APRILIA SCARABEO 50 I.E 100 4T — 2002 MANUAL Pdf Download.

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Aprilia Scarabeo 100 4T

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2002 aprilia s.p.a. Noale (VE) SAFETY TECHNICAL INFORMATION #x2605; The precautionary warnings are The operations by this used throughout manual in order to symbol be repeated also on convey the messages: the opposite side of the

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In some countries the country (I, UK, A. ). and noise regulations in re- and are to be supplied to the aprilia Offi- periodical inspections. cial as reference data for the pur- of spare parts or specific ries of the model you have

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Page 6: Safety Rules

BASIC RULES The use of medicins, alcohol and or Most road accidents are by the psychotropic substances notably driver#xBB;s lack of experience. To the vehicle it is necessary to be in the risk of NEVER lend the vehicle to and, possession of all the requirements Be sure that you are in good

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Rigorously observe all signs and na- Avoid obstacles could damage the ve- Always with both hands on the tional and local road hicle or make you lose dlebars and both feet on the in the correct driving posture.


If necessary, have the vehicle by an aprilia Official Dealer, who care- fully check the handlebars, suspen- sions, parts and all the devices that you check by yourself.

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ONLY ORIGINALS Never the position, inclination or Further, modifications cause the loss colour of: number plate, indica- of the insurance cover, insurance Before starting, wear a correctly tors, and horns. policies expressly to make techni- fastened helmet.

Page 10: Accessories,

Avoid installing accessories cover lights. aprilia the use of horns or lights or that impair their #x2248;aprilia accessories#x2206;. functions, limit the … and.

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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) Bag 7) Transmission oil drain plug 2) tank 8) Centre stand 3) tank plug 9) Air cleaner 4) Saddle lock 10) Side 5) Transmission oil filling cap 11) Horn 6) starter use and maintenance Sonic 50.


9) Inspection cover 3) Glove 10) Battery 4) Ignition switch/steering 11) Fuse carrier 5) Brake reservoir (front brake) 12) hook (for the aprilia #xF031; #xF026; 6) Coolant tank plug Guard#x2206; cable #xF031; 7) Expansion

Page 14: Arrangement Of The Instruments, And Indicators

ARRANGEMENT OF THE INSTRUMENTS AND INDICATORS #xF063; #xF067; 1) indicator switch ( 1) Fuel indicator ( #xF066; 2) Horn button ( 2) Speedometer #xF065; 3) start lever ( 3) Total odometer #xF031; #xF068; 4) brake lever 4) Coolant indicator ( #xF055;.

Page 15: And Indicator Table

INSTRUMENT AND TABLE Description Function Direction indicator warning It blinks when the direction are on. #xF06E; It comes on when the switch is in position #x2248; and the start push button #x2248; #x2248; is pressed, checking the proper functioning of the If the light does not come on the starting, provide for replacing the

Page 16: Main Independent Controls On The Left Side Of The

MAIN INDEPENDENT CONTROLS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE HANDLEBAR The electrical parts work when the ignition #xF06E; is in position #x2248; #x2206;. The lighting system works when the engine is running. 1) HORN PUSH BUTTON ( The is activated when the push is pressed.

Page 17: Controls On The Side Of The Handlebar

CONTROLS ON THE SIDE OF THE HANDLEBAR #xF063; The parts work only the ignition #xF06E; switch is in #x2248; #x2206;. #xF063; The system works only the engine is running. #xF072; 1) PUSH BUTTON ( When the push button is pressed and one of the levers (front or rear) is at the same time, the starter the engine run.

Page 18: Switch, Steering Lock

Function removal The steering It is #xF073; is locked. to remove It is the key. possible to Steering the en- lock gine, nor to switch on the Neither the It is possible #xF06D; nor to remove the lights can the key.

19: Auxiliary Equipment, Unlocking/locking The Crash Helmet / Glove Anti-theft Hook

To prevent the from being stolen, it Turn the key clockwise and raise the helmet or other objects you eve- is advisable to secure it the aprilia saddle (2). ry you park the vehicle. #xF026;.

20: Tool Kit, Bag Hook, Compartment

TOOL KIT BAG HOOK COMPARTMENT The tool kit is hooked to the of It is placed under the handlebar, on the in- Do not hang excessively bulky the ner part of the shield. bags or to the hook, as To reach it: To reach it, as follows: this may seriously

Page 21: Main Components,

MAIN COMPONENTS Further, fuel from flowing out of the filler, as it could catch when getting in contact the red-hot sur- faces of the In case some fuel has been spilt, make that the area has com- dried and before starting the ve- verify that there is no inside the fuel filler

Page 22: Stroke Oil Tank, Fluid — Recommendations

If you run out of oil in the 2 oil your aprilia Official tank or if the mixer oil pipe has re- moved, it is necessary to contact an Official Dealer, who will for bleeding the system. use and maintenance 50.

