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i agreed...

His technical ability is well commended.He knoes as and when which part of ur bike should changed.:thumb:

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Been goin to his shop for over 4 years now. All i can say is that his service is good. Pricewise he is ok with me. (He just dun like people using his stuff to fix parts they bought sumwhere else or arrogant guys.) His advise and experience wise is :thumb: . He rode my srad abit and he came back with all the faults in mind.

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Originally posted by WildCard@Dec 31 2004, 05:11 PM

I've always tot he's not a good bike seller.

Looking at his selection and price-range, confirm not a savvy bike-seller.

To me, he's better off as a service workshop.

bike sales is not their main line, they dont sell unless cust put there to sell or if they took it in at low price

 

its a svc shop rite frm the start

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been wif him for a few yrs also

 

i didnt know beng got ang moh mia call patrick whahahahah

 

ah chong sometime open mouth give u funny funny price

 

then u mus fark him abit then u leave him alone for awhile until he tink properly he make a few calls then he will let u know

 

his price wont be carrot price, but sometime will be slightly higher

 

one ting abt them is he dont mind sharing lobangs

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a frd of mine dropped his honda wave, i recommend to him this....is it advisable?:confused:

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hi..if anybody of u got go planet this few days, pls help me remind ah chong to find my front disc rotors. tell him i went to his shop last week but dint manage to get a pair to fit my bike. anyway :gun: ah chong rocks! :clap:

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Originally posted by WildCard@Dec 31 2004, 05:11 PM

I've always tot he's not a good bike seller.

Looking at his selection and price-range, confirm not a savvy bike-seller.

To me, he's better off as a service workshop.

true.

Another thing is, they don't do reloan. only full cash for their bike.. To me, i feel planet is more of a service work shop..

Nike - Just do it!

 

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Originally posted by R3sistor@Jan 3 2005, 10:16 PM

true.

Another thing is, they don't do reloan. only full cash for their bike.. To me, i feel planet is more of a service work shop..

it seen like ... i must went down to try their service...

 

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ah chong - best at troubleshootin. good at Carbrator class 2 bikes, all class 2A bikes and all 2b bikes.

 

ah beng - best at repairing, wiring n etc. troubleshootin not as good as boss. good at EFI class 2 bikes n all other class 2a or 2b bikes. only lack of the good ability to do troubleshooting.. if not he surpass ah chong liao.

 

da mao or dua mao - same as ah beng. works faster but seepae chor lor.. sometimes nv pay attention to small things.. He is weak at class 2 bikes.

 

ah huat (the new guy) - he started wif zero knowledge.. can see he is pickin it up well.. so giv him afew years ? haha

 

wat they charged is ex compared to other shops.. but workmanship can sae is worth the cost. for example big bikes carburators.. to service cost 80 bucks.. but after servicing.. cfm feel the diff. n all the settins do swee swee. somethings cannot charge too cheap.. cos, too many ppl come.. n price needs to b raised at times.. the demand for them is there n some dun mind payin more.. juz like branded stuffs.. hw to compare to giodano or hangten all this brands ? quality workmanship.

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Originally posted by aH^BeEz@Jan 5 2005, 05:53 PM

ah chong - best at troubleshootin. good at Carbrator class 2 bikes, all class 2A bikes and all 2b bikes.

 

ah beng - best at repairing, wiring n etc. troubleshootin not as good as boss. good at EFI class 2 bikes n all other class 2a or 2b bikes. only lack of the good ability to do troubleshooting.. if not he surpass ah chong liao.

 

da mao or dua mao - same as ah beng. works faster but seepae chor lor.. sometimes nv pay attention to small things.. He is weak at class 2 bikes.

