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<span style="color: #b11232; font-size:22">CIR Main Forum</span>CIR Main Forum<span style="co...911what local shop(s) have LN Engineering IMSB retrofit experience?what local shop(s) have LN Engineering IMSB retrofit experience?
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 10/8/2013 4:15 PM
 

Has anyone on this forum had the LN Engineering IMSB retrofit (ceramic bearings) installed on their 996 locally? I am looking for alternatives to Tom Wood Porsche to get a second opion and an estimate to perform the retrofit. I do not want to drive to Michigan or Ohio to one of the LN "prefered installers". If you have had the above intallation done locally, please share your experience and shop name + contact info.

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 12/4/2014 11:16 AM
 
I take my 911 and Ferrari 308 to Brian Stewart (Autocar Sports & Classics) on the west side of Indy. I've been in his shop when he was doing this type of work - I believe he said the cost for this work was around a couple of thousand dollars. Brian is very good about containing cost but getting the work done the way it should be. Highly recommend him.
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