TVS Apache RTR 165 RP attracts energy from a 164.9 cc single-cylinder 4 valve engine that makes 19.2 PS at 10,000 rpm and 14.2 Nm of torque at 8,750 rpm. TVS Apache RTR 165 RP will probably be restricted to 200 items solely.
TVS Motor Firm on Thursday introduced the launch of Apache RTR 165 RP motorbike beneath its Race Efficiency (RP) collection. The motorbike, which will probably be restricted to 200 items solely, is priced at 1.45 lakh (ex-showroom). The TVS RP collection attracts inspiration from the model’s racing lineage which will probably be dropped at the TVS Apache vary of bikes, with the Apache RTR 165 RP being the primary of the collectible lot.
TVS Apache RTR 165 RP is claimed to be a robust machine with a complicated 164.9 cc single-cylinder 4 valve engine that produces 19.2 PS at 10,000 rpm and 14.2 Nm of torque at 8,750 rpm. The engine is mated to a five-speed super-sleek gearbox, which gives exact and highly effective driving expertise to the shoppers.
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To ship finest in phase efficiency, the TVS Apache RTR 165 RP will get a brand new cylinder head with 35 per cent improve in consumption and twin electrode spark plugs. The 2-wheeler maker has added 15 per cent bigger valves to the brand new mannequin, that are managed by high-lift high-duration cams and twin spring actuators for raceier engine efficiency.
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The motorbike additionally will get a revised bore stroke ratio of 1.37 which permits free-revving as much as the redline. There’s additionally a brand new dome piston for the next compression ratio. All these components contribute to the efficiency and driving expertise of a race efficiency motorbike.
The TVS Apache RTR 1165 RP will get a brand new headlamp meeting the place the Signature Entrance Place Lamp (FPL) works together with high and low beam operation. The motorbike is supplied with a 240 mm rear disc brake, which is claimed to be a primary within the phase.
First printed date: 23 December 2021, 15:42 PM IST