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Old 09-19-2008, 01:19 PM
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Diesel performance shop in TX?

before too long i'd like to do the egr delete, 03 rurbo and head studs. is there a good diesel performance shop in the DFW area any of you guys go to?
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Old 09-22-2008, 07:13 PM
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no, really?
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Honestly, no.

I can safely say that I am the only one in the DFW area that may touch my truck (engine). There are a few people that I would let help out, but a "drop off, turn key" shop, no. I'm looking around for someone else at the moment, if I find something, I'll post it up.

I've been approached to do several trucks lately, but I honestly don't any spare time. I have 2 projects of my own and I've committed to 4 other trucks between now and Thanksgiving.
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even the fact that you work on trucks is news to me. this state is huge, there has to be a shop somewhere.
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I don't *work* on trucks. Anymore. I'm more of a referral. Most people get sent to me after they get jacked around. And over 80% is performance oriented. Once I get my shop built (whenever the wife decides on what land she wants to buy), I will only do 5-10 trucks a year.. if that.

I just can't recommend a shop in this area that I trust. Does that bother me? Quite a bit.
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yeah me too. ive worked on several gas cars (lt1/ls1) but im scared to work on my diesel, mostly because i havnt a clue on how the damn thing works. are head studs and egr delete something an average joe can tackle with a 6.0 book?
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before too long i'd like to do the egr delete, 03 rurbo and head studs. is there a good diesel performance shop in the DFW area any of you guys go to?
Go to High Performance Prose, Inc. Your Full Service Marketing Agency and send and email to Nicole and ask for Chad to get ahold of you to find out the name of the shop he uses, is on the southwest side of the metroplex somewhere, but its two or three ford master techs, that went out on their own, they have done all the work on Chad's truck and its putting some ponies to the ground for sure.

ON Edit, found the place

Diesel Dynamics

Crede Young is the owner

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Old 09-23-2008, 08:18 AM
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Diesel Dynamics for sure, Chad talks about them all the time, done some good for for him

And they have a lift so they can take the CAB OFF for that type of work too
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If you go a little north to wichita falls...there is a great shop called rock and roll offroad.... they do some great work
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thats what im talkin about, thanks fellas!
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