A common misconception is that all auto mechanics and technicians are required to complete the same training programs. This is simply not true! For specialized or high-end cars, mechanics are required to complete specific training programs that are often longer and more challenging. Becoming a Mercedes-Benz Certified Mechanic is particularly demanding; completing the training programs
We recently had the opportunity to upgrade a beautiful Designo Magno Polar Silver Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG to our HG Performance Stage 1 spec. This includes an ECU tune along with out performance air intake.
The Porsche 991 GT3 RS comes close to being track-ready out of the box. We take the car further by upgrading the car with what it’s missing to properly tackle any track day.
Here is an Audi R8 V10 that we just installed upgraded brakes and suspension on. The brakes are by Brembo Racing and the suspension is by Performance Shock Inc – Raceline coilovers that use Ohlins TTX dampers.
The revolution in performance and racing car wheels is carbon fiber. There’s a point where alloy can only go so lightweight. We’re taking a look at the Carbon Revolution CR-9 carbon fiber wheels for the ultimate in performance.
HG Performance Performance products were recently featured on Option Fans Magazine from Hong Kong. The story made the cover as well a 13-page feature by our partners Silkmonde Ltd.
The first Cars and Coffee La Jolla is the re-ignition of the event. The car shotwand meet was a smashing success thanks to everyone involved. A big part of the success was thanks to the venue, The LOT La Jolla.
When you take into account that the Porsche 991 GT3 RS is a super car through and thorough you know that the HRE Wheels P101 will fit perfectly in the mix.
The Porsche 991 GT3 RS is only complete with a roll bar. We just wrapped up the project of installing a BBI Autosport GT3 roll bar in a Battleship Grey Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991). Now the car is complete.
The TECHART Porsche Noselift kit for the Porsche 911 GT3 is a front axle lift system that raises the front of the car roughly 2 and a half inches on the fly, to allow clearance of speed bumps and steep driveways.