+1 on the local tuner. When that guy is gone, you can forget about getting an old bike repaired. Dealers won't touch them. They're too busy testing the new 3/4" impact gun on somebody's drain bolt. I just priced a Penske and a set of BSTs and my local shop gave me a lower price than any of the online retailers. The motorcycle industry is tiny. Many online retailers are also the importer. They wholesale to the local guys, so there is always a chance to save a buck. So find someone local, develop a relationship, and have the best of both worlds. Save $ and have a place to get the stuff done you can't do yourself for lack of tools or experience. Odds and ends and OEM parts you can always find a better deal on line, but for the big ticket items with some margin, you local guy might be the answer. Plus it's always nice to be able to run over and get that banjo bolt or whatever on a Saturday afternoon so you can ride on Sunday.