First off thanks for the great replies really good ideas. So DivineChaos I read your post and realized where you were going with that question so I went and checked the dash lights because I'm assuming what you are getting at is if the lights illuminate then that is one of the signs that the ECU is working. I'm not saying it is a full proof test but it's a clue at least. I turned the ignition to the on position and the check engine light came on briefly for a second or two and then it went away. I'm assuming that is normal but at least now I can ask the guys down at Zumaforums if there scooters do the same thing.
Aussie Steve If you are talking about the little resistor that is on the spark plug between the spring and the little brass nut then I do have one but I'm not sure it is any good. Also this scooter doesn't have gears well it has a stationary gear for the back tire but it uses a CVT to transmit the torque.
I dunno why my text is blue but who cares. So earlier today when checking the dash lights I decided to attach the head light back on and the fuel tank and the all of a sudden the scooter started sparking!! However the spark didn't look all that healthy but at least it was sparking. So I am sure glad to see that. Tomorrow if I have time I will do some more investigating. Thanks a bunch guys I needed a different angle to look at this issue.