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Hi guys

 

Wanna ask if anyone knows the name of the bike shop near SAFRA Tampines.. and whether it's good (in terms of value $$ and workmanship) to visit for servicing?

 

Thanks!!

 

You referring to the scrambler shop or the uncle shop beside it? I always go to the uncle shop for servicing. He is very a nice guy and servicing is good and cheap as well. The shop BEHIND these shops, in the middle a bit (sorry ah donno the name) are excellent as well. Very down-to-earth, humble and nice peeps! Upz for em for having serviced my bike for a year at cheap rates and not even having my bike broken down, even once. :D

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I just went to Power Wheel Motor bike trading..

 

The tao kay quite nice, i communciate hokkien with him.

 

Change my head lamp for 20 bucks and the bulb for 5 bucks..

 

Is this the bike shop u all always go to?

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Hi the mechanic u all recommend does he come from the shop i went to?

 

Powerwheel?

 

i been serviced by the boss...

who change my headlamp..

and checked my blub..

 

and check my rear signal light.. but it fails to work again :cry:

 

later going to see him again.

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u can try new union which is beside the scram shop.. frenly guy there..

 

YP motoring not bad also.. absolute art who deals in stickers juz moved above YP too..

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Hi guys, anyone happen to know the name of the shop behind safra which service and sell bike??The last time I went there, it seems like a malay shop.. and close till quite late.

You might regret what you let slip away~~

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there got any recommended shops tat service class 2 bikes?

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-KTM (Dirt wheel) Blk 9004#01-102

-UMA Bikes Blk 9004 #01-104

-Union

-Gerry Loois Blk 9004 #01-108

Those that i frequent.

Personally I go to UMA coz cheaper and they will tell you what you need to change and what you dont need to waste your money on. Service is good and efficient and if u r looking for something special for your bike the boss will try to find the best quality at the best price but takes a bit of time. Lolz

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-KTM (Dirt wheel) Blk 9004#01-102

-UMA Bikes Blk 9004 #01-104

-Union

-Gerry Loois Blk 9004 #01-108

Those that i frequent.

Personally I go to UMA coz cheaper and they will tell you what you need to change and what you dont need to waste your money on. Service is good and efficient and if u r looking for something special for your bike the boss will try to find the best quality at the best price but takes a bit of time. Lolz

 

I second that. Go to uma better. Very friendly service.

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how about the front shop of the Tamp Industrial.. ?

KHS Motor if im not mistaken.. sumone go there b4?? Good or not?

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Bros, just ride over to the back of Tampines SAFRA. There are at least 4 bike shops there.

 

I think some bros intro-ed Power Wheel. I have not tried personally. For normal EO top up and reg stuff, I recommend Cycle World Perfomance, diagonally opposite Power Wheel. They charge only $10 for non-syn EO while others around the area charge $13. But I must note that their labour charges can be ex. $25 to help me install a speedometer and "service my steed's rear brake"

 

If you are willing to pay for an expert's opinion and willing to wait, and riding a cruiser type bike, I recommend Gerry Looi Motorcycles. Also in that area.

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Some updates on the bike shops near Tampines SAFRA:

 

Kim Heng Huat Motor

- bought a 2nd Hand Steed Headlight mounting bracket at $10 (v reasonable)

- labour: mounted my headlight + shift my horn + drilled my rear fenders to mount rear signal lights at $10 (vvv reasonable)

 

Cycle World Performance

- Labour: shift my horn

- Labour: made 2 small aluminium pieces to 'mod' my bracket and install sissy bar at $45... (I bought the sissy bar from Ah Boy at $70)

- Mechanics are v friendly

- I talked to the boss on opportunity for repeat business on sourcing a front rim for my bike

- Boss dropped my helmet

- Mechanic cracked a portion of my stebel horn

- Still $45

 

I recommend Kim Heng Huat. Uncle mechanic not very chatty, but boss v reasonable in pricing. The boss also has a nice vintage vespa that costs $15,000 that he is doing up at the moment.

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will UMA be able to service auto piaggio scooters?do they have the expertise?

 

i believe they are up to it.. one of d mech rides a gilera himself and an MXer himself ~~ :thumb:

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Well when I was riding my SP afew years back it was serviced by YP which I felt was not bad....can't remember the pricing now but somehow I was comfortable with them, didn't felt like a carrot...kinda resonable. Now I'm not so sure....I'm riding a X8 so I go Futurescotering...well if UMA does scooters as well, I don't mind considering since its much nearer to my home...

2006 - Honda SP 150

2008 - Piaggio X8

2009 - Honda Silverwing 400???

2011 - Yamaha FJR 1300???

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