Do the Stealth line of converters have all new components on the inside? Or are the existing components re-tooled (blades bent)?
99 Black Bird T/A
02-06-2004, 10:42 PM
I asked Yank that very question about three months about the STLT converters (specifically the 3200) and Mike said it was custom not re-bent stock blades.
02-08-2004, 09:09 PM
I am surprised that anyone gets a professional response from Mike at Yank. I recently e-mailed him and asked a few converter questions and asked him to explain to me why I should buy a Yank instead of a Vig. In doing so, I thought that a man with a product for sale would look at my inquiry as a chance to persuade a potential customer.
The response I received was that he really didn't care if I bought a Vig or not. This does not inspire a great deal of confidence. After hearing all of the customer service woes that others have experienced and the tap and dance others have received on warranty issues, I thought that I would give Mike a chance to sell me on why I should buy from him and not from someone else. Ideally, I would have received a response telling me what he does or what process he uses to make his product stand apart; however, what I got was a seemingly defensive, standoffish response that makes me want to spend my money elsewhere. I can't spend $800 on a item that won't be backed up. For what it's worth, I think that Yank probably has the best converters going and it is unfortunate that I wind up feeling that I can't trust them to buy their product. No flame intended, not trying to get anything started, I just thought that I would share the experience and my disappointment. Thanks!!