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The 13th letter

The Letter M is derived from the Phoenician Mem, via the Greek Mu, it is also the thirteenth letter of the basic modern Latin alphabet.  Modern society also relates the number 13 to bad luck, and this M has had its fair share of ups and downs. From countless sets of  tires, multiple fender flaring sessions, suspension setups, alignment setups, all to get the car to the point its pictured here.  Daniel Mullings  has put together a definite head turning package while keeping it simple with this M45 S.  One example being that the car is not only static, but completely static with just springs. You can’t deny the trial and error or sheer balls it takes to run only lowering springs and +0 offset 20′s on an M45 and clear.  He’s no rookie, he’s probably insane, and he’s local to me here in Tampa, FL so if you see him out make sure you call him “big money”, he loves that.

Infiniti M45 S

MMR GT1 hyper silver, polish lip 20×8.5F +0 , 20x10R +0

235/30/20F , 245/30/20R

09 Sport front bumper

Eibach Springs

Custom exhaust piping  into stock mufflers for clearance

K&N Intake

Rear fenders rolled, flared.

2 Responses to The 13th letter

  1. mike

    Very clean M sick fitment

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