About SupremeSportsSupremeSports... Nothing's ImpossibleWe are offering our products and services on our Facebook page SupremeSports. Many likes will help us to continue growing and offering low-prices products to our customers.A little bit about us: We are brothers who were tired getting ripped off in garages, so started to do things by ourselves. Starting with oil change, wheel change like everyone, started to modify our cars and learning to do things by ourselves. 10 years later, we like what we do and continue to do it. Started to do some for friends; charging low costs simply to cover tools use and electricity (air compressor, lights, etc.). Calling parts from many manufacturers directly instead of getting them from local shops since they also charge high prices for parts (e.g.: an AEM EMS with a MSRP of $2000 retails for $4300 around here, many other parts like 4 pieces fiberglass body kit retails for $3000 to $6000 around here). They try to do a lot of money out of nothing and we think it's not acceptable to rip off clients like they do.We are now looking at opening a garage that could end up into a tuning shop since I REALLY want to shutdown the actual tuning shop here since they fraud the customers by charging very high prices and not giving such a good service; tuning cars very rich to make sure not blowing engines because they don't know what they do, always referring to client's wiring harness as soon as something stops working with an EMS instead of checking what they just did, charging 10 hours to clients when they actually took only 2. These things are not acceptable to us and we believe it should not be charged to clients.We take pride of our work, and we're proud of low-prices we are offering to clients. John:28 years-old. Studying Electric/Mechanic engineering in University, graduated technician in electronic repair and conception. Specialist in engine swap wiring harnesses, custom wiring harnesses and for all and every electronic or electric parts to be installed in a car. Good at esthetical modifications, perfectionist and won't stop until it's perfect. Will be getting a formation for dyno engine tuning soon. Ben:26 years-old. Graduated mechanics class B and graduated mason and first of class. Worked many years in scrap yards. Worked few years in a truck lifting garage. Specialist in suspension for 4x4, Jeeps and others. Specialist in wheels/tire selection for cars and for trucks.My brother and I: Picture to come!!!! Equipment:- Metal Lathe- Homemade Milling Machine from press drill- MIG welder- TIG welder to come- Torches- And many other basic garage toolsSkills:- CAD drawings (CNC cutting being done by a local shop)- MIG/TIG welding- Torch brazing (bronze, silver, aluminum)- Air ride suspension - installation/fabrication- Wiring harnesses - modification/fabrication- Engine swaps - installation/fabrication- Engine, manual transmission, differential rebuilds- Engine modifications and parts installation- Engine tuning to come- Fiberglassing parts and car interiors (audio enclosures/trims)- Esthetical modifications to engine bays, car interior and exterior- Remote starter and car alarm system - Installation/fabrication- Any electrical parts to be installed- Almost anything else related to carsList of swaps done: - 1JZ-GTE into a 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS (This actual ride) - F22B1 with H22 head, turbo upgraded into a 1998 HB Honda Civic (My Brother's Ride) - SRT-4 engine in a 1992 Dodge Neon (My cousin's ride) - Converted a carbureted automatic Jeep YJ 1987 to injection and manual transmission (Our sold black Jeep) - To come... V8 engine into a Toyota FJ Cruiser 2007 (My bro's new ride)- Supercharge on a F23 Honda Accord (site to come)List of upgrades done: - Honda Accord 1998 - H23 complete rebuild - And many other Civic 1990-2005Many years of work outside, no matter if it was 40°C in summer or -40°C in winter, we worked outside by evenings, week-ends and any other spare time we had. Now, we finally built s a garage by ourselves (summer 2010) and we really appreciate it. Note that the bricks have been done by my brother who is also a mason.