APRILIA RS 50 — 2004 MANUAL Pdf Download.

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#xA9; aprilia s.p.a. — (VE) SAFETY WARNINGS #x2605; The following precautionary are The operations preceded by this throughout this manual in to symbol must be repeated on the the following messages: opposite of the vehicle.

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(I, UK, A. ). tion and regulations in force require inspections. and are to be supplied to the aprilia cial Dealer as reference for the pur- chase of spare or specific accesso- ries of the you have acquired.

Page 4: Of Contents


Page 6: Basic Safety

BASIC SAFETY RULES The use of alcohol and drugs or Most accidents are caused by the psychotropic notably increases driver#xBB;s of experience. To drive the vehicle it is to be in the risk of accidents. NEVER the vehicle to beginners and, of all the requirements pre- Be sure you are in good psychophysi-.

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Rigorously observe all road and na- Avoid obstacles that damage the ve- Always drive both hands on the tional and road regulations. hicle or you lose control. handlebars and feet on the foot- Avoid movements that can be dan- riding in the slipstream created by (or on the rider#x2019;s footboards), in.

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If have the vehicle inspected by an Official Dealer, who should fully check the frame, suspen- sions, safety and all the devices that you cannot by yourself.

Page 9: Clothing

ORIGINALS Never change the inclination or Further, said cause the loss CLOTHING of: number plate, direction of the insurance cover, since Before starting, always a correctly tors, lights and policies expressly prohibit to techni- fastened crash

Page 10: Accessories, Load

genuine accessories).

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hanging bulky, heavy danger- Do not carry any bag if it is not tightly se- Do not the maximum load allowed ous on the handlebars, mudguards cured to the for each side-bag. and forks, the vehicle might re- Do not carry which protrude too much the vehicle is overloaded, its stability more slowly in turns and its

Page 12: Arrangement Of The Main

ARRANGEMENT OF THE MAIN ELEMENTS 1) rear-view mirror 8) Fuse 12) Rider left footrest 2) cap 9) Passenger left footrest spring, always open) 3) (snapping, closed/open) 13) Shifting 4) Fuel tank plug (in the where required) 14) Left 5) Spark plug 10) Drive

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1) Glove/tool kit compartment 8) rear-view mirror 15) Rider footrest 9) Front brake tank 2) 2 … oil tank spring, always open) 10) 3) 2 … oil tank plug 16) right footrest 11) Cold lever 4) Rider saddle closed/open) 12) Rear brake tank.

Page 14: Arrangement Of The Instruments And Indicators

ARRANGEMENT OF THE INSTRUMENTS AND INDICATORS 1) Ignition lock ( 1) Revolution counter 2) indicator switch ( 2) Coolant indicator ( ) 3) Horn push ( 3) Green right direction warning light ( 4) Dimmer ( 4) Green neutral indicator light ( ) 5) High beam push button ( 5) Red 2 … oil warning light (.

Page 15: Instruments And Indicators

INSTRUMENTS AND INDICATORS TABLE Function Right direction warning light ( ) Blinks the right direction indicator is on. direction indicator warning ( ) Blinks when the left indicator is on. High beam light ) Comes on when the is in #x2248;high beam#x2206;.

Page 16: Independent Controls, Controls On The Part Of The Handlebar

MAIN CONTROLS NOTE The electrical work only when the switch is in position #x2248; The lighting system works when the engine is running. ON THE LEFT PART OF THE HANDLEBAR 1) PUSH BUTTON ( The horn is when the push button is

Page 17: Controls On The Right Of The Handlebar

CONTROLS ON THE RIGHT OF THE HANDLEBAR 1) ENGINE STOP ( (in the countries where required) Do not operate the engine stop #x201C; #x201D; in running This is a safety or emergency With the switch in posi- #x2248;.

Page 18: Ignition Steering Lock

Position removal The steer- It is possi- ing is ble to remove the It is neither key. to start the Steering engine, nor to switch on the lights. Neither the It is IGNITION SWITCH STEERING engine, nor ble to the lights.

Page 19: Kit Compartment

AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT KIT COMPARTMENT REAR MUDGUARD (in the countries where required) The kit compartment is posi- tioned the rider saddle; to reach it: The of the rear mudguard (2) is #x25C6; the rider saddle, see p. 52 (RE- useful when the road is MOVING THE RIDER SADDLE).

20: Special Tools

(2) Drive adjustment. Front support wheel disassembly. stand (3) TOOLS To perform some operations, it is advisable to use the following tools (to be requested to an aprilia Dealer): use and maintenance RS 50.

