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Old 10-02-2002, 01:28 AM   #26
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Default Vishnu Service story to tell

So its been a few weeks since I've placed my order with Vishnutuning to buy their dual tip exhaust... still no exhaust. Orginally I was planing on buying m2's turboback but a friend of my noted that VIshnu's just came out and I should take a look. I was having trouble finding a good vendor for the m2 and figured extra money spent on the vishnu wouldnt be much considering I plan to have my rex for a really long time. So I order the exhaust and change my mind about having it shipped. I decide to go pick it up. I live in the LA area and figure I could go visit a few friends and save some cash on shipping. It would be also a good opportunity to see some quality subaru tuning going on. I called and confirmed that my order would be available for pick up. I get to my friends place- hang out for awhile and then make the call to vishnu. "Order should be in after 5pm call back." No problem I figure I'm in town for a few days and having a good time kicking back. I had to cancel my appointment with Vishnu's recommended install centers since the exhaust wasnt ready but I'll install it myself, it will make a good weekend project. Next day..no go. I'm a pretty calm guy and understand that shipments can get lost but it really bugs me out when I'm given the runaround. To much talking to get the truth. So finally I talk to a pretty good natured guy named Brett. Nice guy after a few minutes he explained that the shippment from australia was lost and that the soonest he could get me an exhaust shipped out for FREE with a bonus battery tie down would be Sunday. I figured no harm done I mean shipments do get lost right? EIther way I had a great few days with freinds and granted my excitment of returning home with a new exhaust dwindled I was still pretty up beat. But now after promises of a phone calls and internet updates..nothing. They're service dept initially handled the situation with a fair compromise. The problem now is that I'm in the dark as to when my exhaust will come in. I mean patience is a virtue and all but I really want my exhaust! Anyway I'll update you guys on the situation and figure I'll give it a few more days until I cancel my order. Its been nearly 3weeks since my initial order and figure whats another few days...but since the ports are all closed here on the west coast (labor dispute) and taking at face value of a shipping issue I'll probably settle for something in stock. Not that that's a bad thing. Anyway sorry for the long story but I thought my fellow I-clubbers should know and maybe this might help people decide which way to go for tuning.
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Old 10-02-2002, 03:30 AM   #27
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I have a story to tell, too. I bought a used stage zero kit this week, but it was missing the 02 plug and an uppipe stud. I called vishnu tuning today to try to buy the parts. They sent them out FOR FREE. Thanks vishnu.
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Old 10-02-2002, 04:00 AM   #28
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I've never purchased anything from Vishnu and I'm not trying to stick up for them. I think its not right for a vendor to keep someone in the dark about a product order. But heres a good reason for them promising a product to you and not being able to get it to you on time:

Shipping Problems

P.S. I'm not sure if this effects Vishnu but I'm pretty sure it might have.

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Old 10-02-2002, 07:08 AM   #29
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How could they be waiting for a "shipment from Australia" when, as the Vishnu website says..

"Conceived, Designed and Manufactured in the USA"

?????????
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Old 10-02-2002, 08:32 AM   #30
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Quote:
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How could they be waiting for a "shipment from Australia" when, as the Vishnu website says..

"Conceived, Designed and Manufactured in the USA"

?????????
Where do they buy their turbo flanges at? I don't think anyone in the US makes them, so, unless Vishnu's machinist makes all the flanges, they have to buy them elsewhere.

Just a thought...
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Old 10-02-2002, 09:05 AM   #31
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Actually, all our flanges are made in the US. Just a few miles away, in fact. Same goes for all fuel rails, pulleys, hose kits, up-pipes, signature turbo-backs, intercooler, mbcs, TEC3 kits, aux. electronics, harnesses, etc,. Right now, the only things that we offer that aren't manufactured in the US is the Unichip, non-signature turbo-back exhaust and some bolt-on turbochargers. Okay, maybe spark plugs too.

The non-signature turbo-back is manufactured for us overseas since our fabrication facility is busy enough with the rest of our product line and cannot crank out the quantities necessary to meet demand. While I would love to keep everything built in-house or locally, it's just not feasible as far as supply, cost and space is concerned. We'll update the website accordingly as some portions are still unchanged from a year ago.

