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Spec-D Tuning Spring Showoff 2

Southern California wholesaler kicks off show season.

Mar 15, 2016

The deeply loved, ever popular SoCal car show season is around the corner and for a second year the guys at Spec-D Tuning got it going with their Spring Showoff. Spec-D Tuning is best known for lights and accessories (Project Orange FR-S is even rocking a set of taillights). Even with light rain, cars lined up and quickly filled the Spec-D headquarters parking lot located in City of Industry, Calif. Since we knew the DJ we got prime parking, or it might’ve been because we were driving our friend Bernardo Pena’s refreshed Nissan GT-R, now fitted with new Pandem aero.

370Z Forester Photo 5/37   |   370Z Forester

This year Spec-D gave out pretty unique trophies constructed with what looks like titanium exhausts. To kick it up a notch, dope raffle prizes, such as hoverboards, suspensions, and wheels, were awarded throughout the day. Our friends at Continental Tire brought a few solid builds, including Sam Piazza’s Skyline R32, Phil Chien’s Rocket Bunny FR-S, and Jordan Cohen’s Toyota Supra, which is featured in our first ever Toyota issue (on newsstands 3/18/2016). Team Emperor rolled in deep with numerous EVOs and even ended up taking home the “Best Team” prize.

Although show season isn’t in full effect just yet, it’s already starting to look like a promising year. The Super Street squad is excited for what’s in store. Who will be the game changers? The showstoppers? Show us what you got.

FR S Supra Photo 9/37   |   FR S Supra
NSX Veilside Supra Mk4 Photo 37/37   |   NSX Veilside Supra Mk4
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