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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-18-2004, 11:44 PM Thread Starter
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Well, it's official, I just signed a lease for a new shop in Oswego, IL starting November 1st. I'll be offering a winter storage program that should be quite a bit cheaper than the $300+ most shops in this area charge. Feel free to PM or email me for details if you are in the Chicagoland area.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-18-2004, 11:45 PM
 
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larry..u need to open a shop in central PA..u'd get my business!
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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-18-2004, 11:47 PM
 
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I send that with Matt. Glad to see things are moving on the up and up for your business.
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-19-2004, 12:56 AM
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I'm glad to hear it Larry! This is great news, NO!?!

Congrads either way! I hope it serves you well!




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Hey! are you gonna put a dyno in that new shop?? I will be ready soon (as soon as my warranty runs out) to Put a new breather, for a big gulp of air, and maybe a power commander with a custom map to push the fuel and finally a new exhaust, to pass the gas. How long till that's up and ready???? I'd bring my bike from Tally, can you spell road trip, to get it done right! Of course, It would give me a reason to see my Mom there in So. IL...GO SALUKIS!!!! Congrats on the new shop and does this mean those of us who knew you when you were small and broke will get to move to the front of the line instead of waiting 6 weeks for service when you become rich and powerful???
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Hey! are you gonna put a dyno in that new shop?? I will be ready soon (as soon as my warranty runs out) to Put a new breather, for a big gulp of air, and maybe a power commander with a custom map to push the fuel and finally a new exhaust, to pass the gas. How long till that's up and ready???? I'd bring my bike from Tally, can you spell road trip, to get it done right! Of course, It would give me a reason to see my Mom there in So. IL...GO SALUKIS!!!! Congrats on the new shop and does this mean those of us who knew you when you were small and broke will get to move to the front of the line instead of waiting 6 weeks for service when you become rich and powerful???
I definitely want a dyno but I have to wait until it also makes business sense, they are not cheap. I am still exploring different options and will make announcements here to keep you updated.

Unlike some places, I don't plan on taking in more work than I can handle. I would prefer to upset someone because I tell them up front that I can't take it rather than take it in and sit on it for weeks. I do have help lined up if I need it. Of course, anyone that travels that far for work will be taken care of

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