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The EDGE Warranty

4 Year, 50,000 Mile
Included on Parts and Service

  • Suspension and chassis
  • Engine and cooling systems
  • Transmission and driveline
  • Electronics

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As a new EDGE Motorworks guest, we know we need to earn your trust and loyalty. What better way than to thoroughly inspect your car and deliver a report that covers its overall condition?

Reviews

I brought my Alfa Romeo to the shop to have a set of ST sport springs installed. The cars ride and handling is better than ever, these guys know suspensions and how to set a car up. The car was ready when promised, even though a new set of tires was added to the order. Highly recommend.
Eric Adkisson
5
Great work, good communication and fast turn around.
Kevin Tom
5
Thank you Kevin!
Great communication, fast turn around and thorough work on my Z4M rod bearing job. You might be able to find lower quotes (I don't know because I didn't look for lower prices) but this is the type of work where you don't want to find the lowest bidder. You get what you pay for and knowing that the jobs was done correctly was the most important factor for me. Edge has a solid (and well deserved...
Kevin Tom
5
As always, great service from knowledgable people. I have a 2014 BMW (F-30) 3-series sedan and they know it just as well as anyone's race car. They do well with their customers.
Anita Arguello
5
Anthony and the team did a great job documenting all finding and keeping me up to date on the process with relevant photos and details. Angelo knows his BMWs! Great attention to detail and communication. Thank you very much!
George Kibilov
5

Subaru’s are, in general, pretty robust cars. They make good power, are easily upgradeable, work well at the track at at autocrosses and can haul your family around in safety. Like most cars, they do have some common issues to watch out for. Here are some of the highlights:

  1. Subaru Head Gasket Oil leak | EDGE Motorworks Non turbo SOHC 2.5L 4-cylinder head gaskets came from the factory with a single layer steel HG with a coating that deteriorates over time. This causes external oil and coolant leaks. Every last SOHC 2.5 we have seen has this issue, even the brand new ones.

  2. Burned Subaru Valve | EDGE Motorworks Misfires on the turbo 2.5L EJ255/257. Symptoms can range from vacuum/boost leaks, cracked ringland on the pistons or even tight exhaust valve clearances. Ignoring the misfire which 9 times out of 10 is a tight valve can lead to burnt valves and much bigger problems/more expensive. The tight valve clearance develops over time due to many heat cycles. The valve stems grow and shrink the gap between the cam and cam followers. You want to catch this issue early!

  3. Subaru Cracked Radiator | EDGE Motorworks Cracked radiators just like BMW’s. The cracks on the plastic endtanks and visible coolant is present. Usually occurs after or around the time the timing belt needs changing (105k service). We suggest changing the radiator and hoses at the same time to alleviate the head aches of a leaky/failed radiator after the 105k was just performed. This happens on both Turbo and non-turbo Subies. It should also be noted at all coolant services on a Subaru MUST include a bottle of the factory Blue additive.

  4. Subaru Bad Wheel Bearing | EDGE Motorworks Wheel bearings. Very common issue usually occurring around 80k. Symptoms are Humming, grinding, or thumping when the bad wheel bearing is being loaded.

  5. Subaru Cracked Piston Ring | EDGE Motorworks Oil consumption. Common with the 2.5L Turbo motors, it can be caused by cracked piston ring lands due to Subaru using weak Cast pistons. Symptoms are down on power, smoking under acceleration, oil consumption, excessive blow-by. Failure to notice the symptoms can lead to catastrophic engine failure. I.E. spun rod bearings, seized cams, and turbo failure.

  6. Subaru Spun Rod Bearing | EDGE Motorworks Spun rod bearings. All Subaru 4-cylinder engines are susceptible to this. Symptoms are metallic knocking noises coming from the engine during cold start, or if the bearing is destroyed enough, the knock can be audible when warm. Failure to check and maintain oil level can lead to rod bearing failure.