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Old 08-30-2005, 12:26 AM   #1
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Good motorcycle repair shops?

I have a 2003 GSX-R 750 that is damaged. Not sure how much it's going to cost so here's whats wrong with it.

1. Left fairing is badly scratched up an damaged.
2. Up Fairing Stay is bent in on the left side (Handle bar hits left side mirror when taking full right)
3. Bottom gear shift is broken off.
4. Speedometer is not coming on when bike is turned on.
5. The horn doesn't work, along with the turn signal and the back tail light.

Does anybody have a repair shop they recommend that has a reasonable price, cause I'm not insured yet. Also can someone give me a rough estimate of how much all this would cost. TIA
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+1 for both, although Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited has more mechanics on staff for general work. Andy though is the Suspension guru!
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andy at metric +1 he's a suspension guru AND a TUNING GURU.
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Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited :biggthumpup: 281-444-0545
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Old 08-30-2005, 08:27 PM   #7
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Old 08-31-2005, 12:01 AM   #9
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Well I guess I'll roll on over to Motorcycles Unlimited because I'm right by it (Northside). I just barely got my bike too and let my buddy ride it, everything was coo an then...BAM my babie went down(The Bike! :laughing6: ). I just registered for the MSF course in north harris so I'm almost ready to roll too. I just need somethin to tow it to the shop. Anyone have any idea how much this is going to cost? or a good guess?
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Old 08-31-2005, 07:19 AM   #10
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Give me a call, shouldn't be too bad but I'd have to see it. If you need me to I can pick it up.


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Old 08-31-2005, 10:37 PM   #11
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Coo thanks man...I got a couple questions for ya. If I bring it over there and you guys fix it up can I just leave the bike there until i come up with the money? Or can i make payments? I might need someone to tow it for me because the gear shift is broken and also I can't take any right turns due to the fairing stay, are u gonna charge for towing? Well I'll be contacting you soon with everything and thanks for the help man i'll be seeing you soon.
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