Photos via Erik Breihof In 2012 it all started with looking for a new daily, something fun that could be driven all year-long. So of course the first thing that came to Tyler Hayes’ mind was a car that had both all wheel drive and boost. Narrowing his options down to either a Subaru STI or Mitsubishi Evo, Tyler really had to weigh his options. He always loved the way […]
Welcome to the first installment of AccuAir Suspension’s “Manufacturing Monday!” In this episode we’re highlighting the manufacturing process of our e-Level Touchpad (AA-TPAD-EN). The Touchpad serves as the interface with your Air Suspension system and allows you to select preset heights, make manual adjustments and set all other e-Level preferences. Whether molded into a late model Audi center console or resting upon a Classic C10 bench seat, the e-Level touchpad […]
This awesome Bimmer fitted nicely on OZ Futura rims, air suspension and AccuAir e-Level management. – OZ Futura 9.5+11×18″ ET19 | Toyo T1 Sport 225/35+245/35 – Bag Riders front kit with Air Lift bags and UAS rear kit with Koni shocks. – Accuair eLevel with Rocker Switch and iLevel. – OB2 compressor and 5 gallon tank.
Photos via Benoit Lavoie & Steven Luong Words via Jagjiven Dulku What happens when a diehard static fanatic and drifter meet? Well, you see the beginning of something beautiful. Having met both Andrew Lachmansingh and Jonathan Prem earlier this year, you would never guess both these guys were on bags. Hailing from the Greater Toronto Ares, these guys set out to show the world they can roll harder on bags!Andrew […]
Photos via Mike Crawat Photography | @MikeCrawatPhotography There’s more to Belgium than chocolate and beer. Nestled in the small town of Moorsele lies Plowy Wesley‘s BMW 320d, and it’s waking up more than just the neighbors.Wanting to build a car that would not only handle and look great, but make him feel amazing; Plowy decided early on that he wanted to bag his Bimmer.He called up RRAS in Belgium and […]
Photos via John Dixon The first Chevrolet pickup trucks started appearing in 1924 in the United States. “C” classification models indicated a two-wheel drive system while the “10” assignment would indicate a 1/2 ton truck. What started as a factory C-10 pickup would quickly evolved into Brandon Loher’s 1966 body dragging machine.A die-hard minitrucker at heart, Brandon began by picking up a clean ride that would be able to withstand […]