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      10-16-2009 04:50 PM #141
      I was there today to have my stock suspension put in for the winter. He does good work and is one of a few mechanics I know who actually takes the time to torque bolts... like EVERY BOLT.

      Thanks Perjad

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      11-02-2009 11:02 AM #142
      Just got the rear beam bushings replaced on my dads 01 Golf 4dr.
      Best price going.
      He even took the time to do a full brake and suspension inspection.
      Told me what should be replaced and what could wait.
      Even put the snow tires on for me.
      And yes...as stated before...at no time during the installation of any of these items did I see him using a impact gun to torque bolts.
      Everything tightened properly to spec with a torque wrench.
      Completely 100% satisfied customer here


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      11-17-2009 05:36 PM #143
      to great work done on replacing rear caliper and oil change. I'll still make the trek to get the car serviced here anyday.

    4. 11-19-2009 12:34 AM #144
      Thank you for the comments. Just doing my job.
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      12-09-2009 06:09 AM #145
      Hey Perjad,

      Do you sell any Seafoam type products or equivalents that go in through a vacuum line to clean the intake/valves?

      Also did you get any more NGK BKR7E's in stock?

      Thanks!


      Modified by gtx4tec at 2:16 PM 12-9-2009


    6. 12-09-2009 10:11 AM #146
      I have BKR7E in stock but I dont carry seafoam. I carry Lubromoly and Motul products
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      12-10-2009 07:31 PM #147
      Hi Perjad,

      It's Alan, you did a timing belt job on my TT, and full brake job on my wifes Jetta, very happy with both services.

      Can you quote doing a brake job on my 2003 TT quattro 1.8T 225 with the following:

      Replace both front and rear rotors with Zimmermann cross drilled
      Front and rear Hawk HPS pads with sensor wires
      Brake fluid flush with good grade brake fluid.

      Thanks in advance




      Modified by Alan_G_1.8T at 7:32 PM 12-10-2009


    8. 12-11-2009 09:44 AM #148
      you got IM
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      12-11-2009 12:29 PM #149
      you also Perjad!

    10. 12-16-2009 08:54 PM #150
      Quote, originally posted by Crazy Hungarian »

      And yes...as stated before...at no time during the installation of any of these items did I see him using a impact gun to torque bolts.
      Everything tightened properly to spec with a torque wrench.
      Completely 100% satisfied customer here

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    11. 12-24-2009 01:59 PM #151
      Just had my clutch and wheel bearings replaced. Perjad did a great job and the car drives better than ever. I also had the timing belt replaced a while ago with same result. He really does do a great job. Highly recommended

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      01-04-2010 02:51 PM #152
      i have a question for you. could you fix an oil leak i have coming from my oil return line on a 92 1.6l turbo diesel? the part is NLA and i think it is cracked on the flex portion of the pipe. how much would you charge.
      and how much for an oilchange with a decent 5w40?


      Modified by dasius at 11:54 AM 1-4-2010

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      01-11-2010 01:11 PM #153
      question...im going to need an oil change soon for my 2.0 and was wondering what is the best oil you guys recommend...its i really neccesary to use full synthetic for my car since it is not a performance engine...what benefits will synthetic offer my 8v other than longer change intervals?
      thanks

    14. 03-16-2010 12:06 PM #154
      hi perjad,

      i was wondering if you can perform the 64,000 km interval service (or any other interval service) on my 2006 jetta. i'd rather take it to your shop based on all the great recommendations rather than to the dealership.


    15. 04-01-2010 06:04 PM #155
      to Perjad! Was in this week for a tune up and timing belt job. Good price and nice service! I'll be in touch about the exhaust.
      Thanks again!

    16. 04-20-2010 11:51 AM #156
      x2
      Went to Perjad for a full timing belt service and while there got him change my oil and put on my summers too.
      It's a far drive for me, but he's the best.
      Great service, prices and care.

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      04-25-2010 11:59 PM #157
      Thought I'd drop in to say that this shop provides a great and honest service, at very reasonable prices. As the previous posters, I also had my belt done. I'll definitely be heading back for any future work on the car.
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      05-18-2010 08:22 PM #158
      What gear oil goes in the MKIV manual transmissions GL4 or GL5?

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      06-16-2010 01:41 AM #159
      I've heard GL5 in the MKIV manual transmissions eats up the synchros, and that GL4 should be used.

      Is this true?

