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post #1 of 9 Old 08-30-2010, 02:49 PM Thread Starter
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**SOLD**Ultimate Naked Aprilia Tuono 139R in CT

Hey all,

Ex-919 owner here and lover of naked bikes. My new bike has every single thing I wanted more from on the 919 and better! This thing is smokin'! Bought as a leftover this this March and have an embarrassing 923 miles on it. As it turns out I don't ride no where near as much as I use to and I'm thinking that I could use the extra $$ for some of my other 2 wheel passions (big cyclist here). Anyways, this is what I have:

2007.5 Aprilia Tuono 139R (same specs as an 08. 139hp). 923 miles. As new condition (bought new in March 2010).
19 months left on full warranty and roadside assistance.
Factory tinted windscreen (short) and Puig Tall tinted windscreen.
Rear seat cowl, small passenger seat and larger passenger seat with hand holds.
Just had it's first major service (600 mile) Nothing but oil changes between now and 16k
Battery tender

Asking $7999 for everything. Also, if sold at this price, I will throw in a Pitbull rear stand (spooled/standard), Pitbull front fork stand with fork converter to lift bike from the steering stem. These are in very good condition and cost about $350 new. MSRP on a new Tuono is $12,999 with no differences from an 07.5 other than paint schemes (new one has black wheels)

That's less than I paid for my bone stock 03 919 (which I loved). This bike is smooth, fast and ultra comfortable. Fully adjustable suspension, SS brake/clutch lines, slipper clutch, awesome performance and no nonsense looks; everything that my asphalt 919 was and more! Buy this and never have to worry about upgrades again!

If you have any questions, send me a pm...I'm glad to entertain all offers.

Thanks for looking (slideshow below)!

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post #2 of 9 Old 08-30-2010, 05:40 PM
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Thanks Brian. It's one of the few bikes that I've owned where I was completely satisfied leaving it bone stock. The screen was added mostly to improve the lines of the bike with the stock mirrors. The bike came with a 16t and 15t front sprocket. I had the shop put on the 15 for better slow speed riding and the thing has just been great. I'm just ready to move on to other things and this needs to go to someone who will ride it according to it's ability

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WOW smok'in hot deal!

Supersport street machine at track bike price'in...

Wish I wasn't all tied up with two other bikes.

YAAWZZU!!!

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That is a smokin hot deal! If I wasn't so deep into mods on my 9er, I'd sell her off and pull the trigger. I'm sure you won't have trouble finding a buyer at that price and condition! Good luck

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I made the mistake of clicking the pic and watching the goodness go by. That's a nice looking machine.

"Towards the end of the vid, it looks like she may have had a bafflectomy." - MarylandMike
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That is a smokin hot deal! If I wasn't so deep into mods on my 9er, I'd sell her off and pull the trigger. I'm sure you won't have trouble finding a buyer at that price and condition! Good luck
I loved my 919. I was a great bike and i never really felt like it was lacking anything power wise, but the suspension could have been better. I changed my bars/mirrors and that was about it. This bike really is everything the 919 was but more. Wish I had it 5 years ago, because now all I want to do is ride my other two wheelers (road/mountain bikes). If someone is close by and has a sweet cyclocross or road bike in 60cm, let me know:001_smile:

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