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Old 07-29-2016, 08:42 AM
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Wanted to let everyone know that we've moved into a new location in NE Fort Worth.

Marcucci Motorsports
2420 Gravel Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76118

Near 121/183 and 820, it's a much shorter drive than before and easy to get to. For those that don't know us, we've been working on S2000's since they were new. We specialize in Hondas & Acuras. We're equipped for everything from basic maintenance to full engine builds.

Among S2000-specific service, we regularly do AP2 retainer swaps, oil jet bolt updates, convertible top replacements, subframe collar installs, and repair of seized subframe bolts. We also are one of the few shops that can properly do ring & pinion (new final drive) gear setup and manual transmission repair. If you have a spun rob bearing or other internal motor issue, we also are equipped to do most diagnostics on-vehicle (including leakdown, bore scoping, and main or crank bearing inspection). We also partner with experienced machine shops that can bore and hone the F2xC FRM cylinder walls to Honda OE specifications.

There are plenty of long time customers on the forums here that will vouch for us.

Check out the new web site- we have lots of projects and a few blog posts up, with more coming.

http://www.marcuccimotorsports.com

PM or contact us through the web site for more info or a quote. Hours by appointment.
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I'm glad to see you're still around and still doing business.

Got a quick way to unimmobilize and ecu? (00) with an 04 engine.
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Originally Posted by Wildncrazy View Post
I'm glad to see you're still around and still doing business.

Got a quick way to unimmobilize and ecu? (00) with an 04 engine.
Thanks! Good to see you are still alive.

On the immobilizer, do you not have one of the original keys to that immobilizer? If not then you may be out of luck, unless you have the VIN. If you have the VIN I can possibly get a key made for you through the dealer. I'd need the key for your doors as well. I'd have to check to be sure.

You can also run the 04 on the 01, but with the higher rev limit. Should start and run fine, stay out of the rev limit and you should be OK until you can get the key sorted out.
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That is awesome! You're closer to me now...

I've slacked on a valve adjustment/check as there hasn't been anyone close enough that I would trust.
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Is the shop still open? I sent you a message on your website about working on one of my other cars.
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