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[motorcycledaily.com] - Beautiful Aprilia RS 660 Takes Lightweight Twin Performance t

Aprilia debuted its first lightweight twin in the form of the RS 660. Built around a 660cc parallel twin that delivers a claimed 100 horsepower, Aprilia is moving the bar for performance in this engine category. That parallel twin is essentially a re-worked single bank of the V4 found in other Aprilia larger-displacement models. Combined […]

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