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MoMo Visits Garage G-Force

After an exciting day at Tsukuba Circuit, I decided to explore Tokyo a bit the next day and start my car shop hopping journey that following Monday. As Monday approached, I had to make sure that I was strict on my schedule because I was traveling strictly by public transportation, and I wanted to ensure that I get to the shops before their closing time. For my first stop, I decided on Garage G-Force. As many of you know, Garage G-Force is synonymous with Mitsubishis, especially the Evos, and since they’ve been hitting it big in time attack, I knew I had to pay them a visit.

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A train ride to Yokohama Station and then a short bus ride later, I was here. This was actually one of the more easily accessible shops on my list, so that was a big plus.

Outside the shop, as you’d expect was nothing but Evos.

Powerhouse Amuse R1 Titan on an Evo X right outside the shop. You know that’s $$$$$$.

And as you move inside the shop…

It felt like Christmas came early…..

Further inside, I spotted a gorgeous Evo 7 and a special something perched on the lift…

The most sexiest S15 you will ever see. If it looks familiar to you…..

Yes, it’s this same Vertex Edge S15 as seen on Yokohama/Advan Wheels ads. Or otherwise known as, Nobuteru Taniguchi’s S15.

I ended up staying for just 30 minutes or so because they were busy dynoing a VI in the back and there was a pretty big language barrier between me and the guys at the shop. Non spoke English!!! But regardless, I was glad I made it out here, and I can’t wait to share my next stop with you guys. Until then…..


Cyber Spec

The next few days is going to consist of going all the photos I snapped from this past weekend, from the exotics at Cars & Coffee, to the modified imports of Wekfest SJ, so please bare with me as I slowly post up those coverage. In the meantime though, I spotted this gorgeous Voltex’d Evolution from C&C that is deserving of its own post. This car is special compared to other Voltex Evos out there because this beast utilizes Cyber edition pieces that are rarer, wider, and overall more aggressive than the tamed street version. Definitely my cup of tea!

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I’m loving this paint work in contrast to the F-Zero Blue TE37s which looks absolutely stunning.

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Cyber edition front end is as aggressive as it gets.

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This car is literally Voltex’d all around, and I ain’t mad at that!

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I actually like this rear setup a lot better than the conventional setup as the JDM rear on this Evo is cut to expose the exhaust and differential area; makes for a more aggressive look in my opinion.

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Cutting the rear end reveals the beautiful Trust full titanium exhaust system.

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Caught a couple more shots as it was leaving, this was most definitely my favorite import at C&C.

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Evo With The Right Elements

If there was a car that I remember shooting at every Bay Area show that I’ve been to, it has to be this Speed Element Evo. Every time without failure, this gorgeous Evo is present and every time I find myself snapping numerous photos of it. I guess I really can’t get enough of how nice this car is with all its authentic pieces from Voltex, Varis, Rays Engineering and others.

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