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    Quote Originally Posted by BergGLX View Post
    Hi All, May i know what is the add of CH? Thanks
    Here you are. Also contain some other useful workshops (if u need)

    http://www.lancermotoringclub.com/sh...ad.php?t=22242

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    Add : Ubi Ave 1,Blk 3019A
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    I will be dropping by CH Motor tomorrow at about 1200h with another colleague. Using her car as a test car for the installation of a prototype damper tuned for spirited street driving at a budget. Toyota by the way. Who's gonna be there?
    You become the subject of ridicule when your own people have to emancipate for their entitlements, so, don't blame the online hostility, we just want our rights as lawful citizens of our own country.

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    i will be doing my 40k servicing at 10am

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    might be there haha got problem with my handling

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    My first experience with CH is a pleasant one. I know why their competency is higher. Jo, being the boss is not only a manager. He is the chief technician and foreman too. That's why his technical competency directly relates to the experience he collects on the ground. I can compare him to the eatery Two Chefs at Commonwealth. The outlook of the eatery is not as impressive like an expensive restaurant or as picturesque as a Mcdonald's in the woods. But your views will change when you sit and experience their service and food quality which ultimately is what we look for as food critics. Because being the boss who is also competent with his products will instill tremendous confidence since he absolutely knows what he and his staffs are doing.

    The corporate workshops on the other hand employs people who probably have never worked on the ground or even held a wrench before to assume the post of service advisors. Without the technical competency, how can they solve the problems customers come to them. They can only offer very limited services and products due to this. But with a strong financial background, corporate workshops are not easily tripped by a little percentage of pissed off customers. I will compare them to Mcdonald's. You are merely one out of a thousand customers of the day. Your significance will be greatly reduced. And I am not surprised you will not be even served by the manager who hides behind the monitor in his office.

    For technical competency, it is the technician who does the job that makes the difference. For service, it is the advisor or foreman that makes the difference. Therefore it is very rare that you will run into someone who can perform the duties of a foreman, manager and also the technical specialist. And CH has them both. I am very impressed. Jo is a very rare person I've ever met in the automotive industry for my 10 years in this line who can multiple task or bother to do everything. If only my previous bosses were like him, I wouldn't have left... oh well, life's full of uncertainties... isn't it?
    You become the subject of ridicule when your own people have to emancipate for their entitlements, so, don't blame the online hostility, we just want our rights as lawful citizens of our own country.

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    I strongly agree with you Mr Fahrzeug. Our brother Jo has a strong technical competency and his after-sales service was excellent. As you mentioned, he is the rare person in this industry. He gives advise in all angles of modifications. All i can say that he has the "magic", especially in tuning unichip. You will never regret!!

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    i just got it done my servicing at CH Motor. very good and gievn good advised as well... ask me to install Unchip... hahahaha

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    Boss is very friendly...lol
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    upppps for ch motor!! double upppps for ah jo!!!
    -"The need for speed"-Once you start modding, theres no turning back.

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    Ah Jo is nice chap. Upppppzzzzz for u CH motors! Fixed my sports seats there, fixed brake pads n rotors there too. Friendly guy.

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    not to mention that since so many Lancers go to him, he is very au fait with Lancer CS3s and EXs.. :)

    Upzz for CH!

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    Just went there this morning to install my 2nd hand evo 3 brake kit with ssbh. Not only Jo his mechanics also very friendly. Jo also give advises and care for our safety on the road too.

    Thumbs upzzz for them.
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    jo is the boss right? LOL ignorant q

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kokermackolonious View Post
    jo is the boss right? LOL ignorant q
    May I know the rationale for your allegation? I believe there is always a reason for every statement made against another person, good or bad. Or do you mean Inorant question? lol...
    Jo is the boss.
    You become the subject of ridicule when your own people have to emancipate for their entitlements, so, don't blame the online hostility, we just want our rights as lawful citizens of our own country.

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    I think CH Motors is overated. Jo is indeed knowledgable, but i dont think they are impressive. When i went there to lower my ride, they actually based on fingers to lower your ride? now the front of my ride is slightly higher than the other... speechless..

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    agreed with Black pearl. overrated shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPearl View Post
    I think CH Motors is overated. Jo is indeed knowledgable, but i dont think they are impressive. When i went there to lower my ride, they actually based on fingers to lower your ride? now the front of my ride is slightly higher than the other... speechless..
    Yoz, maybe it's due to our CS3 make. When lowered ride with springs the front part is always higher than the back. When i was using apex spring (yellow colour one) 4mths back done at one particualar shop at amk, i oso realised this problem. I asked the mechanic and he told me is like that. There are a few pics under the photo session where some lmcian bros shared their pics on tein lowered spring. If you look at their pic and descriptions the rear is lower than the front.

    I may be wrong lah. Maybe others can help explain.
    Last edited by newbieguy; 10-Apr-2011 at 11:43 PM.

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    One man's meat is another man's poison...... Who can claim he is the best???

    Happy motoring... :D

    If many people having problem with you, is your problem.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nothing78 View Post
    One man's meat is another man's poison...... Who can claim he is the best???

    Happy motoring... :D
    Upzzzzz! for auto transmission ^^"

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