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Does anyone here work for MCC or know someone in service over there. I need to have a 2007 KTM 690SM remapped and they are telling me that I will have to leave it there for a few days, which I find absolutely absurd and I live by the lake so I don't even know how I would drop it off. Anyway, let me know if someone has a friend over there that could help me get it done while I wait.

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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-22-2012, 01:47 PM
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Call and ask to talk to Greg. He will have the final say. Explain that you dont have the luxury of leaving the bike.

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Make an Appt for as early as possible on a Sat morning - Ride in and hang out for an hour - They remapped both my 690 and 990 and I did them both this way

Did you buy Pat's Bike?

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New shop is pretty nice.

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New shop is pretty nice.
Sure is , I even bought a bike it's so nice.

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Call and talk to Gregg. Tell him you are offering a 12 pack of a snobby beer, and you will be in and out.
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Call and talk to Gregg. Tell him you are offering a 12 pack of a snobby beer, and you will be in and out.
St Paulie Girl used to be the beer of choice. Not sure if they have updated in the last decade.
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post #8 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-22-2012, 07:03 PM Thread Starter
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Make an Appt for as early as possible on a Sat morning - Ride in and hang out for an hour - They remapped both my 690 and 990 and I did them both this way

Did you buy Pat's Bike?
I did buy Pat's bike. It's got the stalling issue bad. Tried the free fixes to no avail. Hoping the map will do the trick. Love it otherwise, fun bike.
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Thanks everyone. I will talk to Greg.
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I did buy Pat's bike. It's got the stalling issue bad. Tried the free fixes to no avail. Hoping the map will do the trick. Love it otherwise, fun bike.
Mine had the same until i had MCC load the Map and tune it - Hit up Elroy too as I know he did some remaps to it after I sold it to him

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I did buy Pat's bike. It's got the stalling issue bad. Tried the free fixes to no avail. Hoping the map will do the trick. Love it otherwise, fun bike.
You should have G2G test ride it for you.

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You should have G2G test ride it for you.
Why would that be? I'm sure he will ride it eventually.
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Why would that be? I'm sure he will ride it eventually.
He beat you to it.

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That was a really nice wheelie down rt 83.
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I'm shocked
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I watched Elroy wheelie it in the pits @ ACC. That bike seems to like life on the back wheel.
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