I had inquired from an independent dealer how much it would cost to do the chain cam chain tensioner upgrade. He gave me a quote and said that it was "about a days work". We arranged for a day for me to drop the bike off. I hurried out of work and rode over to his shop so I could get the bike in there before he closed. This was on a Wednesday. I figured that when he said it would take about a day that he would have all day Thursday to work on it, and for good measure, Friday too, in case he needed some more extra time. When I called him on Thursday from work around 3:00p.m. and asked him how it was coming along he said "I'm working on it" I asked if it would be done by the weekend so I could ride it and he said that: "It's a big job and it won't be done till next week sometime." Needless to say I was disappointed that I couldn't get the bike back in time to ride it for the weekend but my question is: Why did he say it takes "about a day" and then hang onto the bike for an additional length of time? The skeptic in me doesn't see him working on it flat out for all those days but rather working on it for a while, then going onto another bike, say perhaps a tire change. In other words he's got my bike tied up unnecessarily long. By the way, when I mentioned it to him that he said it would take about a day he said that it's a big job and with the phone ringing and what not it takes time. What do you think?