Tuner Battlegrounds 2012: Johnny Vasquez

Name: Johnny Vasquez

Country: USA

Vehicle: 2009 Scion xB

Engine/Performance Info/Modifications:Tuner Battlegrounds 2012: Johnny Vasquez

  • Scion engine with Megan headers
  • Power coating
  • Tenzo intake
  • Scion logo spark plug cover

Wheels & Tires Info/Modifications:

  • XXR RIMS (9.5” back) (8.5” front)
  • Painted callipers
  • R1 rotors

Exterior Info/Modifications:

  • Five Axis kit
  • Carbon fiber hood
  • Carbon fenders
  • Carbon center bumperTuner Battlegrounds 2012: Johnny Vasquez
  • Carbon wing
  • Carbon back hatch

Interior Info/Modifications:

  • Grey vinyl
  • Custom pods

Audio/Multimedia Info/Modifications:

  • Kole Audio

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