This Rio Yellow S2k has got all the right things going for it. The stance and fitment is just spot on! You might argue that it’s not ‘functional’, but some people prefer form over function. And this S2k takes form to a whole new level.
The following car in this post needs no introduction. If you have been in the’scene’ the past few years, then chances are you’ve seen Bakajin’s wicked STi. This WRB STi has got the best of the best, I’m talkin’ baller JDM parts as far as the eye can see. Its got a set of custom polished Volk Racing TE37, upgraded Brembo brake kit, ultra rare Do-Luck carbon spoiler and trunk, Powerhouse Amuse titanium exhaust, fully caged interior, extensive engine modifications and many, many more! If you need to know what a truly well built car is like, look no further.
The popularity of Subarus have sky-rocketed in recent years, especially the its Impreza model, most notably the WRX and STi. With its distinctive turbo-charged engine, all-wheel drive, and aggressive looks, it’s hard not to see why it’s so popular. But with popularity comes abundant aftermarket support, and with abundant aftermarket support comes knock-off parts. It is with great regret that I’m writing this but the Subaru community has seen a tremendous increase in its support for knock-off parts. And then there are those few who ‘keeps it real‘, like these 2 unmistakably superb Subarus below.
Have you ever seen a car that makes you think, “wow, it can’t get any better than this”. Well, I’ve seen it in this Integra Type R below. It’s rocking a host of JDM parts as far as the eye can see, most notably, the staggered set of white Volk Racing TE37s. As an enthusiast for all makes and models, I can safe to say that this is the perfect Honda.
The Mazda Miata has always been viewed as the little man, or underdog against practically any car out there. But when you add some significant power to it, things change. This NA6 below is a prime example of a potent Miata. It’s equipped with an aftermarket supercharger to boost its power substantially, suspension set up for track duties and it’s one of the cleanest Miata’s that I’ve seen lately. Also, those polished Work VSKFs sets the car off nicely.
Keeping things clean and simple is sometimes the better, if not best way to mod a car. I’ve said this many times on this blog, and this 350Z below is a nice example of simplicity at its finest. Rocking a set of Work wheels along with a Nismo front end and Ings +1 aero, this 350Z takes ‘clean’ to a whole new level.