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K&N Engineering Inc. of Riverside, California is famous the world over for providing performance filters with effective filtration for anything that moves. Their dominance in the marketplace means that they have the funds to do just about anything they want. K&N has a substantial facility in the 909 that houses a skunk works that boasts a huge shop and R&D area where the magic happens.
The one thing we can count on seeing at every SEMA Show is improvement. It was truly impressive to see new hardware and products on display from the aftermarket despite a tough economy. Their were many impressive builds from the outrageous mid-engine [ … ]
The gargantuan 9-seater truck is almost 10,000 lbs. and can carry the contents of a 1-bedroom apartment with ease. Don Brooks of Big Tyme Industries decided this Excursion would tower above all others on a grand scale.

The life span of everything must come to an end be it a car, truck or even a building. Yet here and there, the monumental work of others quite often isn’t destroyed but rather celebrated and the Ford Excursion is definitely one of those creations. Big, brash and unapologetic, the Excursion took the [ … ]

Their serious MTX attitude is a trait they want to associate with their products and is revealed in everything they do. The MTX demo-vehicles always have a sinister appearance and when MTX started describing their latest project dubbed ‘Blood Donor’ too us, we knew it would be murdered-out and ready to rock. The exterior modifications consist of a full Razzi body kit, shaved side marker lights, custom grille with a laser-cut aluminum pattern incorporating an MTX logo in ‘Olde English’ style lettering.

When the crew at MTX sets out to do something, they do it right. When MTX decided to build the meanest subwoofer, they produced a 6,000W RMS unit called the JackHammer that tips the scales at almost 370 pounds! And when MTX tossed their hat in the octagon of mixed martial arts, they didn’t just sc [ … ]

The car was put on the VTR rollers with veteran builder Vinny Ten programming the Hydra EMS. The results were impressive with a usable 648whp putting down 619lb-ft of torque. All of that pull would mean that driveline upgrades were in order. A set of DriveShaftShop Stage 5 axles were added along with a Carbonetic LSD to hold the power.

Like most car guys, when you get the urge to make a move you just can’t stop yourself. The drive to upgrade either cars or parts is strong and can become an addiction of sorts that will ignore everything in order to be fed. Leo Jang of Flushing, NY got the itch bad, which stemmed from nothing more t [ … ]

Before the spraying started, a custom metal widebody was fabricated at T&A and the entire car was shaved smooth. From there, they fitted up some motorized Lambo doors to impress the ladies. Then the painting began at the hands of technician Louis Lopez in a special Oriental Blue. There are two types of car customizers on the scene today. One is show and the other is of course, go! In many cases, with the technology available today you really can have both all wrapped up in a single package. You can have a powerful and capable vehicle but it also needs to look hot to get noti [ … ]
A pair of Garrett GT-25s were plumbed in by Evolution Racewerks who made everything from scratch. Go figure, there are no off-the-shelf parts for this car. An AEM dry filter hauls in the air and the fuel is mixed in with a Precision Turbo 444cc injectors regulated by an AEM FPR fed by a Walbro 190 lph pump.The enthusiast scene is fueled by the individual desire to customize and create unique vehicles proud to call our own. Not everyone shares the same tastes or personality, but that’s what makes the aftermarket tuning scene so diverse. One such individual is Suneil “Sunny” Suravarapu, a long-time enth [ … ]
The results speak for themselves, as the pair have won numerous HIN Best Scion, Two-door Mild and Scion Class awards! Both father and son have won the classic Scion Show Off award three times and won Best Scion at the Sadistic Car Show (their very first trophy). The Scion has never placed lower than 2nd anywhere it goes! As much as you try and deny it, the traits of your parents will pop up sooner or later. For some, that isn’t always a good thing but in the case of Andrew and Michael Yurcich, this father and son team are bent on making their projects into something that really turns heads. This dedicated tuning duo [ … ]
The truck started out as your standard black FJ with the quirky white roof and cartoon-like markers and tails. The team decided that they would stick with the black theme but go with that much more of it. They would also build upon the inherent off-road characteristics of the FJ and make it much more capable on any terrain. There are two types of car enthusiast in the scene, one who likes to go fast and one who wants to look fly. Sure there’s a few that take a stab at both but winning shows and winning races are two very different animals. But when it comes to trucks, one style dominates the landscape – going big!

