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Thumbs up Winchester Motosports - March 20, 2008, 10:12 AM

I have been down on these guys in the past. Everytime I have had my bike serviced there it has cost me more than quoted. Once more than $250. And they never had the bike finished when promised. Because of this I had been taking it to Fredericktown who always did what they said for what they quote and had it done when promised. Problem is Frederick is 45 miles away and requires a trailer or someone to take pick me up and drop me off.

Winchester has made some changes to the staff so I tried them again. I dropped off on the 12th picked up on te 19th. One week like they promised. They also came in under the estimate. I was quoted $325 for valve adjustment and throttlebody sync. Final tally was a very reasonable $278 plus the cleaned the throttlebodies.
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How are the parts people. I'm about to buy some stuff?
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Good on you to give a shop another try!!! Very good that you wrote about it.


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Who owns that shop?


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March 20, 2008, 11:10 AM

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How are the parts people. I'm about to buy some stuff?
pretty good but they charge list for everything. What are you looking for? I Saw you on Triumphrat.net. I don't know about the S3 forum, but in the Sprint forum there is a cross ref Sticky. There is also a wiki with cross ref part #'s
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