East Coast Customs
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Miscellaneous

If a part or upgrade is available for your GM vehicle, chances are we have used it, tested it, broken it, fixed it, and much more.

Other available upgrades from East Coast Customs include (but are not limited to):

  • performance gauges and clusters
  • interior dress up components
  • oil coolers
  • cooling system upgrades
  • battery relocations
  • warning systems and safe guards
  • and many more…

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Troy Tesolin said this about East Coast Customs...

"I own a holden statesman V8 series II sedan and have been taking it to a genuine holden dealership for its servicing for about 4 years now. Approx. 2 years ago...I picked my car up after a service and they, much to my utter disgust and dissapointment, altered the timing to increase its' so called performance. From the time I drove it out there car yard.....my machine was never the same againg....idling rough, stuttering, choking and was literally running like you were literally driving it over a cattle grid.. To this end, I took the car back on about 5 occasions and they continuously modified / changed the timing...but to no avail...the car was very sick !! I decided to take things into my own hands and came across this great business called ECC - at Northgate....I told the manager, Ryan the history of the car and the current status with respect to its performance and what it was doing....I gave him the service records and a folder of written information by myself that he found very useful. Today....my car literally runs like a V8 sewing machine....it is so very very very smooth and Ryan is the BEST operator that I have ever had the joy of dealing with....His personality, knowledge and desire to achieve the BEST outcome for his customer consumes him....and I for one, am just so grateful that I came cross ECC on the internet. Well done mate...you and your team really know your stuff !!!!! I am now using ECC for all my servicing in the future...."

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