Are there any good ford performance/tuning shops in NC? I'd like to have some at the very least some tuning done to my 2018 and at the most a supercharger installed... hoping there is some reputable shops in the state. Any suggestions?
Dang I just welcomed you to the forum and sounds like you just got a GT350R. Are you already ready to tune it and mess with it? This is just my opinion, but enjoy the car for what it is for a bit. I owned a 2013 Boss 302 and it is an amazing car as well. Because of owning that I had many dealers in the past 6 moths invite me to test drive GT350's. So I have driven the GT350 and it is just amazing, sounds amazing, and drives amazing. I bet the GT350R is even better. I have and am kinda still am considering buying a GT350. Used prices are what I would be able to justify, but I can't convince myself to buy used and NEW prices are hard to justify as that is getting into Porsche territory. So I keep saying if I am spending that much on a car it is going to be a Porsche! haha
So a little about you. What part of NC? (I am in NC as well.) Owned performance cars before? What about Mustangs? I ask these questions so I can better provide advice.
Good local shops based on forum recommendations and local reviews from car people I have talked to. I haven't used them though as my friends and I tend to do all the mods at our houses. haha
Fastlane Motorsports in the Raleigh area
1. Pro Dyno in the Charlotte area
2. National Speed in the Wilmington area (Had a college friend work here and I know they do crazy builds and tuning.)
3. Pettys Garage (While I am not sure of them just yet I know they are turning out some nasty Mustangs with their Ford official contract. They are kinda like Roush, Saleen, and the like taking normal Mustangs and adding their styling and performance to them then branding them and selling them through Ford/Dealers. I have been to their shop and toured it and know some of them and they are all super nice, but I am just not sure of it all just yet. If I were going to do something big I would def consider them, but their price would have to be better than Pro Dyno (who I think would be my first choice) in order for me to really consider.)
As far as performance oriented dealers I will be glad to provide info if I have one in your area. Yes some dealers are better than others for modded cars and when warranties come into the same area of play.
Another thought is if you are ever going to resale it modding it will KILL the value! Just a thought...
Past Mustangs in order and color of text.
(1.)2000, (2.)2004, (3.)2006GT/Auto traded for (4.)2006GT/Manual, (5.)1996, (6.)2011GT, (7.)2003GT, (8.)2006GT, (9.)
2013 Boss 302, and (10.) 2002GT (I have owned a few non Mustang cars over the years as well, but always try to have a Mustang with it or come quickly back to a Mustang!)