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Time to say hi

I've referred to a few threads when fixing my 2015 Street Triple R so thought I'd get involved. I have been unimpressed with my local dealer in terms of cost of repairs and also their history of messing up my mirror and brake/clutch lever angles, forgetting to fill the oil after a service, not refilling my old GS500 forks with oil after a fork seal leak (which caused my mate to come off twice in traffic) etc.. so now I don't trust mechanics and would prefer to take the time and learn to fix my own bike.
Between youtube and forums I've managed to do a bunch of work to the old GS500 and now the Street Triple, latest has been checking and changing a few shims for the valve clearences. This seems like the best place to talk to like minded people.
I'm live in Sydney, Australia and just use the Triple for commtes with a few rides for fun here and there. Hi all!
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