Hot on the heels of this success, Aprilia is offering the "Superbike Lite" RSV4. This isn't just some pipe and fuel map; the bike is built to within a breath of Biaggi's SBK race-winner, with an alleged 200 horsepower at 12,500 rpm and 92 lb.-ft. of torque at 10,000 rpm. The laundry list of upgrades includes 16.5-inch Marchesini forged-magnesium wheels shod with SBK-spec Pirelli Diablo Superbike slicks, a gas-charged Öhlins fork and TTX36 shock, and Akrapovich titanium exhaust. An APX ECU running Ares programming puts Max's entire electronics arsenal at the rider's fingertips: variable power modes, traction control, pit-late speed-limiter, data acquisition and more. Billet rearsets, a solo tailpiece, carbon-fiber bodywork, carbon/Kevlar engine protectors, clip-ons, machined triple clamps and a plethora of other trick bits round out the package.