Yo, this fitment is straight ignorant! (I secretly like it though) But hey, there is a small amount of ignorance that goes into cambering the crap out of your front wheels for fitment. This is pretty popular in Japan, especially street drift cars. It seems that there is a bigger contact patch when the wheels are in full lock during a drift. Not sure how true it is, but it seems to work for some drift guys. In the case of the car below, a street application, it seems to be for looks, which is cool because stance is badass (or is it?) To be honest, I dig it. It’s different without being over the top gaudy. And as far as fitment, it’s on point. Heck, look at the amount of fender work was done to make those wheels fit. That’s dedication.
Who can dig?!
Before I even start, why do so many people take “stance” so damn serious! I mean everyone has different style, so just because their fitment isn’t what you like, doesn’t mean you can talk trash about it. There are many, many different forms of wheel fitment. And I’m sure we have all seen a ton of cars in the various styles on the rainbow of fitment. We now have to be aware of the different styles of fitment. That extreme cambered out, fender rubbing, tire stretching style will always be around whether we like it or not. But I believe since “stance” has died down just a bit, your going to see new, great looking types of fitment. A style I am seriously digging currently is fitment with a fat tire. No stretch. A sort of motorsports feel to it. I would LOVE to see more cars rocking it. I found a couple shot of a S200 from Texas with this lovely fitment, and is doing it pretty damn well.
Well I am finally back from my vacation, so it’s back to work!
There have been a couple shows the past two weekends from around the world, and plenty of new builds. In Japan, something that has really caught my eye are the guys from 326 POWER and their unbelievable Nissan builds. We are so used to huge drift focused builds, that I really can’t put a finger on what this is. It reminds me of a lot of the VIP builds you see. Tons of camber, radiused fenders, and cars so low you have a hard time believing they are drivable. I am really loving this new “style” and would love to see more of it. Below is one example of this different way of building a S-chassis. So dope!
So I had thrown up a post before on this Celica from Japan with the most ridiculous camber and tire stretch ever seen by humanity. I’m sure most of you questioned the drivability of the ride. We’ll the video below is the proof. Take the serious side out of our community and give this guy props for trying something completely ridiculous. It’s isn’t something that could have just been thrown together. Sure it’s nothing any of us would do, but hey it’s fun to see someone try.
Alright, so, I think it’s safe to say that “stance” has taken over the world. And with everything, people are going to try and push the boundaries until they can’t be pushed anymore, or something breaks lol. So here, below, I give the most controversial car in the world. No seriously, look at the thing. There is no other car like it. No one has tried anything close to this. Not even the demon camber guys. This is just crazy. Apparently he drove it to the show. Sure, it looks crazy, it looks stupid, but since when was the car community so serious? It’s nothing most of us wouldn’t even think of doing, and for that you have to respect the guy. Props to him for pushing the “stance”, camber, and tire stretch boundaries beyond a place anyone thought it could go.
I think this first gen. GS is the first in the states to rock oni-camber on a static setup, but I could be wrong. I think it’s pretty badass. It takes so much balls to rock a car this low and wide. I’ve heard that a correct toe-in on the tires, and you save a lot of tread. Who know exactly what “alot” is, but I’m sure anything helps with such a extreme setup. Prop to the owner for going this hard.
…about driving in the bronx in my low cars. After seeing this Video of this ultra slammed STATIC Accord on cambered out CCW’s, there is no reason for me to complain about the roads in the bronx. If he can do it, I can do it. lol I could have sworn this car was on air when I saw it at FCF. I mean it’s ridiculously low. Props to the owner. You have serious balls sir.