In todays age we are all so quick to shout about the bad things so i just though i might break with tradition and talk about the good.
Asking for help on my evil handling mapped GT (cheers Gus
) a couple of weeks ago i was advised that a Q2 diff should be at the top of my things to do list (cheers guys
Having shopped about a bit (and being fortunate enough to be working in the midlands for a very understanding boss) i booked it in to Autolusso for a Quaife but upon arrival and having been given the opportunity to have a good "guided tour" look over it, it soon became apparent that it needed a little bit more than just a diff.
My cap is therefore duly doffed to Ned and his boys who worked tirelessly (without breaks) in order to make everything good again (or should that be better than Mr Alfa intended), at a very fair price and at a pace that allowed me to at least get back to work to show my face.
Whilst there, I was more than looked after (sorry if i was a burden but there is only so much you can eat at the local watering hole), was treated to a tour of their facilities (which i would describe as second to none) and was very much struck by the team work, morale and "can do" attitude of all the employees (including my washed car and cups of tea/coffee).
As for my GT, what a difference a Quaife makes (god im singing it in my head now) and it also stops and breathes better.
As for Autolusso, i cannot reccommend Ned and his team highly enough
but i must advise all who visit that if you are offered a can of pop, do not....... i repeat do not...... choose the lilt cherry