RE: [DMCForum] Re: FanZilla VS "Fan Fix":
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RE: [DMCForum] Re: FanZilla VS "Fan Fix":


I wasn't trying to attack you but sometimes, perhaps because of your
electrical background, you say things that look good on paper but I don't
think you have the necessary experience to back up in practice. That’s are young and entitled to your own opinion. You've said both
good and bad things about Zilla's and I appreciate some of it and don't mind
listening to suggestions but you don't know the track record of all the
products out there like I do. I could pick apart the Houston tank sender too
but what point would there be as it is currently the only cost effective one
available so I use it too.  It has faults I could reveal but since I don't
currently have a better product available what IS the point.

The fact that BobZilla and I stuck our necks out and introduced a better
line of electronics for the D which have proven reliable should not be the
cause of so much grumbling and second guessing by every owner with an
electrical degree. I don't have one so you have me there but Bobzilla knows
electrical design and I know DeLorean's better than you, Elvis, and a half a
dozen other people who seem unsatisfied with their design.

If you guys can build better modules for the locks and fans and sell them
for $9.99 or even $299.99 I say more power to you. But if you're not going
to because you "can't justify the cost" I say it's time to "shit or get off
the pot". I don't mean that in a bad way it's just that the same crap keeps
getting repeated over and over and I don't see why I should have to waste
time defending our products to people who don't even use them. When my
customers start complaining about them is when I'll be concerned. I hear the
same complaints from mostly the same people every year. If you don't like it
I'm not asking you to buy it...OK. Just keep a wary eye on your "Fan Fix's,
your fan fail wires, or any of your own homebuilt inventions lest you one
day find YOUR DeLorean on fire! 

Rob Grady,

P.J.Grady Inc.

-----Original Message-----
From: DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Martin Gutkowski
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2005 8:19 AM
To: DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: rob@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [DMCForum] Re: FanZilla VS "Fan Fix":


Simple point here: The Fanzilla is a good product, but expensive and 
could be better at the design level *in my opinion*. Your attack on me 
yesterday was based purely on one comment where I pointed out that I'd 
seen a FanZilla that didn't work. Was that fair?

I'd written a long e-mail which I'm sure would be accepted in the same 
negative way, so I've deleted it and this is -my- last word on the 
subject. I don't like the mud-slinging but will continue advise my 
customers as to the best products and the best place to buy them, if not 
available from us.


pjgrady2000 wrote:

> -
> Martin,
> Hmmm..... you didn't build it because it would be at a price
> you "couldn't justify". Sounds like a Fanzilla I suppose but why is
> it you two "electrical engineers" can find so much fault with a
> product but aren't willing to invest the time and money to invent
> something better for less as you suggest it would be so easy to do. 

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