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Old 08-04-2008, 06:06 PM   #11
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zkiller: that may be true, but do they give a **** when their not working on the fastest mustang out there and do as quality work as they would be doing on their own mustangs? From the responses above it doesn't seem that way.
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Old 08-04-2008, 07:32 PM   #12
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I haven't had Woodbine do my tuning...yet...but after working with him a bit I would definitely trust him to do so. He doesn't have his own dyno but he rents dyno time in Fredercik for his tuning. I had him install my springs in June and he was getting ready to travel to Indiana for a week to do a bunch of tuning on Lightnings at a few shops. If you are looking for a small shop that takes the time to explain things to you then I recommend giving him a call. He'll spend whatever time needed on the phone to answer your questions. He is usually booked a week or two in advance.
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Old 08-10-2008, 09:05 PM   #13
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I had my whipple installed and tuned at CJ Pony parts in Harrisburg, PA. I live outside of DC in MD. It's about two hours away, good price and good work. If you want to make the three hour drive, Tillman is worth checking out as well.
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Old 08-12-2008, 06:38 PM   #14
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i got my car dynoed at JPC and like said before justin is very nice but their dyno read 470rwhp for my GT at 10psi with stock heads and cams which is apparently about 40rwhp off or more depending on the tune. all the people that work there are very nice and when i first took my car there it came back cleaner than when it got there! never really had any major work done there so cant comment on that other than their dyno may read a little high but i guess thats why there are timeslips to prove the actual fast cars....i had heard good things about SGS in pennsylvania from friends and online and took my car there. they fixed the problem in a few hours and tuned it very strong..bicketybam had his old stang tuned there by the same tuner (shop used to me called kauffmans) and my car is actually there as we speak gettin retuned...they are not the cheapest shop in the world but so far they are the only shop that has fixed my cars problems and 2 other reputable shops have not helped. i would reccomend SGS they are in dillsberg, PA and they have BEASTLY cars in there everytime i walk in the shop.

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Old 09-08-2008, 12:01 AM   #15
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I have had all of my mods installed by JPC and haven't had an issue with them. Only once have I had to take the Stang back for an issue and they had no problems making it good. I recommend them to a lot of my friends and club members and they have all been very satified with his work. I have always been treated very well when I go in the shop and there are always a lot of people coming in to get their cars worked on or to pick up parts.

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I had a great running car that I had done up by JDM, with a dyno of 500/500. Took it to JPC for cams/springs/phaser limiters and fuel rails. I got it back with a dyno of 500/500 and my car runs terribly, it completely shuts down at 3500 rpm in 4th gear. I took it back to Justin, who told me he'd test drove it and it had no issues, but he'd take it back and look at it. Got it back from him a few days later, after he assured me he'd driven the car and there were no issues, and my car went into failsafe mode driving down the onramp to the highway just outside his shop. I'll never go there again.
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