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

Go Pony vs Show Pony.

The automotive world is ever growing and evolving, guaranteed there are people who have spent their entire life devoted to the industry and still haven’t seen every hidden corner of it. You would be hard pressed trying to uncover every little subculture within a subculture, so many different ways to go about something, whether that

Improving the GTR’s Factory Bilstein Suspension.

[embedyt]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7M9cNl37I0&width=600&height=339&iv_load_policy=3[/embedyt]   After not being completely satisfied with the previous suspension setup, this customer brought their R35 GTR in to see if we could make it a little bit more track friendly without losing the OEM damper adjustability that the car comes with from factory.   Whilst a lot of people who drive a track

The LB☆PERFORMANCE Australia, BMW E92 M3 Pt.2.

Part Two of this video continues with a very special visit by Mr Liberty Walk himself. Straight from arriving at Sydney airport, Kato-san and his entourage drove straight over to our workshop to look over the LB Performance Australia M3. After a few words of advice, we showed him around our facilities and talked suspension

The LB☆PERFORMANCE Australia, BMW E92 M3 Pt.1.

The week leading up to MotorEx was absolute madness. We received the SUNUS Motorsports M3 fresh from JRacing, where the Liberty Walk kit was installed. Just as soon as the car arrived the parts started to arrive one after the other! Our technicians got to work. Installing the Air-Bag system and upgrading the brakes to

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