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Six Sigma Tuning in Brentwood, NH

 
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isabelledc5
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2016 1:32 pm    Post subject: Six Sigma Tuning in Brentwood, NH Reply with quote

I would recommend this shop to everybody! Kevin fixed a couple small issues in my EVO and gave it the most badass tune the car has ever seen. When I bought the car, the previous owner had it tuned by somewhere local, and the tune was horrible to say the least. After a couple months of trying to deal with the tune in it, I asked Kevin to tune it. Kevin took my EVO and within an hour, the car had picked up probably 50 horsepower and was no longer knocking at all. The tune was spot on, WOT was crazy fast (for a bone stock EVO), and the drive ability of this car is 1,000 times better. Thank you so much for the tune, Kevin! Can't wait to bring the POS Galant over to you for some love!
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2005 EVO 8 SSL
1991 Galant VR4 249/2000
1999 F-150 Lightning
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Johnny
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Location: Forest Hills NYC

PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2016 2:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kevin went above and beyond what was asked of him for the Turd Demon, welding exhaust pipes, talking me out of a dual V-band setup, and letting it rot away next to Rusty until I could get time to get it with a busy schedule. His welds looked nice and clean and the fabrication was perfect. He even dealt with the frustration of rebuilt junk-o alturdnators. He even threw in some shiny bolts as we found some missing bolts on the power steering bracket and mid cover.

Once I log the car and send him the log I don't doubt he will be able to figure out why the car has no cojones right now.

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