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PS. And yep, the labor strike did slow things down for a couple of weeks. We're sorry for any inconvenience.
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Old 10-02-2002, 11:00 AM   #32
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Default Hmm....question

Shiv,

Is this design your own, or is the someone else's part you are selling?

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Old 10-02-2002, 11:11 AM   #33
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Sti Killer, You've got a knack for the obvious but news of the port lock out didnt come till after i was told of a shipping problem\
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Old 10-02-2002, 02:50 PM   #34
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Sti Killer, You've got a knack for the obvious but news of the port lock out didnt come till after i was told of a shipping problem\
-nick
Regardless of when the news came out the port lockout has been an ongoing problem for the past week.

Like I said earlier I'm not sticking up for Vishnu, I don't really have any vendor loyalty, and I agree that if a customer is upset about a vendor then more than likely the vendor isn't handling things in the best manner possible.

Hope everything gets to you and you get some form of compenation!

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Old 10-04-2002, 12:33 PM   #35
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Yeah I placed my order for the Stage 1 kit a few weeks ago, at which time I was given the ETA that my order would be shipped out at the end of the week. Sounded great! So I call them up again a week later, and I get word they are waiting on the mysterious electronic components, and to call back a week later. So I call back a week later, at which time they say call back in a few days. The current word is that there is another delay on the signature series exhaust, and I wasn't even given an ETA this time, just told to call back again in a week. I understand there is a high demand and getting all the ducks in a row concerning manufacturing and whatnot can be a chore, but why did they even bother accepting my order if it's something they cannot do? Don't get me wrong, I have been very pleased with my Stage Zero for the last 9 months and think Shiv puts out some great product, but I'm just sick of delays and waiting.

Then to make things even more annoying, I ordered some new gauges from jcwhitney.com (boost and egt), and wasn't told until after the purchase that one of the items I ordered is on back order. I've emailed them again recently, and they said that I should have my egt gauge around mid-October, well over a month after I ordered it.

Waiting sucks b@llz.
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Old 11-08-2002, 05:37 PM   #36
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Unhappy Vishnu Sales - EMail -

What's up with Vishnu and e-mail. I sent them an e-mail on Monday (Nov 4.) and still no reply... (sales@vishnutuning.com)

I got the e-mail from their official website too, so I know it went to the right place.

Can anyone share some info on known problems with Vishnu and their e-mail repsonses?

I like what I read about Vishnu here at i-Club and on their own website but what do they expect people to do when they can't get any answers by way of e-mail.

Sure I can call, but with e-mail it's pure and simple in writing. So I can always keep it as reference...

What do you guys think?
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Old 11-08-2002, 08:30 PM   #37
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well, very few vendors are replying this week...everyone is at SEMA

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Old 11-08-2002, 11:49 PM   #38
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Hello,

Shiv and Brett are both at SEMA. I don't know if they're even open this week at all?

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Old 11-08-2002, 11:51 PM   #39
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calling them will get you a much quicker response than emailing them. i think they get way too much email to even attempt to sort through.
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Old 11-09-2002, 02:38 PM   #40
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Quote:
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i think they get way too much email to even attempt to sort through.
yea... with i-club over 20,000 strong, im sure Vishnu will not even "attempt" to sort out their e-mail. you think they do better business by placing cable access ads?


edit:
i think i'll wait a bit longer, it's realistic to think SEMA is the reason they have not responded yet..
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Old 01-04-2003, 10:53 PM   #41
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Thumbs down VISHNU has the crappiest service EVER!!!

Vishnu's customer service is the worst I have EVER seen since I tried to buy a link ecu from carmodifications.com, but that's a different story. I ordered my special vishnu fuel rails and 550 cc injectors at the somewhat hefty price of ~$850. This was the better part of 2 months ago...2 MONTHS AGO. Well, after calling NUMEROUS times only to be told they were waiting for a fitting, I received my package last night. Inside was everything I ordered, only...I only got 1 fuel rail. 1 FUEL RAIL...2 MONTHS and $850 got my ONE FUEL RAIL. The other was a piece of metal with vishnu scribed into it. *** is that?? 2 months and they couldn't finish my ****ing fuel rail. Maybe if I had a wrx I would've gotten some customer service and 2 fuel rails, but I don't have a wrx and obviously I got the back burner from a company that everyone claims is great. Well, I think VISHNU SUCKS. I would never order from them again and if they think I'm paying the ridiculous 20% restocking fee, then they have another thing coming.
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Old 01-05-2003, 01:00 AM   #42
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Default I think Shiv should be out there somewhere...

step up to the plate and get your issue resolved with this customer.

