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Aprilia Oil Filter Chart

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We’ve created this motorcycle oil filter lookup guide, to help you quickly find the right oil filter for your bike.

We’ve listed the make and model of bike, its engine capacity and production years, so that you can be double-sure you’re ordering the right filter.

We’ve then listed the part number for two of the most popular aftermarket oil filter brands: K&N and HifloFiltro so you can easily order the part through your local motorcycle dealer or just follow the link to where you can buy online.

We’ve also written a few handy guides, from the different oil filter removal tools you can use, to a conversion chart that converts the model numbers of the popular brands. We’ve also got an FAQ and a guide on how to do your first motorcycle oil change.

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Oil Filter Fitment Chart

MakeModelYearCCOil FilterPerformance
Aprilia100 Scarabeo 4T / Rst / Net01-15100  
Aprilia1000cc Aprilia Long Filter for use with Extended Filter Cover04-101000HF564 
Aprilia1100 V4 Tuono Factory15-171100HF138HF138RC
Aprilia1100 V4 Tuono RR15-171100HF138HF138RC
Aprilia1200 Caponord13-161200HF565 
Aprilia1200 Caponord Rally15-161200HF565 
Aprilia1200 Dorsoduro11-151200HF565 
Aprilia1200 Dorsoduro ABS11-151200HF565 
Aprilia1200 Dorsoduro ABS ATC14-161200HF565 
Aprilia125 Atlantic02-14125HF183 
Aprilia125 ETX84-87125  
Aprilia125 Habana99-02125HF181 
Aprilia125 Habana Custom99-02125HF181 
Aprilia125 Leonardo / ST96-05125HF185 
Aprilia125 Mojito03-10125HF183 
Aprilia125 Mojito Custom03-05125HF183 
Aprilia125 Mojito Retro / Custom99-02125HF181 
Aprilia125 RS411-17125HF563 
Aprilia125 Scarabeo (Piaggio Engine)03-05125HF183 
Aprilia125 Scarabeo (Rotax Engine)99-03125HF185 
Aprilia125 Scarabeo GT (Rotax Engine)02-03125HF185 
Aprilia125 Scarabeo GT / Street (Piaggio Engine)03-07125HF183 
Aprilia125 Scarabeo Light07-10125HF186 
Aprilia125 Scarabeo Light i.e.09-15125HF186 
Aprilia125 Scarabeo Net i.e.10-15125HF186 
Aprilia125 Sport City04-09125HF183 
Aprilia125 Sport City Cube08-13125HF183 
Aprilia125 Sport City One08-13125HF183 
Aprilia125 Sport City Street12-14125HF183 
Aprilia125 SR Max 4T11-15125HF183 
Aprilia125 SR Motard 4T12-16125HF183 
Aprilia125 Tuono17125HF563 
Aprilia150 Leonardo / ST96-05150HF185 
Aprilia150 Mojito03-08150HF183 
Aprilia150 Mojito Custom03-05150HF183 
Aprilia150 Scarabeo / GT99-03150HF185 
Aprilia200 Atlantic03-08200HF183 
Aprilia200 Scarabeo (Piaggio Engine)03-05200HF183 
Aprilia200 Scarabeo (Rotax Engine)99-03200HF185 
Aprilia200 Scarabeo GT (Rotax Engine)99-03200HF185 
Aprilia200 Scarabeo GT / Street (Piaggio Engine)03-07200HF183 
Aprilia200 Scarabeo Light07-10200HF186 
Aprilia200 Scarabeo Light i.e.09-15200HF186 
Aprilia200 Scarabeo Net i.e.10-15200HF186 
Aprilia200 Sport City04-09200HF183 
Aprilia200 Sport City Cube08-13200HF183 
Aprilia250 Atlantic04-06250HF183 
Aprilia250 Atlantic i.e.06-09250HF183 
Aprilia250 Leonardo99-06250  
Aprilia250 Scarabeo (Piaggio Engine)03-05250HF183 
Aprilia250 Scarabeo GT (Piaggio Engine)04-06250HF183 
Aprilia250 Scarabeo i.e. / Light06-11250HF183 
Aprilia250 Sport City Cube i.e.08-13250HF183 
Aprilia250 Sport City i.e.06-09250HF183 
Aprilia300 Atlantic i.e.10-14300HF183 
Aprilia300 Leonardo99-06300  
Aprilia300 Scarabeo Light / Special09-13300HF183 
Aprilia300 Sport City Cube i.e. / Street08-14300HF183 
Aprilia300 SR Max11-15300HF183 
Aprilia311 TX / ADV / M85-93311HF151 
Aprilia320 TR78-84320HF151 
Aprilia350 ETX85-89350HF151 
Aprilia350 ETX Tuareg Wind86-92350HF151 
