<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by NOVSPAIN:
<strong>In a few weeks will be ready a complete article with pictures abouth the supercharger kit of Autodelta in a 166
Regards</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Dear Novitec friend,
No offence please but I see you have no brains (not you specificly, but the one who ordered you to do this). To sell something = to be smart, you have to see your product from THE CUSTOMER'S POINT OF VIEW, not yours.
My point: Suppose i want a turbo or supercharger kit. Lets say i have two options,
Novitec and Autodelta. Suppose i know nothing about technical details, i just see
two companies who claim they do their job right. Additionally, i see the one company
(doesn matter which one) blaming the other's products. I dont like that, even if you are right, you lose your advantage by this behaviour of panic. And i simply will not choose you, because my feeling is that you will show the same behaviour on me too, as your customer
. On my first Novitec kit problem, it seems that I am the one who will be blamed, and i dont need that. Capito ?? Its not modern sales, its just called common sense
Its like those wrestling fighters who blame each other before the fight.
It would be more decent to give much details at your site about your work, and some real customers' reviews.
Leave the rest companies aside and give us some info about your better products (even if this is not right, since this site does not exist to serve your interests.)
For example, wtf is your intake kit doing with the air filter placed at the hottest area of the engine bay?
Gimme a technical explanation on this (and please notice, I am not a mechanical engineer, but I ensure you I am aware of thermodynamics).
I just noticed you already asked about the intake kit, sorry
I guess its a common question http://www.alfaowner.com/forum/ubb/icons/icon6.gif