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Common service parts
MP3 400 parts
Lights
Headlights
High beam: H1
Low beam: H1
Filters
Crankcase Oil Filter
Piaggio p/n 82960R / 82658R
HifloFiltro HF184 / 873656 [1]
Malossi 0313383

Also fits [2]
Piaggio: 400 X8 06-08, 400 X-Evo 07-08, 400 MP3 MIC / LT 08-10, 400 MP3 07-08, 400 Beverly Tourer 08-09, 400 Beverly i.e. 06-08, 500 Beverly 03-08, 500 Beverly Cruiser 07-09, 500 X9 02-03, 500 X9 Evolution 03-09
Gilera: 500 Fuoco 07-09, 500 Nexus / SP 03-09
Aprilia: 400 Atlantic Sprint 06-09, 400 Scarabeo / Light 06-09, 500 Scarabeo Light 06-10, 500 Scarabeo GT / ABS 02-06, 500 Atlantic Sprint 05-09, 500 Atlantic 02-05
Malaguti: 500 Spider Max 04-10
Peugeot: 400 Sat RS / Black Sat 08-09, 400 Satelis 07-09, 400 Geo RS 08-09, 400 Geopolis 07-09, 500 Geopolis 07-09, 500 Satelis 07-09

Possible interchanges
AC Delco PF2123
Fram PH3816 / TG3387A
NAPA 1374
Purolator L10183
STP S3816
Wix 51374

[1] The Hiflo HF184 has unusual facets, so the standard Piaggio cap-style tool (available from Scooterwest) might not work. The MP3's oil filter housing makes it difficult or impossible to use a contracting-band type tool, and the narrow space between the housing and filter eliminates most contracting "finger" types. However I was able to squeeze a Performance Tool W54073 cap-style tool, purchased from Advance Auto Parts, onto the HF184, and the stamped sheet metal W54073 is thin enough to clear the housing. (A similar tool from NAPA, p/n 77-3862, fits the filter reasonably well but because it is plastic, it's too thick to fit inside the housing.) Getting the W54073 off the filter afterward takes some doing; I put a 3/8" square nut on the end of a long machine screw, inserted it into the socket drive hole, turned it 45, and pulled on the screw to remove the tool from the filter.

[2] Source: Hiflo
Spark Plug
NGK [1]
CR7EKB (specified)
CR7EIX [2]
CR8EB
CR8EIB
CR8EIX
Piaggio p/n 829981-5

Champion
RG6YC (.438073)
Piaggio p/n 828708-5


[1] NGK p/n codes:
-7- = hotter, -8- = cooler, -9- = coolest
-K- = copper, -I- = iridium (do not gap)
-B = has end cap, -X = threaded end

[2] There seems to be some consensus that the CR7EIX is the best choice, but will require an end cap from an old plug (the OEM plug's end cap might not be removable).
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