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Old 03-11-2008, 07:15 PM   #1
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Beaumont shops?

Like the title says. Anyone know of a good shop around the Beaumont area?

I know of one guy, but he is a PAIN to get hold of. And, I really hate going to the dealers.

Lookin for some electrical help with my 94' cbr.

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I would take it to Motorcycles Unlimited. May be ( IS) a far drive for you, but your guaranteed good service and good mechanics.
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what problems are you having with it?
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Electrical, he said.
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Electrical, he said.
I got that part
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personal repairs in Fannet Vance Persons (won a 250 Daytona race once). I know a couple of the mech at cowboy honda and they are good too. I don't know who turns wrenches at Golden Triangle. Todd up in Suz outpost is really good.
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well, battery gave out about a month ago. Got a new one from Cowboy's.

She died on me a few weeks later. After charging her up and starting, the rectifier/regulator was smoking past 3k rpms. So I replaced the aftermarket rec/reg with another aftermarket one.

So, atm I just wanted to get the starter and wire harness tested. Want to make sure I don't fry new components.
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