This extremely clean Scion FRS belongs to Kevin AKA @kite_monster on Instagram. He just recently had the car shot by Astro Photography and sent us these awesome photos to share with you guys! It features a set of Status Racing carbon fiber wasp seats which have been wrapped in all white leather to accent the FRS’s white exterior. Aside of adding some fresh style to Kevin’s interior they also keep him safe and planted in the seat even in most aggressive driving situations. Check out the killer shots below and if you have Status Racing seats in your vehicle send us photos and we will share it on our blog! Marketing@StatusRacing.com
This Subaru WRX STI Wagon is no stranger when it comes to hugging asphalt and breaking necks! The owner @Jacek21 has outfitted his car with a number of tasteful mods including a set of deep dish AG Wheels, Black Top Aero and a set of Status Racing Red GT-X seats.
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First glance at the Project Kaiju87 Scion FR-S and you will be left with your jaw on the ground. It features a set of Status Racing Red Carbon Fiber Ring GTX seats with 4-point Takata Harnesses, custom Merrill Performance harness bar, complete ML24 wide aer0 kit that was painted the Silver Ignition by CIA Customs in Las Vegas, Work Meister M1 3-Piece Wheels and the list goes on! The Project Kaiju86 is defiantly one of our favorites GT86’s and we are glad to be apart of such an amazing build! Check out the photos and complete list of mods below.
For more pics and info on this build follow Jason’s project Instagram @project_kaiju86.
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Silver Ignition 10 year anniversary paintdone by CIA Customs of Las Vegas
ML24 front lip
ML24 side skirts
ML24 rear spats
ML24 wide body arches X4
Tom’s tail lights
Gt86 headlights w/ HID and blue tint
10 year anniversary badges
Beat Sonic Blaid Antenna
OE Style Rear Diffuser
Custom Rays Factory GT Wing,5150 Carbon Wrap & Custom powder coat
J Blood Carbon Fiber visors
Foglights with custom paint bezels
RGB multi-color LED lights
10 series Push start button
10 series toggle climate control switches
10 year anniversary glowing dashboard
86 Center Console plate
Custom Blue Vent bezels and Blueclimate knobs
Status GTX Red Carbon Fiber Seats
Custom harness bar by Merrill Performance
Takata 4-point racing harness
Custom Kendama Tribute shift knob
Pioneer head unit touch screen
Sony Xplode AMP
CIA Customs 10” custom sub ported box
RE Audio 10” sub woofer
2.0 Liter, 4-Cylinder, Boxer engine 6-speedmanual transmission
Mishimoto Oil Cooler
Mishimoto Radiator hoses
AEM Electronically Tuned Intake System
Greddy Evo 3 Full Catback Exhaust
MXP Front Pipe
NRG Fender Washer Bolts
Megan Racing EZ street Coilover Kit
AEM Triangular Strut Bar
Work Meister M1 3pc 18X9.5 -10 / 18X11 -15
BFGoodrich Sport Comp2 235/40 and 265/35
R1 Concepts cross drilled and slotted rotors: custom painted calipers
Work RS-R blue lugnuts
CIA Customs LV
This stunning Porsche Cayman S is the ultimate nightmare for a Porsche purist and we love every bit of it! It features a set of red cloth Status Racing seats, Rotiform Wheels and airlift suspension just to name a few! The car has since been wrapped Intense Blue and has a complete new set of Rotiform wheels! Check out the photos after the transformation below.
For more pics and info on this build follow @duwerke on instagram!
This stunning bagged Volkswagen CC R-Line on to Jame’s Taylor, which continues to set the bar every time he touches his car! We have been following his build since the beginning and just when you think it can’t get any better it does! His CC features an assortment of tasteful mods such as the ADV1 Wheels, Airlift suspension, Stop Tech Brakes, custom Harness bar, Status Racing Harnesses and a set of Status Racing GT-X seats just to name a few. The seats feature Carbon Fiber backing, suede, leather, white Status Racing Logo and double stitching. Check out the photos below and if you would like to see more of this badass VW CC, you can follow James on Instagram @DTA_MBR Don’t forget to follow @TheStatusRacing as well!
This beautiful rare diamond metallic BMW E46 M3 on Volk Racing TE37’s features our Status Racing Carbon Kevlar backing seat and we love it! There’s something about this BMW Individual color paired with the Kevlar Carbon that keeps us staring! What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below!
Check out @SRPCAO on instagram to see more photos of his E46 M3
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This well executed Vortech Supercharged Nissan 350z belongs to NvUS car club member Ludger Quiocho Jr. It features our Status Racing Carbon Fiber Spa Seats, red 5-point Harnesses and a long list of drool worthy mods! Throw in a beautiful model with all that and you can pretty much consider life complete!
Enjoy the photos below and make sure to go follow him on instagram @Quio_Tip
Check out the photos and see the full list of mods below.
Photo credit: Dionne Mascunana, ILL Son Approved and Somakun
– Vortech V3 Supercharger (polished)
– Vortech intercooler
– Vortech by pass valve
– Deatsch Werks 600cc injectors
– Walboro 255 fuel pump
– Osiris engine management
– Osiris tune
– Uprev Osiris MAF sensor
– Nismo exhaust
– Nismo oil cap
– Nismo radiator cap
– Clutch Masters FX300 clutch
– Koyo radiator
– chrome plated plenum
– chrome plated strut bar
– NRG radiator cooling plate
– Circuit Sports carbon fiber hood dampners
– gold painted battery and brake fluid covers
– mishimoto coolant coolant reservoir (polished)
– mishimoto power steering reservoir (polished)
– mishimoto oil catch can (polished)
– rare jdm harness cover (polished)
– Status Racing Spa Seats (carbon fiber back)
– Cipher Auto seat slider and bracket
– Status Racing 5 point racing harness
– Graffiti K harness bar
– Stella Artoir beer tap handle shifter
– Kenwood double din stereo unit
– All speakers switched out to Cliff Design
– Two 10″ Cliff Design subs in the trunk encased in a fiberglass box
– Two 1000w Rockford Fosgate amps and capacitor.
