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Local Mechanics you recommend SE Melbourne


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Rapid Tune Moorabbin

Have to recommend these guys,

Shaun is a champ and has done great service on both my Nissan vehicles in the last week with no fuss and bother and outstanding service.

Got my V35 fully fluid flushed and replenished with a full report of what had been modified and what could be needed coming up, no added BS and no nasty surprises, and because I live close, driven home and picked up.

V35 fully flushed, Oil, Brake Fluid, Auto Trans Fluid, Coolant, new filters and safety checked (found out I'd been seriously lowered ? ) and had some suspension bushes getting close to replacement stage but not critical should be looked at in the next service, plus is happy for you to get the bits and they'll fit them. He just did a normal service on my N15 and fitted a Cube Speed short shifter (great Aussie SA company and serious quality, billet machined...)

Got great advice on sourcing bits and honest costings on what they're set up to do.

Dudes got a 120Y with a Holden V8 sitting in the front an HR on the rack and some other really cool projects on the go so......

Not sure how much they'll be able to do in the current environment but, If you can, support your local guys.

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