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      09-11-2021, 11:51 AM   #1
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Auto Shops in lower Fairfield County

I've heard of CCM and The Shop, but I was wondering if anyone has dealt with any that they recommend for exhaust/midpipe installs, etc.

Would come in handy for the tougher maintenance items in the future.
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I've used both of them as well as a number of other shops. While CCM is a repair facility, if you talk to Alex he loves the aftermarket work and they've had a fair amount of F8Xs going through there. CCM isn't fancy, but good, honest people from my experience. They also have a body shop now, I was talking to Alex last week about a GTS style hood and he had worked with some and said they have an M2 coming shortly for one too.
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I've used both of them as well as a number of other shops. While CCM is a repair facility, if you talk to Alex he loves the aftermarket work and they've had a fair amount of F8Xs going through there. CCM isn't fancy, but good, honest people from my experience. They also have a body shop now, I was talking to Alex last week about a GTS style hood and he had worked with some and said they have an M2 coming shortly for one too.
I spoke with Lee the owner of CCM and he said it'd be about 2 hrs ($120/hr) for mid-pipe and exhaust install. Is this the norm? I usually install these myself, but have decided to get it welded at the connection points to eliminate any chances of rattles/leaks. Figured I'd just have it done all at once by a reputable shop

Which other shops have you used carchrism5?
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I go to ACI Dynamix and been going there for 2 years. they always treat me like family. cost is $125 an hour
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