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Damn just crickets in here huh? Lol
😂 I think people only come here to get answers to their bike problems. I’m always happy to help. I’m a second gen master mechanic at this point minus anything transmission related
 

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😂 I think people only come here to get answers to their bike problems. I’m always happy to help. I’m a second gen master mechanic at this point minus anything transmission related
I concur with this statement. Once people buy a bike, right away they will post something on here that they need help with. We can help to a certain extent from the internet, but a lot of folks get way in over there head with these bikes. You bought a high performance bike and for i.e, don’t even know what a multi meter is🙄.

These bikes require high maintenance and consistent monitoring. It’s like being a mechanic for a high maintenance woman. What you put in you get excitement and get results.😆 If you can’t someone else will take care of her.

This forum is for knucklehead mechanics like us, not for the desperate.
 

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I concur with this statement. Once people buy a bike, right away they will post something on here that they need help with. We can help to a certain extent from the internet, but a lot of folks get way in over there head with these bikes. You bought a high performance bike and for i.e, don’t even know what a multi meter is🙄.

These bikes require high maintenance and consistent monitoring. It’s like being a mechanic for a high maintenance woman. What you put in you get excitement and get results.😆 If you can’t someone else will take care of her.

This forum is for knucklehead mechanics like us, not for the desperate.
That is the truth. I’ve even been the one over my head searching here for other experiences and advice 😂 but I do love turning wrenches and learning myself even if it’s learning the hard way. That’s what brought me here. And I’ve had a few peoples bikes fixed through my knowledge and my own bike from what I’ve learned. You really just have to put in the effort and have capable tools ( to work on a second gen at least ) there are a lot of good people that are knowledgable in here
 
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