In Reply to: Re: Dinan v. BMP: flywheel posted by Suzy on March 13, 1999 at 18:29:30:
I've had some trouble getting call backs as well. I've found that they don't answer their phones before noon (I live in the pacific time zone as well), and the two guys I've talked to there have given me completely different info as far as what will and will not work with my car. I'm not saying that they don't know what they're doing, just that there's a lot of misinformation still floating around abouut OBD-II. They do return emails within a day, and provide useful info in their responses. But in order to actually get someone to call me back, I basically had to email saying say "I have this large amount of $$$ I want to spend, are you going to help me or not?" Of course, that was weeks ago, and I still don't have a single new part on my car that I wanted.
It sounds like they have some very nice parts, but getting them seems to be somewhat of a hassle. I think things will work out, it's just going to take a little longer. Anyway, I don't think that it's because you're female. I've found that I just have to really bug these people at the aftermarket companies in order to get anything done. I guess that's because a lot of people call them saying that they want something done but they don't have the $$$ to back it up, so they end up wasting their time.
98 328is sport
w/Jim C chip,Dinan HFCAI, M3 wheels/Pirelli Winter Ice,and regearing, suspension upgrades, and bigger wheels/tires on the way
P.S. What has that turbo setup done to/for your low end power? Has in-town driving been affected?