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Harvey Workman
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What class did you race in?

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post more vids. so that is stock exhaust system with the borla headers?

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  • Western Michigan University
    Civil Engineering, 2009 - present
  • Charles S. Mott Community College
    General Education, 2007 - 2009
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Washington, DC
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Flushing, MI
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Wow great wings! Never had America's Best Wings before but I am glad this was my first. The wings are actually real chicken meat NOT processed junk. The honey barbeque sauce was nice and thick. I would personally go with something other than the crinkle cut fries they used. And the plastic silverware they use could be replaced with something stronger because it was flimsy but everything about this place was great. Definitely will be back!!!
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Really disappointed. Other Elevation Burger locations are amazing but this one I keep hoping will improve and they don't. The best way describe my burger is fresh cooked McDonalds. The buns were definitely McDs and the patties represented a fresh off the grill approach to McDonalds. Fries are crumbs and burnt using old frying oil. Shakes are not bad but that was all I have to say good. My suggestion save your 12$ for Five Guy's or visit ANY other Elevation Burger location.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Not nearly as bad as every one of these reviews. So I took my vehicle in to get some tires installed and balanced. They had a better price than most other places. So I decided to try it. My only complaint. - I set up and appointment for 2PM. The guy asked if i wanted to wait for my vehicle or just drop it off. I assumed that making an appointment meant it was going to get done right away but the guy told me it wasn't going to get in the shop til about 4:30. That was my Whiskey Tango Foxtrot moment. Sure enough it didn't get in the garage til 4:30. Once it was done all was good to go. Pros. -They did a good job of mounting and balancing the tires. Because of the reviews i was leery about the quality of a job they would do. But I hopped right on the expressway to test out the balance and it it almost better than the factory balance. They also used the stick on wheel weights that go inside the rim so it doesn't mess up the face of your wheels. All-in-all my recommendation would be if you use this shop setup an early appointment and be prepared to drop off the car and have someone pick you up or just wait in the building. The Exchange gas station is right across the street. Also to the bad reviews. I noticed a lot of people bringing cars in with 99 problems and then complaining about prices and the place not entirely fixing the issues. People you need to take care of your car. The second something doesn't seem right take it in or its going to cost you more in the long run.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Yeah this dealer was okay but did some sketchy dealing. I'll start with the negative opinions because there seems to be plenty. - To start if you look at the window sticker the freight charge is built into the sticker price for $995. They advertise $5,500 in rebates. But come time for you to sign for the car you are checking out and they are charging another $995 for freight. So effectively they are charging twice for freight or only giving you $4,505 in rebates depending on which way you look at it. - Next is dealing with license plates for out of state buyers. If you plan to buy the vehicle and register it in your home state like me (because I am in the military) be prepared to drive to the dealer again to pick up your plates. As well and be sure to stay in contact with the registration people because they will not look into any issues unless you are constantly asking questions. It was not until 23 days after I bought the vehicle that I was contacted that they were going to start registering my vehicle. I assumed that would be done within the first 7 days after but alright. 25 days after they said they were registering the vehicle I contacted them asking about my plates and it turns out they were having issues with my insurance and I needed to update it. At this time I only had 11 days until my temporary plates expired. So I waited up until a day before the temporary plates expired and informed them I needed new ones. They informed me that I would have to pay 15$ to renew them and wait until the day they expired. Come the day the temporary plates expired they refused to give me new temporary plates because my permanent plates should be arriving in the next few days. Now my problem is getting to the dealer on expired tags to pick up my new plates. - Third thing that is not a big deal but irks me a bit is the fact that I am spending $32,000 on a vehicle and when it came to asking about accessories they do not give any discounts or incentives. I asked about a few things like remote start and they quoted me $450 plus installation. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot to that. The MSRP for the remote start unit is $280 on Mopar's website. So they inflated the price $170. So much for appreciation of the customer buying a vehicle through them. I have purchased a few other cars from dealers and all have offered a 10-20% discount on the accessories if you were buying a vehicle that day. - Last but not least is not a huge thing either. The salesman I dealt with did not know much about the car he was selling. He claimed 300 hp and some mumbo jumbo tourque number. I was also told the vehicle had Bluetooth and XM but upon leaving the dealer the salesman stated "Oh it does not have Bluetooth or XM, I was wrong about that". So before going to the dealer read the window sticker on their site and if you do not see connectivity group or satellite radio on the sticker then that Wrangler does not have those options. Now there were some pros among this madness. - They did give me a fair value for my trade-in. Not everything I asked for on it but it definitely was not the worst slap to the face. I waited a few weeks for them to come up on their original offer. It is just business to low ball up front I understand that. - I will give them credit on the speed of the whole closing process. And despite my military pay they were able to get me financed for a decent rate. All in all I would struggle to recommend this place to any one. I mean nothing was terribly crooked but there were a lot of questionable ethics in this dealer. So I gave them 2 stars.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I love this place! Pizza by the slice and it tastes great for a great price. Only thing is that they don't clean their tables quick enough.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago