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Old 08-24-2019, 11:13 AM   #1
MadJapSDCA
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My Ride: 18 IS300F / 00 323i
Who do you use for headwork in SD?

I need my head worked on my new project car. I pulled it because of a burnt valve, but figured since the motor has 133k on it, that I would just get a valve job done. On the upside, this motor has never been over heated. Everything came apart like it was brand new.

I called a couple of places, and was quoted $500 just for the valve job and resurfacing. That's not including the exhaust valve that needs to be replaced.

Do you guys have a recommendation for a good shop? I realize everything is expensive in Cali, but $500 seems way too much. This job is like $250-$300 on the East Coast.

I'm obviously looking for good work. I don't want to pay less if the work is inferior.

Thanks is advance.



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