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Old 12-28-2018, 08:11 PM
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Hello to everyone.

We are proud to announce Climarepair REVOLUTION



Available at: http://www.climarepair.com/porsche-r...ir-revolution/

Now taking preorders. Release date: Jan 15th 2019

Plenty of stock available (hundreds).

These are exactly like the OEM´s Porsche introduced in late 2007 to stop the peeling issue.

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I'm confused. Is this a new V1 or V4 of the old junk?

Buyer beware.
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Originally Posted by Climarepair.com View Post
Hello to everyone.

We are proud to announce Climarepair REVOLUTION


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMoCqShHVXU

Available at: http://www.climarepair.com/porsche-r...ir-revolution/

Now taking preorders. Release date: Jan 15th 2019

Plenty of stock available (hundreds).

These are exactly like the OEM´s Porsche introduced in late 2007 to stop the peeling issue.

Best regards,
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How does it stop the peeling issue? What’s the difference?
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Originally Posted by Flat_Six_ View Post


How does it stop the peeling issue? What’s the difference?
Hello, the peeling issue was due to a softy coat Porsche used to use from 2004 to 2007. On 2007 they changed coating and the issue was over (that’s why 2008 cars and most 997 Turbos do not suffer from this).

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$160?! Sorry, I'm sure its a fine product, but that is too steep for me.

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Originally Posted by Climarepair.com View Post


Now taking preorders. Release date: Jan 15th 2019

Plenty of stock available (hundreds).

John
Here's an interesting sequence of phrases. Hundreds of stock available on a not produced yet item.

After trying multiple versions of these, I've gone to the other guy's on both my cars and will stick with those for the quality and their customer service.
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Originally Posted by Petza914 View Post
Here's an interesting sequence of phrases. Hundreds of stock available on a not produced yet item.

After trying multiple versions of these, I've gone to the other guy's on both my cars and will stick with those for the quality and their customer service.
C'mon, Petza. You know how stringent his QC is. He's gotta pick out all the preproduction pieces first so he doesn't have another "V1 Incident".

Oh, and the "other guys" with the good product and customer service is MA Carbon!
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Originally Posted by Petza914 View Post
Here's an interesting sequence of phrases. Hundreds of stock available on a not produced yet item.
Really? How do you know? How many produced items you really know we have? How many pre orders you really know we receive every day? Maybe we just want to avoid an “out of stock” situation?

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Originally Posted by Climarepair.com View Post


Really? How do you know? How many produced items you really know we have? How many pre orders you really know we receive every day? Maybe we just want to avoid an “out of stock” situation?

Have a good day
Don't worry. If you have hundreds on hand, you'll be fine with the 20 you'll sell and the 16 people will want to send back.

Sorry, but you burned a bunch of us here on the version 1 and version 2 switches, releasing next versions.that were incrementally a little better, even before we received the previously ordered versions, then not letting us return them to you for a refund, and then contesting the PayPal claims we entered, essentially sticking us with unusable, expensive junk we weren't willing to install in our cars. Personally I don't care how good the Revolution v4 or whatever number you're up to now are... .didn't even bother to watch the video... . as I won't do business with a company like yours a second time when there's a reputable company like MA Carbon producing nice, high quality pieces without the BS, and I'll continue to suggest others here don't buy from you either.

Guess you'll have to start yet another new thread, since this one, like the others, is now not going to be a very effective sales channel. Don't worry, we'll post in the next one too.
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Yeah... a little better

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the MA Carbon ***** are first rate. Couldn’t believe it when I saw this thread. AGAIN?!
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Originally Posted by Climarepair.com View Post


Hello, the peeling issue was due to a softy coat Porsche used to use from 2004 to 2007. On 2007 they changed coating and the issue was over (that’s why 2008 cars and most 997 Turbos do not suffer from this).

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Aha! I always wondered about this whenever I've seen peeling ones. I've got an '05 and it has non-soft-touch buttons which have not degraded. I bought the car in '09 so apparently the original owner must have had them replaced under warranty post-2007. Cleared up a long-standing mystery for me.
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the MA Carbon ***** are first rate. Couldn’t believe it when I saw this thread. AGAIN?!
Do they hold up without peeling? Or do they suffer the same issue as my ‘06 OEM buttons ...
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Originally Posted by Flat_Six_ View Post


Do they hold up without peeling? Or do they suffer the same issue as my ‘06 OEM buttons ...
I’ve had my MACarbon ones for over a year and they’re still perfect. Service was excellent too, great experience.
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