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Has anyone done any business with Marietta Motorsports? Good or bad experience?
 

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i can't say enough good things about them.
 

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Purchased stuff from them at the track and have talked to their customer service folks on the phone. No complaints here. :cool:

I will snitch on them though. Their "special" race prices aren't anymore special than their phone in or web page prices. ;)
 

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thanks for the insight
 

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"Motions" is supposed to be pretty good and reputable... the owner's son is one of my student's where I teach... too bad he doesnt carry Triumph! Only Jap bikes and a few Ducks...

The only place I've heard REALLY negative things about is PowerSports in Atlanta owned by some guy named Eric... this guy's a loser from what I've heard...

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"Motions" is supposed to be pretty good and reputable... the owner's son is one of my student's where I teach... too bad he doesnt carry Triumph! Only Jap bikes and a few Ducks...

The only place I've heard REALLY negative things about is PowerSports in Atlanta owned by some guy named Eric... this guy's a loser from what I've heard...

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"Motions" is a meat grinder, and they go through employees faster than Pete changes bikes. I don't give them ANY of my business.

As for Eric, the owner of PowerSports? I have one word for him..."PENIS." The guy wears a latex helmet.

Marietta Motorsports is decent, but as John stated, their prices are usually MSRP. No great bargain there, but customer service is good.
 
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