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.
Some people won’t agree with me after looking at the pictures of this silver Acura TSX but this is one of those cars you just have to see in person to get. I have been realizing over the years that cars just don’t look the same in a picture on some forum, as seeing it in person. Many are so fast to criticize when they don’t REALLY know what the car looks like. Anyways I absolutely love this TSX, with a oem lip kit and very wide, very cambered CCW’s, I don’t know how you couldn’t. We just won’t get into the practicality arguement. Just enjoy a good looking car.
I remember looking in a Japanese magazine years ago and seeing this kit and thinking it would look really good with the right set of wheels. It’s a MG-esq front end and I think it looks great. It just takes some time getting used to. In black with the super wide black RS’ it looks really good. If you look in the second picture you can see he changed the side mirrors to reflect the older look the car now has. I think it’s great.
Something about it gives a really classic and mean look.
Let me start off by saying I was never a big fan of the Sonata. It just seemed like a over styled trendy looking car. But it is slowly growing on me. The example below really shows that BBS LM’s look great with literally any car. I have to say with a drop and the lip kit the car looks really good. Take a second to notice the flaired fenders. The tinted head/tail lights are a great touch as well. Looks like a decent amount of work wen’t into this car looking as good as it does. Great execution.