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Re: Customer feedback

Post by Eddie_r32 » Wed Oct 24, 2018 9:41 pm

TerryH wrote:
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Really won't mine now.
Really wish I had mine for Sunday!
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by ChrisHolmes » Wed Oct 24, 2018 9:44 pm

The hapeth of tar that spoiled the ship. Not a cheap hapeth though. Glad to read the motor is running sweetly now.
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by Mherby » Tue Jun 04, 2019 10:14 am

Newly streetported engine on it's way back to me at the moment. Scott has been extremely helpful, friendly and easy to get hold of throughout the build. Always exciting to get pictures! My engine was in a really bad way to the point where Scott couldn't believe it had started at all. Can't wait to get it back into the car and run in.

From this, a big rusty mess in need of new rotor housings, center iron, broken omp, knackered sump, broken SOHN:

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To this, streetported, shiny resurfaced housings, cleaned up irons, painted, RRP COFS, working omp :thumleft:

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Now just the small job of putting it back in the car...
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by Eddie_r32 » Tue Jun 04, 2019 10:22 am

Scott is an artist, there is no one in the UK who knows the renesis as well as he does!
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by V8 Power » Tue Jun 04, 2019 11:01 am

So Scott is a Renesis artist then😀
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by nickd1066 » Sun Aug 04, 2019 3:03 pm

Just picked up car from Scott with brand new rebuilt engine. A thing of beauty with its black paint and red pulleys. A great job with street port, Refurbed Rotor Housings,upgraded Oil Pressure Regulator, engine mounts and lower Intake Porting. Can't speak highly enough of the feedback, advice and workmanship from Scott. Nick
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by warpc0il » Mon Aug 05, 2019 1:12 am

Please continue to update the feedback, once the engine is in and running, and again when it's run-in.
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by V8 Power » Wed Dec 04, 2019 8:35 am

Well Scott has done the business again.
He has sorted out my leaky exhaust and manifold (loose term, more on that in my build thread) so my drive home last night was smoother, quieter and much improved.
Many thanks Scott for your great service =D> :D 8)
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by Vj4sothername » Tue Mar 03, 2020 9:03 pm

Had the mini map done at Three sisters and the cold engine protections saved me from an absent minded over rev already. Fans kicked in and did a great job while sat in traffic keeping the car cool.

Can't recommend enough.

Now to save for some coils....
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by sKenDread » Sat Mar 07, 2020 1:22 pm

Just want to say thank you again to Carl. I won the RRP Coils in the raffle at the AGM 2020. And I was so surprised, blown away... all I could say was WOW!

Fitting the coils was such an easy task and no need for adapter wiring or a coil mount. They plug directly into the OEM harness and set perfectly on the stock harness.

I was advised by a well-known pal and long-standing rotary specialist HME that my RR D585's had done their time. And of course, he was dead right.

I reset the ECU (pulled the battery and stepped on the brake to purge any power) started it up and the difference was like night and day. My car now idles very smooth and also runs very smooth. I would recommend these if you want an alternative to C Spec OEM coils or AEM. I will never go back to D585s again now

Thank you again, Carl
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by nightfire10 » Sat Mar 07, 2020 2:16 pm

RRP 200cell with borla catback https://photos.app.goo.gl/shDFH7wePiz7LLc47
Ps no bolts for rear lol
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by PaulAV » Sat Mar 07, 2020 4:12 pm

nightfire10 wrote:
Sat Mar 07, 2020 2:16 pm
RRP 200cell with borla catback https://photos.app.goo.gl/shDFH7wePiz7LLc47
Ps no bolts for rear lol
Run the exact same setup, sounds really nice, temporary holiday from it at the moment due to the borla developing a split in the back box, need to get it welded, then it'll go straight back on
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by nightfire10 » Sat Mar 07, 2020 5:02 pm

What bolts did you use on the rear connection?
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by PaulAV » Sat Mar 07, 2020 5:16 pm

I just used some high tensile bolts from screwfix, M10x70mm, with a couple of nuts and penny washers with the standard springs.
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by Alexpb2401 » Tue Jan 12, 2021 10:43 pm

Feedback from my order for new oil lines for the R3.