Page 23: Front Brake

The brake fluid must be once a worn pads, this may cause an out- to the #x2248;MIN#x2206; mark stamped on the by an aprilia Official Dealer. of liquid when the brake are glass (2).

Page 24: Drum Brake

#x25C6; the clearance by acting on the ad- your Official Dealer, since it may (1). be necessary to bleed the For any doubt regarding the perfect

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For this reason, it is to have the above mentioned carried out by an aprilia Official or by a In case of sudden braking the could even get out of the rims. qualified tyre repairer.


2 years. DO NOT SWALLOW IT. #xF061; the coolant changed by an KEEP FROM CHILDREN. aprilia Dealer. DO NOT DISPOSE OF THE COOLANT IN THE use and maintenance Sonic 50.

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Position the vehicle on the centre engine is running. Have it by an aprilia Official #x25C6; Unscrew and remove the filling (1). Screw the filling (1).

Page 28: Automatic Switching Version, Catalytic

Due to the catalytic reaction, the high perature reached by the exhaust makes for the burning of the oil particles, keeping the silencer clean and nating the exhaust fumes. To the catalytic converter function and for long and to reduce possi- ble regarding the soiling of the thermal and of the exhaust, it is neces- sary to covering long distances

Page 29: Instructions For Use, Checking Operations

#xF061; Do not to consult your 2 … oil and/or top up, if necessary. aprilia Dealer in case there is you do not Wheel/tyres Check the tyre the inflation pressure, wear and and any damage.

Page 30: Starting

#x25C6; #x25C6; STARTING the start push button #x2206; (3) with- If the starting is out with cold en- #xF065; out then release it as soon rotate the cold start #x2248; #x2206; (4) #xF061; gases contain carbon as the starts.

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KICK STARTING AFTER A LONG OF INACTIVITY For the kick start, as follows: #x25C6; Position the on the centre stand. After a period of inactivity, proceed as Move to the left side of the follows: #x25C6;.

Page 32: And Drive

#xF061; #xF061; opening and closing the Pay the utmost to any throttle grip repeatedly and obstacle or variation of the tinuously, so you do not ac- ground. cidentally lose of the vehicle. Uneven roads, manhole covers, If you have to close the throttle indications on the road surface, and put on both in order to ob-.

Page 33: Running-in, Stopping,

RUNNING-IN #xF063; Remember: 1 = 1.6 km 1 km = 0.625 miles #xF061; the first 500 kilometres, carry out the opera- tions indicated in the #x2248;Af- ter running-in#x2206; of the REGULAR ICE INTERVALS CHART, see p. 36-37, in to avoid hurting yourself or people and/or damaging the

Page 34: Positioning The Vehicle On The Suggestions To Prevent Theft

STAND SURNAME. a garage or a place. #x25C6; Grasp the handgrip and the left rear If possible, use the appropriate aprilia rail (1). #xF026; armored cable. or an ad- #x25C6; down the stand lever

Page 35: Maintenance

Ask your Official Dealer to test the in reverse order. vehicle on the after a repair or period-.

36: Regular Service Intervals

(2500 mi) km (5000 mi) OPERATIONS TO BE OUT BY (312 mi)] or 12 months or 24 THE aprilia Official Dealer Battery — Terminal — Electrolyte #x221A; CAN BE OUT EVEN BY THE level USER).


OPERATIONS TO BE CARRIED OUT BY After Every 4000 km Every km THE aprilia Official Dealer. [500 km (312 mi)] mi) or 12 (5000 mi) or 24 months months shock absorber #x221A; Battery — Terminal .

Page 38: Identification Data, Air

IDENTIFICATION DATA ENGINE AIR CLEANER The engine number is near the #xF061; It is a good to write down the frame Do not use or inflammable lower support of the shock absorber. and engine in the space provided solvents to the air cleaner, in this manual.


90) on the whole surface of the filtering the dimensions, to be requested ing the washer. element, then squeeze it to the to an aprilia Official Dealer. oil in Upon reassembly, position the rear brake cable (7) cor-.

Page 40: Checking The Oil Level

#x25C6; #xF061; In of oil leaks or malfunc- Unscrew the cap (3) and the oil tions, contact your Offi- drain plug Periodically check that are no #x25C6; cial Dealer.

