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I am doing my rear toe links in the next few days and am trying to find a place to get a good alignment after I am done. I would have just gone to soul speed but now that they are closed I am at a loss. I am in round rock so north is better than south. Any suggestions?

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Wish I could help more, though I think there's at least a few of us in the Austin area who need to locate a specialist for one thing or another.

Other than the John Eagle dealership, I know of no others yet.

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Yea John Eagle was a lot more than i want to spend for a alignment. I need to call boost logic and cobb tunning to see if they can do it properly. I also forgot about laivins race cars, just sent them an email asking about an alignment

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I have been using Speedy Align on Oltorf just east of south Congress...Jerry or Garry cant remember (older hippie with ponytail) is quite familiar with lotus cars and does a great job. Kind of a funky older shop but they have always taken great care of my car and dont charge like its something Exotic.
 

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I have not had to take my elise to be aligned yet, but I've had good luck with speedy align at oltorf and congress in the past. They installed aftermarket adjustable camber plates on my 240sx and adjusted the camber as I requested and only charged me for about 50 bucks to do it. The shop is old and dirty - not swanky like John Eagle, but they are knowledgable and reliable.
 

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Do the alignment yourself. There is a thread here that goes over how to do the alignment. If you can install the toe link brace you can do the alignment.

I did mine about a month ago. Then took it in to have it done along with the front track rod ends. The result my left rear was dead nuts on and the passenger was .05 Degrees out. So in the end, I'll be doing my own alignments.
 
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