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Reputable Performance Shops in St. Louis MO

Discussion in 'Midwest' started by jps043, Jun 16, 2014.

  1. jps043

    jps043 Member Established Member

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    As the title states I am looking for reputable performance shops in the Saint Louis area who can help me install my American Racing Headers, 2.4 Upper Pulley and 90mm Idler. I haven't used a shop in Saint Louis for over 5 years and was curious what all is available now. One suggestion on my list is Craven Performance. My search constraints are a shop that is not going to overcharge me, but at the same time a shop that provides good quality work. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Also, if any local forum members on here have experience with header installs and would like to make some cash doing so, I would be comfortable with that route as well. Thanks.

    John S.
     
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    jps043 Member Established Member

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    I had Wagon Wheel Performance build/install my engine. Phase2 did the short-block. I hear excellent things about Bobcat (aka Bob Monks) (owns the STLMustangs forum). I have heard good things recently about Mustang Muscle as well. Brad runs Wagon Wheel, and he is a great guy. Very fair, very reasonable on price, and has great customer service.
     
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    Thank you very much for your input. I have never heard of any of those shops, so I will definitely be looking them up today (assuming they all have websites).
     
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    Mustang Muscle has a site, but the others don't. Wagon Wheel has a Facebook page though. Phase2 just does "out of car" work from what I have seen. They are in the basement of a Carquest on Watson. Don't let the looks fool you though. They do top-notch work.
     
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