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  1. I am surprised and saddened to hear about this, and I have to say that it does not sound right to me at all and suspect that there is more to this than meets the eye. I hope you will not mind helping me get to the bottom of this, so I will email you shortly with a request for information so that I can undertake an analysis. Thank you in advance I doubt whether I’ll be replying to any posts, so if anyone wants to ask me any questions about this or anything else, please email me. Thanks
  2. I am surprised and saddened to hear about this. This situation does not sound right to me at all and suspect that there is more to this than meets the eye, so I have prepared an analysis and a request for information which I will email to you today. I will also carbon copy the LOC management. I hope you review my communication objectively and reply personally to me as soon as possible. Thank you in advance. I doubt whether I’ll be replying to any posts, so if anyone wants to ask me any questions about this or anything else, please email me. Thank you.
  3. that is fair enough if the data is being input by hand in the first instance, but when the data is electronically gathered and stored then surely hand written notes would only be an inferior back up and totally subject to mistakes or falsities forgive me if I am wrong but mapping is normally done with a laptop through a program, with data being stored within or by removable disc dyno work is carried out through a computer with all readings on show, recordable and printable, I have yet to ever see a hand drawn dyno graph Please allow me to explain: The electronic data in question is gat
  4. Those are what we store and rely on. We find electronic media (or human operator) to be insuffuciently reliable. Our records conform to ISO9001 standards. We try to retain both electronic and paper records, but paper is the "fall back" position. Paper is "fall back" or paper is the main form as electronic is insufficient? make your mind up I have already made it clear: We try to retain both electronic and paper records, but paper is the "fall back" position. We have more problems with electronic data storage than paper storage.
  5. As you and TDi are likely to be in litigation, I am not prepared to potentially prejudice our position by making any further comments on yourself or your car. This thread is about Adies car.
  6. Think it would read something like Cho's lexus was running ok, dont worry about the lights on your dash, it will remind you of christmas time Ps, i would advise getting shares in BP or Shell, as you will be visiting these establishments more often than you think May I ask whether you have finished with your comments about Adies car?
  7. Our records conform to ISO9001 standards. We try to retain both electronic and paper records, but paper is the "fall back" position.
  8. There is a witness to the fact that you have. I think you may be confusing it with the electronic data you asked us for which we could not provide.
  9. No we did not blow Adies engine. The sub standard head gasket solution (two head gaskets and a non-conformable decompression plate) that was implemented by whoever built the engine, failed catastrophically. Upon inspection, other internal isses were discovered that would have significantly reduced the engine's life expectancy, even if the sub standard head gasket solution had prevailed. As with all situations where there may be a suspicion over the quality of our work, I recommended that Adie obtain an independant Engineers report. He did that, and I guess it's up to him whether he wants
  10. Those are what we store and rely on. We find electronic media (or human operator) to be insuffuciently reliable.
  11. No we did not blow Adies engine. The sub standard head gasket solution (two head gaskets and a non-conformable decompression plate) that was implemented by whoever built the engine, failed catastrophically. Upon inspection, other internal isses were discovered that would have significantly reduced the engine's life expectancy, even if the sub standard head gasket solution had prevailed. As with all situations where there may be a suspicion over the quality of our work, I recommended that Adie obtain an independant Engineers report. He did that, and I guess it's up to him whether he wants
  12. Gord confirmed that I was right. Please read his comments. Gord seems to have plenty to say about Adies problems, including blaming us for them. Perhaps those sitting on the fence may be interested in seeing his arguments put to the test in public.
  13. He is clearly blaming us for the problems with Adies car, and has possibly infected other people with irrationality too, so it is appropriate that I deal with this issue. He seems to have admitted that he doesn't have any factual data to rely on so I would like to know what he thinks we have done. Am I being unreasonable?
  14. That sounds like a very sweeping and possibly unfair statement to me. Obviously I don't know the answer but there may be very good reasons why RGS and Abbey have taken so long. Do you have any factual information to rely on? Why does that Statement mean you? it could have ment RGS or Abbey?! Guilty conscience? In post 758 Gord said "Thats intresting you should mention RGS & Abbey, when you was the one that blow the engine when it was being mapped, RGS & Abbey now sorting YOUR mess out, yet again" in answer to my post, which is clear proof that he was refering to TDI. I hope he
  15. Abbey and RGS seem to be the only companies that have taken the long time (for which there may well be a very good explanation) that was refered to. However, as you clearly seem to have made your mind up that the problems with Adies car are all our fault, please provide the evidence you have relied upon to form that opinion. Thank you in advance. It was on my super duper Hard drive, that can take upto 2000bhp 4x4 to, all the best stuff, cost me a right bomb i can tell you. Woops, dam, only problem with this sort of system is, when things go wrong and the customer want some data out of i
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