Passion Drives The Culture
March 2016 - Issue 1
Mod Of The Month
This stunning IS300 is taking Mod Of The Month for March with its custom AG Wheels sitting on Air Lift Performance Suspension.
Custom Wide Body Kit
Greddy TiC Exhaust
Custom Leather/Suede Interior
The List Goes on for mods on this beautiful IS300, follow the owner on Instagram and Twitter for updates and future modifications.
Event Of The Month
The Vancouver International Auto Show Kicked off March 23rd and has a lot in stock for car enthusiasts of all natures. An abundance of events, contests, prizes, giveaways and more are all over the auto show this year.
The Vancouver International Auto Show is presented by Drive Marketing Group and will host the Tuner Battle Grounds on behalf of PASMAG. Voting is only available to vehicles displayed at the show.
Wolf Auto Group has teamed up with the Vancouver International Auto Show and Drive Marketing Group to present the Grip Gamblers drive up, a collection of tuners and modifications, representing models from Subaru, Mazda and Mitsubishi.
Formula Drift Driver Brody Goble and his 600+ HP 240SX are present at the Drive Marketing Group booth.
the best of car modifications and aftermarket vehicles. Daily content about modifications, events, photos, videos and more!!
Accounts To Look Out For This Month
Presenting Sponsor of the Vancouver International Auto Show, This account has awesome contests, pictures, promotions and information posted on a daily basis.
Looking for daily stance pictures & videos, check out this account and enjoy remarkable pieces of automotive art.
Want your car featured on an exciting and popular enthusiast page? Follow @TunerMob and send in a picture of your car or picture for a chance to have it posted on their page!!
Car Meet Culture
Debate Corner - Static vs Air Ride
It’s an argument that finds its way into discussions in every car show, parking lot and enthusiast garage. Spanner wrenches and elbow grease are pitted against control switches and compressors. The debate gets heated as claims that your car isn’t low enough until your subframe hits the asphalt are met with remarks that “air ride is cheating.” Some people will never give up springs that rest on the perches of their coilovers, while others have swapped them out for rubber counterparts to abolish that last quarter inch of wheel gap. In this low lifestyle, enthusiast often pledge their allegiance to a side. Which side are you on and what draws you there? Send a DM with your thoughts and opinions to be featured in next month’s newsletter debate corner!!