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Old 06-08-2009, 10:55 PM   #1
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Have any of you dealt with Modular Performance in Novi, MI.? I had a chance to personally meet with the owner (John Temensky) today. He is supposedly one of the best modular engine builders in the country from what i hear.

Very nice guy...humble and straight forward...took the time to listen and answer all my questions.

Anyway i accidently came across their site today, while looking at camshaft options. Needless to say this guy gave me a crash course in camshaft theory and technology as it pertains to the modular motor, and if he is right in his theories and applications, then there is a lot of bogus information out there about cams (as well as other things) for our cars.

I am strongly considering letting them make a custom grind for me.

So if any of you have dealt with John or his company please let me know!

Thanks!
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Not personally, but you are correct they are one of if not the best modular engine builders.
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Not personally, but you are correct they are one of if not the best modular engine builders.

That's good to hear! Yeah, i just did some research on John and his company. It really does appear that he is among the absolute best when it comes to the mod motor.

Since he's only 5 miles from me, i will definantely be going to him for my cams, and other mod motor related stuff.
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hmm i've never heard of them. Im going to check their site out.


Anyway i'd suggest you go over to SVTperformance.com and ask them on Modular performance. Im sure they have heard of them. or do a search over there.
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hmm i've never heard of them. Im going to check their site out.


Anyway i'd suggest you go over to SVTperformance.com and ask them on Modular performance. Im sure they have heard of them. or do a search over there.

Thanks! Yeah, everything i've read about this company (and i've done alot of researching) is A+. I even called places like Livernois and Alternative Auto, and they agree as well. This guy knows the mod motor like the back of his hand!

I'm not sure if their site is up to date though. Just call the number, and i think you'll be surprised with their knowledge and professionalism.
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Have any of you dealt with Modular Performance in Novi, MI.? I had a chance to personally meet with the owner (John Temensky) today. He is supposedly one of the best modular engine builders in the country from what i hear.

Very nice guy...humble and straight forward...took the time to listen and answer all my questions.

Anyway i accidently came across their site today, while looking at camshaft options. Needless to say this guy gave me a crash course in camshaft theory and technology as it pertains to the modular motor, and if he is right in his theories and applications, then there is a lot of bogus information out there about cams (as well as other things) for our cars.

I am strongly considering letting them make a custom grind for me.

So if any of you have dealt with John or his company please let me know!

Thanks!
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