F430 Project

June 15, 2011 by Aaron in Daily Happenings

We got a new project car to play with. Just in for some color matched factory wheels and some interior mods. Nothing major…. yet.

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Go Tuning Meet / Dent Removal Day

June 7, 2011 by Aaron in Daily Happenings

This past Saturday we hosted our first meet of the summer and as always we had the guys from Ultimate Dent Removal on hand to remove dents. It was a small gathering but a great chance for customers to visit our shop on a Saturday when we’re normally closed.

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Go Tuning Unlimited x Far East Movement x Attic

April 22, 2011 by Aaron in Daily Happenings

A little while back our good friend at Attic asked us to bring some cars out to use for a music video for a relative unknown group called Far East Movement. Now that Far East Movement has blown up big time I finally got around to sorting the pics we took from that day.


Here’s the video!

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Volk Racing CE28N 17×10+50 on Rio; Yum.

March 17, 2011 by Aaron in Daily Happenings

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First Post Of 2011

January 21, 2011 by Aaron in ASM, Daily Happenings

I’ve been overseas for the last 3 weeks and couldn’t find any time to post any blog updates but there will be many to come in the next few days from my trip. Go Tuning Unlimited will be unveiling many new things this year, new websites (plural), new distribution brands, new products, tons of new pictures, and we finally have a facebook page now!

Just one pic for now.

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  • Robert
    January 22nd, 2011 / 00:07 PST

    Can’t wait to see all the new changes, good luck. Take tons of pics Aaron, I want to check them out when you get back.

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J’s Racing 350ps N/A Motor Build

November 11, 2010 by Aaron in Daily Happenings

If you have ¥3,000,000+ (~$37,500) then you can have 350ps (345hp) too. J’s Racing has just built this 350ps N/A monster using their special super flow cylinder head, Toda ITB/Manifold setup, custom 2.4L kit, and an Motec M400 ecu.

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Special silencer exhaust is required to achieve 350ps…

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SEMA 2010

November 9, 2010 by Aaron in Automotive, Daily Happenings

Another year, another SEMA. Domestics seemed to dominate this year’s show, especially the Camaro. There weren’t any notable cars for us hardcore JDM enthusiasts other than a couple CR-Z’s at Honda’s booth this year. One of my favorite cars of the show was Honda’s CR-Z Hybrid R Concept which was designed by Five Axis, always a fan of their work. Too bad the aero parts will never see production but it’s always nice to see a clean production quality, one-off aero kit.

Out in the parking lot, Top Gear America was promoting their new History Channel show by giving people rides in taxi yellow supercars. It was a creative promotional idea but didn’t seem to get much attention.

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ASM S-Special 70 Re-Newed Back In Stock!

October 12, 2010 by Aaron in ASM, Daily Happenings

Another customer who was tired of STi reliability and jumped ship into an S2000 timed his car purchase just right to coincide with the arrival of another batch of ASM S-Special 70 Re-Newed exhausts. There are only a limited amount of used exhaust available to be re-newed by ASM so get one while they last! Once they run out, they will not be re-produced.

ASM S-Special 70 Re-Newed

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S2000 Homecoming II

September 27, 2010 by Aaron in Daily Happenings

The sequel to Honda’s Homecoming event two years ago was another great S2000 event. This might very well be the last of the “Mega-meets” for the S2000 as it saw retirement 2 years ago and has an increasingly less active fan base. It was definitely a good send-off event for the S2000 with hundreds of cars in attendance, tons of free swag, lots of great showcase cars, and even a return guest appearance by the chief designer of the S2000 and NSX, Mr. Shigeru Uehara. The weather had been cool and mild leading up to the event but as luck would have it, Homecoming II landed on the start of a huge heat wave that peaked the day after the event with temperatures of 110+ degrees. I want to give a special thanks to the event organizers, volunteers, and the showcase cars who supported us by running our logo on their cars. On with the pictures!

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  • Jeff Holst
    September 30th, 2010 / 15:57 PST

    Fanbase may be waining for the S2000 in American Honda’s eyes but I think we’ll see another push for the car in the next couple of years. I just read the newest issue of Honda Tuning with the feature on the K24 swapped S2000. If someone like Hybrid, Innovative or Hasport come out with a production mount kit I think the S will be as prevelant as it is now and for years to come!

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CR-Z Cusco Suspension Install

September 10, 2010 by Aaron in Announcements, Daily Happenings

We got a chance to get our hands on a CR-Z and install some new products from Cusco.

Cusco Zero1 Coilovers:
Front Spring Rate: 6 kg/mm
Front Ride Height Adjustment: -45 – 0mm
Rear Spring Rate: 4 kg/mm
Rear Ride Height Adjustment: -45 – 0mm
Cusco Sport Zero1 coilovers are recommended for sporty or winding road driving. Sport Zero1 coilovers offer a comfortable ride while improving handling. Zero1 features fixed dampening force for a tuned and balanced ride. Optional 8-step adjustable rear dampening is available for adjusting driving feel when carrying additional luggage. The system is fully ride height adjustable for a wide range of height settings. Special anti-rust coating is applied to the height adjustment area for durability.


Cusco F&R Sway Bars:
Cusco’s non-adjustable sway bars provide excellent control of body roll. Solid type front sway bar with 20mm diameter provides a 35% increase over stock sway bar, includes mounting bushings. Solid, add-on type rear sway bar with 16mm diameter.

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