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Vegas Strip Neckbreaker

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Many of you may know Mr. Lance Calitri from Las Vegas, Nevada. Lance is no stranger to this website. I have known Lance since our days of modding Subarus and the early days of The Wrong Fitment Crew. Lance’s builds have always gave me something to look forward to. Even though he resides in Las Vegas, you can find him and his cars at many car shows and meets throughout California. You can’t miss him, he’s usually in a WFC shirt sipping out of a plastic red cup. Actually, thats probably all of the WFC family at these car shows…

You may recall Lance’s other vehicles, his daily driven Lexus SC and his famous 2004 Subaru STi on Gramlight 57pros with the TI lips. This time around, he brings us his 08 Lexus IS-F. He purchased this beauty shortly after he sold his beloved STi. Like a lot of you, he started ordering parts for the car even before it was purchased. He decided his first mod was to go with a full exhaust system from Joe Z. He also decided to go with a Joe Z intake and AFE power filter.



Lance has a really simple and clean building style. For the exterior, he decided to go with a Lexon front lip and roof spoiler along with a Wald rear trunk spoiler. He replaced his headlights with 2012 OEM LED headlights and replaced the stock foglights with 3K HIDs. To add to the already aggressive rear end, he added a S4 Play rear diffuser. Other small details like Lexus JDM window visors, OEM black pearl emblems, and JDM rear LED bumper lights complete the look he was going for.




Lance’s latest set of wheels were just mounted a couple of weeks ago. He is now rolling on a set of Work Meister SP1s 19×10 F, 19×10.5 and wrapped in Falken 453s 245/35/19 F, 255/30/19 R. He is closer to the earth thanks to KW V3 coilovers.




I am really looking forward to what else he has in store for this car. I’m pretty confident he isn’t even close to being done with this build. I want to thank Lance for always reppin’ Fatlace and WFC. Huge props to Andrew Abalos from BX photo for snapping these exclusive shots for our site. Be sure to follow Lance @calitriboost and Andrew @bxphoto on Instagram. I’ll leave you guys with some awesome rolling shots on the Vegas Strip…


6 Responses to Vegas Strip Neckbreaker

  1. damn.. hunter and i were just checking one of these out.

  2. Erick Davis

    Lookin good Lance!

  3. jeremie

    Offset on the wheels?

  4. Dan Young

    Looks great! One of the best looking IS-F’s I’ve seen to date.

  5. Andrew Abalos

    Awesome Article!!!

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