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Wanted to tell the guys ,thank you, for the service that was done on my bike. Things went smooth and the shop was very helpful whit other questions.
 

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they are my Moto Guzzi dealer...down the freeway from where I live...great shop and personnel and management
 

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Normally I have a great experience at this dealer but today not so great. Three weeks ago, I took my motorcycle in to get diagnosed for the fuel leak I was having. I called MV Agusta USA to ask them a few questions about the issue as it could possibly be a new tank and approximately how long it would take to get parts in. I went in today to look at some gear and I was told that the mechanic was quite angry with me for calling MV Agusta USA and that I should probably leave before he sees me.

EDIT: I forgot to add that the diagnosis was removing the fuel cap and re-installing it and being told nothing was wrong. When they brought it back out to the front it started leaking and all they said it was the fuel cap. I felt that the diagnosis was insufficient especially as I had paid for it.
 

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htx,

Oh man, good luck-- where is it leaking? Sorry to hear about ruffled feathers. Hope you can work this out smoothly.
 

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htx,

By any chance are you filling your tank to brim, then leaving it in hot Houston, TX sun? My Guzzi small blocks, both of them, will leak if I do this. Learned to never totally fill tank, and avoid the direct sun in summer, if at all possible.

Hope it works out. Still hope to meet you sometime soon.
 

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It happens regardless of the fuel level on the bike, as long as the engine has been running for awhile. To prevent leaking after a ride, I leave the fuel cap open. We can still meet up any time, for safety reasons I am minimizing my time on the Brutale and using the Guzzi.
 
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