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LS swap all the things!!!

This RX-7 R2 started its life as a rotary and thats actually how I first met Eric, aka Grandmighty. I was impressed by the clean build when it was a …

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LS swap all the things!!!

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UPCOMING EVENTS

SS featured

Congrats to our friend Dennis for making it into October 2011 Super Street. They did a really good feature on his car. He’s been a long time supporter of this site, and you’ve probably seen his car at several of our events going back to when his fitment was still weak (jk Dennis). He’ll be moving on to a new platform soon so this is the perfect way to exit and remember a cool car.




6 Responses to SS featured

  1. Fatlace Motorsports

    good stuff dennis

    //Brian Hashimoto

  2. good stuff, thanks for the feature jhooks!!!

  3. Henry

    Yay Dennis!

  4. Stephen L

    I so hope one day my aspen white bugeye can have fitment like this!!

  5. When is HF coming back to where it all got started?! It seems that the Bay Area isn’t getting much action. The last one was Coyote Point i believe.

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