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06_hawk_eye 01-13-2013 05:44 PM

Cbrd speed factory
Whats up guys looking for a place a little closer to me the psi Proformance about 2 hrs away. Found cbrd in york which is maybe 30 mins from me. What's everyone personal experience with these guys seem very
Professional from the reviews. Thanks alot guys

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pzr2874 01-14-2013 05:49 AM

Kirt (Turmic) swears by CBRD. I'd say they are ok to utilize.

turmic 01-14-2013 01:59 PM

Yeah, I love CBRD. They're still on Rt 30, but moving shortly to a newer and bigger building about 3 mins away from the current location. CBRD in york or IAG in westminster, MD are your two closest shops. IAG being a little bit further away. Unless you want to drive to NJ for a IVEY tune.

Tell them Kirt sent you and sit down with Chad. Talk to him some about what you want. He's a cool guy and won't bullshit you a lot of parts that you don't need. I just added a bunch of parts to my set-up. Some without talking to Chad about it. But, he's been a cool guy to deal with the last couple years.

man show 01-14-2013 11:29 PM

I can vouch for IAG - they've done the majority of my work

brfatal 01-15-2013 07:28 AM

IAG does good work, they just need a new tuner. Jorge was nicknamed Dr. Knock at his former place of work and was fired for blowing too many engines (including the shop car).

Another shop is Agile Tuning, though it's either a love 'em or hate 'em shop by reputation. I have no experience.

man show 01-16-2013 09:57 AM

There's probably some truth to that, but I still believe Jorge knows his stuff. Why would IAG put their reputation on the line and pay to fly him from Chicago to MD every four weeks to tune customer cars back-to-back all weekend long, often spilling over into Monday? He is very well-spoken and his focus and attention to detail results in IAG having many satisfied customers. If customers demand big numbers, he'll deliver and things will break (that's what mechanical things do when they're pushed to the limit). If customers want to safely maximize the area under the curve, that's what they'll get.

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