By the looks of it, he seems really unhappy.

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Old 01-16-2003, 08:15 PM   #43
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My experience with Vishnu started around early in 2001 when I purchased a Stage Zero setup. There was a lot of hype about it here on i-club at the time along a growing fledgling flock of devoted Vishnu users. The fact that the whole setup (at the time) could be purchased for only $950 also made this an appealing choice.

Needless to say, I bought it, and was amazed at the difference it made when compared to a stock WRX. "This is how the car should come from the factory", I thought to myself. Bang for buck, this gear was close to unbeatable.

The fun lasted a good few months before it started to feel commonplace to me; I craved that feeling of more speed. Good thing Vishnu was developing and soon to release the Stage One! This news made me feel like going with Vishnu over TurboXS wasn't a bad choice after all, although I repeatedly had been thinking to myself that I could have already had a matching exhaust and other goodies already in and cranking if I had gone with TurboXS. I could hardly wait to call them up and order the moment they said it was available! But, man, did I ever wait...

Finally, late August early September 2001 comes. My interest in my car has severely waned, and then I see they have info on their website, and say that Stage Two can be purchased (I didn't know why or how they had Stage Two but no Stage One).

I call up a few weeks later, and they accept my order for a Stage One (because it's much cheaper to buy the VF30 or VF34, injectors, and fuel pump from someone else) with a Signature Series exhaust. Good lord I'm stoked! I could barely sleep due to excessive salivation of the goodies that would be at my door in "3 weeks".

I call three weeks later, thinking I would get my tracking number so that I would have some internet porn to look at on ups.com...
****!!!
They are having trouble getting them produced. I'll have to wait another three weeks. O well, that's ok though, because when it gets here, my car is gonna be a fire-breathing monster that will devour all the local rice and muscleheads with spectacular splendor, muhahhaa.

Ok, repeat the wait three weeks, get told three weeks, call back in three weeks part until a month and a half ago. I call, plain tired of waiting, and switch my order to the regular Vishnu exhaust at that point. They say, the single tip ones should be here in a week, at which time we'll ship it. Call back three weeks later, no dice, they don't have it yet, wait a few more weeks.

Story summed up, they accepted my order for a Stage One in early September, and it didn't arrive until Tuesday (1/14). It took around five frickin' months of "it will be there soon's" to get this thing. Holy delay and abundance of unecessary long distance phone calls to California.

In fairness to them however, Brett, Ken, and Shiv were always very polite and courteous when calling them, and were almost always willing to talk turbos, tuning, and exhaust theory. Additionally, the exhaust that I'll be installing tomorrow is a beautifully crafted piece. I just wish I would have known up front that the delay would have been this incredibly long, so that I could have made the switch to the TXS camp and kept my hunger for having an easy to maintain and operate, fire-breathing WRX at bay.
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Old 01-19-2003, 12:09 PM   #44
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Follow up...

The stage 1 setup is quite nice. It has a great exhaust note, especially when "getting on it"; not too loud, but deffinitely noticeable. Big improvement over the way I was driving it the last 5 months with a stage 0 minus the unichip (because I got it back tuned for stage 1). The car is up to 90 before you even realize it. Additionally, the single tip exhaust look great. I can't wait until I have some extra cheese lying around for a bigger turbo, bigger ic, injectors, fuel pump, samco, then some Ecutek.

The only thing that had me a little annoyed is that I called and asked for, then called twice again to confirm that my order would contain new uppipe gaskets. My order did not contain new uppipe gaskets. My local Subaru dealer (Thomas Dodge Subaru in NY) is the biggest bunch of liars, thieves, and scumbags I've ever come accross, and didn't even know what an uppipe gasket was when I went to get new ones for my stage 0 install. Due to this, I would rather have it sent to me.