 

ah huat (the new guy) - he started wif zero knowledge.. can see he is pickin it up well.. so giv him afew years ? haha

 

wat they charged is ex compared to other shops.. but workmanship can sae is worth the cost. for example big bikes carburators.. to service cost 80 bucks.. but after servicing.. cfm feel the diff. n all the settins do swee swee. somethings cannot charge too cheap.. cos, too many ppl come.. n price needs to b raised at times.. the demand for them is there n some dun mind payin more.. juz like branded stuffs.. hw to compare to giodano or hangten all this brands ? quality workmanship.

hmm think see ur bike at there b4.. nice paintwork.( though it belongs to da mech called ah beng ...) where did u get it done ?

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Originally posted by aH^BeEz@Jan 5 2005, 05:53 PM

ah chong - best at troubleshootin. good at Carbrator class 2 bikes, all class 2A bikes and all 2b bikes.

 

ah beng - best at repairing, wiring n etc. troubleshootin not as good as boss. good at EFI class 2 bikes n all other class 2a or 2b bikes. only lack of the good ability to do troubleshooting.. if not he surpass ah chong liao.

 

da mao or dua mao - same as ah beng. works faster but seepae chor lor.. sometimes nv pay attention to small things.. He is weak at class 2 bikes.

 

ah huat (the new guy) - he started wif zero knowledge.. can see he is pickin it up well.. so giv him afew years ? haha

 

wat they charged is ex compared to other shops.. but workmanship can sae is worth the cost. for example big bikes carburators.. to service cost 80 bucks.. but after servicing.. cfm feel the diff. n all the settins do swee swee. somethings cannot charge too cheap.. cos, too many ppl come.. n price needs to b raised at times.. the demand for them is there n some dun mind payin more.. juz like branded stuffs.. hw to compare to giodano or hangten all this brands ? quality workmanship.

do they do mods on class2 bikes or watever types of bikes like those at motorworld?

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anyone has done mods on their bikes?

 

Care to share ur views on their gd service?:cheer:

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Originally posted by aH^BeEz@Jan 6 2005, 08:12 PM

for mods.. ask ah beng aka patrick aka wei chong

WOw.. at last u come in tok. R U d one who work at ah-chong there when sch attachment? Maybe U know who am I nw.... the guy who have a Class2 n Class2A bike who always go there. Recently I just sold off my bike.... hahaha

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Originally posted by Shawn--@Jan 5 2005, 10:23 PM

hmm think see ur bike at there b4.. nice paintwork.( though it belongs to da mech called ah beng ...) where did u get it done ?

the bike's nv was ah beng's.. it was all along mine.. haha he got his xr4 alwaes parked infront of my gsx4.. mayb u misunderstood ? hee

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Sent my cbr400 there for last 2 years, and recently cbr900 as well. Both done by him. Cannot fight his "happy" service. Have not kena carrot even once yet. Best of all, you don't have to put up with any attitude. Going there brings a smile to my face, which isn't something I can say about some other shops.

 

Btw, I don't see the point someone raised about his "prices" sometimes high sometimes low, based on a bike he was selling. READ THE SIGN, it says "PLANET MOTORCYCLE SERVICE CENTRE". You don't go there to buy bike, you go there do your SERVICING.

 

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You: My bike got sound, come from there (pointing).

Ah Chong: Sure not? (checks) Aiyah, got mouse lah! 500 I fix for you!

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Remembered why I stuck with him.

1 week after I bought my bike with him, my rectifier died, taking the battery with it. Desperate, I had it towed to a bike shop well known in this forum (I will not name the shop) becoz it has a very cheap towing charge. Checked and verified my rectifier was burnt out. A replacement cost me $250 (original Suzuki one for my bike).

1 month later after I overhauled my gearbox, at the advice of a fellow forumer, I went down to Planet to get my first oil change there. I came very early and was the first 2 customer with a Malay rider on his SRAD750 K2. While waiting for my EO to drain out, I looked over at the bike and overheard the mech testing and confirming his rectifier is a goner. New one? $180.

Curious, I asked Ah Chong how much for a replacement TLR rect. He told me, "Same. Ard $180 also."

:slapforehead: Even with towing charges, its still a bigger bargain.

Well, the rest is history...

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