Have you ever sat back and wondered if all the beautiful cars you’ve come across on the web are actually daily driven or are they pure show cars? Stephen’s gorgeous G35 Sedan is one of those daily driven bagged rides on dishes!
Let’s now take a look at Stephen’s favorite dinnerware, a huge rear dish from a 20×10.5” 0 offset JLine SLDMLSl served with a 20×8.5” front -11ET. No side platters, just a nice set of 215/35/20 & 225/35/20 Toyo Proxes tires to accompany the setup. To make sure they sit proper when aired out, SPC camber kits were slapped on to bring the rear in line.
For dessert, Stephen’s serving us some sleek esthetic modifications presented with white gloves. An OEM Nissan Front lip modified to remove the mesh, M3 lip spoiler, Kamuei Roof Spoiler and some JDM side markers. Sometimes less is more, and in this case… less is just perfect.
While many might spend more time in the engine bay or on excessive body styling, Stephen opted to make his ride pound pavement by custom fabricating a bag over coil setup. Tokico D-Spec Struts mated with Universal Air bags take this classy G35 to a whole new level of low.
Take a look at the complete Air Ride breakdown:
- Tokico D Specs Shocks
- Universal Air suspension system
- 2 x VIAIR 480C – 200 PSI
- 1 x 200 PSI pressure switch
- 1 x Switch box (Hand Held 9 Switches)
- 8 “Blow Proof”
- 1/2″ Air solenoid valve
- 2 x Universal Aero Sport 9″
- 2 x Universal Air House 8″
- Dakota Digital Air Gauge
- AccuAir vu4 **waiting for install**
- SPC front and rear camber kit
We also asked Stephen if he had any other plans for this car and he told us:
” I want to widen the rear and flare the fenders. I also have to install the Accuair vu4 recently purchased and run some hardlines. Last but not least, I want to get D2 coils with air bag set up to obtain the ultimate lowz”
Shout outs to Bucky @ SuperStarCustoms for the Air install and air brush done, Erick M @ Legion of Boom for the hard work and dedication for the audio build up, Larry for pushing him to go hard or go the hell home (long story but the bro’s will get it) and his boys and crew, I.S.O ( insane stance and offsets) in Raleigh.
Stephen also dedicates this built to his grandmother that passed away in November 2010, much love to granny!
Keep it up brother, from what we know from you … you stepped up your game and brought the golden platter back. No need to go home and you go big, wide and low!