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post #1 of 4 Old 21st March 2013, 02:43 AM Thread Starter
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I will be travelling down to San Antonio for my retraining. Just looking to see if there are any other guys in the area that could help me out finding some good indy shops and get togethers. Please email me. [email protected]
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Rhinewest on Broadway. Master European Automotive on Pat Booker. The Indys dont have the right tools for some of the more extensive work though, like VANOS testing. Master European does have an AUTOLOGIC though and hes a former M5 owner. That being said for any engine related work I take it to the stealer.

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I don't know any Indy's in S.A. but I'll refer you to the one I go to in Austin, Das Autowerks. They have been working on my car for basically every repair, issue and maintenance since day one! They were even working on this particular car since the previous owner! Ask for Mark, he used to work for Blackforest (located in Austin), ex-BMW Master Mechanic, and very knowledgeable. The other mechanic there is name Quitze (I think that's how you spell it, but pronounced the way I typed it), he is also very well trained. As for tuning, I know there is one shop in S.A. called DBC Tuning, they have done extensive work on many top-of-the-line bimmers, Porsche, and my best friend's B8 Audi S4. One of the mechanics there used to own a supercharged E39 M5. Hope that helps.
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Any get-togethers/cars and coffee in the San Antonio area? I'm here for a little bit until early June.

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