sounds like you did well. my first service cost was just over £300 (about $575) so you beat me by $100 and mine was 5 hours labour too...
wish i could do it myself too but don't have the experience of koop.. if i did myself it would probably have to go to the dealer anyway! :shitfan:
I just picked my bike up yesterday from it's 600 mile service. Here's what it says on the invoice:
- change oil/filter, inspect valves (all within specs), inspect plugs (looks all good), added coolant as needed, sync throttle bodies, check hydrolic fuild (looked good), check tires & brakes, set tire pressure to 34 rear 32 front, adjust play in steering, lube/clean/adjust chain, tourqe all exposed nuts and bolts (front wheel, forks, controls, rear sets, case covers, exhaust pipe, rear wheel, plastics), charged battery to full.
Total bill was $280 labor + $38 parts, $323 w/ tax and disposal fees. Then I told them that everythiing should be covered in the purchase price negotiated when I purchased the bike :yo: :smoking: :naughty:
The shop is GPMotorcycles in San Diego a MV certified shop. I am very happy with the work performed and the professionalism of the staff. And looking at the prices quoted by other members very reasonable.
Yesterday I racked up 9 hours and 359 miles on my '04 750S around some of the best twisty roads south Texas has to offer aka the 3 twisted sisters. I was impressed, the bike just wanted more and more and I was only too willing to "give it the beans" as much as possible. :grin2:
Maybe I was...
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