It’s insane how much sleep you lose when preparing your car for an event, whether it’s a track day or just a car meet. Making your car up to your expectations takes quite a bit of time and effort. Most of the crew had to get their car ready for our annual Royal Origin meet in Las Vegas. Not only did they have to get the car ready to floss, but they had to get it ready for a four hour trek into the desert.
Ryo, one of the crazier guys in our group had to get his fenders pulled and space our his rear wheels, so it doesn’t rub against the frame anymore.
Crazy, how he’s planning to drive this car to Vegas.
Meanwhile, I was just playing around putting my Work CR-Kai’s on my SC. Doesn’t look that bad in my opinion.
Air master Vinh was trying to put together his air suspension for his STI.
The pieces to a very complicated puzzle.
Vinh’s garage buddy, Bryan’s M5 on DPE wheels.
Since the SC got some wheels now, I decided to put the Meisters back on my IS for the meet.
Damn, I miss driving around like a boss.
Speaking of bosses, Kevin from Boss Company came by to hang out with his LS400.
Sadly, this car will be sold soon..
Dem camber specs tho..
The master teaching the student.
Decided to practice light painting again and well it didn’t come out that great. It was most likely because it wasn’t dark enough and the amber lights didn’t help either.
I wasn’t trying to be artistic and deep with the black and white. The only way this photos would come out decent if it were in black and white…
More behind the scenes coming soon… Probably tomorrow.