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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-04-2012, 06:44 PM Thread Starter
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Should I pull the Trigger

I called Drago Bike Works about a weeks ago and got a quote for a set of T-mans 555tq cams every thing to install then, a set of there true duels and a t max all installed for a little more than $2000 and they are close enough to pick up the bike. What should I do. This is for a 2011 rgc

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-04-2012, 06:53 PM
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Sounds good!

I have an '01 RG. For six (6) years I had it in and out of 5 different dealers trying to identify its problem. I live about 140 miles from Frank.

I dropped the bike off on a Friday night, I believe. He called me before noon on Saturday and pointed the phone toward my bike, I could hear it running perfectly. He found 3 separate shorts to ground on the motorcycle. Intermitent problems.

Just wanted to make a point about his expertise and willingness to think outside the box.

I'd say, if he says it will run, or how it will run, you can take it to the bank.
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Sounds like a fair deal. Go for it.

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that is the feeling that I got when I talked to him on the phone

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If you have the money and want to wake up your bike then do it. I would get the better oil pump and have it installed at the same time my 2 cents.

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well I didn't even think about it I am sure that he can recommend the proper one for what I want to do with the bike. Good call

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Sounds like a good deal, and you can't go wrong going with Frank, I wish I was close enough for them to get my bike.

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