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Old 23rd March 2021, 07:43   #1
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Thumbs down Tazu parts Wojciech Zubowicz - Blacklist

Hi everyone!

This is "blacklist" post.
I have ordered and payed for Rover 75 cluch master cilynder from Tazu. I ordered it from manufacturer himself.
Order placed on 4th december of 2020. And payed soon after.
Last replay from seller Wojciech Zubowicz was on 9th december 2020. Money gone and no parts recieved. No replay in e-mails, no answer to phone calls, no answer to left message.
I waited long enough, You know - maybe corona or something, but i have gone through it myself already during this time, and still they hang up when i try to call.
So to warn everyone - dont do ANY business with Tazu parts, TazuCNC,
Wojciech Zubowicz!

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After reading of experiences on here, I wouldn't touch the Tazu master cylinder (or the slave) with a bargepole. There is simply insufficient design development for the pattern master to perform as intended - that much is clear from just looking at the copper pipe that hangs out of the end of it.

Order an original LHD unit from Matt at DMGRS and then re-use the original pipe if the car is RHD. If LHD then it is a plug and play fix.
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My last tourer had the tazu master cylinder. It worked fine while I had the car. the original slave eventually went though. Car scrapped.
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Old 23rd March 2021, 17:38   #4
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Order an original LHD unit from Matt at DMGRS and then re-use the original pipe if the car is RHD. If LHD then it is a plug and play fix.
Not too sure about the LHD plug & play, ordered one last year for my LHD car and the pipework was different. Mat says the pipework is different to that used in production. Still it was simple enough to swop the pipework over. Fitting the thing wasn't quite as easy.

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Well. The thing is, i already have Tazu master, which has now served well for 5ish years.
Though this last experience with this seller/manufacturer makes me say - never again!
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This warning is to late for me. I already make order to TAZU, as you expected more than month deep silence form him. Mony gone now I will open paypal case and hope give some money back. One is clear TAZU is no more option for us.
I suggest to made this thread IMPORTANT!!!
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