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that slipped right bye the first time read it i guess lol....For show man anytime maybe grab a coffee or something....or a drift night lol.....im always around lol...

The guy i know i wounldnt trust with a speed for tuning or tech stuff anyways.... he doesnt really speailize in a certain brand ...He just knows his way around a car
 

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Hey guys, name's Steve from Toronto and Smoke told me about this thread and the meet. Little too far for me but maybe sometime when it's a bit warmer. In the meantime here's my 6.



 

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Thanks Cody. Silver is the best you can have...lol.

Want to do some mods to the car but don't think the dealership's warranty would like that too much :)
 

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Yup, I'm somewhat active in that thread :)
 

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Just wondering if anyone knows of a good shop that deals with Mazda cars? Specifically dealing with 2009+ 6's suspension and stuff.
 

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Just wondering if anyone knows of a good shop that deals with Mazda cars? Specifically dealing with 2009+ 6's suspension and stuff.
Not specifically no. Ive always done that stuff myself.

What kinda work you got it mind?


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Well if I do get some coilovers I would need to have them installed. I think a sri would be easy enough task for me to do but I guess mostly suspension.

Damn, when I had my civic it was so easy to find a shop and even work on myself. But this 6 has so many bells and whistles it's hard to do things yourself without the possibility of screwing something up.
 

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Well if I do get some coilovers I would need to have them installed. I think a sri would be easy enough task for me to do but I guess mostly suspension.

Damn, when I had my civic it was so easy to find a shop and even work on myself. But this 6 has so many bells and whistles it's hard to do things yourself without the possibility of screwing something up.
Im pretty sure the 2nd gen suspension isnt too difficult to work on. I always enjoy working on cars so i may be willing to assist you when the snow goes away. I will be installing my own coilovers come spring hopefully.


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I'm A.J. from Kitchener. Would love to make it to a few meets this year.

Look forward to getting to know you guys, maybe get together for some detailing and shoots once the weather is nice.


cheers!

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Im pretty sure the 2nd gen suspension isnt too difficult to work on. I always enjoy working on cars so i may be willing to assist you when the snow goes away. I will be installing my own coilovers come spring hopefully.


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Thanks Cody. We'll see what happens though but do you have air tools and stuff to do suspension?
 

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Im pretty sure the 2nd gen suspension isnt too difficult to work on. I always enjoy working on cars so i may be willing to assist you when the snow goes away. I will be installing my own coilovers come spring hopefully.


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Ill fly you out here and have you build my srt4/ my 6.1 srt8 engine k?


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Thanks Cody. We'll see what happens though but do you have air tools and stuff to do suspension?
Ya i have all the air tools & stuff needed. I can borrow a portable compressor as well. It can be done with using just all hand tools. Thats how we did justsomeguy's coils last year.
@glfpro & @sonicblue6 we hope to meet you guys soon. Going to be setting up a meet for early March in the K-W area, just need to figure out what & where. Thinkin a pool hall or something.
@Isnt sorry dude im not an engine guy. Ive taken a few apart but thats about it. Surely in Cali you should be able to find a good engine shop.


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