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Old 18-07-2014, 10:04 PM   #1
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Hi Joe,

HUGE thank you for your help with my Typhoon!!! Being overseas and completely unable to do anything for my car it is a huge relief to know that you guys have gone above and beyond again! I'm much happier knowing you guys are there to help my Dad as he was trying diagnose the issue.

Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!

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Old 25-07-2014, 10:16 PM   #2
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all good, the look on his face when I got it going with a jumper wire was of shock, all it was, was the fuel pump relay sticking so I bridged the main supply to the fuel pump supply & it fired up straight away. Not taking any chance of the other relays I decided to replace them as well..

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Hey Joe, my dad tells me that the car is misbehaving again. I'm back in Oz next week till Jan 1st and would like to bring the car to you again to see if we can't find the cause of this gremlin. What's your availability like in mid to late October?
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Hi Joe and the CMS crew,

Thought I'd just use my old thread to ask a new question...

When we come back for our yearly Christmas family get together, I'm planning on getting you guys to install a PWR heat exchanger, I want to avoid the dreaded milkshake issue with the ZF.

I was also thinking that the cars done almost 70,000km since you guys serviced the box, so it's about time for another service I'm guessing.

Is there anything else I should consider doing to look after the ZF? Remembering it's a street car only, not a track car.

Vague ball park price for all this stuff, for budgeting purposes? I'll get a firm quote once I make a final decision on exactly what I'll get done.

Also as you might remember I'm only usually home in December of each year (yet to decide on exactly when to come this year at this point), but was wanting to know when you guys are planning on closing for the Christmas break, and just to cover my bases, when you reopen?

Thanks again for your great work!

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What car does Mark have Joe? What are the supporting modifications?
Hi Jasen when you get a chance can you call us regarding this

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Hey Joe,

I can't call as I'm in China, but do you have an email?

Sorry, is not the best way to communicate, but living overseas does make traditional forms of communication much harder.

PM me if that's best.

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