Hi all. I Just had a major service done on my Spada. However, there were a few issues. One of the pistons in my rear brake had siezed and the mechanic had to order a replacement, but it took a week and a half. Is this normal (I did'nt mind so much because my bike is 20 years old)? I got it back after what felt like an eternity (you don't know what you miss til it's gone), but it wouldn't start it. The mechanic got it started but I could tell right away from the idle something was wrong. It wouldn't sit on idle without stalling. He said he adjusted the idle and readjusted it and said it should get better once warmed up. So I went to take off and....... NOTHING! the power was not there. I was twisting the throttle right back and struggling to go 20km/h. I tried to do a u-turn but stalled it 2 times it was that underpowered. I managed to get it back to him and explain it so he gave it a check over. After about 3 mins of looking he saw the problem. He said "I had the young bloke put the tank back on and he's put the wrong hose on". The vacuum hose for the air was put on the wrong inlet so essentially the engine was starved of air. As soon as he put it on right, and started it, it's fine. So far I haven't noticed any other problems. I am unsure of wether to go back for any future services as the price was fairly reasonable ($372 for major). Am I expecting too much? I don't want to name and shame because I have mixed feelings, but I did go to this place from reading a reccomendation from a thread on here albeit a bit old (2006 i think) :? Anyway, thoughts?