Aprilia RS 660 Trofeo Comes Standard with Sprint Filter

Aprilia RS 660 TrofeoSprint Filter – Aprilia RS 660 Trofeo

After its debut on the track in the single-brand championship, the new Aprilia RS 660 Trofeo is available for any enthusiast who wants to have fun on the track with the new, lightweight sport bike from Noale.

The track version of the RS 660, made directly by the Aprilia Racing department, joins the Factory Works program, where it represents the most recent and accessible offer.

Already agile and lightweight in the street-legal version, the Trofeo transformation uses extremely high-level components and exploits the perfect balance between chassis architecture, engine, and electronics to the fullest. Like its street-legal sibling, it raises the bar in the category, representing the perfect sport twin-cylinder proposal, featuring an outstanding weight/power ratio and the leading electronics package in the segment.

Starting from the already high-performance standard RS 660, the upgrades begin with the electrical system, simplified by eliminating the ignition switch assembly and ABS. The braking system is simplified with independent lines. However, the ABS control unit remains on the bike and is connected to exploit the strategies of the integrated electronic system.

The ECU is reprogrammed in the Race version, with mapping (all “full power”) developed by Aprilia Racing and dedicated exclusively to track use and calibrated for the SC-Project racing exhaust. The color TFT dashboard is reprogrammed and integrated by a dedicated button block on the left-hand side.

Aprilia RS 660 Trofeo

The suspension can count on a front fork with “Misano by Andreani” internal cartridge, adjustable in hydraulic compression and rebound damping and preload. The Öhlins AP948 rear shock absorber features hydraulic preload, compression, and rebound damping adjustment. The tires are high-performance Pirelli Supercorsa V3 SC1.

The chassis architecture is upgraded, with a lowered riding position thanks to the racing upper steering yoke and adjustable semi-handlebars. The footpegs are adjustable and dismountable so each rider can achieve optimum ergonomics. The fairing is in fiberglass.

The engine upgrades have brought power up to 105 horses, a record value for an inline twin-cylinder, whereas dry weight has dropped to 153 kg. The secondary air system and the thermostat are eliminated, whereas aluminum guards are installed for the clutch cover and alternator, as well as a specific Sprint Filter air filter.

Aprilia RS 660 TrofeoSprint Filter – Available for all motorcycles

Main Features

  • Polyester patented technology
  • OEM air filter on the most exclusive Ducati and Aprilia motorcycles of the last 5 years
  • Essentially maintenance-free
  • More performance, more engine protection than cotton and sponge air filters
  • No oil needed to stop dust
  • No shampoo to wash it

Find out how a Sprint Filter can give you an advantage on the street and on the track, click here.

Full details are available at FACTORYWORKS.APRILIA.COM, where you can contact Aprilia Racing directly to order the new RS 660 Trofeo. The bike can be shipped to the purchaser or collected directly from the Aprilia Racing department.

The 2023 MotoGP Team Equipped with Sprint Filter

Aprilia is poised for the opening of the 2023 MotoGP season, with a cutting-edge RS-GP bike, Sprint Filter Air Filters and a trio of outstanding riders. Get up to speed with all the news from our racing division.

Last season, Aprilia experienced impressive growth in terms of results (their first MotoGP win, another eight podium finishes, and two pole positions) which placed the Italian team among the championship protagonists. Now Aprilia Racing faces a dual challenge – confirming their potential in the championship battle and continuing to grow, with a few more weapons in their arsenal. First of all, the evolution of the Aprilia RS-GP which, with its new engine, has increased in power whilst maintaining its outstanding rideability.

Aprilia RS 660 Trofeo

Aprilia Rider #41 – Aleix Espargaró

Born in Granollers in Spain on 30 July 1989, Aleix Espargarò was the Spanish 125 champion in 2004. After a run of placings in the 125 and 250 classes in 2012 he emerged as the leading rider in a CRT (the ART developed by Aprilia Racing) in the World Championships premier class, a result he backed up the following year.
In 2021, the historic podium at Silverstone, a result never before achieved by Aprilia in MotoGP history. In 2022, the first victory and no fewer than 6 podiums in total, taking fourth place overall in the championship standings.

Aprilia Rider #12 -Maverick Viñales

Born in 1995, Maverick Viñales made his debut in World Championship GP Motorcycle Racing in 2011 astride an Aprilia in the 125 category, notching up 4 wins and 5 podiums, making him the best rookie of the season and finishing third overall. After another high-level season, he won the Moto3 World Title in 2013 before moving up to Moto2 the next season. Thanks to the potential demonstrated in the intermediate class, he earned a seat in MotoGP from the 2015 season with Suzuki and on Yamaha from 2017.

In the premier class, Viñales has achieved 9 wins, 13 pole positions and 28 podium finishes, in addition to two overall third places as his best final placement in the rider standings. In 2022, in his first full season with Aprilia, he took three podiums.

Aprilia Rider #32 – Lorenzo Savadori – IT

Born in Cesena in 1993, Lorenzo Savadori was Italian and European 125 GP Champion with Aprilia in 2008. In the same season, he made his début in the 125 World Championship with three wild cards. In 2007 he was runner-up in the Red Bull Rookies Cup development program. In 2009 he raced in the 125 World Championship.

In 2011 he made his debut in the Superstock 1000 championship where he was runner-up champion in 2014.
In 2015 he rode the new Aprilia RSV4 RF in its Superstock debut and it was a triumph: he took 4 wins, 7 podiums, and 3 pole positions which resulted in him winning the Superstock 1000 FIM Cup championship, giving Aprilia the Manufacturer’s Title. In 2016, 2017, and 2018, Lorenzo competed in the WorldSBK Championship, also on the Aprilia RSV4.

In 2019, he finished as runner-up Superbike champion in Campionato Italiano Velocità. In 2020 he became an Aprilia test rider and dominated the CIV Superbike season with six wins out of eight races, earning the Italian Championship title astride the new Aprilia RSV4 Factory, results which is worth the move to MotoGP in the following season.