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beermonster40

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broken engine

Hi i took my sons TL1000 to bike garage for a service and after a few hours we had a phone call saying it had dropped a valve.The bike was running fine when i dropped the bike in .The mechanic has since taken enging out and removed head and found bent valve and broken valve guide,there are also some marks on the top of the piston which the mechanic said have been there for a while.As the bike was running fine when i took it in how do we stand as the repair is costing my son a fortune,any help please

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  • Posted 4 years ago (07 April 2011 22:44)

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

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It`s your word against theres,so agree on an independant engineers report who should know when the the damage was done.Also you never answered my post a few weeks back. 

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MarcusMarsh

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MarcusMarsh says:

De ja Vue

This has been posted before.  The advice you get will still be the same. 

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