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Schedule a Service Appointment at Rock Hill Powersports in South Carolina

The credibility of our service department is absolutely astounding. Specializing in stock and high-performance Honda®, Kawasaki, Yamaha, KTM, Suzuki, Yamaha, and Can-Am®, we are equipped to make your ATV, motorcycle, scooter, UTV, and watercraft suitable for you and your taste. We have top factory-trained technicians on duty during all business hours.

We honor all warranty work and favor any recalls. We accommodate any type of problem that may arise with your vehicle.

Make an appointment today for our fast and friendly service!! From repairs to preventative maintenance, motorcycles to ATVs, we've got you covered. Call us with questions or come in and talk to our service manager, Vinny Phisner.

Rock Hill Powersports offers a wide variety of motorcycle and ATV service work, including service on all styles and types of motorcycles (cruisers, sportbikes, touring, dirt, and more), ATVs, UTVs, mopeds, and scooters. We can accommodate most all repairs and service needs such as mechanical, warranty, collision repairs, and routine maintenance.

Our factory-certified repair technicians provide certified warranty services for all our brands and styles including:

Honda® ATV Warranty Repairs
Kawasaki UTV Warranty Repairs
Polaris® ATV Warranty Repairs
Suzuki ATV Warranty Repairs
Honda® Motorcycle Warranty Repairs
Kawasaki ATV Warranty Repairs
KTM Motorcycle Warranty Repairs
Suzuki Motorcycle Warranty Repairs
Yamaha Warranty Repairs
Kawasaki Motorcycle Warranty Repairs
Kawasaki Watercraft Warranty Repairs
Polaris® UTV Warranty Repairs
Sea-Doo Warranty Repairs

Regardless if you live in NC, SC or are just passing through, stop in and visit our service and parts department. We stock 1000s of parts in our parts & accessories department and can have most special orders in a day or two.

We also offer extended service contracts for most of our motorcycles and can provide peace of mind long after the sale. Extended service contracts are an affordable insurance policy against expensive future repairs.

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Did You Know?

Most all gas today has Ethanol mixed in before it gets to your favorite gas station. Ethanol is from corn, corn is organic and left in the fuel tank, fuel lines, fuel throttle bodies of fuel injection, and carburetors WILL cause problems! The smaller the carbs, the smaller the holes in the jets. Fuel turns to a gel and stops up everything easily and very quickly - in just a few weeks if not in a properly treated fuel system. Not treating fuel with some type of fuel stabilizer will cost you big bucks.

It is very inexpensive to do a little preventative maintenance. As my grandmother used to tell me "Boy, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!" Take the time to mix 1 oz. of stabilizer to 1 gallon of fuel. Let the machine run for 5 minutes to coat the inside of the fuel system. This will do several things for the fuel system:

1) It keeps the octane higher for easy starts.
2) It keeps algae from building up and sticking to the metal parts of your tank fuel lines, fuel injectors, throttle bodies and jets in the carbs and
3) Best of all it will save you money! If you plan to store for months, run the engine with stabilizer for 5 minutes, then drain out all the fuel in the system. If you do leave gas in the tank, be sure and fill it to the brim. This keeps down oxidation (rust) and keeps condensation from building up and making you an expensive mess to fix.
Don't forget your battery - again, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! Buy a battery tender and install on your unit - either use permanent quick disconnects hook-up or gator clips to the battery terminal. This uses very little electricity and will save that expensive battery. Then, when you do get a day to ride/drive your unit, you can hit the button and go!

Spark plugs get coated with bad fuel which keeps the plug from firing. Similar to a spill in an oven, when "stuff" gets baked on. This causes the engine not to fire and drain the battery, too. Another good reason to use a battery tender.