i dont even see rrm listed as a vendor...
Rock and Zeitronix have both said the NSPP doesn't have a learning curve, after Rock said it was 100miles, then 300miles, then 600miles, etc...Man, I'm really surprised that some of you are so unhappy with the NSPP. I have noticed a significant increase in HP and TQ on my 2.0L Coupe--and I've only had it on the car for three days now!
I'm just curious...
To those of you who not satisfied, do you have a 3.8L? If so, did you wait at least a week for the car to adjust itself before forming an opinion?
Going to read the other thread(s) now...
Is it based on total number of complaints or number of complaints vs number of units sold? Logically, if you sold 30 items and 15 people want a refund, I would think 50% complaints would be enough. Laws don't always, if ever, follow logic though...Consumer Alerts, Information & Complaints - California Dept. of Justice - Office of the Attorney General
Interesting that RRM has a track record of bringing products to market that don't deliver the advertised benefits! Had I known that, I would have thought twice about doing business with them. While I'm one of the lucky ones as far as the NSPP is concerned, the FC paperweight on my desk is a constant reminder of $$$$ for nothing.
I believe that only if large numbers complain to the Cali AG will we get any results.
I also have not received my UTune software!