Krazy House Customs - New Vendor from NJ
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    Hello everyone, my name is Jonathan and I wanted to introduce our shop to the community.

    Krazy House Customs is a custom automotive shop specializing in performance work. We are located in South Brunswick, NJ. and work on cars from all different makes and years including Ford.

    We have 4 technicians and a full time fabrication expert on site. Our facilities include a Mustang AWD dyno, Hunter alignment rack, Hunter "No Touch" Tire Mounting and a Hunter Road Force Tire Balancing machine.

    We are well known in the Truck and Off-roading communities and are now offering our 20+ years of expertise to the Mustang community with the addition of our newest mechanic: Craig, formerly of JDM Engineering.

    Krazy House Customs is also proud to announce that we are one of the first SMS Authorized Superparts dealer and installer on the east coast and will be offering their parts at special prices for the Modular Fords community.

    Our services include supercharger installation (SMS, Whipple, Edelbrock, etc...), dyno tuning (in-house Mustang Dyno, Sniper, SCT, etc...), suspension upgrades, gears, wheels and tires, alignments, etc...

    We invite everyone to give us a call or stop by our shop!

    Here are some pictures of our shop and cars:

    Also check us out on and Facebook!


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    Very nice looking shop! Welcome!

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    Thanks for the compliments. We look forward to meeting a lot of the local community!

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    looking forward to meeting u all. Cant wait to start the assasinator prodject

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