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Products are available but removing it and cleaning it is easy and can be fun if you like amateur mechanics. Buy a repair manual for your bike and it will walk you through the process and you will have it for future projects and issues.
Depends on the type of seat that is on it. I don't think the stock seats are two piece. But, there are seats available to convert it to a solo bike. Mustang is the best buy for the money in my book. http://www.mustangseats.com/
if you buy a Power Commander from a company called Dynojet then yes you can adjust the system yourself however even if you get a power commander my suggestion is to take the bike to a dealership that has a Dynomometer and have the bike tuned on the Dyno that way you know exactly what your fuel is doing and you dont lean the mixture out to much
I am interested in buying a 6.5. I have seen some already and there is one which in a very condition and almost in the process of getting it but I am still I little bit insecure in relation to the spares parts fact since this bike is not made anymore and I will use it in a regular basis I wonder if is a good decision as such or better to buy another bike like a BMW 650?.
Does anyone have any thoughts,It is true that Aprilia have stop making the bike however you can still get parts from Italy and some parts on the bike are the same spec as the Aprilia Pegaso which are easily available. I have had my bike 3yrs now and have only replaced the battery (which most bike shops will stock)the bike is very reliable and looks a lot better than the BMW F650. The bike is a pleasure to ride as i do ride everyday.