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Mechanic in London

Guest raabey

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Not sure if this should go in "Pitstop" but anyway...

Anybody who lives in London know a good Mechanic... I live in NW2 so nearest there would be good i.e. not near bromley....


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Thanks guys! Reason I want to get it to a mechanic is because there maybe things I haven't identified (problems)... My rear brake lever is bent... right indicator a bit smashed, grip ends "sanded" down, same with front brake lever, and right side fairing scratched...

So basically I can't ask for help on something I don't know.... like it would just sometime tick in the engine when going downhill "no acceleration" ... which I don't think I can ask help for really...

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Try bending the brake lever back, it shouldn't be too difficult. If you can't do it just order a new one, the same with your front brake lever. Replace the indicator. Bar ends shouldn't be a problem as long as they won't injure someone if they caught themselves on it. The fairing you can't really do much about other than rubbing it down and respraying. eBay will be your best bet for parts, just get second hand ones.

I don't really know much about engines but I'm sure someone that does will be able to help. Did you send Fozzie a message? He knows those bikes inside out and has rebuilt engines on them.

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I'm less than half an hour away, sounds like little drop.

I know what goes wrong when you drop these (most notably the engine all too easily picks up transmission issues from drops on these)

Keep your wallet in your pocket, my work is free :thumb:

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