Motorcycle Mechanic

Discussion in 'Open Forum' started by ronin26, Jul 2, 2017.

  1. ronin26

    ronin26 Member

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    Hello Emra, it's been awhile...

    I have accepted a position in Edmonton and as such my family and I have moved to the area. If anyone needs any work done send me an email at:

    roninm@telus.net

    If you are unfamiliar with me or my work ask the old schoolers around...Justin Knapik, Mike Comrie, Steve Robertson or anyone else. You can also search the forum for Ronin Motorcycle Works.

    I had hoped to get out on the Sv this year... But it's not looking good for 2017. Maybe next season...

    Doug
     
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  2. Fireman

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    Doug had worked magic on my bikes until his job change a few years ago. I can absolutely stand behind recommending him to work on your dirtbike or street bike. Top notch guy, and great work.

    I hope to see you out at castrol this year Doug!!
     
  3. ronin26

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    Thanks Justin!

    I'll be out to watch a round bare minimum, maybe a track day.

    PS. I still have all my engine/cylinder head tools......
     
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    Glad to see you back.
     
  5. ronin26

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    Bump.

    Winter is coming... Be ready for spring, get your planned work sorted now!
     
  6. electrobiker86

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    I have a needle / jet kit that was bought with the exhaust for my Yamaha FZ, it involves drilling orifices in my carbs, I have been hesitant to do so, sound like a job you would have experience with? I am assuming the carbs would need a sync afterwards as well.
    David
     
  7. ronin26

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    Yes I've done many.

    Send me an email and I'll get it done for you.
     

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