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At the end of the month I'll be moving to the Oklahoma City/Norman area. I'll be moving my VTX1800R with me of course. Once I get out there I need to find a reliable shop to do some work on my VTX. It is due for a valve adjustment and I really need to get a custom map done for my PCIII

Any advice on who to go to?

Thanks!
 

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maxeys honda on 39th expressway. those guys are pretty cool.be sure and pm when ya get here and well have a welcome ride.
 

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I've only had mine at the dealer once for warranty work, but Oklahoma Honda &Suzuki did take care of me. They don't have a large inventory of parts though.
There is a new Dealership that just opened in Shawnee (30 Miles away), it is the largest one in the state and from what i here so far the service is good.
Here's the link to the OK. VTX riders board.
We look forward to meeting up with you some time. http://www.heartlandvtxriders.com/
 

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David,

Maxey's has been around a long time, at least 30 years. I'm riding over to Shawnee tomorrow (my day off) to check out the new dealership.

Jeff
 
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I've been to the new place in Shawnee and it's tits. Huge showroom, lots of bikes, clothes, and free hot dogs on Saturdays. Don't know much about their service department though.
 

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If you want a good map

Even though it is about 300 miles you really need to consider taking your bike to Johnny Cheese in Round Rock, Texas (just north of Austin). He can do the valves and build you the best pc3 map of anyone in this part of the country...and at reasonable prices. Don't know if there are really any authorized tuning centers in Oklahoma that will work on anything but HDs.....and lord knows they need all the horsepower help they can get. Another option is Jim Sabin in Dallas. I used Johnny Cheese and was very happy.
 

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Thanks for the tips, everyone.

I'd love to have Johnny Cheese do the work but I don't see a 600 mile round trip happening anytime soon.

Has anyone ever dealt with RPM Performance Cycles in Edmund? They are listed as a dyno-jet tuning center.
 

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David Shriver said:
Thanks for the tips, everyone.

I'd love to have Johnny Cheese do the work but I don't see a 600 mile round trip happening anytime soon.

Has anyone ever dealt with RPM Performance Cycles in Edmund? They are listed as a dyno-jet tuning center.
Yes...expensive and really not a metric friendly place. :wink:

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Ahh then RPM sounds like every other Harley shop. :roll:

Do you know if Maxey's has a dyno?
 
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