We sometimes envy the stylings of Japan but more recently in the stance movement we are seeing a lot of US influenced culture in Japan. Its funny how it works but it is sure a sight to see. Here are a few pics of some JDM MPVs with what looks to be USDM parts and stanced out to perfection. I wouldn’t mind taking my kids to school in that.
I remember the first time I saw this car on speedhunters, definitely a treat to see it in person. Kyle is definitely a cool kat, and we look forward to his progress. If anyone is interested hes actually selling this beauty, contact me and I can get you more information.
He now has the wheels on and is adjusting the little things. Wheels still need polishing but at least they are on! Hopefully he can work something out on the BCs because the shoot of him going up his driveway is spot on.
215/40/18 on the 18×10
still needs polishing
When I say big I mean BIG (18×10 +28). I’m always looking for fellow Mazda owners out there pushing the limits and I happen to follow Michael’s “sumTHAIguy” progress. His CWP MS3 has gone through a good amount of wheels. Enkei Racing S (17×8 +28, 205/40/17) , Advan SA3 V1 (18×8.5 +28, 18×9.5 +35, 215/40/18), Gram Light 57 (17×8.5 +33, 225/45/17). But now hes on to BIGGER and better things. ABC Exclusives Front 18×9 +31, Rear 18×10 +28, 215/40/18 Federal 595’s all around. Its going to take some work but Im looking forward to seeing this when its all done. This isn’t the first MS3 to fit something 10 wide but This might be the first to be ascetically pleasing. His stance has been great thus far so I have no doubt that this will be perfect, aside from the BC coils being stubborn (not getting low). I’ll keep you guys up to date with this one!
now for some pics.
If you just do a simple search you will find that the fitment game in the Mazda scene is a little slow. Every once in a while you see little specks pop up here and there. This can be good or bad. But it will always means that what we are doing is unique and special. Not Socal but some Mazdas doing it right.
These were found on Wrong Fitment Crew