Mercedes Vito, Installation of Eibach Lowering Springs & Steering Rack Reconditioning

Mercedes Vito in our workshop for installation of Eibach lowering springs and reconditioning of steering rack. More details pictures of the installation to come – keep following!

Detailed view of aftermarket wheels on Mercedes Vito, to be removed for installation of front and rear Eibach suspension lowering springs.

Mercedes C220 CDI, Front and Rear Brakes Replacement plus A Full Comprehensive Service

Mercedes C220 CDI in our RamSpeed workshop for replacement of front and rear brakes pads & rotors plus a complete comprehensive service. We sourced and used only genuine or factory recommend parts. At RamSpeed we perform logbook and brake serving on European vehicles like Mercedes Benz, Audi, Volkswagen, BMW, Alfa Romeo, etc. on a regular basis.

Detailed view of the Mercedes C220 CDI’s engine bay getting all liquid levels checked and topped up as required. A complete system ECU diagnostics is to be performed to reset service and brake warning light plus clear any error codes, if any.

Mercedes C220 CDI with new front and rear brake pads and rotors installed.

Mercedes C200 Kompressor, Installation of Carlsson Pulley Set & Carlsson Badge

Mercedes C200 Kompressor in our RamSpeed workshop for installation of Carlsson pulley set, including crank and water pump pulley. Rear badges are to be removed and a new Carlsson badge is to be installed.

Detailed view of the AMG wheels on the Mercedes C200 Kompressor, wheels to be removed and brake hubs to be custom painted.

Mercedes C200 Kompressor’s engine bay, getting ready for installation of new Carlsson water pump pulley.

Original pulley removed from the Mercedes C200 Kompressor.

Detailed view of the new Carlsson water pump pulley and crank installed on the Mercedes C200 Kompressor.

Rear view of Mercedes C200 Kompressor getting for brake disc hubs to be custom painted.

New Carlsson badge to be installed on the Mercedes C200 Kompressor.

Rear view of the Mercedes C200 Kompressor with original “C200” and “Kompressor” badges removed and new Carlsson badge installed.