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    Question Sport City Service Manual

    Hi there,

    I am trying to track down a Service Manual or any information on servicing for the Aprilia Sport City. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Many thanks...

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    Booklets used to be available "Free" under customer service at Aprilia's main webpage. Looks like they a charging for them now. Bummer!

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    This might help you out. I googled "aprilia sport city booklet" and got this "Use and Maintenance Booklet":
    http://www.serviceaprilia.com/public...CDN%202006.pdf

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    That's great

    THanks for that, it looks like that will do the job for servicing, it would still be good to get the full maintenance manual if anybody comes across it.

    Thanks again.

    Dave

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    Bigfoot,

    Parts diagrams are here:-

    http://www.easyparts.nl/choosesubmod...h=0-1-34-m1769

    A brilliant website for bits.


    Maintenance chart:- You'll have to copy this and reconstruct it.

    2.1.2. SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE CHART

    (4 columns, one description and 3 of data)

    (column 2)
    After running-
    in [1000 km
    (621 mi)]

    (column 3)
    Every 6000 km
    (3728 mi) or
    8 months

    (column 4)
    Every 12000 km
    (7456 mi) or
    16 months


    Rear shock absorbers 1 1 -
    Battery - terminals 1 1 -
    Spark plug 1 1 3
    Carburettor - idling 4 - 1
    Air filter - 2 -
    Throttle operation 1 1 -
    Brake locking operation 1 1 -
    Converter grease - 3 -
    Stop light switch - 1 -
    Every 1000 km (621 mi) 1.
    Coolant 1
    Every sixteen months: 3
    Every 1000 km (621 mi) 1.
    Engine oil 3
    Every 6000 km (: 3728 mi): 3
    Every 6000 km (3728 mi): 1.
    Transmission fluid 3
    Every 24000 km (14913 mi): 3
    Headlight beam direction - operation - 1 -
    Tyres Inflation pressure every month: 1
    Battery terminals tightening 1
    Front suspension 1 1 -
    Brake pad wear 1 every 2000 km: 1



    1 = check and clean, adjust, lubricate or change, if necessary; 2 = clean; 3= change; 4= adjust.
    Carry out the maintenance operations more frequently if you use the vehicle in rainy and dusty areas or on uneven
    ground.

    ++++++++++++++++
    Above here, Aprilia say "user maintainable"
    ++++++++++++++++
    below here requires special tools and knowhow
    ++++++++++++++++

    Idle mixture (CO) - 1
    Converter belt - 1 3
    Steering tube bearings 1 1 -
    Engine oil filter 3 3 -
    Wheel bearings - 1 -
    Secondary air scoop filter - 2 -
    Converter cover air filter - 2 -
    Clutch jaws - - 1
    Valve clearance - 1 -
    Brake fluid 1 1 Every 2 years: 3
    Front suspension fluid 1 1 3
    Engine oil filter screen and magnetic screw 1 1 -
    Converter rollers and converter plastic guides - 1 3
    Wheels - tyres - 1 -
    Nut, bolt, screw tightening 1 1 -
    Cylinder head nut tightening 1 - -
    Draining brake fluid 1 - -
    Fuel hose - 1 Every two years: 3

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    OK, I have manuals for the SportCity now.

    One for bodywork and one for motor

    Around 4Mb each when Zipped

    PM me.

    Changed drive belt and rollers last week.
    Dropped in Malossi rollers and it's a bit more zippy.

    Also, the steering head bearings were notchy, so I pulled 'em out and fronted the dealer for replacements. OK, tell me again, I heard 7 to 9 weeks for delivery. OK, that IS what you said.

    Cleaned 'em up, greased 'em carefully, refitted them, rotated 60 degrees and adjusted carefully. They'll do until the two months parts delivery is over. No aftermarket, special bearing sizes.

    Aprilia parts supply sucks bigtime.

    The bearings had been overtight from the factory and were grinding themselves to bits. Steering response was a bit ordinary and wobbly

    There is a lot of plastic to remove and it's kinda tricky working out what comes off in what order, so you don't break stuff. The manual is very useful for that.

    The new Vespa 250ie I have on loan is looking very attractive as a keeper. Can get parts for these all over town.

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    please send me the manuals at lobradovich@comcast.net

    Does anyone know hot to turn the service maintenance light off. Just change the oil for the first time but can not turn the light off. It is not described in the user manual. The dealer is lazy and won't tell me over the phone. Probably they never have done one.

    Thanks

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    Can you give me one copy please
    vlgiang@live.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by abikebloke View Post
    OK, I have manuals for the SportCity now.

    One for bodywork and one for motor

    Around 4Mb each when Zipped

    PM me.

    Changed drive belt and rollers last week.
    Dropped in Malossi rollers and it's a bit more zippy.

    Also, the steering head bearings were notchy, so I pulled 'em out and fronted the dealer for replacements. OK, tell me again, I heard 7 to 9 weeks for delivery. OK, that IS what you said.

    Cleaned 'em up, greased 'em carefully, refitted them, rotated 60 degrees and adjusted carefully. They'll do until the two months parts delivery is over. No aftermarket, special bearing sizes.

    Aprilia parts supply sucks bigtime.

    The bearings had been overtight from the factory and were grinding themselves to bits. Steering response was a bit ordinary and wobbly

    There is a lot of plastic to remove and it's kinda tricky working out what comes off in what order, so you don't break stuff. The manual is very useful for that.

    The new Vespa 250ie I have on loan is looking very attractive as a keeper. Can get parts for these all over town.

    Hey Dude what size, and weight Malossi rollers did you drop in your Sportcity 250 ?
    Could you please weigh your old Rollers individually (if you still have them)
    I measured my stock rollers and they are 20.9/17 and the weight is around 13.5 grams each.
    The Malossi rollers I put in were slightly smaller at 20/17 -13gram, but seem to have got rid of the huge flat spot from takeoff!!

    I have ordered a set of 12.5gram weights which are due in a couple of days..Just to see if she performs any better..I'll post results
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    hi, can you sent it to me too? thanks! miltonso@sbcglobal.net.

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    2009 Aprilia SportCity 125 Manual please...Thanks

    Hello and good day.

    I am new to the forum and new to scooters. Been racing Dirt Bikes for years. I have several KTM DirtBikes and Adventure Bikes. i am looking for a Manual for my 2009 Aprilia SportCity 125. If you have one or could email please let me know.

    jeff.devincent@comcast.net

    Thanks in advance for your help and assistance.

    Quote Originally Posted by abikebloke View Post
    OK, I have manuals for the SportCity now.

    One for bodywork and one for motor

    Around 4Mb each when Zipped

    PM me.

    Changed drive belt and rollers last week.
    Dropped in Malossi rollers and it's a bit more zippy.

    Also, the steering head bearings were notchy, so I pulled 'em out and fronted the dealer for replacements. OK, tell me again, I heard 7 to 9 weeks for delivery. OK, that IS what you said.

    Cleaned 'em up, greased 'em carefully, refitted them, rotated 60 degrees and adjusted carefully. They'll do until the two months parts delivery is over. No aftermarket, special bearing sizes.

    Aprilia parts supply sucks bigtime.

    The bearings had been overtight from the factory and were grinding themselves to bits. Steering response was a bit ordinary and wobbly

    There is a lot of plastic to remove and it's kinda tricky working out what comes off in what order, so you don't break stuff. The manual is very useful for that.

    The new Vespa 250ie I have on loan is looking very attractive as a keeper. Can get parts for these all over town.

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    you can download the official manual here
    http://www.af1racing.com/store/Scrip...idproduct=9179

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