Me, too. Got it successfully loaded on the trailer yesterday for its trip to OR, where the race shop is located (Portland area).Oh hell yes, I cannot wait to see the results!
So I was looking for an authorized SPL dealer within the PNW to perform the install work, and AR Motorsports just outside Portland popped up in my search. While I was contemplating a couple of shops closer to Seattle, the owner of AR Motorsports reached out with an email stating their estimate would also include complimentary pickup and delivery of my Q with an enclosed trailer during the period of the Stay-At-Home orders for OR (& WA, too).What does it cost to have your car transported to Portland from Seattle? Just curious. Who are you using?
Yup, and from their FB page, you can see they work on a variety of platforms, including a '95 Toyota Hiace!?, whaatt....:Wow...now that's service.
Yes, me, too. You could say I'm rolling the dice here with about $5k in suspension upgrades, especially since the community has relatively no experience with these "Active" RS-R C/O P/Ns, and relatively few have invested in the SPL suspension bits. The short-sightedness of Infiniti engineers making it painful to access the rear perches in the Q60 forced me into making a decision of "do it right, or don't do it at all". That's why I waited to perform this upgrade - if KW had come through with their DDC C/Os, I may have gone in that direction, but RS-R got my vote once these C/Os hit the market.I'll be very curious as to how your car turns out.