Ok, I admit it, the Sears sabre wasn't right for me, I know it now. I'm not a shifty guy and I can own that.
I decided to trade it for a Moby.
a pretty bad ass Moby.
Its got a bunch of aftermarket stuff that has names I can't remember but it doesn't matter because I am not changing a thing on this bike
It hauls my 240 lb carcass at 37mph gps with plenty left. I noticed that its lighter than the Tomos and the Puch i used to own. Dare I say "Flimsy". I do love the light weight, I can grab it and haul it around the garage with the center stand down with no issue.
its not without it's faults. The lights don't work. It has a cdi ignition and the previous owner tells me it needs a new lighting coil. the center stand is too far, but that's not the first bike i had with that problem. no side panels or tool box panels, though that's cosmetic.
I have to remember to tuck in my shoelaces or wear something slip on to avoid it getting wrapped in the variator, killing me or even worse, damaging the transmission.
is there a cover for the doppler clutchless thingy? just wondering.
by the way, they sears sabre worked perfectly for the guy and he put 22 miles on it last night. I couldn't get it into 1st gear without stalling. That proves it wasn't meant to be my bike.