PASMAG Stay Crushing 2

“What’s up guys? Here’s a little insight into something I am going to be doing with PASMAG this year. This year I’ll be tackling two builds: turning a busted, old MR2 into a budget track car and taking my FR-S to the next level. The goal with the MR2 is to run it in various amateur racing series around California. To make it a little more formidable, I’ll be swapping in a Honda K20 Type-R engine. My FR-S on the other hand will be running a functional wheel/tire/suspension setup, a built engine and (drumroll, please) Rocket Bunny’s V3 widebody kit. I’m stoked to be working with PASMAG on this and cannot wait to bring more content every month to you all.”
- Robert Kochis

[We’re stoked to have Rob write some stuff for us this year, too, especially with a couple super exciting projects like those! We’re not sure he’d have the time, being an e-juice entrepreneur and Mod Expert at Mod Bargains, but he’s assured us that we’ll be right along for his 2016 adventures. Stay tuned!]

Note: Looks like the FR-S V3 kit will be among the 20+ Rocket Bunny kits released this year. You heard it here first, boys and girls.
PASMAG Stay Crushing 1

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