As I said, technically the RS already comes with the full hut as standard: Ride by Wire, driving modes, wheelie control, lean-angle-dependent ABS and traction control, cruise control, engine brake and Quickshifter - all on board. The TFT color display is easy to read, but would have liked to have been a little bigger. Especially the rev counter is only moderately readable, with a sports bike this is not appropriate in our opinion.
The complete equipment also continues with the chassis. The Kayaba suspension elements are adjustable, there is a very nicely drawn aluminum two-arm swingarm and aprilia can not be lumped on the tires either: Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa 2 are pre-assembled. Also striking is the short exhaust stub, which really makes a splash.
LED light incl. LED daytime running lights and LED turn signals are also included in series production. The brakes come from Brembo. The 4-piston fixed caliper at the front decelerates exemplarily, only at the rear we had to determine very long ABS control times, which we found a bit strange.