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Discussion in 'Australia' started by BygDaddee, Sep 24, 2020.
The 660 sounds pretty good here
Those 2-pot Brembo calipers are pretty decent I had them on 2 big thumpers they stop loaded bike from 90mph on single 300mm disk no prob. BMW G650, SWM Superdual, IIRC KTM 690 has one too.
While we are having an Aprilia love in
I liked the Pegaso 650 while I had it but it was wrong for what I wanted
Load capacity with all my crap didn't work
Must admit - this was the easiest Alpine I ever did - was a very sure-footed bike in any conditions
I do miss my Capo. I don't miss fixing the bastard all the time :)
This could be good.
Not sure about those crash bars?
He's got the right build to be testing ADV bikes at least!
Now if the fuel is under the seat and the airfilter has easy access from where the fuel filler is usually located, and it`s 180 kg, and rims are not KTM butter steel, and pipes are redesigned or at least a decent alloy bashplate is stock, and front brake lines are redesigned so if ridden through a bit of mud it dosnt throw you over the bars, And......GET RID OF THAT MUFFLER, and develop a decent dealer network,.............. it might stand a chance.
That said from a happy aprilia owner.
It is only the development mule, after all......
The Tuono weighs 183 ready to roll.
It's probably temporary bars for test equipment.