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Do you need to remove the cylinder from your SACHS moped motor? It's easy....I'll show you how to do it.

I made it at Techshop. The have a work bay where you can work on your car, motorcycle, moped... whatever! There are 3 of them around the SF Bay Area, so it's pretty convenient. There's others around the country and they have lots of tools and workshops. Wood, Metal, Fabrics, Electronics and more. It's rad.

Check it out here: need a 10mm wrench, a large flathead screwdriver, possibly a rubber mallet.

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Scooter (motorcycle) vs scooter (moped)

2010-06-18 11:18:01 by GenElec

I don't know about NYC, but here in Minnesota scooters registered as "mopeds" (less than 50cc, restricted to 30 mph, with or without pedals, etc) are considered "motorized bicycles" and can be parked where bicycles are parked, on sidewalks, bike racks etc. Scooters more than 50cc are considered motorcycles and require a motorcycle endorsement on your driver's license.
Motorcycles and the bigger scooters can't be parked just anywhere, though I've often seen the 125-150cc scooters parked with the mopeds. They look the same. Still, I've seen the University police tagging scooters other than mopeds

Scooter vs. Motorcycle Legalities, WA?

2005-08-06 02:06:45 by BarbarianHordeOf1

I've been considering buying a scooter, so have been visiting the local shops in Seattle. I was consistently being told a couple things that I am beginning to doubt are legally true.
First, a sub-50cc scooter does not require a motorcycle endorsement.
Second, one needs a 150 cc machine to legally take it on the Freeway.
Unless my reading of the RCW (Revised Code of Washington) is really off, or I'm missing key passages somewhere, I disagree with both
of these "everybody knows" "facts."
Summary of RCWs:
Motorcycles are 2 or 3 wheeled vehicles excluding mopeds

Live Wire: No license plates required for mopeds  — Fayetteville Observer
Note: This definition applies to many machines that are described by their manufacturers as scooters or mopeds. Whether the machine is a moped or a motorcycle, its operator must obey all traffic laws.

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  • Avatar yzrider882000 Is there a website where I can find parts for a 1980 Sachs moped?
    Nov 28, 2008 by yzrider882000 | Posted in Motorcycles

    I inherited the moped from a friend of mine, he lost interest and now I am looking for tubes, a carb rebuild kit, a flywheel cover and possibly a new air filter and airbox. Can anyone tell me where to look? I greatly appreciate it, thank you. Yes, even I need help sometimes :-D

    • You can do a parts request on keep tons of parts in stock at their warehouse.

  • Avatar Mimi What part do i purchase?
    Mar 26, 2011 by Mimi | Posted in Motorcycles

    Hey everyone, im a 19 year old girl, just moved to australia and bought a moped and my moped broke because the coil needs to be replaced. The mechanics are too expensive. I can only afford 70 bucks. So im well capable of …'s not in the manual.) Could someone please tell me how to find this out, or can someone send me a link as to where to purchase the correct coil for my particular model'd moped??

    Thanks so much, im desperate.

    • The only place that will have that coil is the shop you bought the bike from, or a store that sells those machines and thier parts. Type SACHS CITY 150 cc moped in the web search box, even if you order it trom another countrty it will get there. iM hoping you are sure what it is you nned