Do you have any estimate on the amount of time it would take to ship to MA.
MJM- As someone one who is the customer service rep for MJM, you should be constant in your messages, as well as, provide a timely response without sarcasm. Your response to customers has a sense of frustration. Now you know how they feel when you instruct them to do two different things in their quest to do business.10-25-2011 04:22 PMsales@mjm
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The overall common theme here is not the price or exhaust flow; it’s the inadequate way you deal with prospective and current customers. The sarcasm in which you provide many thread responses may be your personnel trait in daily life, but it’s an epic fail in painting a picture of a company that would want to deal with much less provide my hard earned cash.
If I choose to do an exhaust at some point, I’ll shop elsewhere.
To the rest of the R32 family, I’m fairly happy with mine as it is for now, it does have a tinny rasp at high rpm, but with only 22k on the clock she has some time to keep living and sounding good enough for now.
I’d rather put that money toward the RNS-510 I’ll be getting in March, tent windows, and euro LED tails – yip – yip
Can’t wait to get back home in March and start driving her again and the 135i
I'm sorry you feel that way. If I may...
The down side not having face to face, if you say no sarcasm then so be it.
Free speech right?
I still don't understand swapping out a perfect exhaust, but I've done crazier things. I'm really happy with mine, but when it dies, then I'll seek aftermarket I suppose.
I do agree with the statement, odd the tails only flow out of one tail pipe.
I’m down with OCD, yeah yeah you know me