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Hey guys thought I'd post about my new business that I just started here in Utah!

TruSpeed Performance. An honest, no hassle, low cost alternative
for your performance needs. We are a very laid back and open minded couple guys who love to work on cars. We take pride in learning as much as we can and sharing our skills with auto enthusiasts.

We're not out to get all your money and cut corners. We work on every car with the same passion we have working on our own. We'd love to see your tuner looking clean, driving fast, and expressing you and your tastes without breaking the bank.

Have an awesome custom idea for your ride? Can't find anyone who makes performance parts for your car? Or perhaps you just want to swap out that whole drive train with one with more options. You've come to the right place. At TruSpeed Performance we're all about making your dreams and ideas into reality and doing right. No Pimp My Ride here!

We won't try and sell you on installing all sorts of monitors that you won't ever watch or stupid spinners and gizmos that belong in a toddlers toy. We'll recommend options that we ourselves would want to try if your car was our own. So give us a call to set up a time to come talk to us about your ride.

Check us out at http://www.truspeed-performance.com
 

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Just finished a bunch of services on a customers 06 Speed6. Definitely a great car to work on! :) We can't wait to do more in the future. Call or email us with any questions or for pricing info that you can't find on the site! :)

Here are a few random shots of the customers car:

About half way through cleaning up the nasty engine bay during the service


his brakes were pretty rusty so we ended up cleaning them up when we were bleeding them






All Done and running a million times better waiting for it's owner :)
 

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Hey guys got a couple specials goin on right now, All Hydra EMS Nemesis II 2.6 systems are $100 bucks off with a free upgrade to equivalent 2.7 system when 2.7 comes out.

Only problem is the only current model of mazda that hydra does is the miata series soooo.... if there's enough interest I can get a setup for the 6 and speed 6.

If you haven't heard about Hydra Nemesis, it's basically an access port on crack. It's a complete stand alone ECU. The amount of options with a Hydra are endless, it has additional maps like fuel trim vs coolant temp, or spark trim vs air temp. It can work with either high or low impedance injectors. you can change spark dwell time. You have control over the PID values for idle, as well as PI values for VVT control. no piggyback has VVT control yet. All fuel maps are adjustable at every RPM. You can customize for any type of fuel, and the list goes on and on.

Nemesis II 2.6 for Mazda is currently $1500 Additional options: Wideband Sensor $400, New maps/custom maps not currently available but will be in the future ranging from $400-600

Other versions for makes available for the hydra include: Honda, Acura, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Toyota, Subaru, Dodge, Chryslerhttp://forum.mazda6club.com/#, Lotus, Mini, and Infiniti.

If there is enough interest in getting a hydra system for your application it is possible to make it happen. Anyone who wishes to have a hydra system that is not a current option through hydra let me know and we can start up a group buy to get it set up for that make and model.

Also we are doing a special right now 15% off a full fluids change on any vehicle, just mention where ya saw the post and we'll help ya out!

If you don't see what you're looking for on our site, shoot us an email or give us a call and we'll see if we can make it happen. We enjoy taking on custom projects, however they are on a case by case basis that's based on our current work load.
 

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is oyur customer with the speed6 aware that the functionality of the intercooler decreases dramatically if the shroud isn't there to seal to the hood flange? might want to let him know because that is just a stock intercooler with the shroud removed.
 
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