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Old December 12th, 2017, 11:50   #181
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Should put Napa, Autozone, Advance, Pep boys, etc all on this list too..

Did you miss the part I said about NON CRITICAL?
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Old December 12th, 2017, 13:33   #182
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Should put Napa, Autozone, Advance, Pep boys, etc all on this list too..

Did you miss the part I said about NON CRITICAL?
Nope.

Did you miss the part about supporting him, even on "non-critical" items is perpetuating his shady business and likelihood to destroy yet more engines?

Napa, Vato, advance etc all have brands they need to protect. If they sell a timing belt that is obviously faulty, they will stand behind it. Rottenbacher does nothing of the sort.



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Old December 20th, 2017, 02:22   #183
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Hello, i was wondering what everyone thinks of Parts Place Inc. i have gotten some parts for my older 1.6 diesel and been happy.
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Old December 27th, 2017, 16:53   #184
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Not the correct thread to post this. Start your own. This is for bad experiences to warn others.
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Old March 9th, 2018, 07:26   #185
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My BLAAST 'Billet turbo', which allegedly gave up to 30 lbs. of boost (per seller) lasted about 500 miles.
Had problems with the turbo from day one, and was fed a stream of B.S. by the seller.
BLAAST has ignored my e mails for warranty coverage.
I replaced it with a VNT-17, and have had no problems.
If you buy a BLAAST turbo, you are throwing away good money.
(I'm running a Malone Stage 4 tune)
A bump for this crook. Learning the hard way is expensive...
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Old April 21st, 2018, 06:31   #186
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We are not buying jewelry here, i have been buy from Pete for 4=5 years, some OEM parts are more important than others kolbensmit bearings etc. i have used the Arco pistons both IDI and TDI, we spec them while boring and have only had to return one, he sent us another no questions asked.
Volkswagen China is still making 1.6 engine for new cars. General motors has adapted that very same engine in chevy cruze and equinox.
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Old April 23rd, 2018, 08:58   #187
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I live in charlotte,nc and I bought from Prothe( he goes by LOTS of names) and a simple HD trans mount for a mk3 fell apart and was poorly constructed ..even the metal mount was a flimsy metal. The mk4 clutch slave and master both crapped out within a month..the autozone parts were better constructed out of the box and didn't let down. The mount from Roth. had the metal bend and the rubber twist itself. You can buy cheap crap off of him but ultimately all his crap comes from cheap manufacturers where he buys in bulk .
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Old April 25th, 2018, 08:33   #188
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We are not buying jewelry here, i have been buy from Pete for 4=5 years, some OEM parts are more important than others kolbensmit bearings etc. i have used the Arco pistons both IDI and TDI, we spec them while boring and have only had to return one, he sent us another no questions asked.
Volkswagen China is still making 1.6 engine for new cars. General motors has adapted that very same engine in chevy cruze and equinox.

Will you warranty your engine work when one of those pistons blows apart at 4000rpm and takes out the rest of the engine with it?
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Old April 25th, 2018, 13:05   #189
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We are not buying jewelry here, i have been buy from Pete for 4=5 years, some OEM parts are more important than others kolbensmit bearings etc. i have used the Arco pistons both IDI and TDI, we spec them while boring and have only had to return one, he sent us another no questions asked...
Please let us know the name of your business so we can post it here to let folks know to avoid it...
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Old July 4th, 2018, 10:05   #190
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I bought an actuator from someone named Prothe on eBay Hoping that it was a Good Deal, it Made my car run Great but there is a Permanent CEL that Won’t Go away? They said that they have Never had Any trouble with their units at all? I had to Custom Grind the Bracket to get it to Bolt to my Car, it was such a PITA and took way to long to install! Especially since it Now gives me a Permanent Fault Code! Junk!
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Old July 4th, 2018, 11:02   #191
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YOU GOT PROTHE'D. Never buy from rothenbacher engineering. His stuff is CRAP.
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