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Old 31-05-2013, 09:01 PM   #1
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Hi guys, just want to publicly thank you all for your work on my Typhoon! You guys have restored my faith in the tuning industry (Ok some of the tuning industry anyway).

Appreciated you guys putting my need for transport last week ahead of doing it the easy way. Then to accommodate the whole family today and make us feel welcome as well as doing the tune is hugely appreciated.

One thing I noticed about you guys is the way your customers just drop past and come and say g'day. This to me is a sign of not just a good business but value of people! Which in my opinion is of more value then even being a great tuning house.

So thanks!!!

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Old 31-05-2013, 10:11 PM   #2
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from myself & the staff we thank you for your kind words very much appreciated..... I'm sure your trip back home was a bit quicker...lol lol

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Hi guys, just want to publicly thank you all for your work on my Typhoon! You guys have restored my faith in the tuning industry (Ok some of the tuning industry anyway).

Appreciated you guys putting my need for transport last week ahead of doing it the easy way. Then to accommodate the whole family today and make us feel welcome as well as doing the tune is hugely appreciated.

One thing I noticed about you guys is the way your customers just drop past and come and say g'day. This to me is a sign of not just a good business but value of people! Which in my opinion is of more value then even being a great tuning house.

So thanks!!!

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Old 01-06-2013, 03:42 PM   #4
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Thanks mate, after so many bad and/or dodgy experiences it was nice to come across a winner this time.

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from myself & the staff we thank you for your kind words very much appreciated..... I'm sure your trip back home was a bit quicker...lol lol

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Unfortunately I haven't even had the chance to open it up! Putted around Sydney for most of the day (so many who cant stay in their lane, stop at a red light etc!!) and so was too afraid of the other idiots. Then on the way home we were stuck in pretty heavy peak hour pretty, or with police every 5kms til Toronto F5 exit.
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Old 08-06-2013, 11:11 AM   #5
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Just a quick update Joe. Have had time to see what 'she's got' and it's a nice step up in power. Still very happy! Wheel spin in 1st and second was the biggest change initially, but it feels like it just pulls far more cleanly then before which is great.

On an annoying note, I think what you observed about the o2 sensor not heating up correctly suggests that it's faulty and I'm having it changed on Tuesday. After a few long drives the car won't go into open loop. It stays in closed loop even after 2 hrs of driving. So hopefully replacing the sensor fixes it.
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Old 21-06-2013, 11:52 PM   #6
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Sensor changed, seems like it's fixed. Cars still running great! Thanks again
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good stuff, yeah it was slow to ready on the scope...

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well done joe. how much boost did u smash into it mate.?
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Old 25-06-2013, 02:21 PM   #9
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9lbs lol, not allot. The mostly standard setup meant that's as far as we went.
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