Eibach Honda meet 2014 - Part 2
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Eibach Honda Meet 2014 Part 2 By 6TWO1 Going to get straight back into the coverage in part to starting off with this stunning captiva blue eg6 Bang opposite my booth was this stunning milano red Dc2 The Accord game is so strong over in the states. Parked up was this white TSX (Accord) with Spoon front bumper, Barramundi Design wheels, bride seats.. Next to it was this one, dark gun metal grey, Work wheels, Spoon bumper.. Absoultely stunning DA. Speachless... Another build I would love to have seen it put together, beautiful wheels, Front end swap, KSwap, mugen spoiler... This is my kind of fitment! Beautiful CPR's on this EM1 RHD, the stickers stated it was a real EK-3, unsure if thats the truth but a cool looking car running the clear rears ! Clean EM1 on Work Meister S1 Dc5 on BBS RS Beautiful EG. Earlier in Part 1 i mentioned that I didn't know what Lip to go for, I went for a Spoon as per this car. Very cool EM1, looks really ready for the track. would love to see if this does any track time Stunning sedan on Regas... Regas are my favourite wheel. They have that timeless image... As shown here on this prelude with the Grey version.... Once again the Regamaster's executed perfectly. Issac's Blue DC2. I've known of him for a while through instagram so it was great to actually meet him and see his car. Nice to get a photo of the man behind the car! Stunning facelift EK Coupe Another tidy EG. I need to get my bonnet re-done asap. DC2 on Mugen MF10s. Love this Yellow EK Coupe on CPR, great to meet the owner too! Really cool idea, everyone signed the bonnet. So I got my name on it too! Another photo of the Equip 03's on the Ek More of Team NVUS - They seem like a very big, great car family. NVUS S2000. stunning Coupe, on TE37's Also has a STATUS Seat fitted! Del Sol on TE37s One car I want to bring some attention to is this EK. It is the Hasback Ek owned by Mr Hasback himself. Now I dont normally get all deep and historical but here we go, everything has a beginning & lets go back to 2007. The first year I discovered Honda-tech & the Eibach Honda meet. I saw the "hasback" thread on the forum & I instantly knew this lifestyle was for me. This is the starting point for me with getting into the Honda scene and creating my own little friend groups, meets & What eventually lead onto me starting up my own blog to showcase this. Seeing this car in person was awesome. For me it was my favourite car I saw at the show as I honestly feel without the Hasback crew, I wouldn't have 6TWO1, which is now my business. How I make a living. Thank you Hasback. Thank you. The guys from Marvelous Tune have created this beautiful bonnet called BATTLECRAFT. I will be stocking these when they're ready, I Will also be using one on my EG. I cannot wait! All their cars are built for purpose. As I've grown older in this scene this is the sort of cars I like to look at. I just love how raw they are. One thing I love about California is the weather. Makes every pearl colour pop so you can see every single part of that colour. I love it on this DC2. This DC5 looks unbelievable. LOVE the stance from the Advans, looks so agressive but not in a broken way. Looks as functional as it does badass. LOVE it. Love this Coupe on CPR's. Great combo. The 2 EPs from Part1 side by side. Old & the New NA1 & NA2 NSX's, there was a great selection of NSX's on show at Eibach.. Unsure of what they are but I love the wheels on this nsx.. Another NA1. Beautiful. Rear of the badass S2000 from earlier... Number 2 of 3. This Group of S2000's really did stand out & to stand out at a show like Eibach really is a big deal. Number 3 of 3. What an incredible set of cars. All using Status Racing seats... which we stock... I think im going to Close today's coverage out on the S2000s. Sorry for this delay on it. I am currently building a whole new 6TWO1 shop, but I have to reupload every single product I've got available to me. Not only that, but I have about 300 other things I'm doing right now! haha. Its great though I really hope you enjoyed the photos so far. Many more to come.