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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-28-2006, 10:02 AM Thread Starter
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well i got my bike its a 98 cbr 900rr and i want to take it to a shop and have it tuned up and checked to see if everything is ok with it...only problem is i dont know any bike shops around the philly area....if anyone can help me out let me know
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on the search for a shop. Try the yellow pages and ask around with the locals.
yea a buddy has a 2006 hayabusa and he told me they ride about 20 or 30 people every weekend so im gonna ask him where he goes and see whats up around here
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I'm not sure if you know the area,but around Willow Grove there's three places I've heard Tricked out customs (or somthin like that),Fast by Ferracci,and The Cycle stop. Go to FbF or TOC for tuning or perf. and go to Cycle stop for gen. repairs...There's also Montgomeryville Cycle.This is a dealer you'd go to for gen. repairs and they'd refer you to perf. shop too.I've bought all my bikes there and have had good experiences w/them...I've never had to use anyone's repair services,though,so I couldn't say how any are as far as that goes,but I've heard those are some good ones.
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I'm not sure if you know the area,but around Willow Grove there's three places I've heard Tricked out customs (or somthin like that),Fast by Ferracci,and The Cycle stop. Go to FbF or TOC for tuning or perf. and go to Cycle stop for gen. repairs...There's also Montgomeryville Cycle.This is a dealer you'd go to for gen. repairs and they'd refer you to perf. shop too.I've bought all my bikes there and have had good experiences w/them...I've never had to use anyone's repair services,though,so I couldn't say how any are as far as that goes,but I've heard those are some good ones.
thanks i will check them out and see what they have to say...about how much is a tune up?
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