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ART GP12 Technical Specifications

The Aspar Team has released the following technical specifications for the new ART (Aprilia) CRT MotoGP bike.
Note that the weight given is well above the 157kg MotoGP minimum…

Engine Aprilia, four-cylinder V (65 degrees), four-stroke, liquid cooling, double camshaft distribution, four valves per cylinder.

Cylinder Capacity 999 CC

Maximum Power + 220 CV

Top Speed+ 330 KM/H

Transmission: 6 speed with alternative links available. Oil clutch with anti-stutter tank.

Fuel Delivery Electronic injection via Ride-by-Wire.

Starting Unit: Aprilia Racing ECU.

Exhausts: Arrow

End Transmission: Cadena - Regina

Chassis: ART Aluminium

Suspension: Öhlins 42mm inverted forks and Öhlins rear shock, with preload control, hydraulic brake and extension.

Brakes: Brembo, double 320mm carbon front discs, with four piston callipers. Individual rear disc with two piston callipers.

Weight: 165 KG


Tagged as: Aprilia , Art , CRT

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