I helped Remi to upgrade his 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS 6.2L (376ci). The modifications included:
• Upgrading the suspension and handling with BMR lowering springs
• Stainless Power performance headers and modify existing stainless exhaust
• SPEC clutch, pressure plate and flywheel
• Heavy duty slave cylinder & throwout bearing
• Hurst short throw shifter
He’s still happy with the results that completely transformed the driving experience of his car.
When I was in the Uk I helped Kornish Kustoms while they were working on a totally custom Baja Bug with the biggest available tyres in the UK. Most of the work involved prepping for paint but also all sorts of fabrication work.
I refurbished a set of BBS wheels for my cabriolet and Audi A6 for my bus. I also polished the center cap of the BBS wheels and the lips of the A6s. All done in an improvised spray booth 🙂
There was a small hole in the radiator of my Mk4 so I replaced it with a new one. The A-arm bushings were worn. I replaced them with the Audi TT version which makes the suspension just a little bit stiffer. Great upgrade.
I upgraded the brakes of my bus. I replaced all the hardlines and changed the softlines with braided items. The stock discs are swapped with cross-drilled discs. I’ve also completely overhauled the calipers with new parts.
During the years I’v had several wheels on my cars.
I lowered the suspension of my cabriolet with AP coilovers. Great kit!
I lowered my bus with a red9design EZ rider kit and replaced the front axle.