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    CBR125 first service

    Just wondering if anyone here with a CBR125 has had the 1000k service done yet? If so, how much did it cost?
    Price I was given was $320 which seems a bit much...

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    Cost me around $200 at Carter Coquitlam. It's only 2 hours labour plus oil, so yes $320 is overpriced.

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    Thanks for the info..
    Just called Carter coquitlam and was told $185 plus the cost of oil.
    Weird that the price can vary so much from one dealer to the next..

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    Which dealer quoted you $320?

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    if all you have to do is do an oil change, then learn to do it yourself.... it may take you an hour or 2 until you get good at it, but in the long run will be way more beneficial. That way itll only cost $50 ish for that service

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    First service is more than an oil change.
    If you wanna say something, speak into the mic. It's right above my balls.

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    First service is much more than an oil change...unfortunatley.
    They go over the whole bike and also do a valve adjustment
    Funny thing is I have called three Honda dealers and have been given three different prices. First was $320 then $260 and finally around $200 at Carter coquitlam.
    I just thought there would be a standand price for something like a scheduled service. Guess not!
    Carter granville island was $320 by the way....

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    not CARTER granville?!?! lol
    Smile , it makes ppl wonder what you're up to :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy8 View Post
    First service is much more than an oil change...unfortunatley.
    They go over the whole bike and also do a valve adjustment
    Funny thing is I have called three Honda dealers and have been given three different prices. First was $320 then $260 and finally around $200 at Carter coquitlam.
    I just thought there would be a standand price for something like a scheduled service. Guess not!
    Carter granville island was $320 by the way....
    I think they also tighten the rubber band on the first service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkydiveSonic View Post
    First service is more than an oil change.
    It also involves a cleaning of the wallet.
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    Current:Suzuki SV650, 2002
    Previous:69 Triumph 500, 71 BSA lightning, 73 Triumph Trident, Yamaha DT125, 85 Honda Nighthawk, 88 Harley Sportster, CB 900...hmm I think thats it

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    valve adjustment for 1st service @ 1000km? what kinda crazy ass engine is in that bike...

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    Yep, had mine a few months ago @ Carter Coq.

    Paid about $215 total. It takes 2 hours, and if you ride the bike there, you must drop it off 2 hours prior to your appointment so it can cool off. Find yourself something to do for 4 hours .

    I got about 4950km on mine now...

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    Wow, first service my cbr1000RR was 1 hour labour, +oil. I also had them do .3 hours additional work tightening all my suspension down from stock settings.

    Total cost, just under $200 with the expensive synthetic oil. That includes the 10% "bought the bike from us" discount though.

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    I'm gonna be warey of mechanics to be honest, I'd like to be able to tear my bike apart one day.

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    Thumbs up Good Call!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by psyclone View Post
    It also involves a cleaning of the wallet.
    You hit it right on the Head PSYCLONE ,

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