SEMA Finale Part IV

Fatlace Ben Sopra needs no introductions …

I think this was 1 of 2 S2000’s I saw at the show.

This FD3S was mean looking, Loved the look.

This Merc totally caught me off guard. Didn’t think much of it besides ey look super clean classic car. Till I walked over to the front of the car and saw the hood up and what i found under the hood O.o WOW!

Wasn’t the model that WOW’d me but …

The 2JZ-GTE fitted in the engine bay!!! There’s wasn’t many mods to the stock 2JZ but it was nice to see it in an old Merc style Benz. The car also was sporting a face lift interior. IS250 dash  gauges and center console fit just perfect in the car. Wish I had more photos but memory card problems = FAIL and pictures didn’t come out. 😦

LB Performance: Liberty Walk Lamborghini Murcielago

This car has been in the timelines on Facebook since it’s debut at SEMA and for that reason I thought it best for it to have it’s own post. Liberty Walk aka LB Performance has done it with this one and it’s a car that you have to see in person. The car is beautiful. I’ll let the photos do the talking.

NSX Love

Can’t really go wrong with a modding an NSX (for the most part). This one is just clean. The pictures taken of this ones just makes it stand out and for that reason it’s here these pages to be shared. Check it out.

HKS: Widebody Altezza: Track Built

I’ve kind of been on a HKS frenzy. So here’s another HKS tuned car for you. This widebody Toyota Altezza track monster  is an oldie but goodie. Wasn’t as easy to find details on this car as i thought it would be but i found it. Specs and photos below.


2000 Toyota Altezza
Owner: HKS Japan, Fujinomiya, Sizuoka ken, Japan
Engine Type: 3S-GTE
Displacement: 2.2L
Engine Mods: Bore x stroke: 87 mm x 90 mm
HKS GT3037S turbocharger
HKS GT Wastegate
HKS camshafts
10.2:1 compression
Forged crankshaft
Tube stainless steel exhaust manifold
HKS cam gears
Engine Management: F-CON V Pro fuel/spark management system
HKS Twin Power ignition
EVC Pro boost controller (22.55 PSI boost)
Drivetrain: X-Trac six-speed sequential transmission
Stock differential housing, 4.375:1 final drive, stock half shafts
Suspension: Custom
Brakes: Alcon brake calipers
Wheels: Advan TCII wheels, 18×11 inch
Tires: Advan racing tires
Exterior Mods: CF Body
Interior Mods: Bride seats
Pi Research dash display
Mobiletronics: None

Da Blackmobile: Is Wider Better? Supra: Teaser

Is Wider Better? In this case it is… Here’s a teaser to the feature of the homie Sirv’s wide beast Supra. 13inch wide rims in the back.. oh yes please!

[Feature will be up in 2 day] Stay tuned:

Larger pic here