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Thread: 1999 R1100S - It's a Keepeer

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    Peter_Krynicki
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    1999 R1100S - It's a Keepeer

    I was unsure what to do with the R1100S. It hadn't been serviced for a
    while and I wasn't riding it much, so I asked the tech at Desimones Motorsport
    what the 6000 mile check would cover (It has 7K mile) He printed out a
    list and it must be a biggie because it included everything I wanted to
    have checked.

    Net was that I dropped $901.00 into the bike. This included a winter
    special - two Metzler Roadtec tires for $100.00 which ended up being
    $110.00. And the only other thing they found that it needed were front
    brake pads. Front stoppers were feeling a littl mushy. Nothing else
    needed to be fixed ot replaced.

    The have a new guy delivering bikes, Devon, who seems to take his job
    seriously. He even cleaned it before dropping it off. I now have what
    seems to be a brand neew 1999 R1100s that runs and handles better than
    even. The Roadtecs are nice and sticky once they warm up a little.

    I was so pleased I was going to call Service and thank them. Instead I
    called Vince in sales and told him, so he would know, to tell Service.
    All-in-all a nice expirience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 75571 View Post
    Net was that I dropped $901.00 into the bike. This included a winter special - two Metzler Roadtec tires for $100.00 which ended up being $110.00.
    Glad you're happy, but ouch!

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    yeah, the $900 was high for work you can easily DIY.
    But the $100 for a pair of Roatecs (MEZ6, I hope, rather than some leftover 4's!) mounted was a smoking deal, and offset the service pain by a very conservative $100+!
    Ride Safe, Ride Lots

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