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I'm done with ECS

supreme_gti

Go Kart Newbie
Damn ECS TUNING!!!! I unfollowed them on Instagram... I do not plan on buying from them ever again, unless I absolutely need too...

I might need mounting hardware from them for my ECS tuning skid plate.... -_-
 

uglybastard

Autocross Champion
Damn ECS TUNING!!!! I unfollowed them on Instagram... I do not plan on buying from them ever again, unless I absolutely need too...

I might need mounting hardware from them for my ECS tuning skid plate.... -_-
Unless you figure out what you need and make your own kit form the hardware store...
 

JOHNDERS2586

New member
I picked up my 14 GTI about 4 months ago, being new to the platform I've found ECS tuning to be overall a great resource for parts and information. Almost everything they sell has the install instructions right there for you.You can find almost anything you will need in 1 place. I've spent about 5 grand with them so far. Yes there has been a few hiccups in things being delayed, shipping charges ect.. However any time Ive brought up an issue with them, they have come through for me..Or at least tried to help.. I've had many makes an models an pretty much modded every one of them. IMO ECS has been one of the best one stop shop places for parts and info I've ever dealt with.. I am probably lucky to have had such great luck unlike some but dang this sound like a bunch of first world problem complaining going on... It's a rough time for supply chains etc right now all over..Good customer service is almost non existent everywhere. It's hard for businesses to find people who actually want to work. Have some patience and understanding.. I get frustrated to In the moment, an I'm not saying there isn't room for improvement but at the end of the day we are all fortunate to be able to do the things we do as car enthusiast.. Off soap box..
 
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notovicrious

Autocross Champion
I remember my first comment on the topic. It's not just because of shipping and "supply chains and lack of employees", take my most recent experience for example...when a product shows "In Stock" and then you buy it and it changes to "warehouse transfer" for a month then to "product inbound" a month later, back to "warehouse transfer" and back to "product inbound" to eventually lead me to have to cancel the order all together...that's third world country shit.
 

clownish

just clowning around
I picked up my 14 GTI about 4 months ago, being new to the platform I've found ECS tuning to be overall a great resource for parts and information. Almost everything they sell has the install instructions right there for you.You can find almost anything you will need in 1 place. I've spent about 5 grand with them so far. Yes there has been a few hiccups in things being delayed, shipping charges ect.. However any time Ive brought up an issue with them, they have come through for me..Or at least tried to help.. I've had many makes an models an pretty much modded every one of them. IMO ECS has been one of the best one stop shop places for parts and info I've ever dealt with.. I am probably lucky to have had such great luck unlike some but dang this sound like a bunch of first world problem complaining going on... It's a rough time for supply chains etc right now all over..Good customer service is almost non existent everywhere. It's hard for businesses to find people who actually want to work. Have some patience and understanding.. I get frustrated to In the moment, an I'm not saying there isn't room for improvement but at the end of the day we are all fortunate to be able to do the things we do as car enthusiast.. Off soap box..
theyve been shitty for at least ten years now.
 
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