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Need a PPI near San Carlos, CA // Is Kirberg Motors good?

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I'm planning to buy a 986 from a seller that lives in San Carlos, CA. He's not excited about hauling down to the South Bay to go to one of my preferred shops: RMG or RennShop.

The seller has used Kirberg Motors (http://www.kirbergmotors.com/) in Belmont.

This guy on Pelican seems to think Kirberg is good: http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsche-911-technical-forum/264553-ppi-san-mateo-close.html

Any feedback or other suggestions?

Thank you!!


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I've used German Wotor Works to replace my fuel pump....800+ dollars later, my fuel gauge wasn't working, and I was passed by a Prius before I realized I was driving Kilometers per hour instead of Miles per hour.

They fixed both issues they caused for free after I raised a stink, but I had little confidence in them afterwards to ever return there.

I also had offered to bring an OEM fuel pump from Sunset Porsche, but they wouldn't "guarantee the install" unless I agreed to buy their(identical-oem) fuel pump for a few hundred dollars more. I later learned I could have replaced the fuel pump myself relatively easy - I was just too cautious about having gasoline fumes exposed in my own garage where my gas water heater is. In reading the tutorial for that, I could see how easily GMW would have fouled the fuel gauge.

They may do a decent PPI, but I wasn't thrilled with their service.

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