The big news comes in the form of a fully adjustable 41mm Kayaba fork, which as before can be set for compression/rebound damping, but now adds a spring preload setting as well. At the tail, a remote-reservoir Sachs shock offers similar adjustability, adding spring preload to the arsenal. Unlike the standard Tuono 660, the Factory model packages the six-axis inertial platform as standard. The system uses accelerometers and gyroscopes to enable wheelie control to be operated independently of traction control, as well as bending lights and lean-angle-sensitive ABS. Aprilia’s multi-map cornering-ABS system capitalizes on an algorithm that monitors front brake lever effort, lateral acceleration, and lean/pitch/yaw angles. The APRC package also includes cruise control, a quickshifter, adjustable engine-braking, and engine mapping to adjust different ride modes. Those settings are individually customizable into five modes: three for road use, and two for the racetrack.