NJ/NYC Mechanics


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  • ezl_oo

Posted September 13, 2007 - 10:20 AM

#1

Does anyone know of some good Performance Tuning shops in Northern NJ or NYC area? Where they do jetting, carbs, and valve jobs? I want to take my bike 2001 XR650L to be checked out. A couple of shops around me don't mess with these bikes or they don't do work to customized bikes. :thumbsup: :ride:

  • Richie B

Posted September 13, 2007 - 03:16 PM

#2

Does anyone know of some good Performance Tuning shops in Northern NJ or NYC area? Where they do jetting, carbs, and valve jobs? I want to take my bike 2001 XR650L to be checked out. A couple of shops around me don't mess with these bikes or they don't do work to customized bikes. :thumbsup: :ride:


manks on rt 46 in dover.. i know a guy that works there he knows his sutff. other then that theres a few bike repair shops on (once again) rt 46 in rockaway/denville. there street bike shops but im sure htey know they're way around most motorcycles

  • ezl_oo

Posted September 14, 2007 - 04:43 AM

#3

Do you know a exact address so I can maybe take my bike there this weekend?

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  • Richie B

Posted September 15, 2007 - 07:03 AM

#4

Do you know a exact address so I can maybe take my bike there this weekend?


i cant find the address right now ill ask my brother for there number and PM it to u

  • DelTronXR

Posted September 15, 2007 - 09:23 AM

#5

Just a little off the topic, but I have to ask. I was in NYC earlier this week and I'm really thinking about relocating there next year. What's the riding like? How far from Manhattan would I have to go to get some action? I know it's nothing like the deserts of So Cal, but opportunities are going to be knockin' that I may not be able to turn down.:thumbsup:

  • ezl_oo

Posted September 15, 2007 - 09:49 AM

#6

DeltronXr, as far as dirt or trail riding you may have to take some trips to upstate NY or Pennsylvania which would be anywhere from 90 minute to 120 minute drive. But if your talking about riding the streets with a supermoto or sportbike, it's a blast and you will like it alot. Also I think there is a lot of tracks (dirt, supermoto, sportbike) in Englishtown, NJ which is about 45 minutes from manhattan and a lot people go there to race and ride!

Richie B, if you can pm me that # I would appreciate it. Thanks

  • Richie B

Posted September 15, 2007 - 08:43 PM

#7

Just a little off the topic, but I have to ask. I was in NYC earlier this week and I'm really thinking about relocating there next year. What's the riding like? How far from Manhattan would I have to go to get some action? I know it's nothing like the deserts of So Cal, but opportunities are going to be knockin' that I may not be able to turn down.:thumbsup:


theres random spots throughout morris county.. 30 minutes away.. if u know where to look. if u ever relocate give me a PM and ill help u out more. other then that there english town, chatsworth, and a buncha places just over the delaware and up in NY. ull be fine dirt wise. and i know of some sweet places for a sumo or streetbike (although im no where near old enough to ride one ha)





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