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Old 10-19-2003, 06:16 PM   #1
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Default Tri-State Vendor Review 2.0 (Local NASIOC vendors only please)

AZP installed my new clutch last night. Great work and great pricing. Big thanks to everyone who put a wrench to my car. These guys will definatly be seeing my car again.
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Old 10-19-2003, 06:22 PM   #2
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Please only post vendor reviews. All other posts will be removed, this is in an effort to keep the thread size down and to make it more 'scanable' for those looking for vendor info.

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Old 10-23-2003, 03:24 PM   #3
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Thanks to AZP for helping me out with a rear Rotora BBK install.
Great job, Great price, and great service! Don't listen to the haters!
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Old 10-25-2003, 05:20 PM   #4
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Parts - Nino's Auto Accessories has the best deals out there, and Nino consistently does everything in his power to get you exactly what you need or want for the price that you can afford to pay.

Installation/Service - Precision Tuning in Brick, NJ. What can I say? Bob and Rich are the best WRX/general Subaru specialists in the area. They've installed many and part for me, and everything has been done flawlessly!
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Old 10-26-2003, 12:25 PM   #5
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Thumbs up Thank you to Nino & Precision Tuning!

I'd like to say thanks to Nino and all the guys at Precision Tuning, especially Rich and Bob. You guys worked all day on my car to transform it from stocker to Stage 4 in one day. The original plan was to go just to Stage 2. I have to say that the drive home last night may have been more fun than when I first drove the car off the lot! Even with one hi-flow cat the car smells really bad at stoplights. I'll probably be back for a clutch real soon...

To Mark who asked me for my first impressions of the car:

This thing is lot faster than stock.
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Old 10-26-2003, 04:43 PM   #6
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Damn that's cool. Having cash always helps.
By the way how fast was that original 1922 WRX? That was a collectors item - you should have left it stock.
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Old 10-26-2003, 10:32 PM   #7
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Hahaha. The 1922 WRX was a rare breed indeed. In stock trim it was pretty damn slow but significantly faster than it's competition at the time. Amazingly, all the stage 4 components fit rather well. I didn't exactly have all the cash for a stage 4 but I did it anyway.


Nino & Precision Tuning make an excellent combination!
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Old 11-03-2003, 02:42 PM   #8
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Nino - Excelent prices. (on a good guy list)

Irvine Subaru - Speedy delivery.

Subydude - Very responsive.

Lee Berbs - Da TINTMASTA! (on a good guy list)

ps: I'll reserve the criticism for the "**** list" vendors.
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Old 11-05-2003, 12:35 PM   #9
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If posters could leave the city and state, that would be great!
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Old 11-05-2003, 05:27 PM   #10
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Default Soundwaves in Norwood!

Ice and window tinting, Awsome job, life time warentee and they have ben arouns for at least 10 years that i know of, been rated in the top 10 on the East COast last 3 years or something like that. I am very happy with my tiniting, the only tin 5%, 20% and 35% Unless things have changed in the last 6 mths.
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Old 11-23-2003, 10:33 PM   #11
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Definitely have Lee with AZP Installs in NNJ (surrounding Hudson area) do your window tints and clear bras - couldn't be more satisfied with his work and would recommend him to anyone, including the Subie dealer I wouldn't leave alone about what a good job he was doing on my clear bra.

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Old 11-26-2003, 12:15 AM   #12
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Default thanks to precision tuning!

Bob and Rich hooked me up today. I had my spark plugs changed for one step colder copper plugs, oil changed, greddy turbo timer installed (without a harness!!!) and they fixed my airbag light because of the usdm sti seats. they did everything for $200! thats an insane deal. they took a great amount of time and care into the wiring for the turbo timer etc. I even tried to tip them and they would not have that! The turbo timer took longer than everyone had expected and they still only charged me for an hour of labor as was originally quoted. Goes to show you how determined they are to keep your business. Im sure i'll be back there soon with some new goodies. Guys, Thanks again!
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Old 11-28-2003, 11:30 AM   #13
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Default Re: thanks to precision tuning!

Quote:
Originally posted by M32WRXin3seconds
Bob and Rich hooked me up today. I had my spark plugs changed for one step colder copper plugs, oil changed, greddy turbo timer installed (without a harness!!!) and they fixed my airbag light because of the usdm sti seats. they did everything for $200! thats an insane deal. they took a great amount of time and care into the wiring for the turbo timer etc. I even tried to tip them and they would not have that! The turbo timer took longer than everyone had expected and they still only charged me for an hour of labor as was originally quoted. Goes to show you how determined they are to keep your business. Im sure i'll be back there soon with some new goodies. Guys, Thanks again!
Sweet! how did your old plugs look? Like poop i bet..
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Old 11-28-2003, 11:41 AM   #14
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i wish i had gone to azp for my clutch install, i had it done at another vendor and it turned out to be a horror story

didnt bolt the center bearing back to the underside of my car,
which then was riding on my midpipe, and bent it, and cracked a hanger on my exhaust

put the kartboy bushings back on upside down, blocking first and third gear, barely hand tightened several nuts and bolts

umong several other mistakes that couldve been avoided if i had taken it to a better installer
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Old 11-29-2003, 05:01 AM   #15
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well spill the beans already! Who did it?
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Old 11-29-2003, 05:43 PM   #16
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Quote:
Originally posted by krillz
i wish i had gone to azp for my clutch install, i had it done at another vendor and it turned out to be a horror story

didnt bolt the center bearing back to the underside of my car,
which then was riding on my midpipe, and bent it, and cracked a hanger on my exhaust

put the kartboy bushings back on upside down, blocking first and third gear, barely hand tightened several nuts and bolts

umong several other mistakes that couldve been avoided if i had taken it to a better installer

How the heck do you put kartboy bushings in upside down?

