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      01-03-2017, 01:23 PM   #23
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      01-06-2017, 02:36 PM   #24
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      01-07-2017, 04:25 AM   #25
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These guys are good at doing their stuff. Definitely recommend. Andrew, were you guys able to get some pics of mine too?!
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These guys are good at doing their stuff. Definitely recommend. Andrew, were you guys able to get some pics of mine too?!
We took pictures and video of your valves too! Did you want us to send it to you? We'll be posting them up soon
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is this special still going on?...
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is this special still going on?...
Yes, send me a PM and we can get you in the schedule!
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To be honest, do you think it's worth it to do on an N55?
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To be honest, do you think it's worth it to do on an N55?
N55 has improved PCV system and buildup is nowhere near as much as N54. With all direct injected engines though, there will be buildup. If you just want to have it done for peace of mind it definitely can be done and your intake valves will be cleaner.
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We are fully booked until Monday the 22th

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Bump for our summer sale pricing!
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Bump for our summer sale pricing!
I don't need to do this yet, but can i combine labor costs if i bring my own parts and just get a bunch of stuff done at the same time since all the labor tear down is already done.

I'm due for my 3rd carbon blasting at the 150k mark in about 23k miles (which i can probably do in about 6 months or so).

* I'd like to do your intake blast with new manifold special (do you provide a new manifold gasket at this price... can i get a cheaper price if i bring my own?)
* I'll bring my own spark plugs, since everything is already apart its easy to toss in new spark plugs? any charge for this since its trivial at this point?
* Since the manifold is off, the starter is right there... if i bring a new starter... how much more to toss that in? any charge for this since labor is minimal at this point (2 new alum screws and a new starter will be provided).
* I would be at 60k miles on the OFHG, just for shits and giggles... how much more to do this if i bring the gasket?

FCPEuro FTW on new parts with lifetime warranty.
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I don't need to do this yet, but can i combine labor costs if i bring my own parts and just get a bunch of stuff done at the same time since all the labor tear down is already done.

I'm due for my 3rd carbon blasting at the 150k mark in about 23k miles (which i can probably do in about 6 months or so).

* I'd like to do your intake blast with new manifold special (do you provide a new manifold gasket at this price... can i get a cheaper price if i bring my own?)
* I'll bring my own spark plugs, since everything is already apart its easy to toss in new spark plugs? any charge for this since its trivial at this point?
* Since the manifold is off, the starter is right there... if i bring a new starter... how much more to toss that in? any charge for this since labor is minimal at this point (2 new alum screws and a new starter will be provided).
* I would be at 60k miles on the OFHG, just for shits and giggles... how much more to do this if i bring the gasket?

FCPEuro FTW on new parts with lifetime warranty.

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Walnut blast on a 2013 335is with 47k miles



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Walnut blast on a 2013 335is with 47k miles


That's my car! Thanks for taking care of it today. Wasn't expecting much since the buildup wasn't too bad considering the mileage, but car does feel smoother. Used to have some "hiccups" at idle, but that seems to have gone away. Thanks again!
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That's my car! Thanks for taking care of it today. Wasn't expecting much since the buildup wasn't too bad considering the mileage, but car does feel smoother. Used to have some "hiccups" at idle, but that seems to have gone away. Thanks again!
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Pleasure working with you! Let me know if you need anything else!
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Walnut Blast done on 2007 335i with Dinan Tune @ 63K Miles


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Thanks Andrew! My car is running very smoothly and has improved throttle response. Excellent job!
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