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Old 02-26-2014, 11:01 AM   #1
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Motorcycles Unlimited Thank You

Two weeks before the CMRA opener, we still had our motor out of the A bike. I did a compression test a month prior and got some low readings. Both cylinders had 60PSI. The engine had been at a machine shop to pull the head, re-hone the cylinder and put back together. After two weeks of no answer and no call backs. I (joey) decided to go pick up the motor. I messaged Patrick and asked if he could knock out the engine work relatively fast. He said bring it in and so the next day (Tuesday) I was at the shop at 9:30 A.M., explained what I had done and what I thought needed to be done. So wednesday, Patrick calls me and said he did a leak down test and a compression test, both checked to be fine. Come to find out my compression tester was not working right. So he said to bring in the carbs, which is most likely the issue. Brought them in and he had them back to me by Friday. He said they were filthy and should run an in line fuel filter, so I gladly purchased one from him. Ryan and I were able to put the motor back in the friday before a TD practice.

The guys there are first class, never had a problem with any of their work. Thank you to Patrick and the guys for getting my stuff done. So glad I live close to this shop.
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