Probably won't fix the distance issue, but boy can he tune Ducati's! Try Bob Brown at Kensington. He's been working on Ducati only for some 40 years. I took my S4 there and after he serviced it, it ran better than ver before in its 21,000km life. And he insists you call him the day after to give him some feedback. I don't know anyone else that asks for feedback pro-actively.dragonworld said:Well here is a result of crappy service, not maintaining standards and not playing the distributors game. We in Victoria now have one less Ducati dealer. Moto-One apparently has lost its Ducati Dealeship for the above mentioned reasons.
They kept losing all their good staff and the service was getting very crappy so I guess they only brought it upon themselves.
The big losers are not only the staff that care but the customers who have to now go to Ringwood or into almost the CBD. In some cases (like mine) its a 40-50K ride to town or about 30K to Ringwood. :'(
The moral I guess is as far as the shop owners are concerned "dont screw the pooch" look after your clients and they will beat a path to your door and make you a nice living. [thumbsup]
+1 on Eaglescreens as well - super fast and helpful - I have had one of their tinted screen on my last three monsters - love the way the bits are interchangeable as you move up the range!dragonworld said:After Emailing some enquiries to some screen suppliers and getting no replies, (business must be soooo good they can ignore a potential customer) I tried Eagle Screens from W.A. John replied straight away with details and photos of what they could supply and pricing and other relevant info. Very helpful and professional.
I subsequently ordered a dark tint screen and some of the coloured screws that they can supply for the screen fitment.
Not 48 hours later it arrived by courier, well packed and it fitted a treat. Unlike some other well known brands that I have used in the past. Overall very happy and a recommended supplier. [thumbsup]
John at [email protected]
I'll second this suggestion, I've had one of their tank protectors on my bike for 7 years or so now including having it removed and refitted once - it still looks great. (there's a little bit of chipping around the edges, I might pull it off and trim it down slightly one day - it'd look brand new again if I did that)ausmonsta said: