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    Motorworks - Shout out

    Bought 2 stanchions off them nearly a year ago. Fitted them and fork seals changed. Seems the seals are again leaking (yes its cosmetic, but I like things like I like them!). So had the bike at Steppers to replace. On trying to undo the right stanchion nut it was apparent that the internal boss was just rotating as well. No joy in using multiple spanners worked etc. Called Motorworks and explained, along with a basic video and an email saying we did not want to try to get nut etc out for fear of bodging a stanchion. Quick e mail back saying the new stanchion and nut is in the post FOC. Great service

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    Always had excellent customer service from MW when I used them for parts when I had the GSA12
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    Various dealings with them - - ALWAYS been good
    Normal ,in an odd sort of way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bounce View Post
    Always had excellent customer service from MW when I used them for parts when I had the GSA12
    Same here

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    I wish Motorworks had got the agency for the Wedgetail Ignition systems for the Airheads

    Bins got it and took the pish out of the price! How far out of touch are they?

    350 + vat for single pickup and £500 for a twin pickup

    I think they were Au$ 275 when I got mine

    Thank fuck I got mine or I never would be buying them at that price !
    Oh Great and Wise Deity, Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrFarkoff View Post
    I wish Motorworks had got the agency for the Wedgetail Ignition systems for the Airheads

    Bins got it and took the pish out of the price! How far out of touch are they?

    350 + vat for single pickup and £500 for a twin pickup

    I think they were Au$ 275 when I got mine

    Thank fuck I got mine or I never would be buying them at that price !
    Where are these prices Jay?
    I’ve looked on their website ,no prices listed yet
    overland and classic

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeyboy View Post
    Where are these prices Jay?
    I’ve looked on their website ,no prices listed yet
    You have a PM
    Oh Great and Wise Deity, Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,

    Courage to change the things I can! And the wisdom to know the difference!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrFarkoff View Post
    You have a PM
    Received.
    overland and classic

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    Always good to deal with

    Ian - the sales and despatch manager is very helpful

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    Wedgetail Ignition

    I have just made enquiries regarding the Wedgetail Ignition at Motobins and the dual units with a single trigger along with the dual redundancy CPU is over £500. In the USA and Australia it sells for less than £400, which is annoying. The system seems excellent and if you look over at Adventure Rider there is a long thread including comments by the producer. Shame the price here is so high.

    https://advrider.com/f/threads/wedge...1510849/page-9

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