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      03-17-2013, 02:31 PM   #1
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Reputable performance shop in MA?

What are some good well-known shops in MA?

Looking to have bmw compettion carbon fiber front splittlers installed and rear trunk spolier cabrbon fiber (oem painted spolier removed)?

Also will considering an exhaust upgrade and fix exhaust leak, according to bmw gallery the header gaskets need to be replaced. They quoted $500 just to replace gaskets...

New tires/balance

thanks in advance!
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Give Marco a call at Turner Motorsports. http://www.turnermotorsport.com/
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If I were you, I would save the money and buy some 3M heavy duty tape and do the installation of both the splitters and spoiler yourself. Easy to do, there are DYI for them here as well for guidance. Just need a heat gun to remove the back spoiler that is on there now.

As for the gasket, there's a few shops which I've heard good things about: Turners, Ace Performance, Kaizen, Bren Tuning, Bavarian.

Shop around for best quotes.
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If I were you, I would save the money and buy some 3M heavy duty tape and do the installation of both the splitters and spoiler yourself. Easy to do, there are DYI for them here as well for guidance. Just need a heat gun to remove the back spoiler that is on there now.

As for the gasket, there's a few shops which I've heard good things about: Turners, Ace Performance, Kaizen, Bren Tuning, Bavarian.

Shop around for best quotes.
Bavarian is good.
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      03-26-2013, 02:00 PM   #5
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Are you referring to the header to midpipe gaskets or the header to head gaskets? If header to midpipe, it is not a big job. $500 seems like twice what it should cost.
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      03-27-2013, 09:54 AM   #6
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anyone got a good shop to do powdercoating?
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I have heard good things about Morini, but it is out past Worcester.
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      03-27-2013, 02:51 PM   #8
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anyone got a good shop to do powdercoating?
ive seen a few of the yuppieracing guys recommend midnight powdercoating
theres also a place in peabody on rt 1 across from santarpios
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      03-28-2013, 12:45 PM   #9
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ive seen a few of the yuppieracing guys recommend midnight powdercoating
theres also a place in peabody on rt 1 across from santarpios
Yes, the plac ein Peabody can powedercoat. Reasonable prices.
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What are some good well-known shops in MA?

Looking to have bmw compettion carbon fiber front splittlers installed and rear trunk spolier cabrbon fiber (oem painted spolier removed)?

Also will considering an exhaust upgrade and fix exhaust leak, according to bmw gallery the header gaskets need to be replaced. They quoted $500 just to replace gaskets...

New tires/balance

thanks in advance!
I did the spoiler myself this past weekend - it's easy, if time consuming (removing the old 3M tape is 90% of the process). Tape works very well, it's rock solid, there's no visible seam and it's not permanent. This is coming form a perfectionist. PM if you need a supply list.
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