Aprilia400 Atlantic Sprint06-09400HF184 
Aprilia400 Scarabeo / Light06-09400HF184 
Aprilia450 MXV08-15450HF575 
Aprilia450 RXV Enduro06-15450HF563 
Aprilia450 SXV Street Legal09450HF563 
Aprilia450 SXV Super Moto06-15450HF563 
Aprilia50 Amico LX / Sport / GL92-0850  
Aprilia50 Area 5198-50  
Aprilia50 ET Fire / AE84-8750  
Aprilia50 ETX84-8750  
Aprilia50 Gulliver Air / LC9450  
Aprilia50 Gulliver Air / LC95-50  
Aprilia50 Habana / Custom99-0350  
Aprilia50 Moijto Custom (Piaggio Engine)04-0950  
Aprilia50 Moijto Retro / Custom99-0350  
Aprilia50 Rally Air / LC9450  
Aprilia50 Rally Air / LC95-0450  
Aprilia50 RS412-1750  
Aprilia50 RX89-9050  
Aprilia50 Scarabeo 2T Street (Minarelli Engine)93-0650  
Aprilia50 Scarabeo 2T Street / Rst / Net (Piaggio Engine)05-1550  
Aprilia50 Scarabeo 4T Rst / Quattro / 4T-4V / Net03-1550  
Aprilia50 Scarabeo Di-Tech01-0750  
Aprilia50 Sonic / LC / GP98-0850  
Aprilia50 Sport City One / Street 2T08-1550  
Aprilia50 Sport City One 4T08-1350  
Aprilia50 Sport City One 4T-4V11-1450  
Aprilia50 SR Air Esquire / Wave93-9650  
Aprilia50 SR Air Urban Kid / Sunfire / Viper93-9650  
Aprilia50 SR Di-Tech (Aprilia Engine)00-0450  
Aprilia50 SR H2O Racing / Sport (Aprilia Engine)00-0450  
Aprilia50 SR H2O Racing / Stealth (Minarelli Engine)97-0050  
Aprilia50 SR LC Replica93-9650  
Aprilia50 SR Motard 2T12-1650  
Aprilia50 SR R / SBK / Factory (Piaggio Engine)04-1250  
Aprilia50 SR Street / IE (Piaggio Engine)03-1550  
Aprilia50 SR WWW / Netscaper (Minarelli Engine)97-0250  
Aprilia500 Atlantic01-05500HF184 
Aprilia500 Atlantic Sprint05-09500HF184 
Aprilia500 Scarabeo GT / ABS02-06500HF184 
Aprilia500 Scarabeo Light06-13500HF184 
Aprilia550 RXV Enduro06-14550HF563 
Aprilia550 SXV Street Legal09550HF563 
Aprilia550 SXV Super Moto06-14550HF563 
Aprilia6.5 Moto95-01650HF151 
Aprilia6.5 Stark 650HF151 
Aprilia600 ETX / Pegaso / Tuareg85-93600HF151 
Aprilia650 Pegaso93-96650HF151 
Aprilia650 Pegaso97-99650HF151 
Aprilia650 Pegaso Cube00650HF151 
Aprilia650 Pegaso i.e.01-04650HF151 
Aprilia650 Pegaso i.e. Tuscany Tibet Raid04650HF151 
Aprilia660 Pegaso Street / Trail / Factory05-14660HF145 
Aprilia850 Mana / ABS07-16850HF565 
Aprilia850 Mana GT / ABS09-15850HF565 
Aprilia850 SRV / ABS12-16850HF565 
ApriliaETV 1000 Caponord01-081000HF152 
ApriliaETV 1000 Caponord Rally Raid041000HF152 
ApriliaRST 1000 Futura01-061000HF152 
ApriliaRSV 1000 Mille99-041000HF152 
ApriliaRSV 1000 R04-051000HF152 
ApriliaRSV 1000 R Factory04-091000HF152 
ApriliaRSV 1000 R Mille00-031000HF152 
ApriliaRSV 1000 R Nera04-081000HF152 
ApriliaRSV 1000 R Tuono04-101000HF152 
ApriliaRSV 1000 R Tuono Factory05-101000HF152 
ApriliaRSV 1000 RSV4 R09-111000HF138HF138RC
ApriliaRSV 1000 RSV4 R APRC / ABS12-141000HF138HF138RC
ApriliaRSV 1000 RSV4 R APRC Factory / ABS11-141000HF138HF138RC
ApriliaRSV 1000 RSV4 R APRC Factory SE11-141000HF138HF138RC
ApriliaRSV 1000 RSV4 R Factroy10-121000HF138HF138RC
ApriliaRSV 1000 RSV4 V4R Tuono11-131000HF138HF138RC
ApriliaRSV 1000 RSV4 V4R Tuono APRC12-131000HF138HF138RC
ApriliaRSV 1000 RSV4 V4R Tuono APRC ABS141000HF138HF138RC
ApriliaRSV 1000 SL Mille001000HF152 
ApriliaRSV 1000 SP Mille00-011000HF152 
ApriliaRSV 1000 Tuono Fighter03-041000HF152 
ApriliaRSV 1000 Tuono Racing041000HF152 
ApriliaRSV4 Racing Factory LE171000HF138HF138RC
ApriliaRSV4 RF15-161000HF138HF138RC
ApriliaRSV4 RR15-171000HF138HF138RC
ApriliaSL 1000 Falco00-061000HF152 
ApriliaSL 750 Shiver / ABS07-16750HF565 
ApriliaSL 750 Shiver GT / ABS09-15750HF565 
ApriliaSMV 750 Dorsoduro / ABS08-16750HF565 
ApriliaSMV 750 Dorsoduro Factory / ABS10-15750HF565 