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“When it came to creating the subwoofer enclosure I wanted, I spent a lot of time trying to figure out who I wanted to entrust with touching my truck,” said Walters. “I attended many shows and had seen tons of different installations. Nothing is better than rolling large and in charge behind the wheel of a custom luxury SUV around town. You might not want to get anywhere fast, but you can definitely go in style and bring your entourage with you. Pop culture might lead you to believe the Cadillac Escalade is the epitome of ballin’ [ … ]
Colello was eager to tell us more about how he accomplished the makeover. First, the entire car was stripped down with all of the exterior ornamentation removed. The body was shaved to delete all door handles, antennas and wipers before the BRS Autodesign widebody kit was fitted to the car. When you see a project like this shine at SEMA, you have to give credit where credit is due. Tuner Pete Colello has definitely worked hard to earn his way to the top. As the builder of the ultra-popular award-winning Celica, his project caught Toyota’s eye, and their executives know a talented guy l [ … ]
“I bought the car as a daily driver,” says Moy. “I just wanted to put some upgraded wheels and sound system into the car, but it soon turned into an addiction. I wanted to be different by customizing a car you very rarely see at car shows and from there, the project got out of control.”Back in 1993, the Fresh Prince of Bel Air was considered a hot TV show and MC Hammer still had a career. Clinton was scandal-free and well, the trouble with Iraq seemed all but over. Cars were migrating from boxy forms of transportation to more flowing and undulating curved designs. At that time, th [ … ]
The Hummer was initially selected because it was big and powerful enough to haul the Acoustic Edge show trailer around the country to enthusiast events and high schools for presentations. Well, that and the fact that it certainly gets noticed! From student to master is the mantra repeated at Acoustic Edge, and projects like this Hummer H2 are proof of that. From the simplest of wiring know-how to elaborate audio concepts, Acoustic Edge Institute empowers their students to build the impossible. And the instructors live by that in rolling s [ … ]
Originally, Nissan North America was supposed to give Huang a brand new Nissan Cube to build after they recognized his achievement with the Scion Tuner Challenge from 2006 to 2007. “The Cube was not released until the L.A. Auto Show last year,” says Huang. “So my plan changed and I decided to shift focus toward this demo-VIP project aiming to strengthen the aftermarket capability for the Infiniti brand,” he explains.Many enthusiasts forget that Infiniti actually makes quite a few different luxury cars, SUVs and crossovers. There were some highlights over the years like the G35 coupe and some low points like the old school J30. There were also some great cars that never gained any traction like the legendary Q45 [ … ]
The system was tuned with a Kenne Bell computer by Lyndon Wester at Wester’s Garage and Maguire maintains, “He’s a genius.” The intake is a custom cold air box with a carbon fiber air box. Custom long tube headers were fabricated by Focuztech into a custom Magnaflow exhaust by Dave’s Auto Service. Then James at Shinny’s Sweatshop got to work on the endless amounts of polishing in and around the engine bay. With every crisis, there is a silver lining. Regardless of the state of the company, GM has had some great highlights in their line-up, especially the aggressive-looking Pontiac Solstice roadster. Mike Maguire of Lloydminster, AB has made his Solstice a labor of love. He has even named the vehicle “ [ … ]
The mission was to take a stock Mustang GT to the next level with road hugging-like handling and super solid suspension. The process began developing the TEIN Type FLEX coilovers for this modern muscle car.

The name TEIN, stands for TEchnical INnovation and not many people know that. Their mascot is also a gangster-looking damper with an external reservoir and eyeballs – not many people know that either. I’ve rarely met anyone who pronounced the company’s name right either, so for the last time repeat [ … ]

At the beginning of the year, the plan for the Drift Emporium team was clear – high displacement, torquey V8 GO9G8149_optmotors were going to be the theme under the hood. Originally, both G35’s and Kenji’s S15 were converted to Nissan-powered VK56 engines, a motorswap pioneered by Chris Forsberg just three short years ago.Ask any Nissan enthusiast and they will tell you an S-Chassis cars should be powered by a turbo-4. Not an NA truck motor and certainly not a V8 but an SR20 with a small, responsive turbo hanging off it. But at the competition level, drivers complain that these motors make less torque than a rider mo [ … ]
Owner Bill Vitale needed something to transport him year round in his North East hometown of Feasterville, PA. The professional consultant also needed to have 4-doors and everyday reliability, so the 2006 Subaru Impreza STi fit the program perfectly.If you need practicality buy an SUV. If you want tire shredding performance buy a sports car. But if you need a combination of the two there are a few stout platforms on the market to build up. A few that come to mind are the Mitsubishi Evo and the MazdaSpeed3, but leading the charge in “practical-p [ … ]