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Mr. Innovation
06-16-2009, 07:31 PM
Orginally purchased 4/10/2009.
300 KM (180mi)
Never Dropped
All street legal mods made.
This was my first bike. Learned how to ride and ready to move on to bigger and better. This bike has only seen in town riding, mainly around my neigborhood. Soon to be titled and tagged.
If you are interested in purchase please feel free to call or email.
478-955-6567
http://atlanta.craigslist.org/mcy/1227007916.html
jason_skoolboy@yahoo.com
C:\Users\Mr. Wimes\Desktop\RS-125\101_0277

ceeco
06-17-2009, 09:52 AM
Sure you want to sell it? Most "experienced" riders appreciate everything the RS125 has to offer.....and with only 180 miles, trust me, you didn't learn how to ride it! Keep it and hit some trackdays. You will be a better rider for it, not just racing or going fast but better skilled and safer rider overall. If you continue to ride sport/race oriented bikes you will miss the Aprilia:bangwall:

Gman2005
06-17-2009, 10:17 AM
Sure you want to sell it? Most "experienced" riders appreciate everything the RS125 has to offer.....and with only 180 miles, trust me, you didn't learn how to ride it! Keep it and hit some trackdays. You will be a better rider for it, not just racing or going fast but better skilled and safer rider overall. If you continue to ride sport/race oriented bikes you will miss the Aprilia:bangwall:

I with him, the little power rocket is amazing to learn you skills on. You'll end up dead if you don't learn how to ride a properly. Rossi was on a Mito and look where he is. Its all about the small bikes.

odie_trackie
06-17-2009, 12:16 PM
+100. I totally agree. I have an SV, a Ducati Sport Classic and a Mille and I know I will learn more from this little Aprilia than all of those other bikes...well, maybe not so much the SV. Oh, and you know what's another really cool upside to this bike? The tires last forever. I asked the AF1 guys about top end longevity and tire wear.

this is what they said:

Quote:
Originally Posted by odie_trackie View Post
Hey AF1 guys, how many hours have you put on the RS125 on the track? Have you had to do a top end rebuild yet?

How much mileage have you gotten out of race tires?
At this point over 15 race hours (this is an endurance bike); same top end no internal changes.

Tires have been good for (Jon and Ted will know this better than me) between 7 and 11 hours (endurance racing conditions).

RC51John
06-17-2009, 06:22 PM
Orginally purchased 4/10/2009.
300 KM (180mi)
Never Dropped
All street legal mods made.
This was my first bike. Learned how to ride and ready to move on to bigger and better. This bike has only seen in town riding, mainly around my neigborhood. Soon to be titled and tagged.
If you are interested in purchase please feel free to call or email.
478-955-6567
jason_skoolboy@yahoo.com

e-mailed you for info

jandrade
06-17-2009, 09:27 PM
Hes asking 7,000


....:eek:

the brit
06-18-2009, 10:06 AM
Hes asking 7,000


....:eek:


Wow. I would sell my fully euro'd bike for less than that, including my spare OEM fairings, extra different colour rear seat etc etc, and most importantly the already produced important piece of paper.

jandrade
06-18-2009, 11:53 AM
Yea I think I just bought a rs 125 new for 4900...


Not to mention there are rumors swirling that the DMV will be repossessing the registrations of those bikes that were plated and put on the street illegally...just what my dealer has told me....so that $1000 light kit might not be worth it, too risky for me.

tekebird
06-19-2009, 07:10 PM
you think you just bought a RS125 for 4900.00?????

whats to think about you did or you did not??

as far as legalling making them street legal titled and licensed......it is possible, and once done properly......no states DMV/DOT can undo it.

only place where you might find a hickup is where you have emissions testing on bikes ( if they do that anywhere)

Prior to buying mine I found several cheaper than what I spent on mine.....however they were all 10+ hours away so 20 hours of my time, fuel, hotel, the pain in the ass trying to get a buddy to go along and loose his time......or having it shipped.......then not having the selling dealer local to me in case of issue.

jandrade
06-19-2009, 07:14 PM
I think, as in I was waiting for the dealer to give me the final Okay...understand? Also I'm looking into picking up Hank's 748, debating between the two.

Highway9Rider
06-22-2009, 10:41 PM
It will give gsxr600s a run for their money? In what alternate universe? I rode one on the track and its sweet but comparing it to a 600 is like saying a gsxr600 will give a desmosedicci a run for its money.

scooterchef
06-27-2009, 07:29 AM
It will give gsxr600s a run for their money? In what alternate universe? I rode one on the track and its sweet but comparing it to a 600 is like saying a gsxr600 will give a desmosedicci a run for its money.

Perhaps he meant on the curves? it IS a SWEET track bike.

ThisEndUp
06-27-2009, 03:28 PM
Perhaps he meant on the curves? it IS a SWEET track bike.

I gain ground on almost any bike in the turns. Intermediate level group.
The RS can out brake and out turn anything out there except for a Honda RS125 or TZ125.
I specifically preyed on 600s. They don't have the torque like the liter bikes.
Coming out of turns, if I can carry some real good speed...I can hang with the 600s for a bit. Until the track really straightens out, at least. :burnout:

Brilliant bike.

Only makes me want to ride a true GP 125. Must be amazing.

Gman2005
06-28-2009, 06:11 AM
An amazing bike. I'v got a SP and standard version of the RS, though the RS forks are better then the SP forks. The sachs SP shock and wheels make the standard RS, well its hard to say. Solid is the words. Does get a bit unsettled though when you start to really push her. I just need to play around with the weight balance on the front and back.

Anyway, keep it and ride a few years on it. It will make you a lot better rider for it and you'll be eating over riders in the same class.

On the 600cc note, a nicely tuned up 125cc have been known to beat a lot of 600cc riders who bottle it lol. 110mph can be seen on straights and it can carry so much cornering speed. Great track bikes.


Gman

guarda
08-06-2015, 03:45 PM
I think they have one of the best/cleanest frame and swingarm combinations ever.

WestOzRS125
08-07-2015, 09:24 AM
Some weird comments here, you must be talking about older 600s. My fully tricked 2008 RS125 is fantastically quick, but my moderately worked 2011 GSXR600 leaves it for dead.