good mechanic in SW sydney?

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    tlarrea New Member

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    Looking to find a good motorcycle mechanic in SW Sydney, Campbelltown, Liverpool area, preferably someone who's actually worked on VFRs.

    Any recommendations?
     
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    Do you have a Klingon ( 5th Gen ) or Origami ( 6th Gen ) ?

    I Know a good one in Penrith who services my '99. He's not cheap but he is good and rides a Yellow '99 VFR as his own bike. If your's is a Gen 6 would ask him first as he mainly does Sport/Race bikes.
     
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    02, so 6th gen i believe. would you mind posting or PM'ing me the contact details? Penrith is about 30-40 mins from where i live, but if he knows his stuff, worth the trip.
     
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    John,

    This is off subject, but how/where/what/when did the Klingon and Origami names for the generations come from? Somebody a Star Trek fan and/or did someone do the 6th gen in Origami? Just curious sir. :biggrin:
     
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    4th Gen = Testarossa (fairing slots bear some resemblance to a Ferrari Testarossa part)
    5th Gen = Klingon (looks like it may have come from outer space)
    6th Gen = Origami (the Japanese art of Origami, some say the front of the 6th gen looks like paper folded at weird angles)
     
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