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Old 09-22-2008, 10:44 PM   #1
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Thumbs up 105k !!

If your Suby is getting up there in the miles department, the 105K service is something to look forward to. Though it may have been a bit more expensive then the 30-60-90k service, the results - at least with my car - were well worth it.

Thanks to the guys at LIC for a superlative Performance 105K Service: http://www.licmotorsports.com/306090k.htm

I expected the car to feel the same though I myself would have the confidence a new timing belt inspires. However, the car runs more smoothly then before and the mid- and top-range power is improved.

Ready for another 105,000 miles.

Happy Motoring and thanks again LIC
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Old 09-22-2008, 10:48 PM   #2
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hahaha.. i got 3k left!!!

mine will be done at DBTuned tho lol...
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Old 09-22-2008, 11:00 PM   #3
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oh, geez!! Not another thank LIC Motorsports thread!!

Oh, wait...

I guess I should be very thankful to them for installing a JDM Forester STi 4EAT transmission into my ex-wife's Forester, fixing all the nagging little issues, and pointing out all the other issues while it was there.

They went the extra mile (more like 10 miles), stayed on a Friday evening until approximately 11 at night to get this car finished and out as promised for my ex to pick up on Sunday.

She appreciated all your hard work, and that's not NEARLY as much as I appreciated it, but I always do. Thanks guys!!!

And now, back to regularly scheduled stroking (of their reputations!!).
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your more then welcome guys...thanks for entrusting your work with LIC Motorsports!

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another thing to note is Klev opted for an upgraded radiator (KOYO) and kevlar timing belt and cosworth guide as add on's to his service...with great parts like that how can it not be better

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Old 09-23-2008, 03:35 PM   #6
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I also had it done at 102K !!
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With LIC's help, I've recently turned 153K and I haven't had any issues other than the minor one's that I cause myself. Every time I come in with something, I get advice on how to fix the problem instead of a sales pitch. Gotta love that! Oh, and the Koyo I bought back in July is working great!

As always, thanks! You Guys Rock!

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With LIC's help, I've recently turned 153K and I haven't had any issues other than the minor one's that I cause myself. Every time I come in with something, I get advice on how to fix the problem instead of a sales pitch. Gotta love that! Oh, and the Koyo I bought back in July is working great!

As always, thanks! You Guys Rock!

Bill

anytime bill, glad to help when/where we can.

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