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Old 03-28-2009, 12:08 AM   #1
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Just wondering if its just me, but has anybody ever found themselves waiting nearly a month till they get a part they need to finish their job. I bought a Begi coolant reroute kit; the parts still ain't back from fab and powder-coating... Does it normally take 2-4 weeks for you guys? I been waiting since March the 12th for my coolant reroute kit...

I don't know, I am starting to wonder if its a discrimination thing going on; like I pissed somebody off over there, but that doesn't make sense, cause I have already done about 4000 dollars worth in business with them... I mean, I was told it would be shipped the middle of last week, but still...waiting on powder-coating...

I'm really excited about the Zoom 3 engine management, but I mean if don't hear that my reroute kit has been shipped by next week...well IDK, maybe they just don't like me...

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took over a month for me to get my stuff.
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They were on the dot for me - Stephanie quoted me a ship by date since the downpipe was welded up to order, and they stuck to that day exactly... sorry to hear, have you spoken to them personally about the reroute or was it an email quote? I'd call em.

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I ordered a few small parts from Begi a few months ago and I got them super fast. I was very impressed.
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zoom3 is nothing but a voodoo box with an electronic timing retard instead of the "wheel". it is worth 400 at BEST imo.... for the same money or 200 more you could have gotten a REAL engine management like an ms or adaptronic.

So far more than half the people that deal with begi reported slow turnaround time. Its how they are: they make good stuff but take forever.
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Yeah, my turbo kit was great. And btw, thanks for the advice on the Zoom 3. I think i'll look into the PC-Pro as I hear really great things about them
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You just happen to catch us at a time when we are waiting on the parts to be powdercoated AND I already have several on back order. I have to fill the back orders first, then the new orders. Sorry for the delay. It is nothing personal at all.
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steph hates you.
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Yeah I figured that, lol.
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Yeah I figured that, lol. But if I get my reroute kit and my dual gauge pods, well that'll be good enough for me...
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you ------s really like to cry over stupid ****.
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BTW - Mike sent your stuff out yesterday before I typed the response above.
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