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I'm looking all around and every one of them has bad reviews.....its hard to find a good one that people go. so please if you are close to los angeles or in los angeles, let me know who do you go to, i'm about to do my first oil change and service. or at the end i will just have to do it myself. :(
I think i'm okay with bikes, installed myself on exhaust system from my other bikes, crash bars, grips, lighting, oil change. but seem like everyone wants to go to a shop for the first service. maybe because the warranty issue ?
anyway, any good service shop in or around los angeles ????

THANKS GUYS, I ask a lot of question and I love you all !!! My wife also love you all because you guys keep me safe.(thats why she took those pictures and let me posted) ;)
 

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Sorry I don't know any shop in Los Angeles. I will generally go to No Pork Motorsports in Norco. I've got to know them over the past several months And they know their stuff. They specialize in metric cruisers. :thumbup:

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Gary is the owner : very close to Magic Mountain in Santa Clarita

Import Motorcycle Specialist (661) 877-6725

His web site is the 3 words of the business name
 

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Gary is the owner : very close to Magic Mountain in Santa Clarita

Import Motorcycle Specialist (661) 877-6725

His web site is the 3 words of the business name
wow....that is super far.....but thanks for you two. at lease there are good people around.....the one good shop near me that's always pack and i usually needed the same day fix......i only have bike...no car
I ride everyday to work and home.
 

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Evo. Look down at the end of your arms. There is the best most trustworthy mechanic you will ever find. You won't find another that thinks about your safety as much as yourself. I bought a downloaded manual for my bike it is awesome not a scanned version. It has paid for itself over and over again. If your concern is just normal service. You can do it and save alot of money. while changing the oil filter takes a removing the voltage Reg bracket and guys have said the filters on there first change were a bear to get off. The rest is straight forward. It all comes down to you if you aren't comfortable doing the work thats fine not everyone likes tearing into there machine and I can respect that.
 

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Evo. Look down at the end of your arms. There is the best most trustworthy mechanic you will ever find. You won't find another that thinks about your safety as much as yourself. I bought a downloaded manual for my bike it is awesome not a scanned version. It has paid for itself over and over again. If your concern is just normal service. You can do it and save alot of money. while changing the oil filter takes a removing the voltage Reg bracket and guys have said the filters on there first change were a bear to get off. The rest is straight forward. It all comes down to you if you aren't comfortable doing the work thats fine not everyone likes tearing into there machine and I can respect that.
I already did my own first oild change :) no problem, took me about an hour, next time will be half....lol it was easy
 
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