 16/46
  • Frame: Modular tubular steel frame fastened to aluminium side plates with by high strength bolts. Removable rear subframe.
  • Front suspension: Multi-adjustable Sachs upside-down fork with Ø 43 mm diam. stanchions. Wheel travel 160 mm.
  • Rear suspension: Aluminium alloy swingarm Gas-operated shock absorber with piggy back, with adjustable spring preload and compression and rebound damping. Wheel travel 160 mm
  • Shock absorbers: Front: Dual Ø 320 mm diam. stainless steel floating discs. Radial callipers with four pistons. Metal braided brake pipe. Rear: Stainless steel disc Ø 240mm. Single piston calliper. Metal braided brake pipe.
  • Brakes: Ant.: Doppio disco flottante Wave in acciaio inox diametro 320 mm. Pinze radiali Brembo a quattro pistoncini. Tubo freno in treccia metallica. Post.: Disco Wave d’acciaio inox diametro 240 mm. Pinza a singolo pistoncino. Tubo freno in treccia metallica.
  • Wheels: Aluminium alloy Front: 3.50 X 17" Rear: 6.00 x 17"
  • Tyres: Radial tubeless tyres; front: 120/70 ZR 17 rear: 180/55 ZR 17
  • Dimensions: Max. length 2,216 mm Max. width 905 mm (at handlebar) Max. height 1,185 mm (at instrument panel) Saddle height 870 mm Wheelbase 1,505 mm Trail 108 mm Steering angle 26°
  • Dry weight: 185 kg
  • Fuel tank capacity: 12 lt (range > 200 km)


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no the Priller is 1 kg lighter...about the same


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