The meet before the Lone Star Drift series, was held at Happy Tea House. Had a busy night shift the night before and I wanted to just relax and do something productive. That day I cleaned my place, paid bills, washed my car and painted my tires because race car. I headed to the meet with my camera handy.
Nice Sil-Eightly front end.
This car reminded of the Caterham Super 7 cars in Europe. I bet is fast and handles like its on rails.
I believe this TL has -15 camber, a bit more that mine and daily driven too.
Wang and diffuser, soo clean
Two RX-7s is a rare shit to see. This one is toyota powered.
One of our very own’s Natsukashi Garage member is Alans S2000. I met this guy way back, when we were both in high school and ever since then we have been friends. Alan had a B16 swaped EK9 in high school but his EK9 was tragically stollen after 1 year. We did find the EK9 but it was too late and car was literally gutted out. That didn’t stop Alan from cars and got a bone stock white AP1. As the years pasted this S2000 has undergone many transformations through out the years.
Alan is more into the stance game with his S2000 and it shows. His previous wheel sets were Enkei NT03 concave faces, and then Work VS XX, and now Work VS KF which matches the car very well.
I remember working on his S2000 couple years ago to lower his car more with his HKS HyperMax coilovers. Basically we maxed it out and I still would tease him my Miata and GTI are more dumped.
Creamy bokeh, yeah out of focus on purpose.
Recently Alan got a Amuse rep front bumper and a Mugen hard top. I personally don’t like to do a hard top on convertible cars but you build your car for yourself.
Work VS KF with gold hardware is a nice touch. Alan currently has bigger lips siting in his house and planing to do over fenders in the near future.
Carbon fiber JDP spoiler.
Titanium….. J’s Racing, soooo light and loud noises.
Car is low miles too, less than 80,000 miles!!!
Ride into the sun
New jack, AJ here. This is my first post here on the blog. I’ve been silently lurking in the shadows of the NG Facebook, and Instagram pages. But now that I have a somewhat decent camera (Nikon d40), I am now able to contribute to the blog. So the other day a few of us decided we were going to go up to Cody’s shop to use his tools, lifts, and tire stretching capabilities to mount up some new tires on Thaison’s hatch. The following pictures are of the hood rat shit we accomplished. Also bear with me as I am still getting used to my camera. I haven’t actually taken pictures with a decent camera since high school.
Vinson’s dirty ass bbs’s sittin in the parking lot.
Cody using the cheetah to try and seat the bead on Thaison’s new 175 tires. Looks like Thaison took it to the face though.
Back on the ground to check the height of the front suspension.
And back in the air to lower the front some more. Which was the point of the smaller tires to begin with.
Randy’s “NG Tow Truck”
Cody trying to figure out how he’s gonna get in the car over the roll cage.
Biss throwin it up for the west coast. Cause we all hood.
We heard you like big wangs.
Four hours later we decided we could let Cody go home.
The guys at NST hosted a meet at one of the tea houses I go to chill. After the gym and dinner with some buddies we headed to the NST meet at Happy Tea House. My friends wanted to go early but I wanted to arrive fashionably late. Being filipino you never arrive on time to an event because it shows you are over eager. We left at 9pm thinking we would get there in 15mins but ran into a huge wreck on the highway and ended up being a 30min drive.
And of course since we arrived late we couldn’t find any parking hahaha.
The S2000 game is on point. One of the few cleans ones are in Houston
Manny’s TSX from Team Apokaypse also came out.
Lam’s now functional Genesis rolling on light weight Buddy Club P1 wheels with Potenza tread. The guy is like a wheel whore, just like me.
The 370z’s and the FRS’s/BRZ’s came out in full force. Literally took the front space of Happy Tea House.
RX7 breakin necks
Everything done right on this VIP lexus
Still look good with the bumper missing. This Civic was infamous in the last Eat Sleep Meet in Houston.
This Honda Accord has a 90s style to it.
The pearl paint job and the Takata tow strap are nice touches.
Then you have this legit JDM front end Integra with the parking indicator. Its the small touches that count.
Rocking VOLKS in front and WORKS in the rear
Twerk team yo
Intercooler for daysssss
Clean IS300 and looks drift spec too
RPS13 is sooo clean. I wonder if the owner drifts it tooo
Simplicity is the key.