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Just bought a MS6 and am wondering if there are any shops in Vancouver that would do some suspension upgrades?
 

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Hmm...I'm not sure if there are any that are specifically Mazda-oriented.

You can expect quality suspension upgrades from most garages, which you'll usually find a high concentration of around the local automalls (i.e. Richmond, Coquitlam, North Shore).

You can also goto Budget B&M, they provide pretty good service at a reasonably low price.

Some notable ones:

Tuning Spirit Innovative Auto Services Inc.
102-8077 Alexandra Rd.
Richmond, B.C.
Canada V6X 1C3
Mon. - Fri. 11am - 9pm
Sat. 11am - 7pm
Sun. by appointment only
Tel: 604.247.0232
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.tuningspirit.net


AJ Racing
#11-12840 Bathgate Way
Richmond, BC, Canada
V6V 1Z4
Tel: (604) 279-0329
Fax: (604) 279-0839
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.aj-racing.com


AutoFX Import Tuning Garage
2808 Rock Bay Ave.
Victoria, BC, Canada
V8T 4S1
Tel: (250) 386-1104
Fax: (250) 386-5510
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://drive.to/autofx


GarageFive
#3-11600 Bridgeport Road
Richmond, BC, Canada
V6X 1T2
Tel: (604) 278-4339
Fax: (604) 278-4605
Website: http://www.garagefive.net


N-MotionAuto.net (Vancouver)
#113-2323 Boundary Road
Vancouver, BC
Canada V5M 4V8
Tel: 604 419 8808
Fax: 604 629 0624
Website: http://www.n-motionauto.net
 

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Over in Mazda3 land, we have a local (Richmond) mechanic that can do quality work, cheap.

He works out of a home garage, but is equipped to do a lot of work.

He has installed springs for probably 20+ members of the BCMazda3.com forums and has also installed a few sets of coilovers. Of course he can install most everything else too.

PM me for information if you are interested.
 

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Lowering springs is a relatively easy DIY so most shops should be able to do them without a problem, pretty much.
 

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Springs are an easy DIY, but it's also one of the more dangerous ones if you don't have the tools to compress the spring properly though.
 

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My friend told me about some guy installing springs but didn't compress it properly and it shot off and went through a wall, haha. My friend wasn't sure if that was just a rumor or not.
 

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I meant it more as a DIY warning. Shops should have the proper equipment if they are to do it.
 
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