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ROW M030 installation in Baltimore, MD

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I recently received my new M030 suspension parts for my '03 C4 cab. from Jeff at Sunset and have been trying to find a local installer. The quotes have been significantly higher than others around the country have reported(>$1000 plus alignment). Does anyone know what Porsche quotes as the time for this R&R? Also, has anyone done this mod in the Balt./Wash. area and who did the work and at what price?

Thanks in advance.

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I did the job myself in about 8 hours. The most difficult part was the lower bolt in the rear shock. There are several good shops in northern Virginia if you want to venture that far.

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I would def. go to Gennady at GT Performance in Edgewood. He is the best around the area, both in expertise and pricing. He is a PCA club member and prof. racer, so he knows his Pcars. He gives discounts to PCA members as well. Good luck!



I dropped the car off at GT perf. Sat. AM. Best quote by a longshot. Shop was full of Pcars. Will post the results. Thanks!

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