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New to the world of B5.5s as of last weekend. 04 GLX completely stock but hoping to change that soon. Looking to add the Eibach Pro Kit asap. Anyone know of a good shop in the western/southern Baltimore area?

Also, any thoughts about just respringing the Eibachs and leaving stock shocks?
 

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I go a place called SSI in Towson best I found in the area not trying to rape you. Stay away from EIP the are horrible.
 

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Thanks. I'll give SSI a call. Glad you mentioned that about EIP since they were the only euro mod'ers I'd found in the area.
 

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Also, any thoughts about just respringing the Eibachs and leaving stock shocks?
Hey there Congrats and Welcome to the Club :wink:

No there is no problem with keeping your stock shocks with an aftermarket spring. the stock shocks will have a shorter life though. its always best to just get the whole package at once so that you can truly feel the handling of aftermarket springs/shocks :wink:
 

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There is a place called Induktion Motorsports in Hanover, newar BWI airport. They do a lot of B5 tuning, especially with Audi A4s and S4s. I know the owner and he is a real great guy, a true enthusiast. They carry GIAC chips, and are distributors for AWE-Tuning parts. They also do maintenance work and aftermarket installs. www.4induktion.com
NGP Racing is also a good place to go. They are near Aberdeen. They have been in business for quite some time. They have done a lot of VW work. They can do a full range of work and have a chassis dyno as well. www.ngpracing.com
 
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