Frequently Asked Questions
1. Do Systems Consulting dealers stock
your rebuilt units?
Many of the
Systems Consulting products are in stock at most dealers.
2. Does Systems Consulting modify any
fuel injection units for increased performance?
Consulting does not modify nor does it setup any OEM unit for increased
performance that it stocks in inventory, e.g. 911 DME rebuilt. If a unit is
sent in for
rebuilding and the unit has
a special chip, that chip will not be changed nor modified.
3. What is the standard
turn-around time for a rebuilt unit?
turn-around time is one day.
4. Can customers request that
their original unit be rebuilt and returned?
Rebuilding of the customer's original unit can be done, but this may require
additional day of
5. Does Systems Consulting
remove or replace the original OEM product part number?
rebuilt units retain their original part number. If the customer provides
a unit for
rebuilding which does not have the original part number, the part number
on the unit
not be changed. Also, the original unit is not painted nor sandblasted.
6. Is a new control unit better than a rebuilt control unit?
No, this is
not necessarily true. If the new unit has not been redesigned to correct
failure mode, the new unit is just as likely to fail as the original
unit. Next, electronic
systems don't generally fail with increasing time as do
mechanical systems. This results
from the fact that electronic systems exhibit an infant mortality failure, which means
most electronic system failures will occur in the initial time period of usage. Thus,
control unit will go thru this initial failure time period during which failures may
do dealer prices vary?
Systems Consulting does not set dealer prices. Dealers set their own
8. Does Systems Consulting modify climate control units for increased reliability?
As with all control units, modifications are made where necessary to eliminate potential
future problems and thereby increase the reliability.
9. Can most control units be rebuilt?
Most control units can be rebuilt unless they are severely damaged either mechanically
or by fire/water. Additionally, units that are filled with a compound, e.g. silicone/epoxy,
can't be rebuilt.
10. Is it better to upgrade an ignition unit or a fuel injection system
to "newer" technology to gain
a performance increase versus rebuilding the original unit?
Replacing the original ignition unit or fuel injection system will generally provide little
to no performance increase without major changes to the engine and may require
significant modifications and development efforts, e.g. dynamometer testing.
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