time crunch nedd info on excel in denver



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  • racemile

Posted February 18, 2003 - 11:13 AM

#1

OK guys, I am trying to write a business plan to submit to the SBA for a business venture. Sunday the oil drain plug fell out of my bike during a race. If I had the time I think I could do this myself but, I am still a little uncomfortable cracking this thing open.

Excel seems reasonable and answered my questions well. They also have given me some good advice in the past. dies anyone know any stories good or bad about what I need to watch for if I turn this rebuild project over to them?

racemile

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  • jwriott

Posted February 18, 2003 - 11:34 AM

#2

I'd have Vickery work on my bike before I'd take it to Excel.

I don't really have any experience with Excel other than just buying parts. Vickery has been around a long time. Bruce Sass does wonders with engines and I'd just trust them more than anyone else.

Just my opinion. :)




 
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