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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
United States


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2002 Aprilia SR 50 Ditech (The Killer Bee (SR70))

Last updated Apr 13, 2009  

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This is an '02 "SR50" (DiTech) racing scooter that was purchased new and built by "the man" --> Scott aka SCOOTNFAST (.com). It started out as a pretty ordinary little scoot. Yellow SR50... top speed was around 40mph or so.

Now- this bike is a 70cc, and runs like a bat outta hell. It's LOUD and very fun to ride. I use it to commute to/from work and just ride and have fun with other "Scoots". haha


Displacement: 49.38 cc's (3.01 cubic inches)
Engine type: Single cylinder
Stroke: 2
Compression: 12.5:1
Bore x stroke: 1.6 x 1.5 inches (40.0 x 39.3 mm)
Fuel system: Electronic Direct Injection (DITECH)
Ignition: High power inductive
Starter: Electric
Lubrication system: Injection with electronic oil pump
Cooling system: Liquid
Transmission type: CVT
Final drive: Chain
Clutch: Automatic centrifugal dry clutch

Seat height: 678 mm (26.7 inches)
Overall height: 55.5 inches (1,410 mm)
Overall length: 73.4 inches (1,865 mm)
Overall width: 30.3 inches (770 mm)
Ground clearance: 9.8 inches (250 mm)
Wheelbase: 52.8 inches (1,340 mm)

Frame type: Split single-cradlle in high tensile tubular steel
Front suspension: Telescopic hydraulic fork mounted on offset steering stem.
Front suspension travel: 3.5 inches (90 mm)
Rear suspension: Engine functions as swinging fork swingarm, linked to the frame by dual connecting rods and two radial silent blocks.
Rear suspension travel: 2.8 inches (70 mm)
Front tire dimensions: 130/60-13
Rear tire dimensions: 130/60-13
Front brakes: Single disc
Front brakes diameter: 7.5 inches (190 mm)
Rear brakes: Single disc
Rear brakes diameter: 7.5 inches (190 mm)


Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 2.46 gallons (9.3 liters)

Factory Options

Ditech (direct-fuel injection)


Performance Modifications

-Polini 70cc Big Bore Kit
-Polini for Race Exhaust
-Malossi ECU
-Polini Performance Variator
-Polini Super Race Clutch
-Doppler Performance Air Filter
-Malossi Performance Reed Cage
-Malossi Carbon Reeds
-Malossi Kevlar Belt
-Bitubo Performance Gas Shock
-Michelin Bopper Tires
-Malossi 15/40 Rear Gear Kit
-In Line Air Filter on Compressed Air Line
-Air Pressure Gauge on Compressed Air Line
-Digital Speedometer
-NGK Platinum Spark Plug

Cosmetic Modifications

-Powder Coated Wheels
-Powder Coated Center Stand
-Ceramic Coated Exhaust
-Ceramic Coated Water Pump
-Stainless Steel Braided Hoses
-Yellow Alloy Foot Plates
-Chrome Conduit over all Electrical Wiring
-Carbon Fiber Mirrors With Turn Signals
-Painted Motor/Transmission Yellow
-Painted Calipers Red
-Painted Shocks Red
-Painted all Red and Black farings with gloss paint
-Custom Mesh in Front Grill
-Pro Grip Handle Grips
-Chrome Anti-Vibration Wheel-Weights
-Custom Rear Under Faring (Removed Mud Flap)
-Custom L.E.D. 3rd Brake Light and Turn Signals
-Mini Beetle Rear Turn Signals
-Wavy Disc Rotor on Front
-L.E.D. Under Lighting

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