Anyone of the 5 that ordered from TK get theirs installed yet?
Honestly there might be some truth to this..They ain't allowed to post about it.......
Honestly if there is any truth to that statement then TK is doing themselves and the Forte community a great disservice. If an agreement like that was made it was to stop any negative commentary about the product, and like it or not there are going to be negative comments. It is a new product and there are going to be bugs. I was more than open with teething issues I had with my turbo kit on my SX4. I was the first automatic turbo so it was going to happen. If the first couple guys come out and say there are 0 issues and its all love and roses I would be suspect. Even super solid kits have to be messaged before they are perfect, I would not hold it against TK if they had to work out some problems with the first 4-5 kits. But I think that it should be well known how it went during testing from the owners point of view. I know it is only extreme cases but some times an engine has to die so others may live.Honestly there might be some truth to this..
a few months ago when they were asking for a koup for testing..
i replyed wanting to buy.. they told me I could not post up anything about it if I did get the kit..
I did not buy the kit in time somebody else did..
Actually he went almost a year of nitrous use, started with a 50 shot and moved on up from there to I believe a 150 shot. He was trying to keep up with a stock M3 and thats when it happened. He is sure that the valves has started wearing and the pistons had been scrubbing the walls for a while. Luckily he owns a shop so labor is free for him.See the thing is I bet he killed it the minute he used the nitrous. Unlike what I did yes I used 150shot but my engine didnt blew up after. I stop using nitrous 2 months before it hit the bed then again hitting 7800rpms wasnt the best thing to do eather. Conclusion nitrous weakend my internals. High rpms finished it off.
no what i meant was after almost going a year of nitrous use he hit the button trying to catch up with the M3 and bang it just died. but yea you already stated that he was using it when it broke down.Actually he went almost a year of nitrous use, started with a 50 shot and moved on up from there to I believe a 150 shot. He was trying to keep up with a stock M3 and thats when it happened. He is sure that the valves has started wearing and the pistons had been scrubbing the walls for a while. Luckily he owns a shop so labor is free for him.