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Unreal 08-29-2014 09:05 AM

ADM is great but they are up in Dallas. In Houston I would check out LMR. I've been nothing but impressed with their builds and talking to them. I would choose them over Hennesey. Then again, ADM is top notch and if the drive doesn't bother you, go there.

TX/ZL1 08-29-2014 10:18 AM

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Originally Posted by Unreal (Post 7919760)
ADM is great but they are up in Dallas. In Houston I would check out LMR. I've been nothing but impressed with their builds and talking to them. I would choose them over Hennesey. Then again, ADM is top notch and if the drive doesn't bother you, go there.

thanks very much.....A lot of love for ADM!

jon6.0 08-29-2014 10:51 AM

When it comes to a quality build I wouldn't hesitate to drive to another state if I know the work is going to be top notch. Seeing pics of jessrayo's car I wouldn't hesitate to use ADM. I would never use Hennesey. Just like I won't use Beck Racing Engines.

jessrayo 08-29-2014 11:25 AM

I vote ADM. I don't think you can get more reliable performance at a better cost anywhere. And if you decide you want to upgrade something some time in the future, you will be hard pressed to find a shop that works with you as well as Andy on upgrading parts. More than anything, Andy is a stand up guy. He can get pretty busy at times but he has a little more help right now so it will be easier to get work done. Once your car is in his shop it will be built very quickly but getting on his schedule can be a little tough.

You will love 700+whp!

TX/ZL1 08-29-2014 11:50 AM

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Originally Posted by jessrayo (Post 7920091)
I vote ADM. I don't think you can get more reliable performance at a better cost anywhere. And if you decide you want to upgrade something some time in the future, you will be hard pressed to find a shop that works with you as well as Andy on upgrading parts. More than anything, Andy is a stand up guy. He can get pretty busy at times but he has a little more help right now so it will be easier to get work done. Once your car is in his shop it will be built very quickly but getting on his schedule can be a little tough.

You will love 700+whp!

Thanks very much....that's great input! Who says Oklahoma and Texas don't get along? :happy0180: Cars bring everyone together. Think I know what I'm going to do now. I really appreciate it!

2ss-booya 08-29-2014 12:17 PM

ADM. Done.

camaro2lt 08-29-2014 12:18 PM

Go with Lingenfelter they do great work

LuckyZL-1 08-29-2014 12:40 PM

ADM is the way to go. Reliability and power. I have a year with mods and beat the heck out it now and then and its still making the power. Just have trust in their expertise. Tell him what you want and let him build it. I also know he can get very busy but he takes care of business. He wont let a car out of there unless its right!

Unreal 08-29-2014 12:40 PM

If he was near LPE, maybe, but he is in Texas, ADM is in Texas, it makes sense to go there.

G8GT4now 08-29-2014 12:43 PM

G-Force Motorsports in Pearland, TX

ZL1-V 08-29-2014 12:47 PM

I believe you have your answer
 
Word of mouth is usually an excellent indicator of how good a shop really is run. It seems a few members here have used ADM with success and leave positive feedback. If I ever get to relocate to Texas, I definitely would use ADM. We have a Hennessey out here in Southern California now. Nice new shop with beautiful projects inside but I don't hear a lot of feedback from end users?

TX/ZL1 08-29-2014 01:35 PM

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Originally Posted by ZL1-V (Post 7920239)
Word of mouth is usually an excellent indicator of how good a shop really is run. It seems a few members here have used ADM with success and leave positive feedback. If I ever get to relocate to Texas, I definitely would use ADM. We have a Hennessey out here in Southern California now. Nice new shop with beautiful projects inside but I don't hear a lot of feedback from end users?

I think I do have my answer.....That's one of the many advantages of this site.
On Hennessey, I will say from the research that I have done that generally speaking the SoCal operation is better regarded than the Texas shop.

Matt @ FSP 08-29-2014 01:40 PM

ADM, always turns out good clean work :headbang5thgen:

2ss-booya 08-29-2014 04:50 PM

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Originally Posted by TX/ZL1 (Post 7920325)
I think I do have my answer.....That's one of the many advantages of this site.
On Hennessey, I will say from the research that I have done that generally speaking the SoCal operation is better regarded than the Texas shop.

The funny thing is they wont touch cars in california because of california laws. at least thats what they told me.


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