Focus on Performance!

One of the hottest hatches on the market at the moment is the Ford Focus Mk3 RS. Even with the introduction of an AWD system, the RS leaves a lot to improve upon for the keen hot hatch enthusiast, ready to hit the track! Here at Heasman’s, we offer a range of performance upgrades, and

The Week That Was.

Last week we saw a great array of vehicles roll through our doors for installations and adjustments. From the off road Prado lift kit, to lowering Lamborghinis and Porsches, we saw it all last week. Below is a little re-cap of the week’s work. As always we will be individual features on the below projects in

C63 AMG Black Series, Track Setup.

Aesthetically speaking this C63 AMG Black Series is a car that exhibits styling from both ends of the spectrum. On one hand, it may be considered very aggressive due to the hints of carbon and giant mesh grille. On the other hand, the body lines and contours are subtle and sleek.   This car was

The Heasman Steering Mercedes CLK-55 AMG.

The boys in the Heasman Steering and Suspension workshop spend so much time on our customer’s cars that we barely have time to work on our own. We spend so much time treating every car that comes in like our own that sometimes we forget the ones in our own garages. Every now and then

The Monster Cobra.

There is a quote about challenge that says, ‘The greater the obstacle, the more glory in overcoming it.’ This is very true of this epic Shelby Cobra build. Nothing is impossible, it’s just that some things are harder to attain. However, nothing is too difficult for the team at Heasmans who took in this Shelby

The Week That Was.

For the past few weeks we’ve had this MONSTER Shelby Cobra in for a set of Bilstein Dampers. Even though we are absolutely bursting to share more on this beast, we don’t want to dwell too much on it just yet as we’ll be running a separate feature on the Cobra. For now a few pics

Heasman Steering x Bilstein : World Time Attack Challenge 2014.

    It’s 2am on Thursday morning. The Heasmans S14 was a midnight late addition to Tune House’s Dyno schedule. With Jim’s expert touch, the Heasman’s S14 produced maximum power (380kw) at the safest levels given it was a freshly built engine. Check out Heasmans Road to World Time Attack 2014 here.   We love

Testing the WTAC S14 at Wakefield

With WORLD TIME ATTACK CHALLENGE fast approaching and only a few sleeps left; yesterday we finally got out to Wakefield Park Raceway for some private testing of our Heasman Steering Nissan S14 Silvia.   Previously in earlier stages of testing we have had some bad luck with an engine failure after a valve train mishap.