Aprilia SR 50 Ditech Motorcycles Reviews (7)
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2007-01-08 2003 Aprilia SR 50 Ditech Scooters View Listings

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I bought this scooter in 2005. I really enjoy riding it around town, it's a real gas saver. The SR is very comfortable to ride and quick. The fuel injection makes it easy to start everytime. I have upgraded the exhaust and clutch to get a little more top end, now it will go around 50 mph.
- Eric Holmes, Salina, Kansas

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2005-02-07 2003 Aprilia SR 50 Ditech Scooters View Listings

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Overall this is a great scooter. I have been riding it daily for almost two years and it has a lot of miles on it now. When I can keep it running, it runs like a champ. For the last five months though I have had a lot of problems. The spark plugs continue to foul and I can't find anyone in my area that can figure out why. I have only found two dealerships near me that will even look at it, everyone just says they are too complicated.
- melissa, upper malboro, Maryland

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2003-08-15 2003 Aprilia SR 50 Ditech Scooters View Listings

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Just gost mine. It's my second scoot. The first one was a Piaggio Typhoon. There is no comparison! On a scale from one to ten, Ditech is 10 and Piaggio is 2! Try it and risk getting adicted imediatelely. (Mine is direstricted by means of a gameboy..)
- Tommy, Nordby, Denmark

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2003-04-24 2002 Aprilia SR 50 Ditech Scooters View Listings

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Bought new 7/2002. Now have 2,700 miles. Also own BMW K12RS. Great high tech engine. 85 miles per gallon, agree with everything posted on previous two reviews. Would add, lighting at night is weak. Scooter is fun to ride, corners well, has 13 inch wheels and acts similar to a motorcycle. Rarely wait for turn lights with long traffic lines because it's so short I can go up the adjacent lane and merge into the turn lane with the "huge" gaps that slow moving SUVs and trucks leave. What fun! Great for small errands or to go get a quick bite to eat.
- DPSCOTT, Bedford, Texas

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2003-04-18 2002 Aprilia SR 50 Ditech Scooters View Listings

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Just made it through the winter on my Ditech SR50, commuting everyday through Washington, DC city traffic. What a fantastic little bike, especially with the low fuel and maintenance costs, free parking at any given lamp post, etc. I didn't expect the all of the nods and comments from 'real' bikers, but on most of the roads around here (where you can't accelerate like lightning), we're pretty much even. Definitely de-restrict it, and have them change the injector settings with the gameboy. My next step is to replace the stock roller weights to bring the peak torque down into traffic-speed ranges - right now acceleration is best between 40 and 55 mph, and hills are a bit of a slow affair without a running start. Changing the weights should bring the peak torque down into the 25-35 mph range, which should help a bit. Handling and braking are absolutely superb, and the thing's so light and nimble that it's easy to oversteer and end up cornering in a succession of straight lines. Low speed handling is excellent, and you can even track stand it at most traffic lights and stop signs. I rarely put my feet down. Wet weather handling is safe as houses, and even the occasional spot of ice is manageable. Got a bit sideways on a bridge in town in January, and steered my way out of difficulty without even getting my heart rate up much. NOT a highway bike, but fantastic in town, even in busy traffic.
- Erik H., Silver Spring, Maryland

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2003-03-31 2003 Aprilia SR 50 Ditech Scooters View Listings

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If the 2003 model is anything like the 2001 model, you're getting a great performing little bike, but it's no Spree! This bike has sweet handling at parking lot speeds and high speeds (50+ derestricted). Solidly built, nice finish and sporty style. Direct injection has great economy and performance. Mileage is still near 90 mpg after derestricting and, there are aftermarket parts for more boost (variator, kevlar belt, exhaust, etc.).
- Amy Kongslie, Monona (Madison), Wisconsin

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2003-02-02 2002 Aprilia SR 50 Ditech Scooters View Listings

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I bought a SR 50, the H2O model, in October 02 and now(Feb 01, 03) have 700 miles on it. I am 58, must be in my second childhood for I love the bike. I look for errands around town to so I can use it. It does not give the 100 miles per gallon I thought it should, must have a heavy hand on the throttle for I get about 85. She begins to wheeze a bit on going uphill but is quick enought on the flats. You would have to be crazy to take it on the highway but accept the bike for what it is, a fun, relative cheap way to get around town. I live in a small town and it works great. I'm not sure I would want to try it in a large city with heavy traffic but then I am a country boy. I really don't want to try much of anything in a large city with heavy traffic. I will add this, I might move up to something bigger, something I can ride on the highway. Yet, the automatic transmission is so nice for the stop and go in town traffic where I do 90 percent of my driving. Fun transportation.
- Scotty McLaughlin, Marble Falls, Texas

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