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Old 03-10-2018, 07:35 PM
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Default Good indy shop in Montreal/Quebec City for PPI?

Hey,

Any recommendations for a good indy shop to do a PPI on a Boxter, in Montreal and Quebec City, or near by?

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Old 03-10-2018, 09:18 PM
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Do a search on the Rennsport Forum.
You will find different options and opinions.
Montreal: Ron Green, WeTune, GTA,....
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Old 03-11-2018, 01:03 AM
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As above,

Andrew at WeTune is a favourite. Experienced, and easy to deal with.

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Old 03-11-2018, 02:27 PM
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X2 for WeTune , Andrew really knows his Porsches

1400 Norman
Lachine ,QC
514-633-1497
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Thanks guys.
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I've heard good things about Ron Green
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We can handle it. We also include DME log and alignment/chassis printout
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Originally Posted by Gregster View Post
We can handle it. We also include DME log and alignment/chassis printout
What's your shops name?
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Originally Posted by Johnny DB View Post
What's your shops name?
It's in my signature

www.​​​​​​mmsportmtl.com
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Hi Greg - was wondering, what's the procedure for checking for paintwork on Alu bodied cars?

Have a friend looking into a 2016 F-type Jag (auction car). Would be grateful for any tips you may have.

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I suggest getting a digital paint thickness gauge. You can get them on Amazon for about 50$ What you are looking for is uniformness across the entire car. Signs of obvious respray would be rough surfaces under the hood, door seems, trunk seams etc. Try to compare panel gaps as well, on a Jag they should be pretty tight and uniform.
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