41: Changing The Transmission Oil

#xF061; In of oil leaks or malfunc- see p. 15 (Coolant indicator #xF031; tions, your aprilia Offi- ), stop the engine. Periodically that there are no #x25C6; Dealer.

Page 42: Front

To disassemble the front wheel, the outflow of the brake fluid. them correctly. as follows: In case consult your Official #x25C6; #x25C6; the vehicle on the centre stand. the front wheel and extract the who will carry out the proper

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#x25C6; the odometer (5), clean Insert the (9) between the hub aprilia Official in order to avoid and grease it, reassemble it with and the fork rod. accidents that may be for you #x25C6;.

Page 44: Rear

Have the driving torques, and is necessary to lock the rotation nut driving torque: balancing of the checked by your aprilia Dealer, in order to avoid of the 110 Nm (11 kgm). accidents that may be for you #x25C6;.

Page 45: Checking The Pad Wear

#xF063; 500 km and successively 2000 km. Have the pads by your aprilia Official The wear of the brake pads on the use, on the kind of drive and on the

The wear will be greater the ve- hicle is driven on dirty or wet

Page 46: Checking The Shoe Greasing The Rear Brake Cam Pin

read p. 24 (REAR DRUM the lower reference tooth for an unskilled opera- BRAKE) and p. 35 (4), contact an aprilia Dealer, tor. If necessary, your aprilia Offi- who provide for replacing the rear the wear of the rear brake af- brake shoes.

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reassembly: #xF061; Do not hit or force the cam pin (9) any hammer or other ob- ject. Manually insert the cam pin (9), by ing and pushing it moderately. #x25C6; Put the rear brake shoe indi- cator (2) and the pin lever making the reference marks (A) and (B) with those on the cam pin (9).

48: Checking The Steering, Checking The Fulcrum Axis

#x25C6; If you that there is a considerable a cloth between them, so the slack, contact your Official Dealer #xF061; wheel can move freely and the ve- to the optimal steering condi- cannot fall down.

49: Removing The Exhaust Silencer

Aprilia Scarabeo 100 4T

read p. 35 (MAINTENANCE). the same to be requested #x25C6; to an aprilia Dealer. Unscrew and remove the (7) and #x25C6; Position the vehicle on the stand. (8).

Page 50: Use And Sonic, Removing The Front Cover, Removing The Rear Cover

#x25C6; #x25C6; Remove the front part of the (1). Unscrew and remove the (8). #x25C6; #x25C6; THE HANDLEBAR COVER Remove the (3). Unscrew and remove the (9). #x25C6; #x25C6; and remove the screws (4).

the metal ring (10) and #x25C6;.

Page 51: Removing The Transparent Screen, Removing The Mirror

REMOVING THE FRONT TRANSPARENT SCREEN THE REAR-VIEW Carefully read p. 35 (MAINTENANCE). read p. 35 (MAINTENANCE). #x25C6; Position the vehicle on the centre Position the vehicle on the centre #x25C6; #x25C6; Rotate the completely right- Lift the element (8).

Page 52: The Inspection Cover, Removing The Cover Of The Rear Part Of The

#xF063; REMOVING REMOVING THE COVER OF The front cover of the part of THE INSPECTION COVER THE PART OF THE FAIRING the fairing can be (and put back) only lowered saddle. #xF063; read p. 35 (MAINTENANCE). Carefully p.

Page 53: Idling Adjustment, The Accelerator Control

Loosen the nut (3) (by it clock- #xF061; #x25C6; for a few miles until the engine If necessary, contact your #x25C6; reaches the normal temperature, Act on the adjuster (4), at the Official Dealer.

Page 54: Spark Plug

Check the spark plug gap a thick- ness gauge. The gap be 0,5 #xF7; 0,6 mm; if neces- sary it, carefully bending the earth #x25C6; Make sure the washer is in good conditions. the washer on, screw the spark by hand in order not to damage the

Page 55: Battery, Long Of The Battery

BATTERY If the electrolyte is swal- lowed, drink a lot of or milk, then Carefully p. 35 (MAINTENANCE). continue drinking of magnesia or #xF063; vegetable oil and a doctor with- Remember: 1 = 1.6 km out delay.

