Pure Evil Racing Informative - Failure To Live Up To His Agreement

Review by l g d on 2008-02-14
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA -- I bought a used GoldWing from the dealer with a list of new parts installed, including a new stator. 50 miles later the stator failed. Tom agreed to come and get the bike and repair it. He did not.
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-02-15
Posted by Starlord on 2008-02-14:
You have provided precious little information here, but I have something to tell you. You state that the parts replaced list included a stator, and that within 50 miles the stator failed. So what? It is a piece of electonic equipment, and can file immediately after installing or it can last until the cows come home. There is no way of telling until it actually does fail. You claim the guy said he would come get the bike and fix, it but he didn't. What is the time frame here? I have been riding since I was eleven, and have owned several bikes, including three Gold Wings. Motorcycle shops are very busy, and cannot just drop everything and run to your whim. I had to have a tire put on a Gold Wing, and it took three weeks to get it done, simply due to the heavy workload the motorcycle shop had. When your time somes, you will be given the same care and service the people in front of you got. Try a bit of patience.
Posted by l g d on 2008-02-15:
I picked the bike up on a Saturday in Las Vegas and rode to the state line. I put it on a trailer and hauled it to Long Beach. I rolled it off the trailer and it would not start. I called him Monday morning and several times since. I have also emailed him several times. By email he said he would come and get the bike and replace the stator but needed a little time. That was last September.

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