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Good Bike Workshop in Yishun??


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soon hin... mech is good solved one of my battery problems on my old honda SP..

 

I stay near khatib, the mechanic at SP petrol is also quite friendly. Usually quick service, or can leave overnight and he will attend to it first thing in the morning. Just leave keys, or drop mechanic a call to inform him. Great service. However, i wanted to scrap my old bike with him but he carrot chopped me when i sold my bike to him. Its not a huge loss, just feel that the service can be done better (i did not buy a replacement bike from him when i sold it).

2009 Apr - NSR 150SP

2010 Aug - Honda Phantom TA150

2013 Jan - YBR125

2015 Apr - BMW S1000RR

 

Ride your dream bike and chase your dreams.

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1 hour ago, Mason Boyi said:

Scooter is the trend, anyone know scooter bike servicing in Yishun any recommendation?

@Mason Boyi If you don't mind travelling a little bit you can head over to Unique Motorsports at Woodlands.

Unique Motorsports Pte Ltd (Woodlands Branch)
280 Woodlands Industrial Park E5
#01-43 Harvest @ Woodlands
S(757322)

Otherwise you can try the popular ones at Yishun like:

Soon Hin Motors
Blk 1018, Yishun, Industrial Park A, #01-342, S(768760)

GHC
Block 1017 Yishun Industrial Park "A", #01-244, Singapore 768759

 

All the above should be able to handle scooters relatively easily. Which scooter are you riding?

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On 4/2/2021 at 12:28 AM, Mason Boyi said:

SYM i400 ...

@Mason Boyi For SYM spare parts are harder to find in most workshops compared to the standard Honda / Yamaha bikes.

If travelling is an option, best to go back to Mah as they would be best suited to service/repair your SYM if required. :)

Alternatively, you can head to a workshop located closer to you and i'm sure they will be able to indent the parts required from Mah.

Good luck!

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