Page 56: Checking And The Terminals, Removing The Battery

AND CLEANING THE If necessary: REMOVING THE #x25C6; TERMINALS Make that the ignition switch is in position #x2248; #x2206;. read p. 55 (BATTERY). #x25C6; read p. 55 (BATTERY). Disconnect the negative (#x221A;) and then

Page 57: Checking The Electrolyte Recharging The Battery, Installing The

RECHARGING THE BATTERY Carefully p. 55 (BATTERY). #x25C6; Remove the from its compart- ment, see p. 56 THE BAT- TERY). #x25C6; and remove the element plugs. Check the electrolyte level, see (CHECKING THE ELECTROLYTE LEV-

Page 58: Changing The Fuse

In this case it is advisable to an If you use one of the spare fuse aprilia Dealer. (3), put a new fuse in the seat. If an electric component not work or works irregularly, or if the fails to start, it is necessary to the fuse (1).

Page 59: The Vertical Headlight Beam,

ADJUSTING To adjust the headlight BULBS #x25C6; THE VERTICAL BEAM Remove the front screen, see p. 51 (REMOVING THE FRONT read p. 35 (MAINTENANCE). To rapidly the correct direction of the TRANSPARENT beam, place the vehicle on ground, 10 #x25C6;.

Page 60: The Headlight Bulbs

CHANGING THE To reach the bulbs, proceed as To change the bulbs, proceed as BULBS lows: UPPER #x25C6; Manually withdraw the ele- Carefully read p. 59 #x25C6; Remove the front screen, ment of the bulb to be #x25C6;.

Page 61: Changing The Direction Indicator Bulbs

CHANGING THE FRONT Rotate the screen (4) towards For the reassembly: INDICATOR BULBS the inside, releasing the tang, then If the socket (6) has come out of its remove it. #x25C6; Carefully read p. 59 Act on the opening (5) and lock the bulb

Page 62: Changing The Dashboard

DASHBOARD LIGHTING BULBS Extract the bulb sockets one by in such a way as to avoid positioning incorrectly dur- ing the reassembly. Extract the bulb socket of the part in which there has a light de- crease: Pos.

63: Changing The Rear Light Changing The Number Plate

#x25C6; CHANGING Remove the screen (4). CHANGING THE PLATE #x25C6; BULB THE REAR LIGHT BULB press the bulb and rotate it clockwise. #x25C6; Carefully p. 59 (BULBS). Remove the bulb its seat.

Carefully read p. 59 #xF063;.

Page 64: Transport, The Fuel Tank

TRANSPORT Position the vehicle on the centre #x25C6; Stop the engine and until it has coo- led down. Prepare a container with excee- ding the fuel present in the tank and put it on the ground on the side of the vehicle.

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CLEANING #xF061; #xF061; A f t e r t h e v e h i c l e h a s b e e n with silicone wax only af- its braking functions ter having washed the could be temporarily vehicle.

Page 66: Long Of Inactivity, After A Period Of

#x25C6; LONG PERIODS OF Remove the battery, see p. 56 (REMOV- A PERIOD OF INACTIVITY ING THE BATTERY). After a long period of of the vehi- Uncover and clean the see p. 65 #x25C6; Wash and dry the vehicle, see p. 65 cle precautions are necessary to (CLEANING).

67: Technical Data

TECHNICAL DIMENSIONS Max. length. mm Max. width. 680 mm Max. (front part of the fairing 1070 mm Seat height. 795 mm between centres. 1180 mm ground clearance.

155 mm Weight for starting. 80 kg #xF031;.

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Fuel (reserve included). 8 reserve. 1,5 Transmission oil. 100 cm oil (reserve included). 1.6 Mixer oil 0.5 #xF031; Coolant. 1 (50% + 50% water) Seats. 1 (2 in the countries this is allowed) Vehicle

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FRAME Type. split in two cradles SUSPENSIONS hydraulically operated telescopic Stroke. 65 mm Rear. hydraulic absorber Stroke. 70 mm BRAKES disc brake, #xC6;155 mm hydraulic transmission Rear. brake, #xC6;110 mm, with transmission WHEELS RIMS.


IGNITION Type. CDI Spark 14#xB0; #xB1; 2#xB0; T.D.C. Standard spark NGK BR8 HS #xF031; Standard spark NGK BR8 HS Spark plug gap. 0.5 0.6 mm Engine idle rpm. #xB1; 100 rpm ELECTRIC Battery.

71: Lubricant Chart

LUBRICANT Transmission oil (recommended): F.C. SAE 75W 90 or GEAR SYNTH, SAE 75W — 90. As an to the recommended oil, it is possible to use oils with characteristics in with or superior to the A.P.I.

Aprilia Scarabeo 100 4T
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