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Bugatti Information


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bugatti

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Posting wikipedia articles in your own forum.........................how nice! aAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAH

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Well it does seem to sum it up. Did you read it? Pretty interesting.

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FAG!

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Bugatti?!?!?!? LOL! You actually think you can attract that class of owners here? HERE??

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Yeah actually I do.

I could repair a Bugatti, even their coveted Veyron!

I know thats too much for you to take in, but unlike many of your forum idol want to be mechanics I would not turn down a request to service a Bugatti.

So there you have it MercedesShop "Kicks" Rocks.



-- Edited by SELLC on Wednesday 16th of September 2009 08:20:07 PM

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SO HOW MANY BUGATTI'S DID YOU HAVE GO THROUGH YOUR SHOP??????????? HAHAHAAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

WHO IN THE RIGHT FRAME OF MIND WITH A BUGATTI WOULD EVEN LET A MONKEY SUCH AS YOURSELF WRENCH ANYTHING?????????? THIS IS THE SAME GUY WHO CAN'T EVEN FIX A FORD TRUCK MOTOR!!!!!!!!!!!!! AHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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One of my favorite cars I wish to have.
These cars are mainly focused on design patterns and these cars were extremely successful in racing, with many thousands of victories in just a few decades.

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Being a spoon fed Ford clone (I'm sure that this would be about your description of me), I will only speak of things Ford.

Disclaimer... after over 30 years in this business, I came to the realization that the opportunities to be "everyman" were close to no longer existant. Without specialized knowledge and (more importantly) specialized manuals and test and service equipment, you were going to go nowhere fast and your customer was going to be the one suffering.... right, Rex? Hows that SuperDuty running, lately? 

Like a doctor, you mioght be a general practitioner and spend most of your time referring patients to a specialist - or you can be a specialist and spend your time curing things.

I chose, after some soul searching, to be the latter.

In an emergency, I might be coerced into performing triage on a Bugatti - that is to say I might spend a few minutes to determine if I may or may not be of assistance for something that might turn out to be a simple fix. But I must also draw a line at some point where my usefullness becomes apparent. And I will bow to your infinite superiority at this point because we all know that you would never approach a public forum to ask for help fixing a powerstroke diesel. I'm not about to wastye my time nor my customers money pretending to be something I'm not.

 

Back to Fords... Even if you read the factory workshop manuals word for word, Ford "assumes" that you have "prior knowledge". The newer the vehicle, the more important this becomes. Everyb time you set out to do even a simple task, there are caveates to observe.

 

Going to change a tie rod end on an EPAS rack?  Striking the rack with a hammer without disconnecting the battery can kill the rack... Ask me about battery load shedding... better yet - tell me about it. Transmission strategy? Misfire strategy? How do you read UEGO data? What bolts can you reuse and what can't you? Modern cars are full of "gotchas" and if you aren't aware, it can get very spendy.



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PogoPossum wrote:

Being a spoon fed Ford clone (I'm sure that this would be about your description of me), I will only speak of things Ford.

Disclaimer... after over 30 years in this business, I came to the realization that the opportunities to be "everyman" were close to no longer existant. Without specialized knowledge and (more importantly) specialized manuals and test and service equipment, you were going to go nowhere fast and your customer was going to be the one suffering.... right, Rex? Hows that SuperDuty running, lately? 

Like a doctor, you mioght be a general practitioner and spend most of your time referring patients to a specialist - or you can be a specialist and spend your time curing things.

I chose, after some soul searching, to be the latter.

In an emergency, I might be coerced into performing triage on a Bugatti - that is to say I might spend a few minutes to determine if I may or may not be of assistance for something that might turn out to be a simple fix. But I must also draw a line at some point where my usefullness becomes apparent. And I will bow to your infinite superiority at this point because we all know that you would never approach a public forum to ask for help fixing a powerstroke diesel. I'm not about to wastye my time nor my customers money pretending to be something I'm not.

 

Back to Fords... Even if you read the factory workshop manuals word for word, Ford "assumes" that you have "prior knowledge". The newer the vehicle, the more important this becomes. Everyb time you set out to do even a simple task, there are caveates to observe.

 

Going to change a tie rod end on an EPAS rack?  Striking the rack with a hammer without disconnecting the battery can kill the rack... Ask me about battery load shedding... better yet - tell me about it. Transmission strategy? Misfire strategy? How do you read UEGO data? What bolts can you reuse and what can't you? Modern cars are full of "gotchas" and if you aren't aware, it can get very spendy.


Dude ... go away.

You SUCK !!!



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