I have a very good customer who had a similar issue with a clutch install done by another vendor.

Wont spill the beans about who but he basically had to order a new clutch cause the destroyed it by not having the proper equipment to do the job.

Luckily his labor s being refunded though.
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Old 12-06-2003, 09:44 PM   #17
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Default AZP rules!

AZP installed a 3 stage anti-theft system for me today. They came out despite this terrible weather. Their work is top-notch. They treat your car like it's their own.
If I ever need any more work done, I know where to go now. I highly recommend them for all your Subie needs.
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Old 12-06-2003, 09:46 PM   #18
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Thumbs up AZP installs in north jersey

Just want to let everyone know how awesome AZP is. Had some stuff installed in my ride and they were all very knowledgeable and very cool to talk with. Scott and Mike both know a helluva lot about scoobies and I felt VERY comfortable with them working on my car, and that says alot because I'm usually very paranoid about anyone working on my car. So if your in NJ and have stuff to install I highly recommend you check them out since they are an honest, reputable install shop with great staff!


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Old 12-14-2003, 12:37 AM   #19
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I just got back from having the complete alarm system installed.
I was pretty impressed about how much thought those guys put into the design of the system. I was a bit skeptical to start off but after talking with them a bit and witnessing them finish up the car before me I was definitely sold on it.
I am very satified with my purchase hopefully it will be something I will never need.
Thanks for the good work guys.
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Old 12-14-2003, 10:09 PM   #20
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Say what again!!

Thumbs up AZP Installs/Paisan

My WRX needed its oil changed, but I just couldn't be without a car during the week, and had not enough down time on weekends. So Friday night, before leaving with my sister to visit our family, I dropped the car off at the AZP shop in Kenilworth, and picked it up Sunday evening. Thanks guys!

I hope to spend a couple Friday evenings hanging around the shop either learning something about tuning, adding some comic relief, or just chillin'

DjB
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Old 12-23-2003, 02:36 PM   #21
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AZP Rocks!!!

They did my complete WRX engine swap and it was one of the smoothest installs I have ever had done. I am kind of skeptical when it comes to letting others work on my car but AZP did everything to make sure I was happy. They have great communication and when I ran into problems (mostly due to my ignorance) they helped me source crucial parts that I needed to complete my swap.

They have very fair pricing and where able to work with my odd ball work hours.

Big thumbs up to these guys and I will be returning for more stuff shortly

Ryan

PS I also forgot to mention that when people look at the swap it looks like it came from the factory. AZP did an excellent job with the fit and finish.

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Old 12-29-2003, 01:46 PM   #22
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Talking AZP

Mike at AZP installed my alarm and their "stage 1 anti-theft" today, and I will definitely be going back to them for any and all mods that I can't do myself. They're very nice, honest guys and they know Subarus well, as they are true enthusiasts.
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Old 01-13-2004, 07:45 PM   #23
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Ninoclaus, Josh loves you, your my favorite. yes I will marry you. just kidding. thanks again for the hook up and usual amazing service. no problems, great prices. thanks precision for the gaskets and spark plugs to get my project moving!

well since there isnt much information out here on Jermaine and his company, let me start. A friend of mine (ruben) had mentioned that he was very handy with the utec and tuning, so i figured i'd give him a try. He installed my PE1820 and did all of the tuning from scratch. my car was previously running horrible with the pe650's and battered 1 step colder ngk copper plugs. Not only did he install and fix everything, this thing is FAST (compared to stock turbo) on the butt dyno i was told about 290awhp, i'd believe it, but we'll see tomorrow when I go to the dyno. Jermaine was very friendly and helpful, he put in alot of time and effort to get everything perfect. i was impressed with everything he did, and the price was much cheaper than anyone else out there. if your looking to get tuning done, dont overlook him, he is definately going to be making a name for himself, he already has me sold. the only person i can compare my expirience to is when I go and pick up parts from nino I feel I got the same type of hook up, but with installation and tuning. If you have any questions i'd be glad to answer them, Jermaine is a Top Notch tuner, no joke!
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Old 01-20-2004, 09:18 AM   #24
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Default Thank You Precision

I just wanna say that i had my new turbo, injectors, fuel pump, utec, and some problems fixed at Precision Tuning and those guys are great. Bob and Rich are great guys and do awsome work. I had some problems with my car and they helped me find the parts i needed and even had Nino come down to street tune my setup. Also, thanx Nino for coming to tune my car both days, its doing great. If u need somthing installed, there your guys. Thanx again for everything.


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Old 01-24-2004, 10:51 PM   #25
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Talking AZP

Thanks for looking over my brakes, the oil change, and thanks for hooking me up w/ the taillight bulb

Z sorry about your wrench, next time im in the area I swear i'll bring it.


I'll update the break situation in like 3 days (i'll drop you a PM)

thanks
Paul
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