Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Update> Decals are underway! by

This just in! our new decals are underway, thanks to Amanda @!! stay tuned, as we will be poppin' those off fairly soon for a couple of bucks...

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Friday, June 18, 2010

Inspiration> Faith, Hard work and Drifting ...Joon Maeng's Blog

It's humbling to read and see such people like Joon Maeng in the world of motorsports. If you watch any current FD vids held in 2010, you'll soon realize that when the Bergenholtz Racing Full Tilt RX8 comes sliding around a corner, there's nothing but smoke, and the rotary sounds bouncing of the will immediately dawn on you that the man behind the wheel of that car is a monster! yes, Joon Maeng drifts like a monster! Upon keeping up with his blog, which I highly recommend all aspiring drifters to read, it will move and inspire you! In simple words, he works hard at his daily grind, he drifts with a commited heart and he is a faithful religious man off the track...amazing! Definitely a good role model for alot of us! We sincerely hope and wish JM all the best for 2010 and the FD season up ahead!

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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Update> Keepin' up with Damien...building and looking ahead

It’s a long story but I’ll shorten it for the sake of less reading. Some of you may remember my Red coupe; s13sr20, 2871, cage, buckets, Power FC, all the necessary add-ons and Power! Actually most still remember the coupe as it has been motor less and whored out as it is still floating around Arizona since I departed with it. The coupe was fine and all, even perfect for a track car but ever since I sold my last s14 I always wanted another. S14 owners who actually take care and value comfort with performance know exactly what I’m talking about. There’s something about this 13 year old car and the way it sits, handles, sounds, and looks that keeps me interested in it at all times.


Presented with an opportunity to buy the 1997 Nissan 240sx I had to make the move. Remove the motor from the coupe leaving it a rolling chassis; I quickly sold it though losing quite a bit on the deal just to purchase the 97 shell. Some times you have to lose a little to gain a lot.

I removed all remaining components from the s14 to ensure they were properly installed; sub frames, brakes, axles, etc. Engine bay was already motor less so a little spit shine did the job.

Fast forward; I have completely reassembled the s14 and equipped the engine with the Greddy 20G bolt on kit. However, more power has always been a want/need so the 20g kit had to go. Over the past 6 months I’ve worked with different “fabricators” who helped build the custom exhaust manifold, intake manifold, and John from future fab to fix their mistakes.

Currently the car is sitting in line waiting to be tuned by Jason at ask for Adam tell him Damien sent you =)


I’m hoping to put down more power than before and do so with style.

Everyone builds for a reason; some to show off their work, others for performance, I build because it’s what I love to do. Every project allows me to learn and further my knowledge with automotives. Each build completed becomes more gangster as my knowledge has grown.

You’ll notice this car once it’s complete… It’ll be one to remember!


Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Update> Raymo's S14 Build Update (Part 2) ...Subframe replacement

Out with the old in with the new! After receiving my freshly powercoated silver sparkle rear subframe....I finally found some time over the weekend to finally get the original rear subframe out of my car. With the aid of a couple air tools and some dedicated wrench time, the rear subframe came out fairly easy. Thanks to a couple friends and one of my neighbors, I was able to complete the subframe swap-out by the end of the day. Anyhow, thats all for now...I'll have more pics once its installed with new adjustable arms!


Monday, June 14, 2010

Special Thanks to Hellaflush, Fatlace, Stanceworks, Stance Nation and all media..

Just wanted to thank all media that covered HF 5..

Special Thanks:
Josh & Andy @
Charles Siritho for the baller shots (
Fatlace and all the organizers...

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Snaps & Vid> TF X HellaFlush 5 (Part 2, Touge Run)

So after HellaFlush 5, Edgar (Z32) organized a touge run through Topanga Canyon up to Malibu for some lunch at the infamous Neptunes Shrimp shack, made famous from fast and furious 1 Ferrari Vs Supra scene. After an amazing shrimp lunch, we ran Mullholland back to the 101 freeway.

Special thanks:
Edgar from organizing the run
Jason for the Gopro HD
Neptunes Net for the amazing food
Tim Flores for photos

Cruising PCH

Gas'ing up and gettin' ready

VF1's got nothin' on these...raymo get yo weight up!

Photos Contributed By Tim Flores (pantydroppersallday crew)

HellaFlush 5..after party touge from Team TopFlight on Vimeo.