This guy, Tyler, is a flake. At least he was the day I met him. We had an appointment, I had the bike towed to him. He only took one look at it and decided he didn't want to work on it after all. He said my bike was a 'bad scene'. He seemed stoned or something and talked like a hippie. Maybe he thinks hes a moto psychic, but if so his powers of perception are lacking. I had to have it towed back home. That was 9 months ago or so. I have since rented a house with a garage, and decided to do all the work on it myself due to my experience with Tyler. It is now running great and looks awesome. I get compliments on it all of the time and it is one of the nicest CB750's I have ever seen. No one would refer to it as a 'bad scene' at this point. I am almost grateful for him being such an *ssh*le, because it motivated me to just do it myself and I've done a much better job than some mechanic who doesn't give a d*mn. I will always remember Tyler from Hayasa as the guy who permenantly soured me on mechanics in general.\r
If you are looking for a good, RELIABLE mechanic, look elsewhere.
Pros: didn't get a chance to see a good side, if there is one
Cons: completely unreliable, changes his mind on a whim, seemed stoned or dazed