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Any aprilia riders here?? lets gather and chat abt our bikes.. any valuable comments would be greatly appreciated. Regardless of new aprilia with rs pipe, y2k model, replica or extrema, as long as u are riding a aprilia, come in chat.. :cheer: :cheer: :cheer: By the way aprilia rocks.. :smile: :cheer:

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hihi...

 

so i can consider my apr greatgrandfather liao.. haha

 

my version extrema.. heheh

 

anyone can share their service cost here??

 

WAsh carb, valve, gear oil, plug?

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Sure dude! Will definitely look for u if we're looking for parts. Aprilia original spare parts damn ex thou :smile: Btw do u still have the right handle? Mine one bent liao coz I drop e bike. Gotta send to bikeshop for repair. If only I knew how to fix it myself, I will get from u personally.

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Sure dude! Will definitely look for u if we're looking for parts. Aprilia original spare parts damn ex thou :smile: Btw do u still have the right handle? Mine one bent liao coz I drop e bike. Gotta send to bikeshop for repair. If only I knew how to fix it myself, I will get from u personally.

 

haha u can buy from ah tee and bring to bike shop let them change. they at most charge u service charge onli :smile:

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mm..can we start a list of recommends? i'll get the ball rolling, maybe aprilians can add to the list

 

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2T Oil = Fuchs Silkolene Comp 2T/Motul 600

$16-$18

 

Spark Plugs =

 

Transmission Oil = Rock Oil Gear oil

 

Air Filter =

 

Brake Pads =

 

Chain Lube/Wax = Motorex Chain Lube

 

Tires =

 

Lightbulbs =

Better to be loved, than to hate...

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so u got a brand new aprilia rs125? i'm a potential aprilian so just would like to know more thanks

 

A brand new aprilia rs125 with the rs pipe i hear that its horsepower(hope i am nt wrong) is twice the older models thats y it is much powerful. If u get a brand new aprilia, i believe it will nt have much problem as parts are all new and this should serve u well for next few years and provide u take gd care of it. But are u upgrading for 2a? if u are getting a brand new aprilia wont be a gd choice as u may just ride for 1 year + and upgrade ur bike and therefore u will lose quite a sum of money.. But if u really like aprilia and have the extra cash to it, i would still suggest u getting a new aprilia rather than second hand as second hand tends to have more problems due to wear and tear and other unforseen circumstances. Aprilia rulez :cheer:

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2T Oil = Fuchs Silkolene Comp 2T/Motul 600

$16-$18

Mobil Racing 2T $19.90

Elf 2T $13

 

Spark Plugs =

 

Transmission Oil = Rock Oil Gear oil

 

Air Filter = (Without the air filter, bike performs better, faster in pickup)

 

Brake Pads =

 

Chain Lube/Wax = Motorex Chain Lube

Motul Chain Lube

 

Tires =

 

Lightbulbs =

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if u guys need 2nd hand aprilia parts lemme know ok

 

i scrap my replica soemtime back got abit of leftover parts

 

hi..do you have side mirrors for rs 125.thanx :D

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the most i ever see of italian bikes in my office carpark is

 

01 x FW plate Ducati 999s

01 x super old Aprilia rs125 extrema, the squarish lights

 

they do have R1s and GSXers too new ones...chio manz

I think the tuono/rsv milles are cool la...just sad haven't seen one on the road!... i'm sure R1s and Ducatis are more ex than aprilias

 

the tuono is 1000cc

Better to be loved, than to hate...

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ah tee u still have front right signal light and right handle bar?

 

 

handlebar sold, my signal lights are sp signal lights, the small ones, can u sms me at 92740888, give u cheap cheap k?

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