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|01-22-2011, 03:57 PM||#1|
Drives: 2010 Camaro LS v6 (silver)
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Palm Beach Gardens, FL
LASHWAY MOTORSPORTS, INC. A+++
This is easily the BEST all-around custom shop I have ever been too! They do anything and everything. Got an innovative idea but don't know how to execute? Erik and Josh will get it done!
My experience: after installing a set of lowering springs on my own, I end up in a situation where the springs are hitting the rear sway bar. Initially I thought the sway bar needed to be move, turns out the springs pop out of the perch causing the spring to hit the sway bar. After going back and forth with the stealership first, they couldn't resolve the issue. I then contacted the manufacturer (which I will name later after the problem is resolved, they have been extremely helpful thus far!) and they put me in touch with Lashway Motorsports!
That takes me today! After calling Erik on Friday, he had heard of my story, he graciously opened up the shop today, a Saturday!!! That's just who
they are! They pride themselves on customer service. Doesn't matter the time or day, they are there for the customer! As Erik explained to me, your stuck
at the track needing a part, or broken down at 2 in the morning, they'll be
there to help!
I can honestly say I have never gone to a shop, or any business with this
I met Erik at the shop, in Pompano Beach this morning at 11. Once I got
there he gave me a tour of the shop, they've got 4 lifts, all filled with cars.
They've got a sick shop car, 4th generation camaro they are building to break
a world record with about 1000 horsepower. They're working on a 2008
Pontiac G8, it'll have over 600 horses when finished. And a few more great
custom projects. They also have a room where they assemble engines.
Best of all they will soon have a dyno in place at their shop!!
Even though we were not able to solve the problem with the springs, Erik
offered up a couple of different ideas to fix it. We both decided in the end to
wait to see if the manufacturer would make the situation right!
I can not emphasis enough, how great this shop really is. They made me
feel so comfortable when I got there and I knew I was in a place that would
take care of me.
If you live in Florida, please give these guys a chance! You will not be
Here's their contact information:
Lashway Motorsports, Inc
1910 NW 18th Street
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
|01-23-2011, 02:47 PM||#3|
Drives: 2011 2SS RS
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Bradenton, FL
I recently bought a Vararam from them. What I did like was their email to me asking how everything went a week later and to see if I was satisfied with their service and the product.
Two thumbs up for them.
2011 2SS RS - Hypertech Tuned, Vararam
|10-21-2011, 03:03 PM||#4|
Drives: 2SS/RS black/black
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL
'Had them do my cam swap and tune. Erik, Josh, and Ollie are a great bunch of guys that won't BS you or rip you off. 'Told them what I was looking for and they spec'd a cam that met my needs & desires--great, lopey sound (sounds like a much more aggressive cam than it is!) with good powerband and driveability. They paid very good attention to detail, making sure piston-to-valve clearance was good--good thing they did, because it was a bit too tight, at first, so they ordered a timinig gear to dial it back enough to be safe. 'Car makes great power and sounds sick (in a good way). They've also been very helpful with tweaking the tune afterwards if I find anything that can be improved on. I highly recommend this shop!
2010 2SS/RS M6 "Black Ace" - Delivered 6/4/2009
Mods: Maggie TVS 2300 SC, Spinmonster cam (230/234, .613/.598, 114+1) installed & dyno tuned by Lashway Motorsports, Richmond 4.10 gears (RIP), CAI Inc. intake w/ ADM scoop, XS Power full exhaust (1 7/8" LT headers with 3" off-road pipes), VMAX CNC-ported TB, LSR adjustable sway bars, LPE rear end-links, BMR 1" drop, BMR polyurethane differential & cradle bushings; UMI trailing arms & toe rods. 568 rwhp/493 rwtq (conservative mustang dyno, 5.5 psi).