Iconic Garage of Virginia will now be conducting business through Revtech Performance! Our plan is to build and grow together to become the last word in performance & modification in Northern Virginia.
1/28/2019 - So, here's the deal: my name is Andrew Goodnight and Im planning on building a new shop for the Northern Virginia area. I want to build a new kind of shop that is more transparent and easier to deal with. I want to create a better repair experience by using modern technology.
Currently, we plan to use Ipads and other modern tech so we can easily send updates to our customers. Facetime, emails and pics instantly available to us and you. We will be able to show you whats going on with your sports car without having to come by.
Right now, we are operating out of another shop while we complete our business plan and move into a new facility. Got ideas or want to help? Send us a note. Any ideas or info will help us build a better shop.
1/29/2019 - Club membership and clubhouse. The plan is to build a pub-style clubhouse so club members have a place to hang out and participate in automotive events, both in and out of the shop. We are also working with a local brewery!
So here it is, my personal E34 540i with a 6 speed manual. The plan is to get it fully serviced (which is mostly done) and safely modified for the track. It currently has 25mm front & 19mm rear sway bars with Powerflex "black" mounts. I rebuilt the rear calipers and installed E34 m5 front calipers. All complimented with new EBC "yellow" brake pads, new rotors, solid caliper mount bushings and stainless steel lines.
Next is to get rid of the worn out shocks/springs and get Ground Control coil-overs installed. I installed the Turner Motorsports front mono-ball control arm kit upfront for all 4 control arms. Just going to need some adjustable sway bar end links for a proper corner balance.
Going to source an E32 750il 3.15 LSD to swap in. That should help the acceleration (current diff is 2.93) and aid in cornering with the LSD.