Friday, 9 December 2011

Cambered Mazda 3



When it comes to negative camber, how much is too much? In the eyes of this Mazda 3's owner, there's no such thing as too much...
The cons outweigh the pros, of course - it runs through tyres like nobody's business, it handles like crap and it's always encouraging comments like 'hey, do you need a tow?' and 'why are your wheels like that?'.
But as an exercise in skill it succeeds masterfully. Not only can wheels be fitted at such an obscene angle, but they can be made to work on a daily driver too. And you can't deny that it's a headturner.
Via Klutch Republik









4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Stop ruining the car scene with this kind of garbage. kthnxbye

Anonymous said...

This looks like absolute shit. How does this even look cool to anyone?

This isn't even Stance, it's just broken. :facepalm

Anonymous said...

this looks hideous. Its one thing to go low, tuck a nice set of wheels, have a little camber, etc. But too much is too much. This is a prime example of what NOT to do to a vehicle. Hows that handle at highway speeds? Tramline much? Tires every... 2500 miles? Ridiculous.

Sandeep said...

That's just embarassing.