Hello Netrider forum junkies! My first post in your hallowed halls but i've been lurking for some time now. I was wondering if someone could give me a bit of an insight into my search for a late 90's kwak zzr 1100. I've been having a look at one at Ray Quincey's in Melbourne and tbh it looks pretty good. 43,000 clicks on it and it cold starts well. Barely any corrosion points. Haven't test ridden it yet as they were reluctant to let me have a burn until we'd agreed on a provisional price. Anyway a few things cropped up I'm curious about. 1. When i asked for service books i was told that the bike came with what they were given which i took to mean no books. 2. they said they didn't give their bikes services when they came in but 'gave it a going over to see if there was anything out of line' and that sometimes that included an oil change, is this standard dealer practice? 3. They said they didn't offer any after sale support with regards to mechanical problems encountered a short period after sale. Is this standard or should i be a bit cagey about it? 4. Can anyone give me the good oil on Ray Quincey as a dealership and their reputation? (off the track that is ) 5. anyone know any good independent Melbourne based Bike evaluators who could let me know if I'm missing anything that's going to cost me in the near future? So yes I've given them a provisional offer and if they accept I'm faced with the possibility of picking up the right model/year/k's bike with the same risks as a private sale. Reckon I'm being a bit uptight or should i be a bit guarded on this? Incidentally is anyone's got a late model Z11 for sale aroung 5.5-6k give me a yell!