Would you recommend a automotive shop that specializes in high performance cars and rebuilding engines to work on basic engine repairs such as a blown head gasket, etc. I feel if they can rebuild entire engines they really know what they are doing? They are willing to fix my card at half the price of other regualr automotive repair shops and can fix in one day as oppossed to the other shops where they have stated it will take 2-3 days?

Asked By: Faith Warrior - 12/19/2009
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If a mechanic can increase engine output or do an engine rebuild, he is well qualified to replace a head gasket. Go ahead and give him the job. Just make sure you can find him again incase you have problems later on... More
Answered By: gearhead4 - 12/19/2009
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As long as they stand behind their work I would not have a problem with their work.
Answered By: Gene S - 12/19/2009
Probably makes sense that they're hungry for work during these economic times. The only reservation I'd have about hiring them is if they've actually worked on your make/model before and if they have access to all the specs. If they do, then go for it.
Answered By: Stpaulguy - 12/19/2009
yes, they should be fine = one engine is basically the same as the next All they will need to know is the specs. and that is what you are paying them for as long as they have a good reputation go with them
Answered By: Henry - 12/19/2009
Any shop that specializes in high performance cars and rebuilding engines is more than qualified to do a basic head gasket replacement.
Answered By: LeAnne - 12/19/2009
I would have confidence in them.
Answered By: Michael B - 12/19/2009
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