Is Apache RR 310 more sporty among sportsbikes?

The Apache RR 310 needs no introduction from its start in 2017. TVS's emphasis on performance is what first made the motorcycle famous. The RR310 has also seen some upgrades over the years, the most significant of which was the addition of ride modes last year.
TVS has not made any major changes to the unique shark-inspired design of the Akula concept. You can customise the colour scheme, including the alloy wheels, in the most recent edition. Not only that, but you may choose the TVS race livery, and you can even add a personalised race number on the visor to fit your style choices. It still draws attention despite the fact that it is exactly the same as the original RR 310. Its muscular fairing, which goes nicely with the elevated tail section, gives the impression that the bike is large.
Engine and Gearbox
A 312.22-cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine and a 6-speed gearbox with a slip-and-assist clutch power the Apache RR 310.

The sport bike has four riding modes—Rain, Urban, Sport, and Track—thanks to ride-by-wire technology. Two distinct power maps are needed for these modes to operate. The chosen riding mode affects the sensitivity of the ABS. 

The engine of the Apache RR 310 can reach a maximum output of 34 horsepower and 27.3 Nm in the Sport and Track mode and 25.8 horsepower and 25 Nm in the Rain and Urban mode.

Along with new features like a dynamic engine rev limit indicator, a day trip metre, and an over-speed alert, the upgraded TFT display also makes it easier to store and see papers like the bike's licence and RC book on the instrument cluster. This bike also features dual-channel ABS with variable degrees of intervention, a slip-and-assist clutch, and all LED lighting.

Dynamic Kit
The Dynamic Kit comes with an adjustable inverted fork that allows for 15 levels of preload modification in addition to 20 steps of compression and rebound damping adjustment.
Suspension and Brakes
The Apache RR 310 comes equipped with an adjustable inverted fork and a rear monoshock. A rear monoshock with a 10-step preload and a 20-step rebound adjustability is also included in the kit. The RR 310 has dual-channel ABS and petal discs with a 300mm front and 240mm rear. The sport bike has Michelin Road. 5 tyres mounted on 17-inch alloy wheels.

  • Looks youthful and sporty for someone who is older than six.
  • There are ample riding modes, matching power delivery and ABS sensitivity, with four of them.
  • The Michelin Road 5 tyres provide confidence in turns and offer enough traction in a variety of weather situations.
  • The vertically positioned display's turn-by-turn navigation may be difficult for shorter riders to view.
  • A better lever feedback system would have improved the brakes.
Price and Variants
The base price of the TVS Apache RR 310 is Rs. 2,72,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi). There is only one version of the faired motorcycle that comes in titanium black and racing red as colour choices. Two further customising kits are available for the sport bike: the race kit costs an extra Rs. 5,000, and the dynamic kit costs an extra Rs. 15,000.

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