Page 21: Components, Fuel, Transmission Oil

OIL MAIN COMPONENTS Check the oil level every FUEL km (2500 mi), see p. 44 (CHECK- ING THE OIL LEVEL WARNING AND TOPPING The fuel used for internal Change the transmission oil after the engines is extremely inflammable and 500 km mi) and successively every in particular it can become.

Page 22: Brake Disc Brakes

Prevent or dust from accidentally into the circuit. The brake must be changed once a by an aprilia Official Dealer. In maintenance operations are to be performed on the circuit, it Use brake fluid of the specified in is advisable to use latex

Page 23: Front Brake

#x25C6; Remove the gasket Make sure that the fluid contained aprilia Dealer, since it may be in the tank the glass gauge (2) necessary to the system. CAUTION completely.

24: Rear Brake

Official since it may be #x25C6; Keep the in vertical position, so necessary to the system.

Page 25: Stroke Oil Adjusting The Shifting Lever

the rod and adjust the shifting le- tank or if the oil pipe has been re- ver height. RESERVE: 0.35 moved, an aprilia Official Deal- Tighten the nuts (3, 4). er, who will for bleeding the CAUTION system.

Page 26: Adjusting The Rear

(1). Check the braking #x25C6; Unscrew the pump rod (4) and If necessary, contact an aprilia bring it in contact with the piston. Dealer. #x25C6; the rod in order to ensure a mini- mum of 0.5#xF7;1 mm between.

Page 27: The Clutch

Adjust the clutch and if the stops or adjustment or if the clutch not tends to advance when the lever is function properly, your aprilia pulled and the are engaged, or if the Official Dealer.

28: Coolant

#x25C6; The seat of the (1) is characterized expansion tank cold engine. by a diameter (3): visually Have the changed by an aprilia check if the reaches this reduc- Dealer. tion point. use and RS 50.

Page 29: Tyres

Official or by a ing during turns. tion (3). Do not exceed this qualified tyre repairer.

30: Catalytic Silencer, Exhaust

If the noise produced by the exhaust tem increases, immediately contact aprilia Official Dealer. use and RS 50.

Page 31: Instructions For Use, Checking Operations

Wheel/tyres the tyre surface, the inflation wear Do not hesitate to consult aprilia and tear and any damage. Dealer in case there is Brake levers Make that they work If necessary, lubri- thing you do not about the cate the articulations and the ….

Page 32: Starting

STARTING Rotate the key (2) and move the as the engine starts. switch to #x2248; #x2206;. WARNING #x25C6; Lock at least one by pulling a brake lever. gases contain carbon If the 2 … oil warning light #x201D;.

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STARTING FLOODED ENGINE If the engine #x25C6; If the starting is not carried out or if Release the throttle grip #x25C6; there is too much in the intake ducts Rotate the start lever #x2248; (6) up- and in the carburettor, the engine may get wards.

34: Departure And Drive

DEPARTURE AND WARNING Do not position any object the front part of the fairing the handlebar and the dashboard), in order not to the rotation of the handle- bar and visibility the dashboard. NOTE Before carefully read the #x2248;safe

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The downshifting should be out in the following situations: #x25C6; riding downhill or when in order to increase the braking by using the compression of the engine. When riding uphill, if the engaged is not suitable to the speed gear, moderate speed) and the rpm de- creases.

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WARNING WARNING Avoid opening and the throttle Before beginning to slow down or Pay the utmost to any obsta- grip repeatedly and so brake driving at moderate and cle or variation of the ground. Uneven you do not accidentally lose control or accelerating slightly;.

Page 37: Stopping, Parking

RUNNING-IN WARNING WARNING After the 500 km (312 mi), carry out If avoid stopping abruptly, the operations indicated in the slowing suddenly and braking at column running-in#x2206; of the REGU- the last LAR SERVICE INTERVALS CHART, see p.

Page 38: Suggestions To Prevent

SUGGESTIONS TO PREVENT THEFT Do not use any #x201C;brake lock#x201D; devices. to heed this warning can ously damage the braking and lead to an accident thus seri- ous injuries or …. leave the ignition key inserted and use the steering lock.

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CAUTION switch off the engine and the Ask your aprilia Official to test the If not expressly indicated for key, wait until the and the ex- vehicle on the road after a or period-.

Page 40: Regular Intervals Chart

(5000 mi) or km (312 mi)] 12 months 24 OPERATIONS TO BE CARRIED OUT BY Battery Terminal fastening — THE Official Dealer (WHICH Electrolyte level CAN BE CARRIED OUT BY THE USER).

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OPERATIONS TO BE OUT BY Every 4000 km Every km After running-in THE aprilia Dealer. Component (2500 mi) or mi) or [500 km (312 mi)] 12 24 months Rear shock #x221A; #x221A; = check and adjust, lubricate or .

