So how reliable is 935motorsports?

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So how reliable is 935motorsports?

Postby sacanadian » Wed Jun 10, 2009 2:43 pm

So I have been sitting on the fence with purchasing parts from 935motorsports. I have sent them an email, personally called and spoke to someone named Ed about rotors and pads, and still no reply. It has been over a week with me calling and leaving a message everyday and still no reply!

Can someone please tell me why they are so bad at business? Is it too hard to pick up a phone and call a customer that is planning on dropping a few hundred bucks into your business?

If others have had bad experiences with 935 please let me know and also could someone tell me where I can get rotors from since it looks like I will be ordering my Porterfield pads from TwosRUS since they seem to be more business oriented and customer friendly. They don't have rotors though so I am still looking.

By the way I have a JDM 1990 Celica GT-Four and from what I have read on this forum I need ST165 Rotors and pads for the front and St185 rotors and pads for the rear... hope that this is true since this is what I am looking to purchase.

Thanks in advance.
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Nick from Calgary, living in Kelowna

1990 ST185- (RIP)..8d/1000km later!
1990 ST185- Still going strong!>ACT 6puck sprung; Apexi TT; Aussie 3" DP∓ Blitz DSBC,VD BOV; Defi CntrlII; HKS SSCatback; TRD Boost Gauge; TWM shift
1992 Ae101- Sold!
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Postby sacanadian » Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:41 pm

no one has anything to say?
Wow! The silence I guess speaks for itself....
Nick from Calgary, living in Kelowna

1990 ST185- (RIP)..8d/1000km later!
1990 ST185- Still going strong!>ACT 6puck sprung; Apexi TT; Aussie 3" DP∓ Blitz DSBC,VD BOV; Defi CntrlII; HKS SSCatback; TRD Boost Gauge; TWM shift
1992 Ae101- Sold!
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Postby Mafix » Mon Jun 15, 2009 11:21 am

make sure on your brakes that you have twin pot calipers on the front. if so then that is a 165 brake set up.

robert is extremely busy. and he can be a pain to get ahold of.
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