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Minerva mechanic's mistake almost killed me at SIC


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This posts is temporarily removed due to many pleas I received. I realised i have been getting the wrong people in trouble. My purpose to serve a wake up call, not only to the organisation involved, but also to all fellow riders out there. We riders try our best to stay safe and alive while pursuing our passion. I just hope that the people touching our bikes be more conscientious with the work. It's life and death here.

 

Youtube video has been made private, also temporarily.

 

I shall wait a few days to hear response from them...

 

Take care everyone.

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Drain nut failed to tighten properly after servicing.

Resulting a pool of engine oil on my carpark.

 

Same mechanic.

 

What I felt was this is basic mechanic skill, and he failed.

 

And one other issue. Long story not gonna mention it.

Hello! Anyone there? :cheers:

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inb4 lawyer red letter for defamation.

17 Nov 2011 - April 2013, NSR150 SP

12 June 2013 - 23 Jan 2015, CBR400RRR

23 February 2015 - 29 February 2016, YZF R6 2006

12 March 2016 - 12 May 2017, CBR1000RR05

July 2017 - Jan 2019, YZF R1 2008/CBF150

 

Aug 2019 - Current SYM Joyride 200

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This posts is temporarily removed due to many pleas I received. I realised i have been getting the wrong people in trouble. My purpose to serve a wake up call, not only to the organisation involved, but also to all fellow riders out there. We riders try our best to stay safe and alive while pursuing our passion. I just hope that the people touching our bikes be more conscientious with the work. It's life and death here.

 

Youtube video has been made private, also temporarily.

 

I shall wait a few days to hear response from them...

 

Take care everyone.

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whole brand fall apart thanks to one shop in singapore, one mechanic,

glad i saw it before its gone. will think twice of serving there should i get a ducati.

17 Nov 2011 - April 2013, NSR150 SP

12 June 2013 - 23 Jan 2015, CBR400RRR

23 February 2015 - 29 February 2016, YZF R6 2006

12 March 2016 - 12 May 2017, CBR1000RR05

July 2017 - Jan 2019, YZF R1 2008/CBF150

 

Aug 2019 - Current SYM Joyride 200

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