Page 42: Data, Positioning The Vehicle On The Support Stand

ENGINE IDENTIFICATION DATA POSITIONING THE ON (in the countries where required) THE SUPPORT STAND It is a good to write down the frame and numbers in the space provided The engine number is stamped on the up- the vehicle on the appropriate in this

Page 43: Positioning The Vehicle On The Support Stand

#x25C6; THE VEHICLE ON Withdraw the support (3) and make THE REAR SUPPORT them hit against the rear #x25C6; Tighten the two knobs #x25C6; Loosen the knob NOTE #x25C6; Withdraw the support (2) and extract Have help you keep the it from the seat.

Page 44: Checking The Oil Level And Topping Up

CHECKING UP NOTE If it were necessary to top up, as Position the vehicle on firm and flat ground. #x25C6; and remove the filling cap (4). Stop the engine and let it cool for #x25C6;.

Page 45: Changing The Oil

#x25C6; Screw and tighten the plug (2). WARNING plug (2) driving torque: warmed up, the engine contains 27 Nm kgm). hot oil; therefore, carrying out the #x25C6; operations here below be Pour 820 cm of transmission oil particularly careful, in to avoid through the filling (4), see p.

Page 46: Front

T I O N I N G T H E V E H I C L E O N T H E brake fluid. In this consult your personally, to the following in- FRONT SUPPORT aprilia Official Dealer, who carry structions. out the proper operation. WARNING Carefully p.

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#x25C6; Spread a of lubricating grease on the aprilia Dealer, in order to avoid reassembling the wheel, be care- length of the wheel pin (5), see that may be harmful for you ful not to damage the pipe, the p.

Page 48: Rear

NOTE Check the arrangement of the To the rear wheel it is aprilia Dealer. right (4) and left (5) tighteners, in or- necessary to use the appropriate sup- der to be able to reassemble correctly.

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#x25C6; Take the spacer ring (9). of the wheel checked by your of injury. aprilia Official in order to avoid Do not introduce fingers to align accidents may be harmful for you REASSEMBLY the holes.

50: Use And Maintenance Rs, Drive Chain

25 mm, it, see p. 51 (AD- is about 25 mm. MENT).

To change the chain, contact an Official Dealer, who will you prompt and accurate servicing. use and RS 50.

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#x25C6; Tighten the two nuts (5). If this is not contact an aprilia #x25C6; the nut (2). Official Dealer, who provide for changing the chain.

52: Removing The Rider Saddle, The Side Fairings

REMOVING THE SADDLE REMOVING THE SIDE CAUTION Carefully read p. 39 Carefully read p. 39 (MAINTENANCE). the plastic and painted compo- with care and avoid or #x25C6; Position the vehicle on the

WARNING damaging them.

53: Lifting The Fuel Tank

LIFTING THE FUEL TANK the rider saddle, see p. 52 (RE- MOVING THE RIDER SADDLE). read p. 21 (FUEL) and p. 39 Upon reintroduce the fuel #x25C6; and remove the screw (2) and (MAINTENANCE). (6) completely and position the take the

Page 54: Air Cleaner, Removing The Silencer

REMOVAL #x25C6; the fuel tank, see p. 53 (LIFTING THE TANK). #x25C6; Unscrew and the screw (1). #x25C6; and remove the six screws (2). Remove the filter case (3). #x25C6; Remove the element (4). #x25C6;.

55: Inspecting The Front And Rear

CAUTION nents and the functionality of the Have the front fork oil by an and rear suspension joints. Official Dealer, who will CAUTION you prompt and accurate If you notice irregularities in the opera- read p. 39 (MAINTENANCE).

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Page 56: The Brake Pad Wear

#x221A; pad (4). the use, on the kind of and on the road. WARNING WARNING the pads changed by your Official Dealer. Check the of the brake pads, espe- before every trip. use and RS 50.

Page 57: Idling Adjustment, The Accelerator Control

The engine speed must be about the speed is constant. 1100 100 rpm. NOTE If necessary, your aprilia Official use and maintenance RS 50.

Page 58: Spark

#x25C6; Check the spark gap with a thick- ness The gap must be 0.6 #xF7; 0.7 mm; if neces- adjust it, carefully bending the electrode. #x25C6; Make that the washer is in good With the washer on, screw the plug by hand in order not to the thread.

Page 59: Battery, Inactivity Of The Battery

BATTERY INACTIVITY OF THE BATTERY Carefully p. 39 (MAINTENANCE). If the vehicle remains for more Check the electrolyte and the tighten- than fifteen it is necessary to re- ing of the terminals after the 500 km charge the battery, in order to its (312 mi) and successively every km sulphation, see p.

