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Build It Ride It Live It
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It's been years of dreaming, planing and many hurtles to overcome, but it's finally a reality. Last weekend I accuired some shop space, a few basic vendors and moved my work shop out of my home. StreetKORE Finally has a working address as a Service and Custom shop :D .



It's humbel beginings. 300 sq/ft shop, my tools and a couple of shop projects.

Moved in Saturday,




Got the shop orginized over the week.




Still have to paint and build some more benches, but it's basicly ready to go.

If anyone around the Ft. Lauderdale area needs some work. 10% discount for all CF members. If you're in the area, stop in and say what's up.

Contact info and directions:
http://streetkore.net/motorcycle-service/
 

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Build It Ride It Live It
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Everything. I'm a 10 year factory certified tech for Yamaha and Suzuki. I've worked on almost everything. All 4 Japanese, BRP, Harley, Victory, BMW, Ducati, MV Agusta, Triumph, Royal Enfield, Piagio, Di Blasi, Hyosung, KTM.

On the repair side, I do everything from basic oil changes up to full motor rebuilds, Suspension and Brake rebuilds, electrical, Plastic repair, performance mods, etc.

I do in house steel work and fab. I have a CNC machinist on the take ;) , and an aluminum welder that does very nice TIG work when needed. Also, I design and produce custom parts.

About the only thing I don't do is tires and paint. The local dealership I used to work for has tire pricing nailed down for the area so I send everyone up there. They just have an insane deal that's realy hard to beat. But I can beat them on everything else :D . Plus it's less inventory I have to keep and one less machine I need to buy, lol.
 

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British Bloke in Canada
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Congrats man best of luck with this
 

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Hey man, off to a good start! You can do tires yourself for super cheap with very little space, I made my bead breaker out of wood for $6 and it would fit perfectly on the beams of your shop wall. Check it out here http://www.customfighters.com/forums/showthread.php?p=955231#post955231

Also, your website looks great. However, if you are marketing yourself and charging customers as a professional, I would highly recommend running spell-check on your promotional materials. I won't nit-pick on your postings here on the forum because we are your bro's, but your public website should at least be proof read!

StreetKORE is your 1 stop shop for all your Motorcycle Service needs. Located just south of Downtown Fort Lauderdale, FL. We offer full service and repair for all brands of motorcycles. As well as complete ground up custom builds, vintage restorations, custom fab parts and accessories. If you can dream it, we can build it.

Your bike can be trusted to the hands of a 10 year Factory Certified Technician. Our labor rates start at $55/hr. We offer a full line of Amsoil products as well as Spectro, NGK. Repaires are compeleted with OEM parts and top quality oils and chemicals to insure a proper quality job and lasting performance.

If you are in the Fort Lauderdale area or would like us to take on your custom build, please stop by our facility or give us a call for an appointment.
 

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Congrats and goodluck, I wish we had some shops like this up where I live. I have alot of good ideas for my bike but I'm limited in the skill set to pull them off
 

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That's awesome. Best of luck to you
 
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yay good luck and props on starting out a new biz the stuff dreams are made of...
 

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Everything. I'm a 10 year factory certified tech for Yamaha and Suzuki. I've worked on almost everything. All 4 Japanese, BRP, Harley, Victory, BMW, Ducati, MV Agusta, Triumph, Royal Enfield, Piagio, Di Blasi, Hyosung, KTM.

On the repair side, I do everything from basic oil changes up to full motor rebuilds, Suspension and Brake rebuilds, electrical, Plastic repair, performance mods, etc.

I do in house steel work and fab. I have a CNC machinist on the take ;) , and an aluminum welder that does very nice TIG work when needed. Also, I design and produce custom parts.

About the only thing I don't do is tires and paint. The local dealership I used to work for has tire pricing nailed down for the area so I send everyone up there. They just have an insane deal that's realy hard to beat. But I can beat them on everything else :D . Plus it's less inventory I have to keep and one less machine I need to buy, lol.
Wow. Sounds like you've got the right skills to be successful. Good luck bro.
 

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Build It Ride It Live It
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Thanks again guys. It's a real joy being able to work for myself and finally have a proper shop of my own to work on projects without having to worry about waking the neighbors, LOL. Already have some work lined up for next week. Hopefuly I can get some momentum going.
 
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