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Good price mechanics in sydney

Discussion in 'Businesses and Service Providers' at netrider.net.au started by ben1, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. Hi all,

    I'm looking for a good mechanic that is reasonably price... i need to get a service done on my 2010 hyo gt250r, it has done 13500k's and has only had 1 service before and that was the 1000k's service... it also has the FI (fuel injection) light come on quite a few times a day.

    i did book it into bikebiz, but they said it will be about $440 + parts, which he then said the total cost would be around about the $600 mark...

    that is way to expensive, so any other recommendations to other good mechanics would be great.

    im looking for mechanics around the west hills area (seven hills, blacktown, castle hill etc...)

  2. Stoney Creek at Ingleburn

    They're registered MV and Yamaha dealers. I believe they sell other kind of bike too. They are friendly but professional.

    They have a big workshop and their workshop manager (chief machanic) Craig is a racer himself. so he gotta know the stuff, right?

    I bought a megelli 2011 250r demo from them, there were some problems shortly after I got it. Craig come and pick it up and fix it and delivered back to me free of charge.

    Hard to find a machanic with such professionalism nowadays
  3. Bikesmith at Blacktown, Simon the mechanic there knows his stuff. Close to the station too.


  4. Wait what, you've only serviced it once in it's entire life, and that was at 1,000kms?
  5. Maye a brand new bike. Isnt it 1k, 10k or some such thing with a brand new bike?
  6. If you don't mind the trek mate i recommend Close motorcycles over at redfern. They did service on my suzi and its a damn good job, fair priced too. They're also Hyosung specialists so that'sa good thing for you!
  7. Depends on the bike but i always thought it was 1k, 6k, 12k. And even then if you want your bike to last then you should be changing the oils more frequently if you ride it hard.

    OP where are you?