Great that RRP are developing products to give alternative option to Mazda parts (and prices) and catering for R3 owners no just S1.

I know from everyone else’s reviews and Carl’s interactions on the forum that RRP are someone I could trust.

Unfortunately, on this occasion the incorrect lines were sent out to RR so it meant being without my car for over a month as it was over the Christmas period. RR contacted RRP to return them and arranged replacements to be sent out.

I emailed RRP and Carl confirmed it was labelling issue with the manufacturer. Although I’m interested to know if they come straight from the manufacturer or if RRP send them out..?

I have no doubt RRP did everything they could to get the new ones sent out as quickly as possible.

If I was new to RRP though I probably would have appreciated a phone call and also cover the costs of returning the incorrect lines (only £7.50)

So genuine feedback, (I don’t actually want the £7.50 back as it was still a cracking deal anyway) I’ve not remotely been put off using RRP as reasons previously stated, definitely one of the trusted names out there.
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Re: Customer feedback

Post by Ryan Rotary Performance » Wed Jan 13, 2021 12:29 pm

Alexpb2401 wrote:
Tue Jan 12, 2021 10:43 pm
Feedback from my order for new oil lines for the R3.

Great that RRP are developing products to give alternative option to Mazda parts (and prices) and catering for R3 owners no just S1.

I know from everyone else’s reviews and Carl’s interactions on the forum that RRP are someone I could trust.

Unfortunately, on this occasion the incorrect lines were sent out to RR so it meant being without my car for over a month as it was over the Christmas period. RR contacted RRP to return them and arranged replacements to be sent out.

I emailed RRP and Carl confirmed it was labelling issue with the manufacturer. Although I’m interested to know if they come straight from the manufacturer or if RRP send them out..?

I have no doubt RRP did everything they could to get the new ones sent out as quickly as possible.

If I was new to RRP though I probably would have appreciated a phone call and also cover the costs of returning the incorrect lines (only £7.50)

So genuine feedback, (I don’t actually want the £7.50 back as it was still a cracking deal anyway) I’ve not remotely been put off using RRP as reasons previously stated, definitely one of the trusted names out there.
Alex,

Thank you for the review, we do appreciate all honest reviews whether good, bad or indifferent, we are truly sorry about the inconvenience caused by the errors on the oil cooler lines.

Just for information our suppliers, supplier labelled the banjos incorrectly, our manufacturer thought they were assembling the correct banjo onto the lines but this was of course not the case and all lines were sent out without the correct banjos fitted.

After being notified by yourself through Rotary Revs we acted quickly to recall all oil lines so they could be sent back to the manufacturer for rectification, and now everyone has back with them correctly manufactured lines for which there have been no reported faults to date.

In your case the items were sent back by Rotary Revs, I had no idea they charged you for postage as Revs and myself often send parts to one another without postage costs. This is an oversight by myself and have subsequently added points to the value to your account which you can redeem on your next purchase.

Overall I hope you are pleased with the final product and we do invite you to leave a product review on the website for which you'll earn even more points off your next purchase with us.

https://www.ryanrotaryperformance.com/s ... oler-lines



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Re: Customer feedback

Post by 13Black » Wed Jan 13, 2021 11:10 pm

I hope nobody minds me mentioning it on this thread, but on the topic of above ^

I've had a Mishimoto oil cooler line set with the wrong fittings before (nothing to do with RRP, supplied elsewhere).
Bags labelled with the part that should be included, but the fitting being the wrong size / not what the bag was labelled as.

Wouldn't have minded if it was my car, but it was a customer I had in waiting on some other jobs and then all lines being replaced at the end.
Didn't have time to run around sourcing a replacement on the day, as well as finish it off, so we made arrangements for the customer to go home and come back some other time.
It probably wasn't stuck on a ramp, but it was another car in the way not being able to start / move under its own steam, dripping oil on the floor.

So yeah, it does happen.
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