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MASSIVE THANKYOU TO ADAMSS24......

phoenixv6quattro Feb 10, 2010

  1. phoenixv6quattro

    phoenixv6quattro staylowmovefast

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    Chris(Adamss24)came and changed my timing belt,tensioners,thermostat,radiator etc etc yesterday and now after 24hrs, and a trip to London and back the cars running sweeter than ever! He did a stirling job, very professionally, in good time at a very very good price. Very nice guy too. I don't have time/tools to do the bigger jobs at the moment, and would highly reccomend his services to anyone in my boat (no time/18hr days etc). Thanks again Adam!

    Ollie
     
  2. adamss24

    adamss24 Well-Known Member

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    Thank for feedback Oliver ! It was a pleasure mate !
     
  3. Geeman

    Geeman Low Life

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    That's good to know. Shame you're not a bit further North!
     
  4. rasA4

    rasA4 Four Rings Mafia Specialist Team V6 Audi A4 saloon

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    Where abouts are you in london Chris? PM me if you prefer
     
  5. Matt82

    Matt82 Active Member

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    i honestly feel the best work is carried out by enthusiasts anyway. phoenix, was the work on your v6?
     
  6. adamss24

    adamss24 Well-Known Member

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    Full Contitech cambelt kit (including the damper), water pump, thermostat, aux. belt, new radiator (old one was coroded at the bottom), coolant flushed and re-newed with G12 spec antifreeze. For the other punters, i am based in New Southgate, North London and i dont mind traveling a bit (for diesel money!) if within reasonable distance !
     
  7. phoenixv6quattro

    phoenixv6quattro staylowmovefast

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    Yes mate. Work was done on my V6....
     
  8. Matt82

    Matt82 Active Member

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    by no means a straight forward job adam. sounds like the same job as i did on mine in november but i did mine over a few evenings rather than just a day!!
     
  9. adamss24

    adamss24 Well-Known Member

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    It took 8 hours from 11 am to 7pm and there was an airlock wich took quite a while to bleed properly ! I also had a few troubles lining up the front bumper but we got there in the end ! It takes me about 6.5 hours from start to finish on a good day ! Also, the wheather did not help much...
     
  10. Matt82

    Matt82 Active Member

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    haha working out in the elements? we used to do stuff like that years ago, often in the dark too :p
     

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