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Hey, I searched and didn't find anything, at least nothing recent... Who do you guys recommend going to for services in San Diego? I had planned to do my 2013 Multistrada's 7500-mile service on my own (I even bought the oil and filter), but I haven't been home much and I've gotten the idea that I can't reset the service life alert without a technician anyway, so I may try to get to a stop instead. Any suggestions are certainly appreciated.
 

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If you are looking for a dealer, Moto Forza has always done great work for me. I have heard good things about GP, too, but I have never used them.

Indy shop, I like Poway Motorcycles.
 

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If you are looking for a dealer, Moto Forza has always done great work for me. I have heard good things about GP, too, but I have never used them.

Indy shop, I like Poway Motorcycles.
Yeah, the bike was maintained by GP before I bought it. Do you personally use Poway? Can they reset service life? Are their rates a lot better than the dealer?
 

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Do they have better than dealer rates? Would you trust them with the valves?
 

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I would trust them with valves. I have had them do about half the work on the 900ss over the years, the other half done at moto forza. They have done belts, too.

Prices, they are average. Easy to call and get a quote from both :)
 

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I would trust them with valves. I have had them do about half the work on the 900ss over the years, the other half done at moto forza. They have done belts, too.

Prices, they are average. Easy to call and get a quote from both :)
Thank you
 
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