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Old 11-20-2012, 08:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey I just came across this new performance site for IDIs. Thought some of you guys would be interested.

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You "came across" a site that you started? Interesting warranty policy, I wish you luck in your business venture.
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"Came across" is still nonsensical guerilla marketing.
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88 ford, u gotta remember, the guys here aren't interested in power
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You "came across" a site that you started? Interesting warranty policy, I wish you luck in your business venture.
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88 ford, u gotta remember, the guys here aren't interested in power
You don't really have any idea what I am interested in...Read the warranty policy, and you'll see that it is totally subjective to the whims of Justin. I might be interested in some more power if he could warranty his parts just like any other aftermarket/performance seller does.

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All warranties on the items I sell are on a subjective basis. Due to the fact that there is so many variables associated with different customers setups, and the fact that these modifications are far out of the scope of what these engines were designed for, I will be the judge on whether or not the warrantied repair of a certain product is just, based on info collected, for either party involved. My reputation is my business, and my business is nothing without it, therefore I will make good on products deemed faulty by myself, it is in my best interest to... However, I will not be duped. If a failure to a certain part is due to the customer, or resultant of such, and outside the bounds of what I deem to be an inherent fault in the part, it will not be warrantied.
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So if u turned up your injection pump, and it **** out would u expect a full warranty on it? When u tampered with it? People are always looking for "more" once they get the taste of power they don't want to stop. So they start tinkering. Or where in the purchase its saids what's required with your set up in order to run said product...? These aren't regular stock parts......180cc of fuel can **** your engine up real quick. The warranty makes sense for me
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People are always looking for "more" once they get the taste of power they don't want to stop.
Not always the case.

If I installed his cam and it broke, would he replace all the components that it took out?

I have been in the wrencing "business" for a long time and you and I both know that any mechanic worth a darn can make everything the customers fault.

We could argue this thread into a lock, so I will quit now..I do wish him success as I wish anybody success in a business venture during these lousy times.
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I apologize if anyone was offended for me posting a site that provides a different alternative for idi parts Just cus some people aren't looking for something, doesn't mean others are not interested. There have been a few here that have shown interest and that is why I posted it. So if there is not anything positive to contribute in the thread please do not post cus others might be interested.
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Thanks for sticking up for me dirty. Sorry to cause a ruckus...

Also its not my site. Get your facts straight before you accuse. I don't have the knowledge or equipment to so anything like that. I do know others on other sites that have gotten a good quality product and good service from him though.
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Also its not my site. Get your facts straight before you accuse..
I will apologize then. Again I wish Justin good luck.
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So if u turned up your injection pump, and it **** out would u expect a full warranty on it? When u tampered with it?
If I turned it up in a way that was provided for by the design of the pump and described in the documentation then yes, I would expect a warranty on the pump. I wouldn't expect the warranty to cover my pistons if I melted them because I turned up the pump too far, though.
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If I turned it up in a way that was provided for by the design of the pump and described in the documentation then yes, I would expect a warranty on the pump. I wouldn't expect the warranty to cover my pistons if I melted them because I turned up the pump too far, though.
Who's to say u didn't get some **** inside it when u took cover off? How about governor, torque screw, timing procedure ? To many variables when people start messing with **** that shouldn't be messed with (per settings of "hot" pumps)

"Design of pumps" it's design is not to be tampered with....it's not a DB2 it's an RD4.
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88 ford, u gotta remember, the guys here aren't interested in power
Let us know how well that power worked out after you've put a few hundred thou on the engine. If I wanted "power" I'd have gotten a big block gasser or 5.9l and built the hell out of it, and I'd have an engine that would eat ANY 7.3l IDI for an appetizer. My truck does everything I want it to do in stock 185/385 trim and I'm grown up enough not to get wood from rollin' coal, so why would I want to spend my time and money putting stuff on my truck that will make me have to spend even more money on fuel and result in a shorter lifespan for the engine? There's an axiom you should learn - TANSTAAFL.
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