The Official Aprilia SR-50 Forum

Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by 2k6sr50, May 6, 2006.

  1. 2k6sr50

    2k6sr50 n00b

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    i currently own a 2006 sr50. it is at the shop right now getting de-restricted ,adding leo-vince chrome/carbon fiber exhaust and a malossi 70cc kit w/ecu.

    i was told it is supposed to do around the 75mph range when its done. but from the factory it was a dwag topping out at 30mph.

    it looks great , handles great and stops great too.

    if you have pics please post them along with your mods ands where you are located . id like to ride with you guys if you are in the NY area.
    here are some pics of mine

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  2. Srbenda

    Srbenda Embassy of South Carolina

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    No way on Gods Green Earth is that going to hit 75mph.


    Unless its dropped off of a building or on a flat bed tow truck.
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  3. Ngorongoro

    Ngorongoro boon

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    With the setup above you will probably get 60-65 mph top speed on the flat. You will need to play with the roller weights and clutch springs to fine tune the acceleration versus top speed that you desire.

    Make sure to run the correct oil or you will have a world of problems.
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  4. 2k6sr50

    2k6sr50 n00b

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    the bike already goes 55mph with only the de-restriction .the pipe and the 70cc kit should def bring me to 75mph

    clutch springs and roller weights were done with the de-restriction process .
    hey there is only one way to find out ...when i get it back ill post pics of the speedo when and if i reach that speed
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  5. Plan B

    Plan B "Never Cry Shitwolf"

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    mine has been re-mapped and I can cruise all day at 49 (indicated) and I've hit 57 going down a hill....
    Not sure about spending the money on all the mods though. I'd be mighty impressed of the new pipe and 70cc kit got you 75. (and then remain reliable too)
    You'll have to let us know how it works out.

    BTW, orange ones are faster......
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  6. 2k6sr50

    2k6sr50 n00b

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    i will definatly leyt you know how it works out...you have any pics of your bike?
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  7. Arch

    Arch Incurable Gearhead

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    You can't sling a limp pasta noodle around here without hitting a 70cc kitted SR50. As has been mentioned, your tweaked 'Priller should do maybe 65 actual mph.
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    Motomech Adventurer in Latin Amer.

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  9. 2k6sr50

    2k6sr50 n00b

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    whats a priller?

    hey guys i could def be wrong and as it seems i might be wrong but i was told by someone at malossi that with my mods i should be doing 75..it seems logical tho no ? im doing 55mph without the 70cc kit and with 20cc more 10mph doesnt seem like alot . am i right?
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  10. Ngorongoro

    Ngorongoro boon

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    "Priller" is a nickname for Aprilia.

    Go to the AF1 Racing Aprilia Forum to read more about the mods you are undertaking and the resulting increases in performance.
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  11. jktpa

    jktpa X-Troller

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    Christ it will seem like a 100 no matter what it runs!
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  12. Fast50

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    Any updates on the Malossi 70cc kit? I just picked one up last week. Any performance enhancements would be quite welcome. I only wish the availability / selection of parts was better. It seems the only option we have is the Malossi (with the new ECU) or the Polini. I can't hardly find any info on which parts fit the '06. Do you guys think we could start to compile a list of parts by manufacturer and include the part numbers. I think this would be a gret help if we could consolidate this, difficult to find, information.

    Cheers,
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  14. kdude

    kdude orgasmatron engineer

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    That was one heck of a cool scooter... was it a moded SR50 ? It didn't look like anything i've seen... Hp :clap
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  15. Fast50

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    Where can I get one? I'll take two of 'em!

    Seriously, I really wish we had a more sufficient parts network here in the US. The SR50 based scoots are a great bike. There should be a hell of alot more parts and aftermarket accessories for them. The same can be said for the Super 9 as well, Kdude (didn't want to leave you out).

    Cheers,
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  16. before they started revamping their site, you could read (if you can read french) that the scoot in that video was built on a yamaha zuma. tail section from ducati 916, custom for the rest. these guys are scooter crazy...they would rather spend 5000$ modding a 50cc scoot to do 80-90mph than buy a bike that does it stock. It can be done, and with a cvt intact, but modified.

    If you're looking for a great place for parts to speed up your scoot...the other place I found that is great is www.50cc.nl . huuuuge selection of stuff you can't get here. plus as a friend told me about them...they do this stuff everyday so they are more likely to be able to help you do what those here say can't be done.

    here's the list of catagories for the zuma on their site: it's called a bw's there and here in canada.
    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=740 border=0><TBODY><TR vAlign=top><TD width=175 bgColor=#999999>Make: yamaha
    Model: bw's

    Select Part:
    Tuning Parts:
    crankshaft
    carburettor
    cdi unit
    clutch
    clutch spring kit
    cylinder kit
    cylinderhead
    drive belt
    exhaust
    ignition
    intake manifold
    power box
    power filter
    reedvalve
    reedvalve reeds
    rpm limitters
    shockabsorbers
    special parts
    torque driver
    transmision set
    variator
    variator plate kit
    variator weight kit

    <!-- Andere delen -->Other Parts:
    accessories
    body parts
    gearset
    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
    :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :deal :deal :deal :clap :clap :clap
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  17. kdude

    kdude orgasmatron engineer

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    thanks bush monkey :rofl i'll check it out... Hp
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  18. yachtdog

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    I just got my 2006 ditech sr 50 back from the shop.New:70cc polini big bore,leo vince carbon pipe,clutch,shock de restrected/re mapped ect.I only top out at 58 mph.Great low end and up hill power,but no 60-65 mph.What else can I do?Is there another re map?Or somethig we missed?
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  19. kdude

    kdude orgasmatron engineer

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    I think that you should work with the roller weights. Does the 50 pull hard out of the blocks or it there some hesitation ?
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  20. Photog

    Photog Charismatic Megafauna Administrator

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    might need some fiddling with the weights. :dunno It might not hook up as quickly off the start but you could get that top end.

    OTOH, topping out at 58 with great low end and climbing power sure sounds good! :D
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