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Old April 11th, 2011, 11:00 PM   #1
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Default Xtreme-fi do not deal with

Xtreme-fi austin tx aka "the throttle shop"
I bought a bored throttle body, for my jeep stroker, from these jerks,a few months ago.
I sent them a really low mile core. all my contact info,my auction id num, and a little note, saying that I dont care if they bore my core or send me one that they have ready,what ever is easier for them.
I paid for this on sat,shipped my core monday,they received it on thursday acording to fedx tracking num.
I asked for a call, or email, giving me a rough idea as to when I could expect my throttle body,in my emails,and in the box,with my core.
about 10 days after fedx said they receieved (and sign for) my core I email no reply,i call leave message,no reply.
i reply thru paypall and they answer back (its the rules) saying they never received my core but they will ship me a t-body asap if I pay core charge.
i tell them they signed for it weeks ago,refund my money thru paypal,f##k the core and my shiping I paid.
they reply "we found your core machined it,and its in the mail"
i receive a old,pitted throttle body with no vacum port for the map sensor,no bosses to mount it,and they sent a housing for the iac motor,that I removed, still have.
I call email,nothin.back thru paypall they respond ,they sent me, what I sent them just machined it. I tell them that I have no where to put my map sensor,and I have a extra iac housing,they reply that all iac housings are the same. Wtf!!
i drilled the vacum port my self and ziptied the map senser to the intake,it works but it sure is not what I paid for.
i put a posting on clist and got a bunch of pissed of people telling me similer stories,but I dont see alot of neg. Feedback on fakebook or ebay??
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