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Old 09-21-2010, 03:37 PM   #1
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Thought I'd post on here since I am shopping around for a machine shop. I have spoke with several subaru shops along the front range trying to see if they could recomend me with a machine shop but most of the calls were dead ends. I spoke with Mac auto which was a total loss since i am not planing on having them do any work for me they didnt want to help me out. I spoke with superrupair and they said I should call ho motorsports which werent able to accomidate. I also spoke with Nice car subaru who recomended me to AMS who said they could do everything except for the pistons and a few other things. I am looking for a machine shop here in Colorado that can handel what I'd like to have done. That is hone my 22t block, measure for some custom CP 9:1 pistons/possibly order them, measure my bearings/ order them, get me a cometic head gasket that will work, check over my v8 big port jdm heads, balance the rotating assembly after pistons arrive, and i think thats about it. Any suggestions?
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Old 09-21-2010, 03:42 PM   #2
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Thought I'd post on here since I am shopping around for a machine shop. I have spoke with several subaru shops along the front range trying to see if they could recomend me with a machine shop but most of the calls were dead ends. I spoke with Mac auto which was a total loss since i am not planing on having them do any work for me they didnt want to help me out. I spoke with superrupair and they said I should call ho motorsports which werent able to accomidate. I also spoke with Nice car subaru who recomended me to AMS who said they could do everything except for the pistons and a few other things. I am looking for a machine shop here in Colorado that can handel what I'd like to have done. That is hone my 22t block, measure for some custom CP 9:1 pistons/possibly order them, measure my bearings/ order them, get me a cometic head gasket that will work, check over my v8 big port jdm heads, balance the rotating assembly after pistons arrive, and i think thats about it. Any suggestions?
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Josh

I would post this up on awdpirates.net ,

I went up to SCR Performance up in Ft Collins for some work on my car, and honestly, they are some of the nicest guys in the area. If I ever had anything happen to my car, I would take it there. They say they are BMW guys, but a decent amount of guys own subies, and their parking lot has subies scattered around. I would call them up and see what they can do, or if they have ideas.

http://www.scrperformance.com/
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Old 09-21-2010, 04:49 PM   #3
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Nvm I think I will be going with ASF machine, thank you very much for your input. I called and talked to john at ASF today and we got everything set up and figured out straight away.
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We use Stan at rocky mountain machine. He has done all of the machine work on the fastest subarus in Colorado. 719-591-7915
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