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[FEATURE] Picture Me Rollin’: Jason Wu’s Track To Street S2000

It’s been a long while since I’ve done any action or roller shots of any car, so when my buddy Jason requested some rollers of his daily driver, I didn’t hesitate to jump on the opportunity. What’s interesting about his daily driver is it’s actually a dual purpose S2000, both for street and track duties that’s equipped with a big Voltex Type II spoiler. His other car; an E90 M3 that’s also equipped with a Voltex wing and is very similar to the S2000 as far as tasteful and functional modifications are concerned. So, without further adieu, some shots of the Rio S2000 after the break. Enjoy.

Photos by MoMoHitsTheSpot!


First off, an old shot of the weekend warrior.

A little rusty with rollers but I think they came out okay. The sun was beating down on us, so conditions were not that favorable.

Views from the Great Highway in San Francisco.

The newly added Voltex Type II is a must for any track car.

A couple of static shots to round out this short set. Wheels are 17×10 +45 S2000 spec Volk Racing CE28n.

Finishing the post off with my favorite shot from the set.

Thanks for looking! Until next time…

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MoMo Goes To TYPE ONE [Part I: The Spoon AP2]

It’s been a little over a week since I’ve updated the site, but I still have some Japan trip photos to post up, so let’s get the ball rolling again with the next set of photos. This next set consist of the first part of my visit to Type One which is pretty much the workshop for the Honda powerhouse, Spoon Sports. For this first part of my Type One visit, I decided to give a little in depth look at the Spoon demo car that was sitting outside the shop (It’s for sale for about $33,000 USD if anyone is interested).

Photos by MoMoHitsTheSpot!



The car was hiding around the corner of the shop, but you can see a peek of the new Super Taikyu front end as you walk by.

Just chillin’ on the sidewalk waiting for someone to pick it up.

The Spoon rear end is definitely a very hard piece to pull off, but I think it looks pretty nice on this demo.

The Spoon side mirror is a great replacement piece for a sleeker look compared to OEM.

The infamous blue Spoon calipers mated to a set of Potenza RW006 wheels.

And one more shot of the gorgeous Gran Prix White AP2.

Stay tuned for the next part as I head inside the Type One shop. Until then, enjoy!

MoMo Hits Up Powerhouse Amuse [Part II]

Continuing from my last post, let’s take a closer look at the Powerhouse Amuse squad of cars that was littered throughout their lot. After, we’ll move inside the shop and check out some titanium goodness.

Photos by MoMoHitsTheSpot!



Squad goals much?

This was actually a customer’s car that was rocking all sorts of bling, including of course, some Amuse goodies.

Some proper footwork in the Advan GT x Endless BBK combo.

One of the finest titanium exhaust out there, the R1 Titan.

Details. (Ganador side mirrors)

FT86 and GT1 S2000 on one side.

MKIV Supra on the other.

Vestito kitted on OZ Racing Hyper GTs.

Another Vestito kitted Z34, this time on Rays Engineering G50s.

Couple of demos sitting to the side.

Chaser x GT1000 R35.

GT1 meets GT1000.

All about the details in this titanium license plate holder. One of many Amuse titanium accessories.

Moving into the shop, it was actually somewhat messy in a sense, but it was the best mess that I’ve ever seen. I’m talking titanium, seats, and wheels laying all over the place!

Tips and pipes everywhere.

So much blue metal… and the best part is, you’re free to touch them; with care of course.

A magnesium wheel just laying around.

And….. of course, if you’re Powerhouse Amuse, you have credentials.

So that about sums it up for my Amuse visit. This was probably the most laid back out of all my stops and it was a sight to see all the titanium and demo cars first hand and in the flesh. And following this, my next stop is a little “secret” sanctuary of GTRs that’s also located in Chiba but first, I will have a post regarding the recently held Autocon LA show. You don’t want to miss it! Stay tuned.