Lotus Elan

experience with RS Motorsports in Closter, NJ; shock#spring

PostPost by: "scarthi" » Mon May 09, 2005 11:19 am

when i lived in mahwah n.j. i used rs.
i just whished they were near me down in south eastern north carolina where
i live now. 11 hrs is to much to drive a 41+ year old lotus for servicing
or to be worked on.
do not get upset by how clean there shop is. they are the best i found in
the north east. if you are going to go there make sure you get good
directions.
give my regards to ralph
gerry curtin s1 (red)
#229
ps where do you live.

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Subject: [LotusElan.net] experience with RS Motorsports in Closter, NJ;
shock#spring ques


Hi all,
I am considered having the shocks and springs replaced on my Lotus
Elan. Havent yet decided between Dave Bean AVO shocks with shorter
100+lbs sq inch spring setup or the original softer setup that my car
came with.

Im not sure how big of a job this is. Is it a do it yourself kind of
job or one best left to a pro. If its the latter, then was wondering if
anyone has experience with RS Motorsports working on their car. They
seem to be the closest to me. How much would a job like this cost?

Thanks in advance

best

Frank

69 Elan S4 DHC
and some other vintage vehicles








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