A moto exotica é mesmo a Aprilia RS250
(ainda bem k me lembraste RC)
Esta moto é capaz de competir em arranque com cbr's 600 e afins.... sem duvida um monstro
The bike turns out a little over 60 bhp. Not very spectacular, but when hauling a bike weighing just 140 kg the result is acceleration that leaves the Japanese four-stroke 400s trailing in its wake. That is if you've learned the correct procedure for quick getaways, as it has a two-stroke's typical hatred of low revs. Try riding away with a half-hearted tug on the throttle and the engine bogs and wheezes until 5000 revs appear on the clock, then spends another 3000 rpm clearing its throat. It finally wakes up at 8000 rpm and screams through to 12,000 in the blink of an eye. At 12,000 rpm you hit a brick wall, so there's no point over-revving it, as there is nothing left. Plenty of clutch slip and 10,000 rpm on the clock will see the RS screaming away into the distance. The exhausts have the sharp crack associated with racing two-strokes, and the only sound that comes close to it is that recorded by the on-board cameras at the bike GPs.
Aprilia RS 250
Two stroke 90° V twin, liquid cooled
Bore x Stroke 56 x 50.6 mm
Compression Ratio 13.2:1
2x 34mm Mikuni flat side carbs
Ignition / Starting
72.5 hp 52.9 kW @ 11900 rpm (rear tyre 64.3 hp @ 10400 rpm)
40 Nm @ 10750 rpm
Transmission / Drive
6 Speed / chain
40mm Inverted with adjustable rebound and compression damping. 120mm wheel travel.
Magnesium alloy swingarm. Monoshock with resevoir, adjustable extension, compression and spring preloading. 130mm wheel travel.
2x 298mm discs 4 piston calipers
Single 220mm disc 2 piston caliper
Braking 60 - 0 / 100 - 0
12.8 m / 37.7 m
Standing ¼ Mile
12.2 sec / 174.3 km/h