KTM service in Montreal area?

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Tremblant1, May 16, 2013.

  1. Tremblant1

    Tremblant1 Tremblant1

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    Hi guys,
    Any recommendation for servicing our big 990 adventures bikes in Laurentiens or Mtl area? Not super impressed with Monette sport so far.

    Have 2 of them to make Mapping adjustments and more. Don't want a newbie mechanic touching our bikes.
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  2. WildAnCrazymtl

    WildAnCrazymtl Political Prisonor

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    Just curious, where did you get your big katies. I did a dealer search to go look at the new adventure 1190 and can't seem to find a dealer that has the big bikes. I also was not super impresed with Monette when I was pricing my GS.
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  3. bumper1871

    bumper1871 Been here awhile

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  4. WildAnCrazymtl

    WildAnCrazymtl Political Prisonor

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    Thanks, I go in the area on occasion, I never knew there was a katie dealer.
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  5. jlmg

    jlmg Adventurer

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    Go to ktm duroy
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  6. outbacktaz

    outbacktaz outbacktaz

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    You can go to Duroy, or if you can make it to Granby, there's Picotte Moto Sport...!! Duroy is more dirt bike oriented, where as Picotte is more Adventure oriented...!! Your pick!! I tried to order tires, a simple task for a dealer, but apparently a little too much for Duroy to order tires for a 990... And they were back order on oil filters!! :eek1

    Picotte had everything I needed to service my big Katoom. Filters, tires, o-rings...

    Oh, and stay away from Moto International, even though they'll tell you that they can service any makes...!!
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