Safari super scat v1

Located in MD, 21122

Cleaned the tank a few times, it's not perfect but its pretty good on the inside now. New petcock too

Carb cleaned

Won't fire, I'm assuming no spark.

Originally from Hagerstown Mopeds, still has the sticker on the frame in front of the tank

Tires hold air, v1 engine turns freely, both brakes work

Asking 425

5k and change on the odometer

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Re: Safari super scat v1

Sweet! I just want to play on the pan pipe. I just want to drink me some wine.

I got a friend out there, if my phone starts working I'm gonna let him know, that's a cool whip. I got a similar safari and love it.

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You have to be close to getting that running. New tail light bulb? Clean the contacts on the kill switch? New spark plug? Try testing or getting a new spark plug coil? Check points? Check condenser? Check the coils on the stater plate? If you really want to keep it, you have to be close...

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> Trent Anderson Wrote:

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> You have to be close to getting that running. New tail light bulb?

> Clean the contacts on the kill switch? New spark plug? Try testing or

> getting a new spark plug coil? Check points? Check condenser? Check

> the coils on the stater plate? If you really want to keep it, you have

> to be close...

aha i'd like to keep it but i have so many other things to work on... couple other bikes, the 2 rx7's in the background, bicycles, my skyline. too much haha

i need to get someone to confirm spark for me while i pedal/engage. i have not tried a new taillight bulb though, that could be it

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SOLD

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Oof this is what I get for snoozin on this.

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I believe this is an MT300.

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> Rob K Wrote:

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> I believe this is an MT300.

Do you happen to know the major difference(s) between models? I picked this up for a buddy to get into mopeds and I've never touched a safari before.

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Mt300 has the standard tank and vertical rear shocks. Some variation of this led have under seat storage. V1

Mt400 has the standard tank and the frame of the led is also a tank. The rear shock angle forward and attach below that little hoop. V1 air cooled cylinders and V1 with case reeds.

There are fancier versions, but I just covered what you’re most likely going to encounter. As for the step throughs, meh.

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Serious, Are you saying the MT400 has TWO usable gas tanks?

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MT stands for miles per tank. The frame on step throughs are tanks... add a top tank and boom, 400 miles per tank.

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> Serious Business Wrote:

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> Mt300 has the standard tank and vertical rear shocks. Some variation of

> this led have under seat storage. V1

>

> Mt400 has the standard tank and the frame of the led is also a tank.

> The rear shock angle forward and attach below that little hoop. V1 air

> cooled cylinders and V1 with case reeds.

>

> There are fancier versions, but I just covered what you’re most likely

> going to encounter. As for the step throughs, meh.

Good to know, thanks!

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Yeah, I wasn't aware there were mopeds factory with 2 fuel tanks. Thanks!

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> Don Ohio Wrote:

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> Yeah, I wasn't aware there were mopeds factory with 2 fuel tanks.

> Thanks!

Cimatti Twin Sport has two tanks as well, I believe one year only.

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Didn't know that either! Thanks! or TANKS! LOL!

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