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    i know i had a qoute but it is private work about 100

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    Still a lot when it can be done in a day by yourself as that 100 could get you some jets and a 21mm carb
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    i just cba mate it may be less as he is always working on my 125 kart engine and thats was with him not long ago so fingers crossed and the carb should only be a couple of weeks so not to long then the re spray

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    You're getting someone else to do the work for you? Do you think they care about the bike? Dont you want to learn? DO IT YOURSELF.

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    Lolol

    Get your confidence back with Aprilia.

    caution: the use of motorcycles may be habit forming. side effects include purchasing multiple examples of the same bike, in different states of tune, different years, or different models altogether. some motorcycles may be not running when purchased. some parts are no longer available. there are rare instances where aprilias are bought over the internet and upon arrival, they are not as were originally disclosed. there is a small group of people who cannot handle two stroke engines and motorcycle maintenance. if this is the case, you may not be a candidate for Aprilia RS250's.

    Aprilia. Ask your doctor if the RS250 is right for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apriliamandan View Post
    You're getting someone else to do the work for you? Do you think they care about the bike? Dont you want to learn? DO IT YOURSELF.
    Sorry I know you guys like your bikes but to me it's just another rs50 it's really nothing special to me as long as it goes I don't care

    and the guy doing me engine will probably care more about it than I do if I done the work lol

    anr no I don't want to Lern lol

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    Need to learn how to spell first before trying anything with bikes
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    Aprilia RX50
    19.5 polini carb with polini pod filter and malossi reeds
    Technigas Stainless Steel
    15/46 sprockets
    top pink with s line crank and skf bearings
    lightened flywheel with top yellow CDI
    flowed cases
    stock clutch with malossi stiff springs with 3mm spacers

    The Fastest Am6 With Proof On Here


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zav View Post
    Need to learn how to spell first before trying anything with bikes
    I will never need to learn then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zav View Post
    Need to learn how to spell first before trying anything with bikes
    Did you ever take a look at your own posts...

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    any way moving on and someone tell me what oil mixture i need as i do not want to use the auto feed
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by rs.driver View Post
    any way moving on and someone tell me what oil mixture i need as i do not want to use the auto feed
    thanks

    Why dont you want to use auto lube system? Seems crazy if you're using it on the road.

    Best option is to use auto lube and premix an extra 100:1 in the petrol as I have said previously.

    RS250's use auto lube, RS125's use auto lube...theres nothing wrong with it!

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    Spec :
    • Airsal 80cc Single ringer
    • Dellorto 25mm Carburettor
    • Race Crankshaft
    • Yasuni R3 pipe
    • C4 Main bearings
    • Ram Air Foam filter
    • Malossi 0.35 Reeds
    • 14:47 Sprockets

    No Smoke No Poke !!

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    Premix only 1:35... but i also Always used the oilpump and than added axtra oil trough the feul to compensate for the extra feul consumption v.s. fully stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS_Patrick View Post
    Did you ever take a look at your own posts...
    I literally just spat out my drink on to the keyboard....Damn you patrick

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    How do you cut the swing arm and how to do brace it ect ?

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    you can cut it with a saw, a cutoff wheel, etc.

    i gtaw / tig welded the brace in. there's more info in my projects thread

    Get your confidence back with Aprilia.

    caution: the use of motorcycles may be habit forming. side effects include purchasing multiple examples of the same bike, in different states of tune, different years, or different models altogether. some motorcycles may be not running when purchased. some parts are no longer available. there are rare instances where aprilias are bought over the internet and upon arrival, they are not as were originally disclosed. there is a small group of people who cannot handle two stroke engines and motorcycle maintenance. if this is the case, you may not be a candidate for Aprilia RS250's.

    Aprilia. Ask your doctor if the RS250 is right for you.

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