Seems many complain about the difficulty to work on their units especially newer models. What do you think a truck now it’s over engineered?
You know that's a great point if you asked for it to be lighter weight they would make them out of aluminum then they would stress crack and people throw a fit that their stress cracking. Another thing is an engineer job is to cut cost to make the budget they were given to complete the task and save the company moneywell heres the thing folks. Its all YOUR fault. YOU asked for more heat. YOU asked for more this, YOU asked for more that. So all they did was try to please everyone.
Its kinda like asking Rob, why do you keep making more presprays? Its because YOU asked for it.
I prefer to stick with the name brands for one simple reason - resale. Try to sell a garage build after 5 or 10 years.you have 2 categories of manufacturers:
1. local or garage builds
2. BIG NAME - nation wide, hydra, prochem saphire....
I'd bet that a lot of sensors they put on they have to do for safety reasons either forced by the government or to protect themselves legally..either from damage to the machine or injury to the user...if something is my fault I'm the type to not blame anyone else... however in my short life experience I've seen that most people always want someone to blame and sue even if it was there own fault...Even the mechanics at Jon Don with 20+ years experience have trouble with these things...I'd say yes it's over-engineered. The damn thing just needs to make vacuum, create pressure and provide heat. What do all these sensors and computers really effing do?