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Old 09-14-2007, 03:36 PM   #1
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thats it im done taking my bike to the dealer ship

i took my bike to the dealership to get my Throttle bodies sync and get them to look at a problem that is under warranty. Tomorrow will be a week since i dropped it off. Today was the 1st day they brought it into the bay to work on it
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Old 09-14-2007, 03:37 PM   #2
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I believe M-U can do your warranty work.
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not in that big of a hurry to get you back on the road once they got your money, eh?
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I believe M-U can do your warranty work.
if thats the case id much rather take mine there as well. i need something checked out thats still under warranty.
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Old 09-14-2007, 03:40 PM   #5
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not in that big of a hurry to get you back on the road once they got your money, eh?
i haven't paid them yet :/: hope they don't charge me a load. they said $68 for the sync, and the warranty work "should" be free
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Old 09-14-2007, 04:19 PM   #6
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We're 2-3 weeks behind in the service dept right now. . .1 week is childs play for a dealership.
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that dont mean if the shop is backed up and the shop knows it,tell the customer,dont hide it from them, what if that was thier only means of transportation? no wonder all these shops are getting bad reps .
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I THINK THAT IF A SHOP IS BACKED UP THE SOULD JUST TAKE A RESERVATION. SO YOU CAN RIDE YOUR BIKE AND THEN WHEN THEY HAVE A GOTTEN TO YOU THEY JUST CALL A DAY IN ADV. AND YOU CAN THEN TAKE IT IN, GET IT BACK SOONER AS WELL,

THIS WAY YOU HAVE A SPOT HELD BUT YOU CAN RIDE TILL ITS OPEN, DID ALL THAT COME OUT RIGHT?
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I THINK THAT IF A SHOP IS BACKED UP THE SOULD JUST TAKE A RESERVATION. SO YOU CAN RIDE YOUR BIKE AND THEN WHEN THEY HAVE A GOTTEN TO YOU THEY JUST CALL A DAY IN ADV. AND YOU CAN THEN TAKE IT IN, GET IT BACK SOONER AS WELL,

THIS WAY YOU HAVE A SPOT HELD BUT YOU CAN RIDE TILL ITS OPEN, DID ALL THAT COME OUT RIGHT?
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Old 09-14-2007, 04:59 PM   #10
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1 hr left before the dealership closes... WHERE THE IS MY PHONE CALL!?
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Old 09-14-2007, 05:03 PM   #11
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question: how would your throttle boddies get out of sync. that sounds like some bullshit to make more money
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question: how would your throttle boddies get out of sync. that sounds like some bullshit to make more money
in my manual it said to check up on the throttle body sync ever 2k, 4k, 8k, so on and so on. well my bike has 10k miles on it and i never got that part checked. Whoops.... so thats why its in there and my motor keeps shutting off when i pull the clutch in (which is the warranty work)
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ooooh, i can understand about the shutting off thing but, throttle bodies being out of sync yea no i dont see how they can get out of sync.
maybe patrick can enlighten me on that one, but i never woory about that stuff and my bikes still run great
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ooooh, i can understand about the shutting off thing but, throttle bodies being out of sync yea no i dont see how they can get out of sync.
maybe patrick can enlighten me on that one, but i never woory about that stuff and my bikes still run great
yeah i can understand about them not geting out of sync, but i rather be safe just to get them checked on every 10k miles.
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that dont mean if the shop is backed up and the shop knows it,tell the customer,dont hide it from them, what if that was thier only means of transportation? no wonder all these shops are getting bad reps .
a shop with a wait can't have too bad of a reputation can it?
hiding the wait time from a customer would definately be bad business. When we get this backed up i just send everyone to Motorcycles Unlimited
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^^^me too and the stuff i dont wanna fool with
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