BRAKE Fetish

28 03 2012

My name is Robert, and I have an obsession with brakes.  Am I the only one???  I love this GTR brake setup on a Z.  Perfecto!

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew

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Two DECADES

18 11 2011

It’s amazing that the NSX design has essentially been the same for over the last two decades, yet it is still always able to captivate my attention.  It just goes to show, when you do something right, it can capture a consumer for a life time.

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew





PCar Thuggin’

29 04 2011

While the Porsche tuning world is far from being a “new” segment, I think it’s safe to say, few companies/people have rocked the foundation and image of Porsches as quickly and as hard as RAUH-Welt.  There’s a fine line to dance when modding a car, what to change and “improve” and what to respect and keep original.  RAUH-Welt continues to build tasteful Porsches on steroids!  While I can’t say any names, I can say that the US will probably see some monster Porsche builds state side in the next few years.  Expect the unexpected, as I know of a few people working on some behind the scenes builds.

And of course, the mastermind behind it all…

Respect & Envy,

Robert Chew





Dookie Brown

17 11 2010

I’m not the biggest fan of SR20’s in 240z’s…yes, I know it offers better weight distribution with plenty of usable power, I just don’t like how it leaves so much left over space in the engine bay.  I have to admit though, the owner of this car definitely made good use of the dead space with the v mount setup.

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew





Old Skool BEEF

12 11 2010

The infamous SSR Catalogue S30.

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew





Relentless

29 07 2010

If you pursue perfection long enough, you will find it.  RWB…flawless victory…over and over again.

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew





Raising The Bar

14 07 2010

I don’t really have much to actually comment on the picture itself…all I can say is bananas.  My friend Steve, aka Big Steve, recently refreshed his Lexus LS400 with a full remake paint and all.  With some assistance from the guys at Autofashion USA, if you ask me, the bar has definitely been raised with this car when it comes to VIP tuning in the United States.

People in the VIP scene always say drive low and park even lower all while trying to maintain the balance of the all so critical wheel fitment.  Big Steve has definitely been able to combine all these components in an original package.  It’s good to see Steven Seagal, back at it again, breaking necks left and right.  Check out more Autofashion rides, parts and coverage at http://www.autofashionusa.com, or swing by this weekend at the upcoming SpoCom Long Beach show where Autofashion will be in attendance.

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew