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Workshop that specializes in Maxi Scooters? (Honda Silverwing 400)


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Does anyone know of any workshop that specializes in maxi scooter repairs? My Silverwing's starter motor has issues and I have already narrowed down the exact cause of it. Appreciate any replies that come my way, thanks!

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Good meowing :3 

When I was at Future Scootering Bukit Batok I saw many large and small scoots being serviced. Perhaps give them a call to see if they have Silverwing part? 

Future Scootering
9068 6688
https://maps.app.goo.gl/GNCX6LpbKm3JqXM48

Mech is friendly and old hand, but I didn't stay long to check out the bikes cos nmax only needed to change EO and go. Was recommended to them by our telegram group also. 

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20 hours ago, pinksheep said:

Good meowing :3 

When I was at Future Scootering Bukit Batok I saw many large and small scoots being serviced. Perhaps give them a call to see if they have Silverwing part? 

Future Scootering
9068 6688
https://maps.app.goo.gl/GNCX6LpbKm3JqXM48

Mech is friendly and old hand, but I didn't stay long to check out the bikes cos nmax only needed to change EO and go. Was recommended to them by our telegram group also. 

Thanks for the recommendation, but I've already got my scooter serviced at 3Point Enterprises (same location, on 2nd floor)!

Very fortunate to have went down to 3Point Enterprises. I rode down and inquired in person; they had spare parts for my scooter's starter motor and their mechanic, this guy called Ah Zai, went about expertly dismantling and repairing my scooter. 

Was my first time there as well. Friendly boss and mechanics who are knowledge + reasonably priced for a 2 1/2 hour work on a public holiday.

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That's great will take note they're open on PH also. 

That place is worth exploring more there are a few good bike shops and upstairs there is a car and bike washing service (CarPow) that looks affordable. 

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