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Old 11-20-2013, 03:03 PM   #1
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Default Pfadt headers& x-pipe not fitting

anyone know what happened to the thread about Pfadt header & x-pipe not fitting on C7 install at Cuningham Motorsports?
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Old 11-20-2013, 03:12 PM   #2
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anyone know what happened to the thread about Pfadt header & x-pipe not fitting on C7 install at Cuningham Motorsports?
That thread was started by me in the Tech section.

I have a PM out to the mods.. it seems it 'mysteriously' was deleted. I presume by Pfadt making complaints. The Pfadt headers have been removed due to poor fitment and leaking issues. Work on getting a refund now and having another set of headers from another company installed as I type this.

I am disappointed how the thread was censored as it helps consumers in the auto enthusiast industry.

I am hoping they restore the thread. It was located here:

http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c7-t...re-buying.html

It was very detailed and respectful and did not need to be removed. Lets hope for transparency and honesty here at Corvetteforum.com

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Old 11-20-2013, 03:14 PM   #3
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I've been a member since 1999....... And these moderators are definitely playing "game changers"!!!!

Any and all negative posts about "Supporting Vendors"...... Are quickly squashed or locked!

I have an issue with a supporting vendor and was threatened with being "Banned"...... If I brought up another thread about them!!!! No BS!
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Old 11-20-2013, 03:18 PM   #4
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That thread was started by me in the Tech section.

I have a PM out to the mods.. it seems it 'mysteriously' was deleted. I presume by Pfadt making complaints. The Pfadt headers have been removed due to poor fitment and leaking issues. Work on getting a refund now and having another set of headers from another company installed as I type this.

I am disappointed how the thread was censored as it helps consumers in the auto enthusiast industry.

I am hoping they restore the thread. It was located here:

http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c7-t...re-buying.html

It was very detailed and respectful and did not need to be removed. Lets hope for transparency and honesty here at Corvetteforum.com

What did I tell you!!!!

I just retired after 23 years of serving my Country....... And it's BS like this that just spins me up to the nth degree!!!! And we wonder why this country is in a slow death spiral!!!
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Old 11-20-2013, 03:45 PM   #5
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I can see both sides to this because as a consumer I would want to know everything I can about something I am spending a large amount of money on.

But think about it from a company's perspective.

They did everything the could to make it right and were going to send you a new set, but your time table did not align with that so the only other option is to refund.

With the limited amount of "reviews" that have come out for the C7 headers (all brands), 1 very public bad review can turn off a lot of buyers that likely will not have any issues such as yours.

Either that or there was some funny business by other posters (1 person using 3 different screen names) which warranted the thread being hidden.
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Old 11-20-2013, 04:16 PM   #6
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The thread you referenced Ö

http://forums.corvetteforum.com/tran...re-buying.html

Ö was moved to the Transactions Feedback section. Moving the thread should have left a link to the new location, but that didnít happen because of a glitch of some kind.

We encourage site users to post a factual account of issues they have with vendors and other site users so that information will be available for others to review before making future purchasing decisions. Such posts were consolidated several years ago in the Transactions Feedback section after complaints that feedback on sales was difficult to find because it was scattered across multiple sections of the site.

Here are the details on how to make feedback posts:

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drtonyprimo, your complaints are surprising since the record shows you are aware that your complaint on an unresolved dispute is in the Transactions Feedback section, available for all to review:

http://forums.corvetteforum.com/tran...o-service.html

When you insisted on posting the same complaint three more times in other sections, you were cautioned and asked to review the rules in the above-referenced link on unresolved disputes.

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