– AEM fail safe gauge
– AEM oil pressure gauge
– Aerosync front bumper
– Titek carbon fiber front bumper air duct
– Custom fender tuck
– Shine Auto side skirt splitters
– Circuit sports carbon fiber rear diffuser
– Nismo rear add ons
– 07′ head lights
– 07′ tail lights
– Complete paint job. (Scarlett Red)
– shaved antenna, filled emblem and rear wiper holes
– BC Racing BR+ coilovers
– BC rear dampner extenders
– SPC front and rear camber kit
– energy suspension bushings
– Work VS-TX
– Original Work Hardware
– Federal Evo 595 tires
– Powered By Max extended steel lug nuts (Gold)
Finding the right car to start modifying can be quite the struggle, as any enthusiast will tell that cars are money pits. Quality parts generally cost much more and exclusive parts can be nearly impossible to find. Because of this many refuse to settle and hold out in the pursuit for the “perfect build” and continue to wait for the right moment to make these purchases. Recently we had the pleasure to meet up with Arizona native, Ivan Jacobo, to discuss his BMW E46 M3 build. When we first saw the car we knew right away that it had to featured, it was easy to see that each part had been meticulously picked to complement the next.
Question & Answer:
SR: Whats your name?
IJ: Ivan Jacobo
SR: What do you do for a living?
IJ: I cook for a living, I started my own food truck ( 319 the truck) last year but we got rear ended and totaled 3 days before the Superbowl this year. So now im doing private contracted chef work, until I decide what will be my next step.
SR: What do you drive?
IJ: BMW E46 M3 Hardtop Vert
SR: How long you have had the car?
IJ: Ive owned the car for a little over two years, but I decide to mod it about 6 months ago.
SR: Why did you chosse the plat from you did?
IJ: After playing need for speed when I was younger and seeing the m3 e46, it quickly became one of my favorite cars. I choose the convertible version because I liked it really. To me there are 3 different M3 E46 body styles, vert, coupe and hardtop convertible. I just like the way the car looks with the hardtop and if you want to go top down, all you have to is remove the hardtop to enjoy the weather.
SR: How long has the build been underway?
IJ: I wanted to get the build going as soon as i got the car. But decided to wait and do some maintenance work first and save for the right parts I wanted.
SR: Favorite part about the build/car?
IJ: My favorite part about the build is the fact that it got me back into cars. And ive meet and became friends with so many cool people.
SR: Hardest part about the build?
IJ: Hardest part about the build was definitely waiting to be able to afford the parts I really wanted to be honest.
SR: Future plans?
IJ: The mods that will get done in the next two months are, gold rose harness-bar, industry garage rear flares, custom front fenders and the wheels will get rebuild to 18×14 w/ 7″ lips in the back and 18×10.5 w/ 3.5″ in front gold flake center brushed lips and black hardware. And hopefully after some boost and bbk maybe a color swap.
SR: Anything you would change?
IJ: If I could change anything it would be my front lip choice Ive broken a total of 4 now, and I keep buying the same one every time. Shows how much Ive learned.
SR: Who has helped with the build?
IJ: The whole build was done with friends from StoopidLow or ABMWGroup. Jayar fernandez helped me source and pick my wheel combo, Ric Guerrero and Bryant Nguyen rolled my fenders to fit the wheels as well as coilover install and dialing the fitment.(StoopidLow)
AZBMWGroup: Tofy Alshammary helped me with all the stance questions as he already had his M3 stanced. Amr Abdin and Marv Martinez were my go to guys when it came to advice on installing parts and getting recommendations on parts.
SR: Special thanks?
IJ: All the guys Ive mentioned above they are the real MVP’s!
- Khoalty CSL one piece carbon fiber lip
- Vorsteiner carbon fiber CSL rear diffuser
- Oem LED lights
- Custom Josh Avery rear splitter
- Custom side skirt extensions with fins
- BC racing coilovers
- SPC performance rear camber arms
- Work meister s1 3p wheels (18×9 +34 2in lip fronts and 18×12 +21 5in lip rears)
- Custom rear backseat delete
- Status Racing Icon carbon fiber and suede race seats
- Sparco floor mounts
- Schroth racing harness
- Supersprint race exhaust
Images provided by Cody Gephart
Client submitted photos are always great and seeing cars come together can be such an amazing thing to witness. Hard work and long hours in the pursuit of the “perfect” ride, Nath Howell seems to have gotten one step closer with his Subaru build. This bug eye is sitting beautifully on a set of Work wheels and he was able to tie his interior together complementing his Takata Green harnesses with a pair of blue Statüs Ring seats. Pictures speak much more so we have included a few below for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy.
See more of Nath Howell on IG : @original_bath_towel
Recently a client of ours, Aaron, sent in a few photos of his beautiful R32 Nissan Skyline all the way from Calgary. This JDM machine features a pair of our reclinable SPA seats with Black on black Stätus Racing harness! For more information about Aaron’s build you can find him on Instagram @acloa
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