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Old 11-18-2005, 03:12 PM
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Faded sounds like he knows what you need!

But other than that, Colby is right.... I mean Im on a bone stock Gas Gas smoking most of the Pros with everything done to their bike imaginable... But maybe it just because its a Gas Gas... haha.
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Old 01-10-2006, 01:51 PM
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Old 01-10-2006, 02:31 PM
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Default Re: what would you do CRF 450

This is kind of late, but, are suspension companies like Pro Circuit and Race Tech not so good anymore? Do you guys recommend local shops because of the easy service/troubleshooting/assitance? I'm sure there are guys who can do really good work and they aren't at big name suspension companies. Just wondering.
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Old 01-10-2006, 02:35 PM
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Default Re: what would you do CRF 450

It depends on the local shop. Some of them do excellent work, some don't.
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Default Re: what would you do CRF 450

I used a local guy for a few reasons....

1. dont have to ship my stuff and worry about somthing happening to my forks or shock
2. He is at the track every weekend and helps with anything you need,,,trackside tuning, etc
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Old 01-10-2006, 03:09 PM
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Default Re: what would you do CRF 450

I agree, it really depends on the shop.

What I usually do is ask guys at the track who "dps" is (since they have the sticker) and then ask about them, how much, and how they've been for support.

You have to realize that they are a little biased since they dropped some coin with that suspension shop, but more then likely, you can get a pretty good job from a local company and save some money on shipping and hopefully, they can make the job right if you aren't satisfied.

In my case, the local company wanted nothing to do with me after the initial revalve. I talked to him at a race and he was just too busy getting ready for his moto to even talk to me. He didn't seek me out afterwards either. Basically, bottom line for me anyway, I wouldn't use them again.
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