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This is a discussion on How not to piss off your local auto shop/tuner --do's and don'ts within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; The best think is to just ask "educated" questions and be patient. Obviously if the shop is taking way to ...

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    The best think is to just ask "educated" questions and be patient. Obviously if the shop is taking way to long to fix your car thats one thing but they probably have to deal with more than just one headache. Also this is good info:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruh Roh View Post
    although when i had my bike i did some squid things, like racing friends on straights just for fun, rode in shorts once. but now i always wear my jacket and have jeans with kevlar inside them, better than nothing but still not going to wear full leathers even though safer. i know i know lol. but hate going fast on straights on a bike no skill. although i do love wheelies i try to keep it to parking lots and will probably get a 600cc stunt bike. but riding twisties on a bike and wrx still give me an erection...lol
    Yes. Twisties. All day. And I dropped my bike popping wheelies, so I'm definitely a hypocrite. And I'm never running full leathers. Unless I'm trackin it. Full leather just seems so sexual to me, not sure why.

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    how to not piss them off: " hey, tuner... I had a good time with your mom and sister last night" <<< DON'T do that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Methodical4u View Post
    how to not piss them off: " hey, tuner... I had a good time with your mom and sister last night" <<< DON'T do that!
    I kinda trickled in my pants after seeing that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey View Post
    The best think is to just ask "educated" questions and be patient. Obviously if the shop is taking way to long to fix your car thats one thing but they probably have to deal with more than just one headache. Also this is good info:
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    Dyno Check List | Airboy Tuning
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    This is true. When we get busy...due to crappy scheduling, customers start getting mad wondering why their car is still on the lfit...Short answer...we're busy.
    Overbooked...too much work for the few people we have

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