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Old May 3rd, 2012, 05:20   #16
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Even though they are extremely busy,they have helped my daughter and I out more times than I can count! I don't care if it is a two hour round trip, it's worth it. -Baron
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Old June 11th, 2013, 18:11   #17
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Need help, DPF out , Greenville NC. DPF delete
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Old June 11th, 2013, 21:54   #18
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agreed with the above posts...

it may be hard to get thru to them but they are some good, honest, hardworking, and smart mechanics from what i have heard and experienced.

i had them change my TB and did a great job... FAST TOO!
took less than a half day and he was calling me back saying its done!
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Need help, DPF out , Greenville NC. DPF delete
ADW is located in WNC if you are able to bring the car out that way. Otherwise may be best to find a guru in the local área where you are.

I think there are some that would make the trip to have them Work on their tdi but its a good drive for you. I dont know of any east coast gurus but put the notice Out there!

Good luck
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Old June 12th, 2013, 08:41   #19
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Another Greenville TDI! If you've seen a Grey 2dr Mk6 Golf around town that's probably me. Your best bet is probably Apex Tuning in Apex...just west of Raleigh.

I'd also curious as to why you immediately think your DPF is bad. Does it just need a forced regen? #1 rule of these cars is to not just throw parts at a problem you don't 100% understand.
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Old January 10th, 2014, 19:12   #20
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I would like to echo the above and assure you that your dealing with a very skilled and honest gentleman. I have a 2005 B5.5 2.0 BHW and I had Darren do the BSM at 195k. I live in Greensboro NC and it's a 31/2 hr drive to his shop. I drove over on Sunday with my motorbike on the trailer - left the car with him for the week and picked it up on Saturday. The old chain was noisy but did not look too bad. However it was on the decline and almost two years and 50k miles later I am pleased with my decision both to do the mod and to have Darren do it. When I was leaving I asked him is this for major $ I have to put out on the car and he did warn me the TC's are not great. Sure enough 10k miles later it did. This time I took it to the local tranny shop in High Point and was happy with their work.
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Old January 24th, 2014, 06:00   #21
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Been using Daniel for the last 4-5 years on my '00 '01 Jettas for timing belts, suspension, clutches, and general service. He just did a DSG, and fuel filter service on the wife's '12 A3 yesterday(1-23-14). The guy is a Pro, the Total Pkg. I swear he was weaned on Diesel fuel...lol. He knows the software side as well as the mechanical side of these TDI's and domestic diesels. I will be seeing him in the near future for a tune from Jeff at Rocketchip, if we can get a couple of more folks that want a tune to meet at Appalachian Diesel. Jeff said 3 or 4 folks would make it worth the drive from PA to do some tuning. Let me, Daniel, or Jeff know if any of you are interested.
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Old January 24th, 2014, 07:38   #22
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Been using Daniel for the last 4-5 years on my '00 '01 Jettas for timing belts, suspension, clutches, and general service. He just did a DSG, and fuel filter service on the wife's '12 A3 yesterday(1-23-14). The guy is a Pro, the Total Pkg. I swear he was weaned on Diesel fuel...lol. He knows the software side as well as the mechanical side of these TDI's and domestic diesels. I will be seeing him in the near future for a tune from Jeff at Rocketchip, if we can get a couple of more folks that want a tune to meet at Appalachian Diesel. Jeff said 3 or 4 folks would make it worth the drive from PA to do some tuning. Let me, Daniel, or Jeff know if any of you are interested.
How far out are we talking? I'd be interested, but it'll be a bit before I'll be ready for it.
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Old January 24th, 2014, 13:03   #23
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How far out are we talking? I'd be interested, but it'll be a bit before I'll be ready for it.
He is like 30 mins. NW of downtown Asheville. I'm thinking around sometime in March, April
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Old January 25th, 2014, 04:59   #24
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I will be heading to Daytona Fla bike week in mid march and can stop by Daniels on the way down or back. Jeff
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Old January 25th, 2014, 05:08   #25
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thanks for the link calling today for my 40k service

(just called scheduled for next fri)
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Old January 25th, 2014, 10:37   #26
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[QUOTE=jsrmonster;4423404]I will be heading to Daytona Fla bike week in mid march and can stop by Daniels on the way down or back. Jeff[/QUOTE
Sounds good, that would work out in my time frame.
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Old January 26th, 2014, 01:44   #27
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I would like to thank Appalachian Diesel Works (Daniel and Landon) and jsrmonster (Rocketchip) for coming to my get to gether yesterday.

They helped out many people and taught folks a lot.

It is always a pleasure to see them.
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Old February 9th, 2014, 18:07   #28
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I will be heading to Daytona Fla bike week in mid march and can stop by Daniels on the way down or back. Jeff[/QUOTE
Sounds good, that would work out in my time frame.
Will keep up with this thread. I would like to get a RC tune to go with the suspension upgrade Daniel installed last month. Hopefully my schedule will allow...Potential dates?
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Old February 12th, 2014, 17:59   #29
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I will be heading to Daytona Fla bike week in mid march and can stop by Daniels on the way down or back. Jeff
Jeff, lets shoot for a date on your way back up.
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Old February 14th, 2014, 14:57   #30
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Talked to Jeff today, and he said Sat. March 15 would work for him. If he decided to head home from FL earlier than expected, then we would meet on Friday the 14th. Instead of meeting at Appalachian Diesel, we're going to be meeting at my friend's garage in Waynesville, NC. Waynesville is about 20 miles West of Asheville around exit 27 off I40. Emai or PM me for further info.

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