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Old 01-22-2004, 09:48 PM   #1
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Question Competent shop in CO, USA for mods?

I'd appreciate suggestions for a competent shop in Colorado to do some modifications that I have neither the time nor the experience to perform. My stock ZETEC ZX3 wants a few more horses for the high mountain passes. I intend to add the 65mm throttle body, JBA exhaust header, and a cat-back exhaust to get the added 15+/- BHP I think I want in the RPM range I generally drive (4000-5500). At least that's the gain I'd expect from those modifications if the Sport Compact Project Car report is reliable.

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