Did I missed something?
Did I missed something?
I heard Triumph is coming out with 800,1200cc adventure series bikes ~october or so to compete with the dorso/shiver/type bikes ... this is probably Aprilias answer.
Awesome! I hope it's true this time, I've been waiting for the 1200 for awhile.
84 Honda XL 100
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89 Honda CR 250
90 Suzuki DR 350(still own)
10 Ducati Multistrada
Looks like it is true.
» Workshop Manuals - Provisional Drafts
Provisional workshop manuals for vehicles entering production (manual still being modified or completed). Relative multiple level format wiring diagrams are also included
Choose the Model Axone Dorsoduro 1200
> Dorsoduro 1200 < Dimensions Latest update
» Dorsoduro_1200_esquema eléctrico.pdf 0.5 MB 05/08/2010
» Dorsoduro_1200_greek wiring diagram.pdf 0.5 MB 05/08/2010
» Dorsoduro_1200_schaltplan.pdf 0.5 MB 05/08/2010
» Dorsoduro_1200_schema electrique.pdf 0.5 MB 05/08/2010
» Dorsoduro_1200_schema elettrico.pdf 2.7 MB 05/08/2010
» Dorsoduro_1200_wiring diagram.pdf 0.5 MB 05/08/2010
Crap, I just bought the 750 three weeks ago. I probably should have waited.
There is technical specification in user manual that I posted the link.
From the included picture it looks 99% same like 750 except clutch cover, oil cooler, black lower frame. Also there is new start stop switch and some extra data on display. And most important improvement Fuel capacity (reserve included) 15 l (3.30 UK gal; 3.96 USgal).
Type 90° longitudinal V-twin, 4-stroke, 4
valves per cylinder, 2 overhead camshafts.
Number of cylinders 2
Total engine capacity 1197 cm³ (73.05 cu.in)
Bore / stroke 106 x 67.8 mm (4.17 x 2.67 in)
Compression ratio 12.0 : 1
Max. length 2248 mm (88.19 in)
Max. width (at hand guards) 925 mm (36.42 in)
Max. height 1205 mm (47.44 in)
Saddle height 870 mm (34.25 in)
Wheelbase 1528 mm (60.16 in)
Kerb weight 223 kg (492 lb)
Dry weight (unfuelled) 212 kg (467 lb)
Last edited by abarth; 08-09-2010 at 03:15 AM. Reason: error
Interesting Stuff ! Here's some other observations:
Item : 1200 ABS v 750
Dry Weigth : 212kgs v 196kgs (non-abs)
Wheelbase: 1528mm v 1505mm
Steering Inclination: 27.3' v 25.8'
Trial: 118mm v 108mm
Fuel Tank: 15 v 12 ltrs
Primary Drive: 40/69 v 38/71
Gear Ratios: same
Final Drive: 16/40 v 16/46
- Remote fluid res on Clutch & Brake Masters.
- Front Brake lines now route infront of forks tubes
- lower fork/axle knuckles are different (bigger)
2009 Aprilia Dorsoduro - Mods: Akra Ti/CF cans, LV De-Cat, FatDuc, STM Slipper Clutch (w/ see thru!), Samco Hoses, RSV4-R Factory Forged Rims, Power Pures, Matris Fork Inserts, Factory Shock, Braking SK2 Superlights, ProTaper Bars, DNA Air Filter, 'Big Mouth' Air Box, Gel Seat, Evo-Tech FE, R&G Sliders, Ballastic Battery, Ti Nuts & Bolts, Lightech Alloy Nuts & Bolts, Stompgrip, Factory Carbon F... Komptech Tail fairing, OEM less 25.2kgs and counting !
2007 CBR1000RR - Matte Black - Modified Track-Ho.
Wonder if aftermarket cans would swap over
I will be ecstatic if a) the tank for the 1200 is 15l and b) it can be fitted on the 750. Ecstatic i tell ya.
No mention of a Shiver?? ... getting a complex here, between the no-show of a Shiver Factory, and now no 1200.