The cool, crisp mountain air and sunny skies were perfect for all of the facets of motorsport and beautiful cars on display in one place.
Near-perfect weather, a wide variety of enthusiast vehicles, and massive manufacturer midway made for a great show.
William Au-Yeung of PZTuning in Ontario, Canada traveled to Japan and set a blazing lap which topped the tables of Tsukuba’s FF greats. How did he do it?
Schmuck Built tediously combined titanium tubing and freer flowing exhaust into one amazing finished product for a customer. The results are well worth the investment.
In an age where visual noise saturates every facet of our lives, the SEMA Show not only embellishes the excess, but also single-handedly shapes the upcoming year of modification trends under its roofs. Through all of the noise, I’ve found I can always narrow down a select group of standouts.
Every car with an internal combustion engine has an exhaust system to route spent gases from the engine, but why does it have to be made out of heavy mild or stainless steel? We experimented with a lightweight alternative, using Vibrant Performance’s aluminum muffler and piping. Check out the results!