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Old 07-02-2014, 10:49 PM   #1
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Kassel Motorsports in University Place

I just want to let everyone know. Karl and his company Kassel Motorsports in University Place WA are at the top of the Euro community list for services and parts. The car club I roll with gave them a big shout out and put up a booth at a couple of our cruise-ins. I didnt need anything initially but a few months ago I hit Karl up for some DIY materials. (Diff fluids, coolant, oil change kit, ect) I was flat blown away by the prices and the customer service he provided. I picked it all up same day. Being the owner I assumed communicating over their Facebook would be the only interaction I had with him. No way. He came right from the garage when I got there grime covered and all putting in the wrench time himself.

I came to him with a problem a few weeks ago that I was getting an SES light and found myself that my O2 sensors were going to the wrong bungs creating a whole mess of problems. Well I needed a emssions test and a tag renewal within days and had but one day avalible to come in. No problem he said. I came by and dropped the car off unscheduled. 8hrs later. fixed. I was floored. Service prices were even lower then I expected.

The next day my Check engine light came on again while doing my drive cycles. ****! I again hit up Karl on a saturday and he responded immediatly. Monday I brought the car in again at my leasure. He dropped whatever he was doing and gave my car the work up. Checked my codes, Smoke tested it, drove it, came up with a bad MAF. He ordered one really quick from his supplier all the while why I sat in the lobby playing xbox. Put it in and all was right in the world. He ran me up for just the price of the MAF. I was on my way.

If anyone needs any work done I would strongly suggest going to him and his group at Kassel. Nothing but a group of professionals!
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