Where did you get bike? If it was good experience, return.
FBF, despite what others may say at times, has 3 excellent mechanics, 2 in particular-Jason and Phil, whom really are GREAT and train other MV mechanics around the US. They have a "new" service manager, who returns to FBF, and is good to work with, Hauk.
agustafan001 said:i would stay away from FBF, the old man is weird. I tried getting some parts from them and after 3 weeks of nothing i finally talk to the guy that owns the place and he yelled something i could not understand and hung up the phone on me. I had to call my Credit card company and cancel the order.
Yeah Greygreylola said:Training is one thing... but how about experience, have the guys at Cliffs worked on a MV, if so how many times. I don't want someone learning the ropes on my bike and then letting me test it out in triple digit speeds on the parkway.
I go to the ex-head mechanic from DucatiNY, Frank. He works out of his place in Queens. Great guy and he loves his work. Every time I want DucatiNY to service my bike, I get the same "bring it in and we'll see when we can get to it" (of coarse that means that they are in demand), but that kind of puts me off as I ride every day.
DucatiNY did have a great party last weekend, DJs, open bar and great food, I got my Ducati gear signed by Ben Bostrom too (nice guy)!