Another years, another SEMA. It seems as though the Japanese import market is shrinking while the European market is growing. This means that the industry starts to stray from producing high quality, well engineered niche parts us JDM fans love and we start seeing more cosmetic, super bling, show parts that the European industry draws. That’s not to say there aren’t some great cars and parts in the Euro market but sometimes I miss those diehard Honda fans that build stock-looking Civics that have replaced every nut and bolt with something special. Other than a few impressive cars, it was just another couple days meeting new people and hanging out with old friends. Here are some pics:
Basis Sport Tuning Tony came by with his CR-Z on Spoon CR93 17×8.5+53 x4 wheels. The front is probably the maximum wheel size that can fit without hitting the inner strut or rubbing the fenders. It definitely gives the CR-Z a nice stance.