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Indeed, their job is to make money. I do what i can to make sure no money is made by skinning it off of my backside, hence the caution with this. Speaking of money, i'm currently running a 20-year old BMW with 200k miles on it which, understandably since it's an old car, drains cash like nuts, so "some" repairs on the MS6 won't be killing me. Only if there is something seriously messed up with the car's electronics.
If we go off on a limb here and pretend the fault was something serious and constant, I couldn't find any specific info about what could be ruining coils and plugs regularly. Any ideas? Excluding tuning the car of course, which i have zero interest in. I've owned a turbocharged car before and the MS6, if i buy one, will definitely remain stock.
If i'm still considering it (apparently i am...) i will be asking for some sort of a warranty regarding the plugs and coils, in case something else cooks up.
Edit: forgot to mention, they've done compression tests as well as pressurized the turbo if i understood correctly. No leaks or issues. Doesn't mean anything regarding electronics, though, but nice to know.
Last edited by ms6fi; 08-10-2015 at 01:42 AM.