Any fast and furious, drift or real life car enthusiast can appreciate the 9th volume of the Ken Block Gymkhana series. The industrial areas are where you usually find the street races in your local town but In this Industrial setting you find Ken Block, tire smoke and skid marks. Continue reading [GYMKHANANINE]
Although there is an unspoken disagreement between bagged and static owners one thing they can agree on is being slammed. Aired out completely whether while driving or hard parked the lowering capabilities of air bags could make any static owner smile. Continue reading Bagged SI-VIC
Stanced and flawlessly coated in red this G35 is what time and dedication look like in achieving the perfect stance. Lowered with the well-known D2 suspension this G35 is already slammed without maxing out the lowering capabilities and still has a few more coil spins to go. Continue reading The Perfect Stance
As every year the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) maximized the show room areas with a wide range of vehicles from early history, vintage and film debuted vehicles all the way up to present, upcoming and futuristic concepts. Continue reading The New York International Auto Show 2016
Although being aware of the events popularity my first time attending the NYC auto show was summer 2015. The enthusiasts I’ve known to attend previously spent their day spectating new, vintage, luxury and concept vehicles at the show returning home with cell phone photo albums full of pictures and sometimes disposable souvenirs. Continue reading The NYC Auto Show 2015
For years, personally the familiar Mazda’s were the RX-7, RX-8, Mazda3, Mazda 5 and protégé. In 2013 I seen my first roadster Mazda NA Miata. This NA was slammed to the floor with wide wheels mounted, negative camber and a hard top for the coupe. Continue reading 92-2000 Civic’s, Nissan’s, Toyota’s…. and Mazda’s??
Years ago when I first embraced the automotive community with my 95 civic sedan I was introduced to CCW wheels (Complete custom wheels). At the time me and a few comrads only seen them on a red EJ Honda civic coupe from California on google or Honda-tech.com. The glossy, big lipped, creative designed wheel sparked desire only to find out rumors that the wheels cost 5 grand. At the time we were the only three people I’ve ever heard of speaking of or mentioning the wheel amongst one another. Far out of our financial grasp and with the friendship/ or communication at a distance the current hottest thing we raved upon was now forgotten up until 2013.
Many generations of Nissan have been produced with sports car features or capability of being modified from the appearance to the performance. The 240 SX produced in the 90’s is a two door coupe with a rear wheel drive design Double over head cam engine assembly. Continue reading The 240 SX
New Hondas. Old Hondas. Untimely modifications. Some time ago I went with a friend of mine to the All Series Performance meet in Brentwood, NY at the shops location. We’ve went to these events once or twice but this is the first time I was able to catch footage first hand. Continue reading All Series Performance Meet
There used to be measurement of how low you were. The visual of how much gap you had between the tire and fender opposed to stock ride height and if you tucked tire just a little you were officially low! Car enthusiasts used to and still do approve vehicles based on tire tuck and fender gap but now the heights are taken to new lows