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Old 09-05-2009, 10:16 PM   #1
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which is the best tech school in houston

I'm looking for the best motorcycle technical institute in the city of Houston. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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I think there is a UTI ( universal tech institute) in houston area somewhere.
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Old 09-06-2009, 03:40 PM   #3
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the UTI here does not offer the MMI course. that course is only available in orlando or phoenix
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I'm looking for the best motorcycle technical institute in the city of Houston. Does anyone have any suggestions?
all the guys that i meet that got to tech schools are stupid and screw more up. i have worked with guys from mmi and they cant do . i had a guy that didn't know what the a air fuel mixture screw was. he lasted about 2 weeks. the guys that make it in the field are the ones that grew up around bike's. Its not for every one
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all the guys that i meet that got to tech schools are stupid and screw more up. i have worked with guys from mmi and they cant do . i had a guy that didn't know what the a air fuel mixture screw was. he lasted about 2 weeks. the guys that make it in the field are the ones that grew up around bike's. Its not for every one
+1 your best bet is to already know the very basics of a bike, like oil and air filter changes, get a job making an hour and work your way up through the company within months or years
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the good of tech school is it gives you certifications from a brand specific. like bmw. you come already certified. dose'nt mean you know what your doing mechanically. but you will know the scan tool and other specifics about the bikes. 30,000$ for some certs.
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