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Hi all,

I've been looking for a company to do a geometry session on my FN2 CTR. Found a company in the Midlands called Center Gravity who seem to have a good rep on pistonheads but couldn't find anything about them on here.

Got quoted roughly £450 ( excluding the cost of Eibach camber bolts and arms ).

Does anyone on here have any experience with these guys and does the quote seem reasonable?
 

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I had my S2000 setup there a couple of times. They’re absolutely brilliant. For Geometry setups arguably the best of the best.

They specialise in Porsche’s.

Honestly, you couldn’t be in better hands.

My trips involved a before drive, full setup and after drive. They involve you every part of the setup.

 

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Awesome, that certainly matches up with what I read on pistonheads! I'll get it booked in now and post a quick review of the before and after once its done. Thanks aL_G
 

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Awesome, that certainly matches up with what I read on pistonheads! I'll get it booked in now and post a quick review of the before and after once its done. Thanks aL_G
No problem.

It’ll be worth it just for the experience/day out.

Brilliant guys. Solid 10/10.
 

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Center Gravity ;) they dont like 'of' addition.
Used 'em a few times. once or twice on my s2k, and again on my FK2R.

You pay for a bespoke service and in very good hands - they know their onions and thats what your paying for.
the alignment itself - as long as the guy doing the work can read numbers off a screen, then it doesnt really matter where you go as long as you trust their work.

this isnt anything against CG either.... as the issue is the FK2R. There is no adjustment on the rear since it's beam axle so i've essentially paid their going rate for camber & toe adjustment only. s2k had full adjustment from factory so on a per-adjustment cost viewpoint, it's hard to recommend them as you wont get the full benefit of their services.
I could've gone to a local 4wheel alignment place, told 'em i want -1.5 to -2 camber up front, a touch of toe from factory figures to help with turn in and ended up at maybe 1/3rd of the price of CG.
 
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