Originally Posted by yetogetanrs2
I've always been a big believer in, How can you take pride in driving your car if you can't even work on it. BUT!
I've changed my opinions much since then. There are many great drivers from Rally's Collin McRae, Nascar's Dale Earhardt, to F1's Michael Schumacher that love driving, and leaving the mechanical aspects to their team. I am sure at one point in time they started just like us, but in the end. There are many levels of enthusiasts, and just because you might not be mechanically inclined doesn't mean you can't enjoy your car and take it to the shop and have them deal with it. That being said. I have heard many thing's Good and Bad about S&R Performance, and as I like to say. To Each his own.
Not to mention that most of us, Don't really have time to go and rip our cars apart for a weekend because of other obligations such as work, family, etc...
-Srry for the rant.
I agree with you, in fact we just had the clutch word done on our LGT because I broke the CV axle and decided I didn't want to deal with it. That and the trans was fused to the block and I don't have the tools (man strength + trans jack) to get the job done. Luckily we are fortunate enough to have more than one car to drive (5) if I take another one off the road. But I've also been sitting on a project for over a year that I now need to tote to Tampa. I was more curious as to why someone would give negative feedback about a shop without giving any reason why or promoting another with no justification. But I've also been a believer in the community helping eachother out if someone wants to do the work themselves. I hosted an install day at my house and we have 20+ cars show up.
Here are a couple pics:
This is what I like to do. I love hosting I provide the beer everyone else brings snacks/parts and people get their hands dirty.
But to get back on topic... @Lutz what services do you guys provide exactly?