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Mo's Speed Shop

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204 White Park Dr, Dallas, GA 30132

(770) 222-5015

Today: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tomorrow: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Located in White Industrial Business Park

Mo's Speed Shop INC

Mo's Speed Shop, LLC

Speed Shop, Moes

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Accessories, Automobile Parts & Supplies


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John R.



This is one of the shiftiest, most evasive tune shops I've ever encountered. Ochs doesn't come open up about dyno results; he just tells you to "trust" him with your car and your money. He claims a lot of experience so he should have a database of dyno sheets to share but he doesn't want to. He just says to send him money and he'll send a tune that's supposedly made specifically for my car, yet he's never seen it. He claims that he has so much experience that he doesn't need to dyno my car yet he won't share dyno sheets of similar vehicles.

Miguelle M.



I recently had 3.73 gears installed in my 2012 mustang at mo's. Marty, Val and Jeff run an exceptional shop. Very knowledgeable and friendly techs and the place looks like a museum full of amazing cars. My gears are dead silent and my car drives as good as the day I brought it in. I will be telling everyone about MO's. Trust these people. They will do it right and if anything goes wrong they will make it right.

Jena T.



BEWARE!!!! Stay away from this place. I took my 85 Camaro for dyno tune. power steering leak and fan sensor leak. drop it off on 10-23-2014. After about a week I went by to check on it, when I went in I notice it was on the lift and immediately I realized it was not level the front right was leaning. finally on 12-4-2014 I went to pick the car up Late, it was getting dark so really could not notice much. The next day I went out to my garage and notice the right front fender was bowed out past the door, further examination explained why the car was leaning on the lift. the mechanic had not put the lift arm in the right place and it caved in the bottom of the car causing it to rip the metal thus bowing out the fender. now as far as the rest of the work. no dyno tune, just carb adjustment. the power steering pump still leaking. My car was hard to start (awful) The Bill ! they charged me 150 dollars to change the fuel regulator, 10 min job. The fan sensor leak ? not sure yet But they charged me 45 dollars for maybe a 3" piece of Teflon tape. The work on the carb seems to good. 118 dollars to put spark plug wires on and another 48 for the wires. I could go on and on but the bottom line is, what a crappy job and on top of that total bill was $1561.00. I'll be filling suit for the damage.