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    Re: Bad Experience at GP Bikes

    wonder if they will drop the price a bit as it has now been dropped..LOL

    http://www.gpbikespowersports.com/ne...04&pov=3209931

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    Re: Bad Experience at GP Bikes

    Quote Originally Posted by jackshaps View Post
    After some replies from readers. Have taken down post
    Spineless much?

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    Bad Experience at GP Bikes

    Sorry to hear about your drop

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    Re: Bad Experience at GP Bikes

    so how much did you make from your buddy to drop the bike? now your buddy can go buy it for a big discount....lol

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    Re: Bad Experience at GP Bikes

    Quote Originally Posted by jackshaps View Post
    This is my second bike. but your right the Rocket is 2200cc's too much bike.
    been watching Wild Hogs?
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    Re: Bad Experience at GP Bikes

    Quote Originally Posted by hedo2002 View Post
    Basically he went in to trade his C50T, (800cc) to upgrade to a Triumph Rocket, (2294cc). He got on the Triumph started her up moved about 3 feet and dropped the bike. GP originally was going to charge him parts etc minus 10 percent. He felt this was unfair as it was "their bike"

    They then took 25 percent off the cost. He went to other dealers whose salesmen told him GP had insurance and they shouldn't be charging him for the damage at all and although he had bought his C50T there, he would not be going back. He has 18 months riding experience.

    LOL!! Man GP offered him a deal. Typical "sense of entitlement".
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    Re: Bad Experience at GP Bikes

    Not gonna comment on how much they should have charged or what not but look at this scenario..

    I know a person who rides an 848 evo.It's her FIRST bike!

    She originally went to a BMW dealership to get a S1000RR. They looked at her and asked her how much seat time she's had. She said 2 days at RTI

    They showed her the door

    ...I was puzzled when she said this. What the hell kinda salesman refuses a paying customer but when I read this, it makes sense...

    Again, I have not read the OP's post as it was deleated but from what I see, GP shouldda atleast said "this is no 800CC bike. Be warned".Especially knowing the dude brought his first bike from them...
    Kawasaki charges ten dollars for every CC that the ZX14 R churns out ! Anything extra is the dealership's way of thanking you for buying this vehicle off of them.

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    Re: Bad Experience at GP Bikes

    Quote Originally Posted by sid_for_speed View Post
    I know a person who rides an 848 evo.It's her FIRST bike!
    Awesome! What's her number?
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    Re: Bad Experience at GP Bikes

    Quote Originally Posted by sid_for_speed View Post
    I know a person who rides an 848 evo.It's her FIRST bike!

    She originally went to a BMW dealership to get a S1000RR. They looked at her and asked her how much seat time she's had. She said 2 days at RTI

    They showed her the door

    ...I was puzzled when she said this. What the hell kinda salesman refuses a paying customer but when I read this, it makes sense...
    The kind that's tired of the Fallen Riders threads piling up and has the moral to prevent or at least have nothing to do with someones poor decision in buying a new bike.

    I sincerely hope your friend doesn't have to learn this the hard way :/....

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