WTB Working Sachs 505/1D

I have a 505 1C that I can not get working. It is complete but I am not the greatest at working on these. I am looking for a working 505 to replace my 505 1C. I would either buy it or trade along with some cash for a nice working motor. Or if anyone know someone in New York or northern PA that knows there stuff, let me know. I pay cash.

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Re: WTB Working Sachs 505/1D

Good compression? Does motor turn? If so how much for the motor?

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I'm getting ready to list a 1980 Sachs Prima G3 with the D motor (505/1D) for sale on this site. It is in all original, running condition, only the tires have been replaced and gas tank professionally cleaned. Original exhaust, seat, paint etc. in excellent condition. Let me know if you are interested. I'm in Maryland outside of Wash DC - I can send you pictures and a video of it running yesterday. Has about 1,900 miles on odometer. Thanks. Jim clampitt_jim@bah.com

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Motor turns and it has good compression. I am working on trying to get spark.

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JD I really only want a working motor but how much are you asking for the bike?

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Would you be willing to sale that motor as is? If so PM me price and I can send address to check shipping.

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Since youre not looking to wrench it yourself, have you considered just sending it out for a rebuild?

When you buy a used "working motor" chances are youre gonna have to tune, adjust, and fiddle with shit to get it working on your frame anyway so why not just spend the extra cash/time/aggravation on an engine with a warranty?

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I'm going to advertise the bike for $500

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Who do you send motors to for rebuild? What does it cost?

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> Ruben Foster Wrote:

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> Who do you send motors to for rebuild? What does it cost?

I can do a rebuild.

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Sent PM

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> Ruben Foster Wrote:

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> Who do you send motors to for rebuild? What does it cost?

Um...Youre in Alaska?!?

I'd 100% take Stephen up on his offer but shipping is gotta be unfuckingbelievablyinsane, right?!?

Re: WTB Working Sachs 505/1D

...warranty? Who the hell is going to offer a warranty on a rebuilt moped engine?

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That's what I'm thinking :-)

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> - schmiddy Wrote:

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> ...warranty? Who the hell is going to offer a warranty on a rebuilt

> moped engine?

Sunday morning does off the top of my head:

Engine rebuilds with warranties

pretty sure most reputable shops would warranty for 30 days

arent you supposed to be in one of those cool "moped gangs"?

why dont you know these things?

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> - schmiddy Wrote:

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> ...warranty? Who the hell is going to offer a warranty on a rebuilt

> moped engine?

If it's a completely stock rebuild I would. Any performance parts at all and I don't.

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I would totally get you this motor and have a rebuild done. Send me some info.

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> - schmiddy Wrote:

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> ...warranty? Who the hell is going to offer a warranty on a rebuilt

> moped engine?

Anybody who knows what they're doing would. Now if you're trying to shit/half ass do the job then of course you wouldn't. Now if you're going to rebuild it like it's supposed to be done and use decent parts then why not?

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Well then, step up: that guy needs one of your warranted Sachs engines. And besides, with Shelly no longer a part of Sunday Morning Motors, I’d be very interested in seeing how poop’s assumption will work out.

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> - schmiddy Wrote:

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> Well then, step up: that guy needs one of your warranted Sachs engines.

> And besides, with Shelly no longer a part of Sunday Morning Motors, I’d

> be very interested in seeing how poop’s assumption will work out.

It ain't nothing but a word if he wants it done. I have Sachs D motors on the shelf I can rebuild or I can do his. I have o/s pistons also. It just depends on how much they want to spend.

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How much for the 505D and 2 new pistons? Once I have the price I can figure shipping. What state would this ship from?

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How much do you want for a rebuilt 505/1D?

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> - schmiddy Wrote:

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> Well then, step up: that guy needs one of your warranted Sachs engines.

> And besides, with Shelly no longer a part of Sunday Morning Motors, I’d

> be very interested in seeing how poop’s assumption will work out.

Class, this is what we call "moving the goalposts"

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> ..... poop Wrote:

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> > - schmiddy Wrote:

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> > Well then, step up: that guy needs one of your warranted Sachs

> engines.

>

> > And besides, with Shelly no longer a part of Sunday Morning Motors,

> I’d

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> > be very interested in seeing how poop’s assumption will work out.

>

> Class, this is what we call "moving the goalposts"

^ obvious troll trolls obviously

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