You cry about wanting instructions that read like putting together a set of legos. Nobody is twisting your arm to spend your $$$ here. You obviously want the best conversion kit out there so this is why you are here. News flash, you're gonna have to use your noggin a bit with this one. If I were Motech I wouldn't even sell you a kit because I already know the time I am going to have to invest on the phone with you would not be worth the measly amount I made from you.
Oh trust me, nobody twists my arm to do anything I don't want to do, especially when it comes to spending money.
And yes, I want the best conversion kit out there...........is that something to criticize me over???? Should I instead want the shittiest one out there? I fail to see your point.
And you are probably right. Motech wouldn't sell me a kit at this point regardless. But ironically your reasoning as to why is somewhat contradictory. The reason I feel adequate instructions are necessary is exactly because I don't want to spend time on the phone with Motech during an install. That just creates delays and wastes a lot of time with voicemails and phone tag.
I am sure by now I have pissed off Robbie to the point where I am banned from being a future customer. If so, so be it.
And I am quite familiar with using my noggin. As I posted before, I have been involved in a number of hemi swaps. I was involved in one of the first, if not the first hemi swap with a 2011 545 trans that Chrysler changed the valve body in but never bothered to tell anyone. Suddenly, for reasons nobody could figure out, the jeep went into limp mode. It took AEV about a week to figure out the new valve body didn't work with their software. My point being is that things change. Problems arise. If time were not an issue, what the hell, just work through it all. But time is an issue for me. Maybe not for you or maybe not for most people. But grinding thru problems one at a time, especially when the solution is known, but just not communicated (instructions) is not my idea of a good time.
If you feel like I am "crying" about instructions, well you are entitled to your opinion. And maybe most people would agree with you. I don't really care. As I have said about 10 times now, its Robbie's decision as to whether or not to produce instructions. He has said repeatedly he fully intends to, so I guess at least he agrees with me, on some level.
Probably all for not anyway. I am getting sick of this whole F'ing topic.
I wanted to respond to your attack, but that is it for me. I am done. I will wait and see what transpires in the market place. I was trying to move the ball forward for those of us who want to do our own swap but don't want to drag it out for weeks and weeks. I guess that is too much to ask, at least in your opinion.