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Speed Freek 02-05-2012 05:27 PM

Tech in North County area, if anybody needs work I'm your guy!
 
Just wante to let you guys know I am a former Lexus/Toyota Master Tech and I work from my home/shop doing anything from Scheduled maintenance, to repairs, and any aftermarket installs of all kinds, like limited slips, suspension, engine performance and upgrades, and extensive knowledge of building and tuning of forced induction systems.

I am also a welder with years of experience who can fabricate and do custom tube work, and live in Vista about 2 minutes from the freeway for easy access..

I have worked on many trucks on this forum, for example I just installed fiberglass fenders and bedsides a little bit of tube work and welded some gusseting on the frame on a members truck, but wanted to make a thread that I am available since work is a little slow. Always happens at the begining of the year...:( I can save you guys a lot of money.

PM me if you guys have any questions or want more info

Thanks for looking
-Jason

Speed Freek 02-11-2012 09:59 AM

Still here, lol. Been slammed this week, thanks for the work from a couple of you guys!
Keep it coming.

I am building a custom fuel tank skid plate for my Heep, just got a 4 x 10' 1/4" panel to cut from I will post pictures of the finished product to show you guys my Aluminum fabrication and welding skills, maybe even my bowstaff skills from when I was in a gang with Napolean Dynamite...:rolleyes:

silver taco 05-08-2012 01:23 PM

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Speed Freek 05-15-2012 09:28 AM

Anybody need any service work, timing belts, general repairs, welding (aluminum, steel, stainless, whatever)?

Speed Freek 05-19-2012 08:20 AM

Thanks for the work guys, keep it coming, if you have any questions just PM me, couldnt hurt to ask!

Speed Freek 05-20-2012 09:48 AM

Just wanted to thank the local members once again for giving me the opportunity to make a living and also helping people save some money, I tell it like it is, and I dont sell BS.

I work on customers trucks/cars as if they are my own vehicles.

I am also a motorcycle tech and can do maintenance and repair, including valve adjustments on late model Japanese off road motorcycles (250 and 450 4 stroke) as I have complete shim sets for all. Not to mention full race prep for desert and or motocross.

If your looking to save some money and have the work done properly without getting ripped off, please dont hesitate to contact me, PM me if you have any questions at all.

Thanks!

Speed Freek 07-22-2012 05:14 PM

Bumpity, got a couple of open days next week if anybody needs work and wants to save some cash.

Thx for your continued support guys, and I greatly appreciate all the work I have been getting from my awesome TW friends!

Any maintenance, aftermarket installs of pretty much anything (suspension, lights, performance work, general upgrades, ECU tuning, S/C installs, etc..).

Just PM me with any questions you might have, I would love to help. This is my PRIMARY job, I soley work from home and I work on all makes and models (No electrical on European cars :eek: but mechanical work is OK)

I also work on off-road motorcycles, I can do everything you need on those from routine maintenance, aftermarket parts install, to full race prep!

I can also do welding of any kind, steel, aluminum, stainless, MIG or TIG process available.

Here is an aluminum skid I built for my Jeep for an example.

http://i406.photobucket.com/albums/p...cture008-3.jpg

Cortland 07-22-2012 07:13 PM

Can you do gear installs? Bumper fabrication?

LT1 07-23-2012 06:10 PM

Do you have any machinery to read/diagnose trouble codes?

Speed Freek 07-23-2012 06:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cortland (Post 5423871)
Can you do gear installs? Bumper fabrication?

Yes, depending on the gears I just make setup bearings from the old ones and go from there to get the proper lash and contact surface, and I have a bender and welder and can make bumpers etc...

Quote:

Originally Posted by LT1 (Post 5428946)
Do you have any machinery to read/diagnose trouble codes?

I have a scanner, yes.

Speed Freek 07-26-2012 08:09 AM

Thanks for your business Lam (LT1) I hope your happy with everything, and good luck on your new baby.

It was nice meeting you guys, was a pleasure to help!

Dont hesitate to contact me if you ever need anything in the future.

NoSoup4You 07-29-2012 05:14 PM

Hey Jason - just wanted to say thanks again for all the work today! The new leafs aren't that stiff at all and it's sittin' pretty now!

If anyone is looking for a great local tech this is your guy.. he treats every car or truck like his own and is patient enough to let you watch and ask questions along the way :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

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Speed Freek 07-29-2012 09:29 PM

Thank you David, I appreciate your business and if you ever need anything I got your back.

Your truck is looking really nice, love the way it sits.

Thanks for the Red Bulls!!! :headbang:

SKULLY 08-01-2012 06:25 PM

Hey Jason, nice to meet you on sunday. Stoked to check out your work and thanks for letting me rack my head on the facking canopy! lol

Speed Freek 08-03-2012 12:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SKULLY (Post 5474486)
Hey Jason, nice to meet you on sunday. Stoked to check out your work and thanks for letting me rack my head on the facking canopy! lol


Haha, you and everybody else! I put red tape on them but I obviously need red flashing LEDs instead. I am short so I coast right under them so I forget since I am a dwarf, lol.

Nice meeting you too bud, if theres anything I can do for you let me know (no gay stuff!)

We should get some members or whoever for that matter together for some off-road shenanigans!

The Traveler 08-03-2012 02:55 PM

Hey Jason, just sent you a PM. :thumbsup:

Speed Freek 08-05-2012 01:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Traveler (Post 5484703)
Hey Jason, just sent you a PM. :thumbsup:

Got it, glad you got it all taken care of, thanks for thinking of me though!

Just got done yesterday with an HPOP O-ring failure on a 2004 Ford Powerstroke 7.3, what a dirty terrible mess!!! Now I remember why I dont work at a Diesel shop anymore...

This morning I installed a True-trac LSD into a 1st gen Tacoma Pre-runner, now he gets to spin both tires now, also more fun in the rain!

Thanks for the work Brian.

Thanks for your continued support guys!

Speed Freek 08-08-2012 10:15 AM

I need to get my tools dirty, or use my welder or bender, anybody? :D

nfs257 08-08-2012 10:25 AM

Hey how often are we supposed to replace the serpentine belt? And are there timing belts or chains on these? Might want some help installing NST pulleys...

Speed Freek 08-08-2012 08:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nfs257 (Post 5506957)
Hey how often are we supposed to replace the serpentine belt? And are there timing belts or chains on these? Might want some help installing NST pulleys...

You have a timing chain, it has a pretty long replacement interval, probably 200K+ miles.

As far as the serp belt is concerned, I replace them when I can start to see cracks on the side with the V-grooves on it. That is usually 50K+ miles on that one.

If you need help with the pulleys let me know, I can do it.


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