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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-24-2001, 01:45 PM
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This is bullsh!t guys. I got my bike back from the shop, they fixed it up, fixed the ignition timing. The guy said the cam chain was streched pretty far, but would be good for a while probably, didn't recommend i get one right away. For those of you WHO KNOW HOW A 4 STROKE WORKS, should know that a stretched cam chain is NOT GOOD. The guy acted like it wasn't stretched that far. I rode it around at the shop to see if it was good, it was fine. Took it home and rode it for about 15 minutes, and i am back to stage ****inng one. The timing slipped a tooth, FU(KED UP THE VALVE RYTHEM, piston hit the valve, im ****ked all over again. I think i may just sell it, don't know how much i can get out of it, i will just show people the parts list, and how much it will cost to get the new parts for it, only about 250 in new parts, but i had to get it honed and the head machined. So i don't know.


<font color=blue>UGH, I HATE WHEN THAT HAPPENS.</font color=blue>
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Re: Fixed and Fu(ked in the same day

that sux i would go bitch slap the guy who said it would work for a little and tell him to fix it bec he should have put a new chain on it to begin with if he said it was stretched. did the piston get destroyed again?

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Damm that aint right.....

Tell us again why you didnt put a timing chain in there when you had the motor apart?

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 08-24-2001, 09:20 PM
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Was it a dealership you took the bike to Josh?

post #5 of (permalink) Old 08-24-2001, 10:06 PM
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Yes chubby, there method is do everything half ass = people bring bikes in a LOT more because it broke down cuz we worked on it like raped asian kids.


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Re: Fixed and Fu(ked in the same day

There ya go AGAIN... talkin trash about raped asains,WTF at least THEY get some.... while you got it in the [email protected]

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Well they should warranty thier work. And since the mechanic told you that the timing chain would last a while and didn't recomend changing it right now then the shop should be liable for the damage. Possibly when it jumped it might have bent a valve(s). Go kick some a$$![img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/mad.gif[/img]

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