Great product from Vishnu, vrey nice people, poor delivery (5 month wait + forgotten products).
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Old 01-19-2003, 08:42 PM   #45
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dang i have always wanted vishnu parts, but I guess I'll order some from different vendors
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Old 01-20-2003, 10:37 AM   #46
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Same here. I ordered a stage zero with EMI adaptor and EMI harness. They had the stage zero and EMI harness in stock and sent that out after I asked where my order was. He said he was waiting for the EMI adaptors to come in and he would be sending everything else out soon. My order was placed December 4th 2002 and have yet to receive my EMI adaptor. I got emails saying they would be shipped out monday then monday rolled around and nothing came in the next couple days. Emailed again they then said they would be sent out at the end of the week. And it leads me to present day. I Emailed them after the end of the week rolled around and no email back yet. I just sent another email right before I found this to post this to the public.

All this crap from West Coast vendors makes me feel like spending full price on crap at the local performance shop. 3 months for a carbon hood that was never made till there were law suits involved and now a little EMI adaptor, from a vendor who i though was so cool and saved up so long (6 bucks an hour) to buy from and now they want to play the run around game with me too.

----------------------------------------------------------
Hello Tony,
I am shipping this out later this week. Sorry about the delay Tony.

Brett Payne
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-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Ngo [mailto:stupidkid@asianavenue.com]

Sent: Monday, January 06, 2003 4:48 PM
To: sales@vishnutuning.com

Subject: RE: Customer receipt - edited


It's been over a week and I havn't seen this thing at my door. There
is a
track event coming up this Friday. Could you please tell me if its on
the
way or what the situation on the EMi adaptors are.


----- Original Message -----
From: <sales@vishnutuning.com>

Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2002 14:15:48 -0800
To: "Tony Ngo" <stupidkid@asianavenue.com>

Subject: RE: Customer receipt - edited

> Hello Tony,
> The EMi adaptors should be leaving here on Monday. Happy
Holidays.
>
> Brett Payne
> www.vishnutuning.com
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tony Ngo [mailto:stupidkid@asianavenue.com]

> Sent: Friday, December 27, 2002 8:05 AM
> To: sales@vishnutuning.com

> Cc: stupidkid@asianavenue.com

> Subject: Customer receipt - edited
>
>
> Did the EMI adapters come in yet? I got the rest of my order
minus the EMI
> adapter and was told they were on their way to you, and im
wondering when
> ones going to be coming my way.
>
> -Tony-
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Old 01-20-2003, 10:32 PM   #47
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i'm sorry for your bad luck. i'm not really sure what happened to be honest. i ordered my stage one kit from shiv (with ecutek) and i received everything within a month (the exhaust took a little longer than everything else). i got the standard exhaust (not the signature series) and with everything installed i have to say that i am EXTREMELY pleased with craftsmanship and performance. the reflashed ECU coupled with all of shiv's parts are worth every penny i spent. i live in VA and honestly had no trouble with anything shipping-wise from shiv. the bleeder restrictor that's supposed to get installed with the stage 1 got left out of the package - understandable oversight imho. i called, talked to brett about it i think, and i got the bleeder 2 days later. i really don't know what happened with you guys. maybe since he's doing ecu reflashing now that's taking the place of the emi adapter and unichip that's why it is taking / took so long for the emi adapter. i don't know. anyway, like i said, i am very pleased and am very much looking forward to the stage 3.

i hope you have better luck in the future.

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Old 01-20-2003, 11:08 PM   #48
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Don't get me wrong, I am highly pleased with the quality and performance of the product. I also have not once ever had a hard time speaking with them, and they are always friendly. I do however wish they would have gotten me the things they supposedly had for sale and that I placed an order for sooner than 5 months. Now that I have the parts I'm less irritated and kind of glad I waited, but even still, that was a long time to wait. I just wish I would have known up front, that's all.

If Shiv ever decides to give the East coast another Santa-esque tuning trip, I deffinitely am going Ecutek. I'm thinking Ecutek + big turbo = dead Corvettes & fun. (In a safe track environment of course).
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Old 01-22-2003, 12:40 PM   #49
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Vishnu rocks!

but I am scared to go up there because I might dent my Credit card more...
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Old 01-23-2003, 07:23 AM   #50
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Called them couple days ago left name number email no one called back yet... vishnu does not rock right now.
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