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Can anyone recommend a good motorcycle mechanic?

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Can anyone recommend a good motorcycle mechanic? Thanks.
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What kind of bike? As a general rule, there are no "good" mechanics here.
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take it to TWO...

http://www.twocambodia.com/
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I recommend Two Wheels Only too.
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Bitte_Kein_Lexus wrote:What kind of bike? As a general rule, there are no "good" mechanics here.
It's an enduro.
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John Bingham wrote:I recommend Two Wheels Only too.
This prick ripped me off big time. Do not go there.
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Took me a bit to find it, but this is where I take my bike :-
Dynotuned Service Center Phnom Penh.

The Essential Diagnostic big bike service now available for Sports & Cruiser Motorcycles

View ECU data, read stored fault codes, erase stored fault codes, display live data/parameters, run diagnostic tests.

Ignition, Injection, Immobilizer/alarm, ABS, Dashboard, Body Computer, Injection Regulation, Transmission, EPT, and Service Light Reset.

Read and clear fault codes
Make adjustments and follow factory procedures
Display ECU data, real time, and run diagnostic tests
Key programming on some bikes, such as Harley-Davidson, BMW, Suzuki, Kawasaki, and Honda and many more

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Please call 012 950 472 for an appointment,

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Popeye wrote:
John Bingham wrote:I recommend Two Wheels Only too.
This prick ripped me off big time. Do not go there.
How exactly did he rip you off?
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kiwiincambodia wrote:
Popeye wrote:
John Bingham wrote:I recommend Two Wheels Only too.
This prick ripped me off big time. Do not go there.
How exactly did he rip you off?
I had a Honda Phantom and wanted the engine overhauled plus a over all inspection as per his brochure.
When I picked up my bike and examined it at home, noticed that the engine had not been taken apart as for the inspection, things that were not working were still not working.
So took it back. Still somethings were still not working. The main one was my rear brake would lock on as faulty master cylinder. OK, the motor had been worked on, but kept getting sluggish, seamed as not getting enough fuel. So back again, on the way it really did not want to go but I managed to get it there and was told that I had not run it in properly. he had to rebuild the top end as everything had over heated. So took it home and same problem !!!! Anyway, I finished off pulling the carby off and took it to local bike shop to have it cleaned. And to my amazement has not missed a beat since.
Now from memory this exercise cost me over $700
WTF!
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Fair punishment for riding a Phantom.
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