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ZakiBlue
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March 18, 2003, 02:04 PM

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I disagree, Zaki. I never had a problem servicing my own bike and making warranty claims. So long as you can demonstrate some degree of mechanical competence, i.e. dont put 10 qts of oil in. Also, in order to avoid any potential issues I keep an accurate log of all service that Ive preformed and save receipts for everything. Its worth an hour of my time to do the service myself in order to save at least 100 dollars.
To each his own.....
http://www.suzukihayabusa.org/cgi-bi...c;f=1;t=004051
This guy put a pipe on his Busa...had serious damage that was not related to his pipe.......but the dealership is still giving him problems.....JMO If there were any problems to occur i would rather have it get taken care of w/ out any question of my mechanical Competence.
If I had a new Bike w/ a warranty I would follow the warranty requirements even though I am fully capable to the service myself. To save a couple of buck in the short run could cost you big bucks in the long run JMO.
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