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MP3 400 common service parts
Lights
Headlights
High beam: H1
Low beam: H1

Front Turn Signals
5009 or BAU15S [1]

Front Running Lights
194

Brake Lights
5008 or 67 [2]

Rear Turn Signals (2 each side)
194

Rear Running Lights
194

License Plate Light
194

Trunk Light
6461


[1] 1156 fits if you file off one alignment nub

[2] 1156 fits if housing modified and the red interior lens and the structure that lens attaches to are removed
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
Carquest 85374 [3]
AC Delco PF2123
NAPA 1374 [3] [4]
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 vertically contracting types. However I was able to squeeze a Performance Tool W54073 cap-style tool onto the HF184. Being stamped sheet metal, the 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. Or you could put the filter in a vise, and pry the tool off. Ramblerdan

[2] Source: Hiflo

[3] Verified

[4] The NAPA filter is taller than the others, so may need a smidgen more oil. It also promises to be easier to remove than the short ones (though it has no facets, you can get a wrench on it).

Spark Plug
Champion
RG6YC [1]
Piaggio p/n 828708-5

NGK [2]
CR7EIB [4]
CR7EIX / 7385 [5]
CR7EKB / 4455 [3, 4]
CR8EB / 7784
CR8EIB / 4948 [4]
CR8EIX / 4218
Piaggio p/n 829981-5

Autolite
4303 [5]


[1] Specified in owner's manual

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

[3] Specified as "alternative" in owner's manual

[4] Capped top is correct for the MP3's ignition wire

[5] Threaded top requires a screw-on cap (not included)

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