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Schnitz Racing

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222 N 3rd St, Decatur, IN 46733

(260) 728-9457

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Today: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Phone: (260) 728-2021

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TollFree: (800) 837-9730

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Schnitz Motorsports Inc

Schnitz Racing Enterprises

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Motorcycle Dealers
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lunapiercondos

07/05/2012

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I believe you can get good dea...

I believe you can get good deals on parts from Schnitz Racing. Tech support is pretty good, but considering it takes several days on return phone calls (if you get them returned)...your better off taking a different approach to get the answer you need. As far as dyno services, even though 'Ryans' bike is fast, I would NOT recommend getting bike dyno tuned from him. I have a Generation 1 Hayabusa, turbo charged, bigger injectors, water injection and spacer and turned the boost up at little bit. After dyno tuning bike he called and said it was done. Drove to the shop to pick bike up............after 200 easy miles, i full throttled bike 2 and 3 gear......when i let off throttle bike stalled and then it wouldnt stay running. Long story - short........another shop i brought it to, had to replace melted pistons, etc. He said it was running way too lean....he also stated damage was already being done on dyno....i just finished the bike off. After fixing bike, it runs great.........put over 2000 miles........alot better then 200 miles. Ended up spending $4500 when i should of spend total with first engine work and dyno around $2600 total.

When i addressed this problem with Schnitz Racing, they basically said it wasnt there fault and it might have been a fuel problem or fuel regulator. It was the tune that was the problem...still using same fuel type and regulator. One would think, he would of given me some good discount on piston parts gaskets etc........but i got nothing but sorry I was having bad luck with bike!

Basically, i got screwed.



For right now, I have a very good mechanic that i will be sticking with as long as i dont have any major issues.......but Schnitz racing is out of the question........unless they have some great deals on helmets!

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