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Speeds Cycle in Elkridge, MD - February 22, 2013, 08:37 AM

has anyone got there service done there? good experience? i only found them on the Ducati home page. they are the closest to me.
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If you love slow service, shoddy work and NFG.....


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I gave them 2 chances on simple stuff and they boogered up my stuff both times and just shrugged ......


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If you are in NVA...go to Ducpond.


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February 26, 2013, 11:37 AM

Thanks for the props OTB!


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February 26, 2013, 01:24 PM

Skip speeds. I've taken my duc there 3 times and they did shoddy work. Forgetting to tighten bolts, not plugging in a sensor, andnot adjusting chain to spec. I won't ever be going back.


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Skip speeds. I've taken my duc there 3 times and they did shoddy work. Forgetting to tighten bolts, not plugging in a sensor, andnot adjusting chain to spec. I won't ever be going back.

...and then when you say something, you get treated like "WTF is wrong with YOU". I live ten minutes from Speed's and I WON'T spend a dime there.

After I got burned a couple times, I thought, "OK, I'll buy just my parts there and do my own work." After waiting 3 mos for a fuel pump that I was told was on "backorder" and would be at least 2 more weeks, I went to DucPond and had it two days later......


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...and got treated nicely. I was confused after being abused at Speed's.....


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After I got burned a couple times, I thought, "OK, I'll buy just my parts there and do my own work." After waiting 3 mos for a fuel pump that I was told was on "backorder" and would be at least 2 more weeks, I went to DucPond and had it two days later......
This is something I've never been able to understand... parts management/ logistics is fucking EASY! Why in the hell do so many places suck so bad at it?
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Thanks guys.
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just made an appointment with bill for next Saturday.
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at duc pond that is.
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