Here is a great blend of VIP and a little bit of everything else. We're not in favor of throwing random VIP inspired things on sporty/drift/whatnot cars, but it actually works here. This Aristo belongs to Vega who is rocking a full Job Design kit and Panasport G7C5C wheels in 18x9 & 18x10. More importantly these pictures show you that you can have an aggressive looking setup without having to run insanely wide wheels. Offset is everything, remember? For the tires, Vega went with 215/35-18 up front and 225/40-18 in the back. We know that pictures aren't the greatest but we have to share this Aristo with you!
It's not the lowest S15, but it sure is one of the more aggressive looking ones out there. As a matter of fact, these pictures really remind us of a video game. Don't get us wrong, we are all for simplicity but seeing this thing sideways with a cloud of smoke behind it would probably leave majority of us breathless. New Zealand is well known for their incredible drifting and rides so we're not surprised to see this S15 being from there. Major kudos to you guys, you have our support!
Let me introduce you to Jimmy Uy's 95 Civic Hatch. We had quick photo op before the tear down of this car begins. Luckily I had my camera on me and we made due where we were. Many of the Bay Area heads probably remember this when it was white, after he was hit by a Hummer and replaced the whole front end, Jimmy had the car painted a lovely Apex Blue Pearl.
Wheels: WRD Chevlons are 16×9 +13 front and 16×10 +13 rear Suspension: Skunk 2 coilovers.
His goal was to get it together before SF WekFest 2010, he just finished the night before the show thanks to Franklin Autobody. To this day he still daily's his car, which many people wouldn't do, especially after a full face lift. If you see see Jimmy rollin' around The City say wassup!
Miro's flashy S2K has been around the net quite a bit yet it still takes everyone's breath away, picture after picture. Color, stance, fitment, camber, Miro's S2K has the whole package down! Simply stunning.