I'm not sure, it was done by Foreign Auto. They only told me they had a method to do it, but I'm sure you can call and ask to avoid me missing something. They said they get a lot of calls from around North America on it. IMO they are legit, with many many exotics being serviced by them regularly along with the BMW's Audi's Mercedes etcYou had your thrust bearing replaced? How did the shop do that? I would figure the crank shaft would have to come out for that.
A lot of folks have had it done by them from what I read in the local Facebook / forums. A few go back to get things measured to make sure it hasn't budged and so far the fix has been good. One guy had his crank go before the fix, hence why they are putting the time to find the solution into it. The only thing is they don't have a fix-it-all solution since there are measurements required to be sent to the machine shop that need to be perfect. That's all I can remember from asking them about it.