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    Shops near Allentown PA to fix u/p leak

    whats up guys...i have an 04 wrx and i have an leak in my u/p....i was wondering if you guys know of any good shops near Allentown PA to get my leak fixed because i dont have 3 hours to drive to Precision
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    www.groundzeroperformance.com


    owner's name is Hans. He's worked on my galant vr-4, my dad's stealth TT, my 3000gt VR-4, and 2 of my stealth TT's. It's right in Easton. other than that, i don't know of any other performance shops in the area.

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    thanx for the help....are they experiened w/ subies?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WRXcelration
    thanx for the help....are they experiened w/ subies?

    he's done a clutch on one before. He's pretty damn good though with cars in general. He specializes is mitsubishi's, but works on everything.

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    Phoenixville, PA is a little aways but may be well worth the trip. Come see myself (Jay) or my counterpart, Klevis at Phoenix Performance. We are race techs for the Subaru Factory road racing team and have a lot of experience with these car and Subies in general. We are starting to get into some customer-based maintainance work on cars in our down time and could take a look at it. Just a thought.

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    thanks for the help Jay...where is phoenixville located by?....im guessing near philly but....how much would you charge to fix the leak and make sure everything is good...do you also have a website
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    how far are you from slowboy?

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    i go to school near alltoona and thats about 2-3 hrs away but from home in allentown its 6 hrs+ away...i live and hr north of philly
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    I'd check out World Motorsports owned by Rob Rado in Reading. I had my old turbo'd Fiero dyno'd there last year and was very impressed with their shop. They mostly specialize in I6 turbo'd Supras, but they work on everything. Wow, the cars there are amazing. They even have a turbo intercooled gas golf cart. Those guys are great and an impressive shop.

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