Overall, it was another good and busy SEMA. In my opinion, way busier and a lot more people and businesses attending which is great for our industry. We feel 2014 is going to be a great year for the scene! Check out these 10 bad ass cars we shot at this year’s SEMA show!
We fell in love with this wide-body BMW E30! So many cars had wide-body kits at SEMA this year but only a few stood out. This EURO STOP USA E30 being one of them, we snapped a few extra shots. Check it out!
Photos: Alex Nunez
This LB Performance BMW M3 was sitting in the Forgestar booth at SEMA. One of the cleanest cars in the south hall and we hear it might be for sale (or was). So, if you have an extra 80-100k sitting around, now’s your chance. More pics after the jump!
Ken Block is at it again with another great video. Check it out.
Lexus unvealed their DeviantArt competition winner design of the IS350. Some people are saying “it’s too extreme”… that’s the point guys. It was defiantly an eye catching piece in the Lexus booth. Designed based on the competitions winner Rob Evans’ design. It’s super aggressive, 3 piece wheels, satin/matte white paint job, etc. It’s dope! More photos after the jump.
Max Manning (owner): Works at Energy Suspension. “I never used to like Miatas. I was always into V8 cars with big power such as my Corvette! That all changed once I drove a friend’s Miata. I was really impressed with the dynamics of the car and how easy it was to drive quickly…
With Formula Drift and SEMA preparations out of the way, let’s get back to business on this Respect The Roadster project! A performance clutch was one of the top items on my list. Though the Miata felt really good in third and fourth gear, first and second felt a bit weak and noisy, so we looked to Advance Clutch Technologies. We went with their ZM2-XTSS – XT/Perf Street Sprung kit and light weight XACT Streetlite Flywheel. This set up will allow for smooth engagement on both track and in daily driving. The kit is also designed to handle as much as 315 ft/lbs of torque and more than enough horse power, even if we decide to turbo the car later.