To finish off the Auto Fiend coverage from the Melbourne Car Meets Major 2 I have put together a few photo sets to highlight some stars of the show.
So this post will focus more on the images and less on the write up.
First up is this JZA80 Toyota Supra Owned by Mina, whome I spent a lot of the day with on the RS Motorworks stand.
The Work Meister’s on this JZA80 measure in at 18 x 9.5 +25 fronts with 225 / 40 and 18 x 10.5 + 12 rear with 245 / 40’s.
The suspension under this beast is from Silk Road with spring rates of 18kg front and 12kg rear, to reduce scrub. Track coils to the core.
Next up we have James’s S13 Nissan Silvia.
Rolling on Autostrada Modena’s in 16 x 9 + 8 front and 16 x 10 + 9 for the rear.
Tyres are 205 / 50 all round.
Then we have the Victorian Drift Club (VicDrift) stand showcasing some of the current contenders.
If you follow Vic Drift then you will have seen this LS powered S13 in action. Always immaculately presented.
Then there was this AE71 with 4A-GE fitted along with Individual throttle bodies (ITB’s) to give it the motorvation to push sideways.
Gotta love the STOCK muffler and on point fitmentfrom the 15 inch meshies all round.
We then have Ender Esenyel’s S13.
Powered by a very serious built big-single turbo 2JZ from a Toyota Supra.
Back to the Street cars we have this JDM fronted DC2 Honda Integra Type R.
The engine bay was highly detailed, featuring names like Mugen for the cold air intake and TODA for the headers.
A very tidy vehicle with alot of money spent on it.
The factory bodywork serves these vehicles best.
A set of correctly sized Desmond Regamaster Evo’s and Sticky Falken Azenis tyres do the look of the vehicle no harm. One of my favourite wheels, and though super JDM are actually made in Russia.
You have surely seen this Nissan Skyline R33 GTS-T Series 2 before on other sites and if you have attended either of the 100mm events.
The Work VS – XX wheels have significant dish and appropriate stretch.
The widened fibre glass reinforced plastic (FRP) help accommodate the extra width of the Work wheels.
The Nismo 400R style rear end is a fantastic look on any R33.
Visible lip from the rear of a vehicle is a hard-core look with road registration.
That wraps up the coverage from the Melbourne Car Meets Major #2. Feel free to leave any comments below or on the Facebook page.
Photo’s by: Chris Carver and Nick Drew
Words: Nick Drew