First off we just wanted to say thanks to all our fans for your support and making the name StuntStatus grow. We have came a long way and we are surly not gonna slow our roll. So on behalf of me and the rest of the StuntStatus Staff we say "Thank You". Just thought we would post a little coverage of the Fresh Wise meet Sponsored by Eurowise they had a couple weeks back. Enjoy.
Friday, August 10, 2012
Eric, the owner, as he describes his 2005 Mini Cooper S. Eric, who has just recently moved from Michigan to the Midwest, Kansas to be more specific, is used to seeing the older crowd flock more toward the Mini brand and sadly “not mod them much” in his words. Eric says when he is around other Mini owners it is for sure a different ball game compared to most and a decent head turner also. Eric's Mini S is currently sporting KW v1 coilovers along with some very tasteful and well fitted cast Rotiform BLQ's that are 17x8 +30. Eric also has small, but not be to overlooked modifications under the hood rocking a cold air intake and a full exhaust system along with a few more under the hood mods. Not to fear, Eric let me know that the car will not be staying the same for long, and to look out for some slight interior changes and maybe even a new set of Rotiforms' or the famous Corvette “salad shooters” to be seen soon. As for the interior I was told he would like to re-wrap all pillars and headliner. Do not expect to stop seeing this car anytime soon, Eric has even bigger plans up his sleeve and we can't wait to find out what will happen with this unforgettable Cooper S in the time being. Eric, also member of Lower Class hailing out of Kansas, said “All I am doing, is doing what I love, and trying my best to put the Midwest on the map at the same time.” and we sure think he's got that covered. We can't wait to see what he does next, so make sure and stay tuned!
Photo: Jeremy Krubsack
Words: Jeremy Krubsack
Sunday, July 1, 2012
With the posting of these pictures I can say that this beautiful G35 you see before you has already begun the move on to the next stage of its life. When my good friend Ian first got this car he was already familiar with the car scene and wasn't a stranger to fitment. His first car was a lightly modified 9th gen Si with a modest drop, but one day he decided the time had come to upgrade. Selling the Si allowed him to drop into a completely stock G35 coupe that sure as hell didn't stay that way for long. He promptly purchased a set of BC Racing coilovers and rolled around dumped and sunk on stockies until he found exactly what he was looking for... a set of BMW Style 95's. Putting things lightly, there were a few issues with the purchase of the first set, and he ended up having to buy a total of 6 wheels before he got what he needed. The fronts came in at 19x9 and the rears at 19x10, +3 all around after the 25mm adapters. Other light modifications that include a roof spoiler, front lip, and Megan Racing exhaust round the car together in a neat package. Ian has since sold the Style 95's and has his next set of wheels in his possession, but they aren't ready to go on the car quite yet. All I can say is they're a name we all know and love, 3-piece construction, and currently being rebuilt to be quite an aggressive set. Don't be surprised if you see this beautiful car on your screens soon with its new setup!
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Here we are again with Ryan Richey's super clean Subaru WRX, but this time with his new setup he is raising even more eyebrows then before. What exactly was he thinking when he picked up a set of 18x8.5+22fr and +12rr Work Eurolines DH's? Absolute perfection.
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Ahh, in this day and age, Hondas are a dime a dozen in the stance scene.With so many of the same models around, it's hard for one's car to stand out. However, these boys from Pensacola seem to have found a way.
This slammed TSX has been lowered on Function Form Type 2.5's with a Comptech rear sway bar and Cusco front tower strut. While it is currently sitting on these beautifully polished CCW LM20's, this Acura has already been through four other sets ranging from TE37's to VS-XX's!
Before the shoot, we had to roll the fenders for this amazing Civic Si before being brutally attacked by gnats. It was all worth the trouble to see it sitting right though. It's currently sitting on Work VS-XX's lowered with Buddyclub N 's, but you'll have to see this Si in person to truly appreciate it's beauty. The owners, Richman and Duy, would like to shout out the good people of F&D Auto Care for all their support!