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Performance shops in Michigan

Discussion in 'Greater Michigan' started by wibble, Aug 9, 2009.

  1. wibble

    wibble New Member

    Hello, I was wondering if anyone new any good performance shops in the Detroit area. It would be nice if there were any around Novi, I am in the military and live in Germany and am having my car shipped from up north down there to a body shop to do some work for me to get the car back to tip top shape before i come home and was thinking of getting a turbo put on it. i have no idea what kind would be good, the motor is all stock and has about 100k on it. Should i have the motor built or no...whats the best way to go.? Thanks
  2. wibble

    wibble New Member

    I also forgot, I have a 2000 si sorry
  3. BrutalB83

    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator

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    Check out Auto Addictions in Rochester Hills. They do great work. Nice guys too. There's also Speed Industries, don't recall exactly where it is, but you can look it up. They mostly specialize in Subaru's but the owner's got a nice ITR, so they can definitely do Hondas too...
  4. HumbleSage

    HumbleSage New Member

    I'm replying to this thread because it comes up high on Google.

    Don't bother with Speed Industry. I personally stopped in their shop today and talked to Bob and he says he won't touch Honda's anymore. When I asked why he simply stated they were too tough to work on. I obviously don't believe that. I am positive it's more because too many ricer kids have ruined it for Honda owners like myself that want to do it right.

    As for Auto Addictions, their domain addictsracing.com only has the Go Daddy intro page and the number I have found is disconnected so don't bother with them either.
  5. BrutalB83

    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator

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    Yes, Auto Addictions moved to Pontiac, and recently it seems like they've either shut down or are re-organizing or something. Honestly I wouldn't recommend them anymore anyway. They did a powder coat job on a valve cover for me once and I was not very impressed with it. I did a better job myself with spray paint...

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