Grand Canyon Slingin'

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    • edwardaneal wrote:

      SoCal wrote:

      SoCal wrote:

      edwardaneal wrote:

      SoCal wrote:

      Talked to my dealer today and have an apt this Friday... will keep you posted. He said that there is a 5+ day lead time for parts for Polaris. Gunna talk to them about the spongy breaks, break sensor, seat weld, and back up sputtering
      which dealer do you use. I got mine at Malcolm Smith in Riverside
      yes, Malcolm Smith Motorsports is where I’ve been taking my motorcycle for years even though I did not buy my SS thereFriday morning at 10 AM!
      Well got the call this morning and Malcolm Smith is on it! They are doing the brake sensors/switch replacement along with the bleeding. My seat brackets passed inspection so all good there ( 2016 ) AND in a way cool gesture they are replacing the side panel on the drivers side because of a spider crack on top. Not very noticeable but there all the same. That is in my book a stand up thing to do! As the crack is on top and they said Polaris is aware that some people use this area for getting in and out they are installing a new pad on the underside with the install to help prevent the possibility that the unit is cracking because of this. Understood but I don't use this area as a pivot point but appreciated all the same.Still waiting on the whole "nanny state" backup cut out info.
      this is great to hear. I havent been back there for any service since I bought it, but its nice to hear good things about them
      did you leave it with them? or are you going to go back after they have all of the parts?
      "did you leave it with them? or are you going to go back after they have all of the parts?"

      That is the only drag/issue. I MIGHT get her back by Friday. You would think that given the recall on the brakes
      being out for quite some time they would have parts in stock for this - nope! If I had a seat issue I would understand the wait as it is a new thing. However, them covering the side panel kinda makes up for the long time frame. There is a BIG hole in my garage though! :(

      Why is it when you bring in your car you usually get it back the same day almost all the time. Toys.... not so much to say the least.
    • SoCal wrote:

      edwardaneal wrote:

      SoCal wrote:

      SoCal wrote:

      edwardaneal wrote:

      SoCal wrote:

      Talked to my dealer today and have an apt this Friday... will keep you posted. He said that there is a 5+ day lead time for parts for Polaris. Gunna talk to them about the spongy breaks, break sensor, seat weld, and back up sputtering
      which dealer do you use. I got mine at Malcolm Smith in Riverside
      yes, Malcolm Smith Motorsports is where I’ve been taking my motorcycle for years even though I did not buy my SS thereFriday morning at 10 AM!
      Well got the call this morning and Malcolm Smith is on it! They are doing the brake sensors/switch replacement along with the bleeding. My seat brackets passed inspection so all good there ( 2016 ) AND in a way cool gesture they are replacing the side panel on the drivers side because of a spider crack on top. Not very noticeable but there all the same. That is in my book a stand up thing to do! As the crack is on top and they said Polaris is aware that some people use this area for getting in and out they are installing a new pad on the underside with the install to help prevent the possibility that the unit is cracking because of this. Understood but I don't use this area as a pivot point but appreciated all the same.Still waiting on the whole "nanny state" backup cut out info.
      this is great to hear. I havent been back there for any service since I bought it, but its nice to hear good things about themdid you leave it with them? or are you going to go back after they have all of the parts?
      "did you leave it with them? or are you going to go back after they have all of the parts?"
      That is the only drag/issue. I MIGHT get her back by Friday. You would think that given the recall on the brakes
      being out for quite some time they would have parts in stock for this - nope! If I had a seat issue I would understand the wait as it is a new thing. However, them covering the side panel kinda makes up for the long time frame. There is a BIG hole in my garage though! :(

      Why is it when you bring in your car you usually get it back the same day almost all the time. Toys.... not so much to say the least.
      thats one thing I will have to make clear to them. My slingshot is my daily driver

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