Oil Filter Removal Tools

There is a multitude of ways to remove your oil filter. If you have a suspicion it’s going to be tight or stuck on, then the night before, spray a penetrating spray around the seal to help it loosen. It can be frustrating if it won’t come off but be careful not to butcher it and rip the filter casing or it will become even harder to remove. A good tap around the seal with a rubber hammer can also help break the seal. Use the right tools and use your brains not brute force.

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By Hand

If your filter is easy to access and you can get a good purchase on it, then you can loosen it off by hand. Obviously, if you’re draining the oil, the engine should be warm and so the filter will be hot but you can ‘crack’ it off to break the seal, then warm the engine up, drain the oil and then continue to remove the oil filter by hand.

oil filter removal tool rubber gloves - Aprilia Oil Filter Chart

With Rubber Gloves

As above but disposable rubber gloves or mechanic’s workshop gloves will offer you a bit more purchase and enable you to get some more torque to that filter!

oil filter removal tool wrench - Aprilia Oil Filter Chart

Oil Filter Removal Socket

A cheap and commonly used tool. The oil filter removal socket fits to a 1/4″ ratchet drive or T-bar. It pays to ensure your filter is clean before you use this tool as a dirt y filter is hard to grip. A bit of disc-brake cleaner and a cloth should do it. If you need to get a bit more purchase you can use masking or gaffa tape around the filter or fit a couple of elastic bands.

oil filter removal tool rubber chain - Aprilia Oil Filter Chart

Oil Filter Chain Tool

A chain tool is also a decent weapon in your oil filter removal arsenal. You wrap it around the filter and then twist it. As you twist, you’ll probably dent the filter but that also helps the tool grip. You can then tighten it up a link and twist again. Handy if your filter has been fitted by the Incredible Hulk at your local motorcycle dealer.

oil filter removal tool rubber belt - Aprilia Oil Filter Chart

Oil Filter Removal Belt

Similar to the chain tool, the removal belt comes in a few different formats. Some have a metal belt (not as good), others have rubber or a nylon wave (the sort of thing a seatbelt is made from. You hand tighten them and twist. They’re useful to get a stuck filter off as you can use one hand on the tool and the other hand on the filter.

