Talented folks. Very nice. I wasn't 100% happy with part of the custom paint I had done, but Lorne is going to work with me on it. Make sure the image you give them is exactly what you want. Lorne went a tad too literal with art I presented as a place to start. More communication on both of our parts would have corrected the issue before pick up time. I'll take her back in a few weeks to tweak it. I am massively in love with the rest of the paint job.
Posted: 8/03/2015 • Link to this review
I apologize if you felt the work you received was not up to your standards. All of these small imperfections were discussed when the project started as a possibility when masking on or around a factory pinstripe on the bike. Where the paint edge is clearly felt was always going to be a factor due to painting only inside the pinstripe and not the entire piece as a blend was not an option on this piece. I would like to add that the paint looks amazing. The tank is flawless, the side covers looked great. This was never to be painted as a "show bike" and small imperfections are to be expected. The batwing and front fender were painted by me last summer, they were very subtle in design. I offered to make them more noticeable if the owner chose to. He brought it back 8 months later and I honored that statement, free of charge.
Posted: 9/16/2009 • Last edited: 5/10/2013 • Link to this review
1998 Triumph Daytona 955I(1st time in shop)I first called these guys to come pick up my bike because the clutch was slipping and they went through the wiring to fix a faulty clutch relay.Picked it up and before I left the shop put 1/2 a quart oil in it. (2nd time in shop)I took it back that same day because it was not running right. Told him to go through the whole thing make sure it's running right. I put too much oil in it and Lorne the owner said it had 8 quarts of oil in it.Talked to the Triumph Dealer and shop manager told me that wasn't possible. Over2 went through the clutch area to see if they could see any damage he didn't and needed to look into deeper. Found shift forks and seals needed replaced. He had it for 3 months with excuse of parts not coming in to Jaimie the mechanic having to work his other full time job.Called me and found the clutch basket springs broke and some pin which he looked at it initially and looked over both. Went and picked it up and it blew up on me on the way home and coolant went all over the place. Will have to take to court because Lorne said he had too much time in my bike as it is and wouldn't charge me to look at it but he did say he didn't do anything to the top end. $1500 later.
Posted: 8/02/2009 • Last edited: 11/19/2009 • Link to this review
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