hmm....i see a pattern here.
Originally Posted by Car-less Chris
well ive already started on it and chris is gonna be happy with results..thanks travis..
and i bet car-less chris is feeling the burn on this^ statement.
too all you than folks that run performance shops in the d/fw area, i see this as being a no win scenario. the first thread was about $1,500 control arms and a ebay supercharger that was a cluster fuck and got pulled off the dyno. this thread is about head bolts and a broken transmission that is still under full warranty.
OP - this is just a friendly tip. try resolving the issues directly with the shop first. go through all the normal channels. (e.g., phone calls, emails, talking to them in person, etc..) bashing someone's business is not going to motivate them to bend over backwards to help you. i certainly wouldn't want to help someone who was publicly dragging my name or business through the mud. you sound almost neurotically impatient and leave out a lot of details in your rants. as whenever the shop in question replies, we tend to get a different story.
i've had one negative experience with ghp. i've also had one negative experience with hpp. however, i didn't create a thread about it anywhere bashing their shop(s). i just made a phone call. travis is a stand up guy and took care of the issue quickly and in a professional manner. and manny at hpp did the same thing, all as a result of making a single phone call. and don't call people at 10pm at night bitching at them. i wouldn't even have picked up the phone on general principle. call them during business hours and try to work it out like men. after reading through both of your shop bashing threads, i've come to the conclusion that you are your own worst enemy. you have zero diplomacy and zero patience. in person, you may be the nicest guy in the world. however, i wouldn't do any business with you. not after reading both of these threads. you complain about things that don't even make sense. i.e. broken transmission that has a full warranty, $1,500 control arms, etc..
yea, it sucks when things don't go as planned, but try a different approach when trying to rectify the problem.
my 2 cents...................