I see you are like a dog with a bone with this.
Why lie . I never endorsed Wolfgang, have never used his work, so please STOP inferring otherwise. I own 3 companies in HK in 3 different sectors, ( Small home construction, Aviation via an FBO and OEM automotive parts ).
I had an interest in what Wolfgang was doing at the time early on when he didnt have a bad rap. What part of that doesnt compute with you? I also know the brother ( John ) of the owner of your competing expat website that had an issue with Wolfgang, who like you started the whole lets get wolfgang brigade.
If you want to keep associating me with WPE engineering and put what I have typed in the past out of context to make yourself feel better, then go right ahead. I know both sides of the story and was in John L's discovery bay apartment, looking at the mistakes wolfgang made.. Were YOU ? SO sit down and stop speaking from 3rd or 20th hand experience.
I dont need to review my attitude around the likes of you that has never turned a spanner in your life and doubt you have ever got grease under those academic fingernails of yours...
Two other GEO posters have used martins service and given him the thumbs up, or did you decide to ignore that, one of them being GEO Steve.
I use Martins work shop for complicated technical repairs like wheel alignment/geometry setup, he isnt the type that's going to use a string line around the car and do it by eye like majority of the locally trained HK mechanics........lol MArtin is HK Chinese, he isn't an expat btw....
The OP asked for a Kowloon based mechanical workshop, Total Tuning is who I recommend.
For HK Island, I'd have no problem using Fookie Motors in Chai Wan, or Eddie at Grand Motors in Happy Valley. Both good at what they do, Fookie better set up to tackle more complex mechanical/electrical repairs. Eddie is great for simpler general maintenance stuff.
Anyway... Get over it