• Vehicle Color Changing Wrap

    Using the market's leading brands, we offer paint-like color changes using non-damaging, fully removable vinyl wrap. Ranging from metallic and pearlescent gloss finishes to matte and chrome vinyl, there are hundreds of options to choose from! Coverages ranges from full exterior to complete vehicle color-change including interior doors and door jams.

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  • Paint Protection Film (PPF)

    The standardized 10-year warrantied paint protection film (PPF), also known as clear bra, ultimately protects vehicle paint from harmful road debris and environmental acid fallout. With self-healing and UV-resistant properties, paint protection film retains your vehicle's resale value from day-to-day wear-and-tear depreciation.

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  • Paint Correction & Ceramic Coating

    Industry-leading nano-technology, commonly known as ceramic coating, is used to mitigate damage from harmful UV light, as well common contaminants like tree sap, hard water stains, and bird droppings. We offer semi-permanent protective coatings that can be applied to vehicle paint, vinyl wraps, paint protection film, and even interior fabrics.

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Lowering Springs

Lowering springs are one of the most basic components of a suspension system. As the name suggests, they are meant to lower your vehicle from its original height. Your vehicle’s suspension might already have springs pre-installed in it. However, lowering springs will be a few inches less taller than the stock springs. Hence, when you install them on your shocks your car lowers.

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When you have coilovers installed you can also adjust the quality of your ride, which is not the case with lowering springs. Since they offer many benefits over lowering springs, they are usually the expensive suspension and shock enhancements. Coilovers are handy in different seasons. For example, if you lowered them in summers, you can readjust and raise their height again in winters to get clearance from snow on the roads.

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Air Suspension

In vehicles with a factory coilover suspension, part of this system is a steel coil spring that goes over the shock or strut. In an air suspension system, the coil is upgraded to an enclosed flexible rubber membrane, known as an air spring. These air springs can then be inflated and deflated at the touch of a button, allowing for instant adjustability to tune in the qualities mentioned above.

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