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Hey all ... any know of reputable tuning shops in Van, BC, or the Pacific NW? Interested in good advice on forced induction and all the mods associated with a

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Old 12-23-2010, 06:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey all ... any know of reputable tuning shops in Van, BC, or the Pacific NW? Interested in good advice on forced induction and all the mods associated with a jump in HP for my 370Z without blowing it up. Relative newby here. Returning to the tuning game after a long absence.
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I would go to AJ-Racing as they are very experienced with doing boost and N/A setups.
The owner has a GT-R and EVOX is that tuned inside out. Definitely speak to the owner as he has alot of knowledge and experience with tuning and forced induction.

So far, they have introduced their T1R coilover, big brake kit and full exhaust system for the 370Z, which one of the shop employee owns.

I believe they are closed for the holidays and will reopen early January. Check out their website for more details.

A&J Racing
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best way is to do your own research. Then the possibilities are endless. Just have shops do the labour for you if you're not good at wrenching. Picking parts and knowing what you want, should come from yourself and your own research.

You're on this site. Which means you're already half way there.
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Thanks folks. Yup ... def been researching for the past 6 months ... all your posts are definitely helpful.
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