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massachusetts motorcycle school??

i'v been thinking about getting a formal motorcycle tech. education... all i hear about is mmi in florida... i have yet to hear of anything in massachusetts.. i would imagine it might have something to do with it being seasonal. there has to be something other than briggs and stratton (harley tech.) ... around here...
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There's MIT. I think the M stands for Motorcycle.
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Probably best to ask a dealer.
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Originally posted by stoinkythepig
There's MIT. I think the M stands for Motorcycle.
that was awesome!!!

as far as i have seen, if you're totally clueless, the sally suthers school is cheaper than mmi or ami (unless you live near a campus).

but if you work for a dealer (preferably a honda dealer), it's best to get a low-end job and show them that you are willing to do what it takes to be a certified honda mechanic. they are probably the hardest school out there.

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