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post #1 of 7 Old 01-13-2006, 09:08 AM Thread Starter
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looking for instaler for my PI stuff..

Im looking to see if there is anyone around Va that can do my Pi Head and intake swap for me. I have all the parts, just need the labor done...Dont really want to take it to the dealership. Let me know an estimate if you are interested in the job.....
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Check out Steen Racing, they're just on the other side of the tunnel in Norfolk. http://www.steenracing.com


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Check out Steen Racing, they're just on the other side of the tunnel in Norfolk. http://www.steenracing.com
I would rather find an individual that wants to do the swap, there are some shops in richmond that could do it...I really dont want the "shop prices".

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another vote for Steen...just remember you get what you pay for

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Im looking to see if there is anyone around Va that can do my Pi Head and intake swap for me. I have all the parts, just need the labor done...Dont really want to take it to the dealership. Let me know an estimate if you are interested in the job.....
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Try www.tidewaterracing.com

I think there are a few ford techs on there that would do it. I had Steen do mine, and although he did a good job, it took twice as long as what he originally said it would, which seems to be the trend in almost all my dealings with them.

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