Hey @neville-park The shop at @bluemountain had shock service dialled but the key guys don’t start for a few weeks. Solutions was also a go-to but think they farm it out these days unless its a basic service. Some of that comes down to having all the part in stock. I just sold my spare 200x57mm shock or I would have loaned it to you. To your point, you need a spare as turnaround for good service is a week at best. If you’re racing, its a must i think.
Maybe look at a less expensive coil option so you have that as a backup and also to race on days you need that extra bit of grip?
If you’re f#$% for the Fortune race let me know and I’ll see what I can do. Maybe I should drive down with you and race it???
I’m almost positive you won’t find a shop that does full rear shocm service on those shocks in the GTA. It requires some pretty specialized tooling, including a nitrogen gas system. You’ll almost surely have to have it sent away.