      According to Redlines site:

      "GEAR AND SYNCHRONIZER WEAR PROTECTION

      Most manufacturers of manual transmissions and transaxles recommend an 80W or 90W GL-4 lubricant. GL-5 gears oils which are required in hypoid differentials are not used in most synchromesh transmissions because the chemicals used to provide the extreme pressure protection can be corrosive to synchronizers, which are commonly made of brass or bronze. Typically, the use of a GL-5 lubricant in a synchromesh transmission will shorten the synchronizer life by 50%. "



      Lubromoly appears to be GL5.
      Last edited by gtx4tec; 06-16-2010 at 01:51 AM.

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      06-27-2010 08:29 PM #160
      Just a note. Do not use Lubromoly 75W90 GL5 in a MKIV.

      I had mine changed out from OEM, and started getting 1st-2nd grinds about 6 months later.

      Changed to GM Synchromesh...fixed everything. This is the fluid to use.

      Big thumbs down on the Lubromoly. Almost went to get my transmission rebuilt over it.

      Not cool.

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      07-04-2010 07:31 PM #161
      IM Sent!

    22. 07-08-2010 03:28 PM #162
      didnt get any IM

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      07-09-2010 09:22 PM #163
      Another happy first-time customer..nice guy, great service!
      See you Monday for the E-brake cable

    24. 07-10-2010 03:06 PM #164
      I had called about a month+ ago, in regards to doing my control arms on a b6 a4 Audi wagon. Left a message, and stated my number clearly about 4 times. Never got a return call :/.

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      07-10-2010 03:19 PM #165
      I had Perjad and his co-worker Anthony install the DriverGear springs on my B6 Passat this past week. His new shop is nice and spacious and they took their time and did a great job on the install. I'll definitely be going back to him for future work.

    26. 07-11-2010 11:25 PM #166
      Quote Originally Posted by denyle View Post
      I had called about a month+ ago, in regards to doing my control arms on a b6 a4 Audi wagon. Left a message, and stated my number clearly about 4 times. Never got a return call :/.
      Ever since June we have been busy with relocation. we have been so busy that we can hardly answer the phone. Try calling again during business hours. Our answering machine through bell does not work as it should, we are trying to fix that soon.


      Thanks

    27. 07-12-2010 10:52 PM #167
      Just had a set of used Koni Coilovers installed on my 07 A3 this past Friday. Despite taking an entire day for Perjad and his assistant Alex, they managed to get the job done properly without any problems for me. All I had to do was pick up the car, pay for the service, and enjoy the ride.

      After 3-4 years of not driving a VW/Audi and then going back to Perjad again, nothing's changed with his professionalism.

      Highly recommend this shop and the service people

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      08-27-2010 02:38 PM #168
      How much for a timing belt change on 2002 gti

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      10-03-2010 02:49 PM #169
      Just picked up my '03 2.0 on Saturday, after dropping it off Friday for a full timing belt service, GTI brake swap and 337 suspension swap. Not only does the car feel great, but I am confident that the work was done right. Perjad took the time to perform a full inspection and was honest in his assessment, he's not just looking to add to your tab. Fast and reliable service for the best prices around, hard to compete with that. 2 thumbs up PTM!

    30. 11-09-2010 06:53 PM #170
      Another first time customer, quality work and reasonable prices. Perjad, thanks again for the advice.

      Worthy of my first ever post, 'nuff said.

    31. 01-15-2011 06:22 PM #171
      Very happy with the rear brake job I got last week, thanks Perjad!
      I'll be back in soon for my timing belt

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      01-25-2011 09:05 PM #172
      Can you quote me a price and approx time you would need my car ?

      2004 GTI VR6 24V

      Timing Chain and Waterpump
      Clutch (its ok now but while the trans is out)
      1 Rear Wheel Bearing

      IM me....I can drop it off next week
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      03-01-2011 10:13 PM #173
      Quote Originally Posted by eddiek View Post
      Quote, originally posted by bcnul8r »
      Had my first oil change there last night. Perjad gave my car a once over, too, and made me aware of typical trouble spots and warning signs to look out for.
      Amazing service. A pleasure to deal with. Great price. I'll be going back every time.
      Nothing but big ups for PTM.

      Perjad just did my Clutch and Timing belt all at once. He did a great job. He also saw a cheapy oil filter on my car and gave me **** for it. Now that is a man who passionate about cars.

      That is true passion!
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      04-22-2011 01:03 AM #174
      last post in this thread hasn't been for quite some time. but, can I set up a time for you to look over and possibly replace my LCAs. Passat 2001.5

    35. 04-22-2011 11:50 AM #175
      sure just call shop during business hours and book an apointment.
      We are closed until Tuesday.
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