Earlier in the year I said I was gonna go out and shoot more features for the blog, so I dusted off the camera and hit my buddy Tixx from TEAMREV.NET up for a shoot. I specifically chose him for a shoot cause I knew his Acura TL had recently went through some nice changes and I wanted to get it featured here for you guys. The most significant change it went through is the new wheel setup. It’s now rocking some really aggressive Work VS-XX in 18×10 +12 and 18×11 +0 fitment, a much better look than his previous Enkei RPF1 setup.
I remember a couple weeks ago I was saying I’m gonna spend more time shooting this year, so there’ll be more exclusive material on the blog. So, that’s exactly what I did yesterday. This particular shoot consisted of a familiar LSB GC8, and an E85 guzzling Evo 9. Both cars have minor cosmetic damages, which you can’t tell, but I’m glad that didn’t stop them from coming out for the shoot. With that said, I’ll give you guys a little run down on the cars. You guys might recognize the LSB GC8 since I’ve shot this car a number of times, but just for the record, it’s rocking some uber rare Mature front and rear bumpers, Work Emotion CR-Kai, swapped EJ20 motor, and other JDM bits and pieces. The Evo 9 is sporting a full Ings +1 kit, custom wheels, and a fully-built, 450whp, E85 drinking power plant. So, that’s a basic run down on the cars, hope you guys enjoy the pics!
It’s been long overdue for me to go out and do an exclusive shoot, so I met up with a couple of good friends who happen to both own legit, and swapped Imprezas and we did a quick shoot. The Aspen White, Advan RG2 equipped GC8 is rockin’ a USDM EJ205 motor along with pretty much all STi components, including a ported VF34 turbocharger. The Work Emotion equipped Blue Ridge Pearl GC8 is slightly more modded with a similar EJ205 power plant, along with an ewg 18G turbocharger, and supporting modifications. However, as of this writing, the blue GC8 is being torn apart to make way for a new paint job and other modifications…..so stay tuned.
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