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    Independent Mechanic in the Chicago area

    I'm looking for an indy mechanic recommendation in Chicago to service my RS6. Thanks in advance.

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    Any transmission work: TozoM8

    Anything else: Al at Chicago Performance Tuning.
    2012 Q7 TDI S-Line - 2010 GTI - 2007 A3 3.2 S-Line - 2003 RS6
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    You can check : Fluid MotorUnion
    And transmission: TozoM8


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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveKen View Post
    Anything else: Al at Chicago Performance Tuning.
    2nd for Al at CPT, he's the only mechanic I'll let touch any of my cars and he is very familiar with the RS 6.
    '97 993TT, '14 E63 S-line, '17 GT-R and a couple of '12 Mini Cooper S Countryman ALL4s for the kids.

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    If Tozo can pull and replace a trans over the weekend guessing he's good at most of the other work, very familiar with the Audi platform.
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    Midwest performance cars is great and worked on mine when I lived there.
    RS6 #1 904959, Daytona, Silver, tons of "stuff," went through puddle, dead engine, end of #1 for me, rebuilt by local enthusiast and thriving.
    RS6 #2 904568, Avus, Ebony, no stuff, stock minus RNS-E.

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    Highly recommend Tozo for Torque Converter replacement. He did it in a weekend for $2k. The first time I had the Torque Converter replaced they had the car for a month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lswing View Post
    If Tozo can pull and replace a trans over the weekend guessing he's good at most of the other work, very familiar with the Audi platform.
    That is an amazing accomplishment. After seeing how the transmission has to be removed form the engine, I find the "weekend" turn around amazing or not real! Of course it's Tozo! And he's unreal!

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