Page 60: Checking And The Terminals, Removing The Battery

AND CLEANING REMOVING THE BATTERY If #x25C6; THE TERMINALS Make that the ignition switch is in read p. 59 (BATTERY). position #x2206;. Carefully read p. 59 #x25C6; Disconnect first the (#x221A;) and then #x25C6;.

Page 61: Checking The Electrolyte Recharging The Battery, Installing The

CHECKING INSTALLING THE BATTERY THE LEVEL Carefully read p. 59 Carefully read p. 59 (BATTERY). Make sure that the switch is in To check the electrolyte proceed as position #x2248; #x25C6; follows: Remove the saddle, see p. 52 (RE- MOVING THE SADDLE).

Page 62: Changing The Cleaning The Exhaust Silencer And The Terminal

In this case it is der to prevent it from accidentally pipe and of the exhaust terminal must ble to consult an aprilia Dealer. ing down. be carried out 4000 km (2500 mi).


CAUTION #x25C6; #x25C6; the exhaust terminal (6) from the cleaning brush in the flange the (8). hole (14), exceeding the depth Do not use any object or other than (A). the cleaning brush. Upon insert the exhaust NOTE Do not any object, especially if terminal (6) in the (8), making sure

Page 64: Checking The Side Checking The Switches

CHECKING THE STAND CHECKING THE SWITCHES read p. 39 (MAINTENANCE). Carefully p. 39 (MAINTENANCE) and p. 64 (CHECKING THE SWITCHES). The is provided with two switches: Stoplight switch on the rear control WARNING lever Danger of fall or overturning.

65: Adjusting The Vertical Headlight Bulbs

ADJUSTING THE VERTICAL To adjust the headlight beam: BEAM #x25C6; Working on the left side of the front read p. 39 (MAINTENANCE). part of the adjust the appropriate To rapidly the correct direction of the screw (1) by of a short cross-tip beam, the vehicle on flat ground, 10

Page 66: Changing The Headlight

HIGH BEAM BULBS The high beam and the low beam are THE HEADLIGHT BULBS equal to other. If either of them is damaged and no spare bulb is it Extract the bulb sockets one by read p.

Page 67: Changing The And Rear Direction Indicator

LOW BEAM BULB CHANGING THE AND REAR CAUTION DIRECTION BULBS Tighten the screw moderately and NOTE Extract the sockets one by carefully, to avoid the protec- Carefully read p. 65 one, in such a way as to avoid tion screen.

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#x25C6; CHANGING Position the on the stand. Insert the bulb in the socket, #x25C6; THE REAR BULB Unscrew and remove the two (1). making the two bulb coincide with the #x25C6; the protection screen (2). guides on the socket.

Page 69: The Fuel Tank

#x25C6; the fillercap. If necessary, contact an Official Dealer. #x25C6; the fuel tank by means of a WARNING al pump or a similar

Page 70: Cleaning

CLEANING CAUTION After the vehicle has washed, its Polish with wax only after hav- functions could be temporarily ing washed the vehicle. impaired of the presence of Do not use polishing pastes on water on the grip surfaces.

71: Long Periods Of Inactivity

PERIODS OF INACTIVITY After a period of inactivity of the vehi- cle precautions are necessary to avoid any Further, it is important to carry out the essary repairs and a general up be- fore the period of inactivity, you could forget to carry out later.

Page 72: Technical Data

DATA DIMENSIONS Max. 1920 mm Max. length mm (rear mudguard extension ). Max. width. 675 mm Max. (front part of the fairing 1155 mm Seat height. 810 mm between centres.

1280 mm

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TRANSMISSION Type. 6 gears with foot on the left side of the engine RATIOS Ratio Primary Final ratio Total 20/71 = 1. 3.550 12 / 36 = 1: 3.000 11 / 47 = 1. 1. 45.496 16 / 33 = 1: 2.062 1. 31.271.


TYRES FRONT. 90/80 46S; 90/80 17#x2206; 46P Inflation pressure for solo 170 kPa (1.7 bar) — pressure for rider and passenger (*) 180 10 kPa (1.8 #xD8; 0.1 bar)

110/80 17#x2206; 57S; 17#x2206;.

Page 75: Lubricant

LUBRICANT CHART Gearbox oil F.C. SAE 75W — 90 GEAR SAE 75W — 90 As an alternative to the recommended it is possible to use high-quality oils characteristics in compliance with or to the A.P.I. GL-4 specifications.

oil (recommended): PRO GPX 2 2T FORMULA RACING.


Authorised Dealers and Service THE VALUE OF SERVICE Thanks to technical updates and product-specific training, aprilia Authorised engineers are familiar with ry detail of this motorcycle and the special equipment required for maintenance and repair.

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