The two models get another single-chamber, fluid-cooled motor with another head, upgraded ignition chamber, new admission, and exhaust pipes, and another iridium sparkle plug. The cams, air admission, and channel are generally new, similar to the repositioned choke body. The exhaust has likewise been completely updated with another and more productive impetus.
The after impact of every one of these changes, and the new ECU Aprilia says, is a ‘more strong’ force bend, and a motor that hits the greatest force (15bhp) at lower fires up.
Away from execution, the two bicycles have had a styling update to coordinate with the remainder of their model family – the 660 and V4 adaptations have effectively been disclosed. The Tuono 125 gets the taller screen.
The more articulated half-fairing style of the standard Tuono V4 and is currently accessible in red, white, or dark.
In the interim, the RS125 could now effectively be confused with its 660cc older sibling and comes in red or a flawless new white, purple and red attire.
Likewise, a GP-imitation form impersonates the flow RS-GP MotoGP bicycle and gets a quick-shifter as standard (generally a discretionary extra) and a cover for the pillion seat.
The 2021 RS125 costs £4600 (the GP-imitation is an additional 100 quid) and the Tuono 125 expenses £4500. Watch out for MCN for full surveys as we get hold of the bicycles in the UK