i agree bro and some of us have no problems at all, so its a bonus!!Originally posted by speedfreak@Feb 12 2003, 10:15 AM
<_< OK, I don't mean to piss on anyones parade here, but actually I'm kinda impressed AC is sending out the $$. Let me ask you guys a question, when was the last time say an automobile co. sent out $$ to their customers due to recalls on their products? Might be easy for me to say due to no problems with my F7 but it's something gang, they didn't have to do it. Hopefully to those with problems, you can get the wrinkles out during the warranty period. Let's face it , this is a high perf. sled, stuffs going to break! To those who can't afford to fix them, don't buy a consumer race sled, buy a ZR. Nuff said.
Come on Highmark, remove the rear heat exchanger, stiffen the valving on the shocks, change the gearing and what do ya have, A RACE SLED. This is what the perf. public wants. Cat has put a sled on the market, like it or not, but let's call a rose a rose. It is what it is. But, from what I've seen on this site over the past 3 months is that AC sure wasn't real good on the quality control. :wacko: Bottom line is after the warranty runs out, hopefully the bugs have been fixed.Originally posted by Highmarkxt800@Feb 12 2003, 12:35 PM
I'm sure Cat would go for that. How about I buy what you want and sell it to you at retail prices! :lol:
As far as Automobile companies go. I've heard about people complaining to GM about their 5.3 - 6.0 - 8.1 Liter's cold start knocking noise and being given a 100,000 mile engine warranty. To me that's a hell of a lot better than a check for something I really don't need. At least cat could make the $100 go towards the extended warranty. I also have never seen the F7 called a consumer race sled by Cat. If that was the case there would be no warranty. Do the racers who order the 440 snopro get a warranty. My bet is they don't. This is not a consumer race sled.