oil filter removal tool rubber 3 leg adapter - Aprilia Oil Filter Chart

3-Leg Oil Filter Socket

Similar to the conventional socket, the three-legged socket bites into the oil filter and can be used across a range of different sizes. So a handy tool to have if you own multiple bikes.

oil filter removal tool screwdriver - Aprilia Oil Filter Chart

Stab it with a Screwdriver

Stab a big screwdriver through your oil filter and twist it. I’m not a big fan of this method as A) it’s messy and B) if you get it wrong, you end up tearing half of the filter off and then it’s a total pain in the wotsits to remove the remnants as none of the other tools will work. To reduce the chances of this happening, get the screwdriver in one side and out of the other.

oil filter removal tool make your own - Aprilia Oil Filter Chart

Make Your Own

If you don’t have an oil filter removal tool, you can make your own. They say a picture paints a thousand words which must mean this Youtube video paints 10,000. It’s fairly self-explanatory. I’ve not done it myself but it definitely looks like a good ‘get you out of a hole’ solution. 

Don’t forget the crush washer!

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A crush washer is used to seal the sump plug and to prevent engine oil leaking out. It is made from a soft alloy (usually copper) and will ‘crush’ when you tighten it up, creating a better seal than the sump plug will on its own.

They cost pennies so it doesn’t make sense to try and reuse your old one or not use one at all.

However, even if you do buy a new one, it’s easy to forget to use it. When I remove the sump plug, I throw the old crush washer away immediately, fit the new crush washer and then use some making tape to hold it in place. The tape also slows me down when I come to refit the sump plug and makes me double-check everything.

You can buy a box of crush washers here or from this link.

OEM Vs Aftermarket oil filters

You might be wondering whether you should use a factory oil filter or an aftermarket one. 

These days, most manufacturers source their oil filters from the same companies that produce the aftermarket ones.

In some cases, the manufacturer might specify slightly different materials (perhaps a thicker casing) but if you buy a filter from a reputable brand (like K&N, HifloFiltro, Bosch, FRAM, Purolator) you’ll be in safe hands. 

Cheap oil filters tend to skimp on areas that are hard to spot but can make a difference. They can have a thinner casing, which can rip when you go to remove it and the sealing washer can be of poor quality, causing the filter to leak. Quality aftermarket oil filters are absolutely fine but penny-pinching on a cheap oil filter is asking for trouble.

Your First Motorcycle Oil Change

If you’ve not changed your motorcycle’s oil before, it can be daunting. However, with the right tools and a good idea of what you’re doing, anyone can change their motorcycle’s oil. It will save you money and you’ll know it’s been done properly.

Need some pointers? We’ve put together this motorcycle oil change guide to run you through the process.

Oil Filter Conversion Chart

If you’re choosing an aftermarket oil filter, two of the most popular brands are K&N and HifloFiltro. The table below shows you the direct model number conversions, which, on the face of it, are fairly logical. Click the link and you’ll be taken to an online retailer where you can order your filter.

Click here for K&NClick here for HiFlo
Click here for K&NClick here for HiFlo

Motorcycle Oil Filter FAQ

Should you change the oil filter every time?
Yes. A fresh filter will filter out any particles, whereas an old filter won't be as efficient. If a filter blocks up, it could cause engine wear but most motorcycles have a bypass valve to prevent catastrophic failure due to oil starvation. An oil filter is a few quid, it's a false economy to reuse an old one.

Can you use the same oil filter twice?
You can but it's not worth it. Not only will the old filter not function as well as a new one but it might not fit back on as well either, potentially coming loose and causing you all sorts of problems.

How tight should the oil filter be?
I work to hand tight plus 180-degrees but consult your owner's manual if you're unsure.

Does an oil filter have a reverse thread?
Nope. They're conventional. When they are stuck on, you can doubt yourself but it's lefty-loosey, righty-tighty.

What happens if you overtighten the oil filter?
There's no need to overtighten it. You can crush the body of the filter or cause a leak if you overtighten it. If it goes on tight, you can be sure it'll be harder to get off!

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