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Feb 15, 2008 at 4:30 pm
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Hash Imports
12371 Reynolds Dr, Fishers, IN
317-842-7460
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Mr Hash has never made a car he couldn't fix. If the problem is mysterious, he seems to take it personally. They work on everything from old Jags, Volvos, Lambos, Ferraris, Datsuns, etc. I have lots of respect for everyone I have come in contact with there.
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Feb 15, 2008 at 5:52 pm
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ZUL8TR wrote
Hash Imports
12371 Reynolds Dr, Fishers, IN
317-842-7460
Five Stars:

Mr Hash has never made a car he couldn't fix. If the problem is mysterious, he seems to take it personally. They work on everything from old Jags, Volvos, Lambos, Ferraris, Datsuns, etc. I have lots of respect for everyone I have come in contact with there.


lambos???
I live litery 3 mins from there
and at Reynolds is where I get my mowers from and work done at, 2 for 1
Im her to pick up my lawn mower and Diablo, the yellow ones
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Feb 15, 2008 at 8:22 pm
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I've seen older Lambo's there. They have tons of experience with SU Carbs and such. I saw a concourse winner in the garage one day. Always surprised to find something interesting they are working on.
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Feb 15, 2008 at 9:19 pm
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Modified Auto Designs Inc.
8155 Castleway Ct. West
Indianapolis, IN 46250
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www.modifiedautodesigns.com
Tel: 1-317-576-0356
Fax: 1-317-576-0565





From tinting to forced induction installation. They're the name you can trust. The owner and his crew are all enthusiasts and won't settle for just a good job. They're excellent on what they do and 5 stars may not be enough.
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Feb 17, 2008 at 2:01 am
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Connan's Paint & Body Shop
10755 Andrade Dr
Zionsville, IN 46077
Phone: (317) 873-6530


It's the recommended shop by Lexus/Jag/Volvo etc I believe. The last time I went, there was a Bentley, Porsche Cayman, Lexus LS460, the new Audi S6, etc.

Great facility. The lounge is one of the nicest waiting rooms I've been. Complete witha digital coffee machine, salt water tank with really cool fish and other creatures, die cast cars, and they had free cinnamon rolls last time I went.

We all know that the better the coffee the machine, the better the work right? Actually, Connan's paint and body did a great job on fixing my car (hit and run accident, front bumper and rear 1/4 panel). Thumbs up to them.

HOWEVER, their administrative side seems to have some communication issues.
1). They tried fixing some things I told them I will do myself. They even ordered wrong parts
2). When I picked up my car, my key was cracked in half with the transponder missing. Keys do get broken, I understand. What makes me really angry is that they tried to play it off as if nothing was wrong. I made them order a new set of key.
3). I checked their work and they did not paint behind the taillight where I was hit. The paint is chipped and nothing is done to it. It's not a visible part so they thought they could get away with it maybe? I called and complained, was promised a call by the manager which never came till I called again about my key. They didn't even discuss about my 1/4 panel.

Great skills, props to whoever does the work. but the administration seriouslly needs some improvement.
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Jun 6, 2008 at 12:02 am
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Can any one suggest/recommend someone who is good at adjusting triple sidedraft carbs similar to Webers? Any of you old school folks out there who have a old Ferrari or Lamb?

Thanks!
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Jun 6, 2008 at 12:38 am
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datsunzman wrote
Can any one suggest/recommend someone who is good at adjusting triple sidedraft carbs similar to Webers? Any of you old school folks out there who have a old Ferrari or Lamb?

Thanks!
Dave

Hash Imports in Fishers. They also love SU's. Mr Jim Hash will be your man.
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Jun 13, 2008 at 1:20 am
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Yes Mark I know that, but is there any one else?
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Jun 13, 2008 at 2:18 am
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datsunzman wrote
Yes Mark I know that, but is there any one else?


Brian Stewart on the westside at Auto Car Sports

hes managed to keep my Diablo rolling
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Jun 15, 2008 at 5:48 pm
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Ahhh, but does he know carbs? I just bought a set of jets for my Z hoping this is going to cure my leaning out problem at high RPM's.
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Jun 16, 2008 at 1:37 am
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datsunzman wrote
Ahhh, but does he know carbs? I just bought a set of jets for my Z hoping this is going to cure my leaning out problem at high RPM's.

idk
call him and ask
271-9955

probulay does
and tell him Im still alive


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Jun 16, 2008 at 10:13 pm
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Ummm, sorry.
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Jun 17, 2008 at 2:26 am
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datsunzman wrote
btw
STOP DOUBLE POSTING!!!!!
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Ummm, sorry.

I did smile

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Jun 17, 2008 at 2:34 pm
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Ahhh, but does he know carbs? I just bought a set of jets for my Z hoping this is going to cure my leaning out problem at high RPM's.

He is a carb guru.
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Jun 18, 2008 at 7:52 pm
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Carb guru, eh? I wonder if he'd take a look at one of my bikes...
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Jun 18, 2008 at 10:56 pm
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I wouldn't think that bike carbs can't be that hard. I've pretty much mastered SU carbs and I don'd believe motorcycle carbs are much different. What is the bike doing if I might ask?
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Jul 1, 2008 at 1:33 pm
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Well, I've got 2 that are having trouble. One's rich, the other's super lean.

The one that's lean is lean because I have a WAY OVERSIZED airbox installed and a wide open exhaust on it.

The one that's rich is mostly stock, but I did discover that I've got some serious exhaust (muffler) issues... considering that it flew off while I was on the track saturday.
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Jul 2, 2008 at 2:53 am
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What's an airbox? Is 3" exhaust on an normally aspirated engine too much exhaust for a little straight 6? Hee-hee!
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