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Thread: S&S Cycle

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  2. #2

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    Rate it compared to what Lisa? Just sales, help line, product durability?? Or just in general??

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaBallard View Post
    Rate them for:
    1) Fit
    2) Quality
    3) Staying here in the Good Old US of A instead of moving to Mainland China
    4) Sexy sounding (Female) sales personnel .... (Bring back Jen to the sales dept)
    5) And last but not least, catering to "Old Models" with Hi-Po parts that the Mo-Co has long since obsoleted

    Personally, I like number 4 ....
    (Well, number 5 rates pretty high too)

    .../// https://youtu.be/zVGg38_QzOI \\\...
    Last edited by Dragstews; 11-17-2017 at 11:08 AM.

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    SamHain
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    They do some pretty cool stuff. I think it's about time they introduce a carb that isn't so antiquated.

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    Since I moderate their Vintage Tech Forum I might be just a little biased! But every body I have dealt with has been topflight. And they will spare a little engineering time for stupid questions from somebody building a 1937 Indian Racer.
    Dusty

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    Boys .....

    If I only had the bucks to play in this sand box ...



    S&S 160CI Billet Pro Stock Engine



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    SIAMOLI
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    Quote Originally Posted by DustyDave View Post
    Since I moderate their Vintage Tech Forum I might be just a little biased! But every body I have dealt with has been topflight. And they will spare a little engineering time for stupid questions from somebody building a 1937 Indian Racer.
    Dusty
    . (Bring back Jen to the sales dept)
    5) And last but not least, catering to "Old Models" with Hi-Po parts that the Mo-Co has long since obsoleted

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