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    Thumbs up AZP Installs in Kenilworth, NJ

    Anybody who needs work done in the NJ area should contact these guys. http://azpinstalls.com/

    They do good work and are friendly and honest guys. Mike installed my alarm & his own "Stage 1 anti-theft" device on my car today, and I'm very happy with it.
    My car will definitely be going back when it's time for an up-pipe. These guys know their Subarus!

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    Eh, those guys are shady and not as experienced as you may think.

    If you want quality work done, go to Precision Tuning in Brick, NJ.
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    Originally posted by Bask Oner
    Eh, those guys are shady and not as experienced as you may think.

    If you want quality work done, go to Precision Tuning in Brick, NJ.

    I hear good things about Precision too, but Brick is MUCH farther for me than Kenilworth (where AZP is), and I've been at AZP's shop twice now and haven't detected anything shady about them.

    Everybody's entitled to their own opinion, but I'm definitely not alone in saying that AZP is good. Check THIS thread out.
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    Originally posted by Bask Oner

    If you want quality work done, go to Precision Tuning in Brick, NJ.
    True life....only evar heard good things about them, and my friend josh gets all his shniz installed there

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    Bump/hijack for Precision!
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    good thing is they can get you stuff from tirerack at tirerack prices without shipping.

    i know who i'll be going to for my track tires this year.


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    Originally posted by TRM
    good thing is they can get you stuff from tirerack at tirerack prices without shipping.

    i know who i'll be going to for my track tires this year.


    AZP does that too.
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    Nino sold me my Kuhmo's for LESS than Tirerack prices, without shipping charges either. They also arrived in about three days.
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    AZP and Precision are equally good and equally shady if you ask me They both have good people, they both have great prices, and at all times you feel like you have your friends working on your car, which in the end, makes it feel shady. They both get tires at great prices. Precision's shop is a bit nicer, but that does not mean squat.

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    Thumbs up for both shops... I agree with joe on his points too.
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