They post on this forum don't they ? maybe they should put up an answer and try to save their reputation that is going down hill each day.
It seems a lot of people are having trouble with a series spares.
To be honest though, their electric window kit isn’t anything special. It’s just a universal kit but with a boss to fit the mini.
The way they’ve ‘designed’ the fitting puts the motor under a lot of stress, which you can hear while it’s operating.
I would try to get your money back from that part of the ‘kit’ and spend a little more on a properwindow kit that puts a proper mechanism in the door. (I’ve got these in stock)
Their central locking kit seems like a good idea, although I’ve not trialed it, I’m in the process of designing a similar kit but it will be much more diy friendly with decent instructions and easy to adjust.
Thank you for the feedback.
The electric window kits offer a great upgrade to manual windows for that that want them. They work perfectly in vehicles where the windows are correctly maintained, They are not the answer for stiff windows, However at the point of installation, Correct maintenance of the current window mechanism and runners will allow for the window to operate smoothly. On the V2.0 systems the motors are very quiet and perfectly able to lower and raise the windows. We have a vehicle in at the moment where the windows have to be forced to go up and down, This needs to be remedied before installation of the windows.
Correctly operating windows will work perfectly with our window systems and the motors will last for a very long time.
The central locking systems are quite quality bits of kit from the smooth control cable operation to the unique "one-position" mounting plates.