yes I did get a refund for the second one
I'm awaiting a partial refund for my order now too, so that's progress on my issue. Much more satisfied, will be when it's received through the bank anyway.yes I did get a refund for the second one
Very useful info, many thanks!Over time, I have bought a nose cone, seat unit, electric covers, tank covers, air tubes - none of them fit.
The nose cone is always a pig to get back on as the mirror stay nipples broke over time due to the many fitment attempts.
The seat unit was so thin the lock mech bulged through.
The electric covers had to be dremeled down about 5mm to fit.
The tank covers had to be re drilled as the holes were not in the right place.
The tubes also had to be dremeled into shape, I was actually sent 3 replacement sets and they were all as bad as each other but in different areas..
That said, a little work and it all looks great
Their moulds will be made from existing panels so carbon parts are going to be bigger - if you want a perfect fit you are going to have to try and find MV original and pay silly money.
I think the best fit I had was with the seat under tray and you can't see it ! - that was from Italy via eBay but can't remember the seller. The fairing side panels from RSR were a perfect fit also.
You might have missed the focus of context here. There has been no issue against the functioning of e-commerce; it has been companies' reluctance to adequately communicate with customers who report problems.. . . Yes of course they took payment right away. How on Earth do you think eCommerce works? That part cracks me up with everyone complaining about it.
It was actually this post that forced their response Nige. Complaint was ignored, funnily enough, they then replied quoting this post, calling it "unfortunate" and all e-mails after that were almost instant!!!. If anything E-commerce business should be able to respond quickly and efficiently. As they do when it comes to taking funds. Refund took a bit longer than usually expected, but with all this covid malarkey going on that is expected.You might have missed the focus of context here. There has been no issue against the functioning of e-commerce; it has been companies' reluctance to adequately communicate with customers who report problems.
Redundant now of course, given that @312R Dan has advised of his 'partial refund'.