This year for the Honda-fetish event in Grand Prarie Texas I had my buddy and rep Javi ride down and snap pics for me.
I wasn’t really sure what to expect, but now I am regretting not going myself.
There was a huge turn-out of the fitted and stock so lets get to the pictures! I will update this as much as I can.
Now, introducing the pictures from the Honda-Fetish meet hosted June 23rd in Texas.
There is absolutely nothing special about IFO anymore. Almost no one who deserves to win, does.
But when you dig through all the rice and boring stock cars that seem to win, there is good too.
The kind of good that is so awesome, it isn’t even acknowledged and gets blatantly overlooked.
Stay strong my stanced brethren – because, IFO isn’t about style, finesse, or balls.
That’s where I come in to dig through the crap to find the diamonds that need to be seen.
So may I present to you the majority of the cars I thought had neckbreaking qualities.
If you made it out to Stroud, Oklahoma this Sunday – then chances are you were attending the drift event out there.
Feb 17th was the date set for drivers to come from all around at the chance to slide around legally and smoke tires.
From stanced, to stock, to chopped and modded to slide – there were all sorts of cars coming out to get sideways.
December was a great month for the kids of OKC thanks to Team Diverse hosting their first meet at PCO.
There were all sorts of cars who came out to support and bring toys for the children in our area.
Big thanks to everyone who showed up and were respectful to the cause and location.
Friends from Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas decided to get together and have a good ol’ fashioned meet of various groups and clubs. FINALLY – I got enough good viewer, fan, and ethusiasts pictures compiled to see many of the cars that were at the meet to show their support.
A lot has been going on in the local drift scene!
Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas are all getting into the act.
Here’s some Oklahoman Produced video’s from mineral wells
and a big turnout at an Arkansas event hosted by Friction Motorsports.
This first video was made by my good friend, Ben Gibson, from the long awaited event in drift-hungry Arkansas.
The second video is featuring a few Oklahoma Drivers from the guys over at STATTIC.NET
When i created OKSTANCE after getting into the stance scene in 08-09, i opted
to give an outlet to like minded enthusiasts who would otherwise never get exposure.
Originally I just wanted to rep for Oklahoma and lift it up on my shoulders to give us a spot in the stance scene.
Since then I’m seeing more and more awesome cars in the central/southern states
that are ignored and looked over, mainly because of the vastness of our scene.
In this instance, i found Max Krubsac and his gorgeous 2002 Civic in the state of Kansas.
He is a very talented photographer in addition to having such a tasteful Honda.
For obvious reasons, I wouldn’t feel right letting such talent be ignored.
So expect to see more from him and others in our region!
You can check out more of Max’s work on his blog HERE.
From my buddy Jason Underwood at STATTIC.NET is his silvia.
No corners were cut – no expense was spared making this build quality.
Check out the full writeup and info here. Comment and enjoy!
I look around and i see a lot of the same cars. Same models and styles everywhere.
Okay, you got it stanced. But even then, there is still a lot of repetition among Civics, 350z, and BMWs.
How about something you don’t see fitted very often anywhere – let alone in Oklahoma.
Introducing this 1996 Subaru Legacy owned by Lorenzo from Oklahoma City.
The car isn’t immaculate with super expensive parts, but it looks cool and its different.
Work hard, play hard – that’s the name of the game when you are super slammed and super fitted.
Everything on the road is your enemy. Every dip, pothole, and curb must be avoided at all costs.
Oklahoma has a few veterans in the fitment game that have been doing it since 2010 and beyond.
My favorite of those has to be Tyler Williams. Everyone remembers his humble Diamond Racing wheel setup here.
Going through oil pans, break-ins, and some mechanical issues from that were just some of his overcomings.
Now, after getting the new paint, new wheels, and more camber than ever – his setup is flawless.
Though he is hardly ever satisfied for very long – it outdoes what most cars dream to do with their fitment.
So now, may I officially introduce you to the new, and much improved, ’92 VX Civic.
Introducing the hottest Accord in the state of Oklahoma. Say hello to Dao Yang and his 2006 Honda Accord EX.
I’ve seen my share of fitted accords on the forums but this is literally one of my favorites out there.
The best thing about this car, besides the clean and aggressive fitment, is that Dao resides in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
A lot of custom work went into getting this Accord to where it is now. Mostly one-off fitments that dont just bolt right up.
Seeing this car before it had any lip or anything, i can proudly say it’s come a long way. A totally different car from 3 months ago.
From the many OEM parts, to all the custom fitted parts – this car is super clean and well done. Stock styling on crack, if you will.
The cars coming out of Tulsa lately have been amazing. I’ve been blown away by the creativity, orginality, and swag.
Giving some of cars a proper showing was this years IFO in Tulsa. Coming from near, and far – the stanced guys came out and represented.
Be on the lookout for more awesome photos here, from Houa Vue! Thanks for the pictures since i dont get to make it up north often.
So without further delay, here’s just some of the rides that came out to strut their stance and hardpark like crazy.
It’s not very often that you see a car modified to suite those with a need for speed and to scrape pavement.
Function and form is a fairly common concept in the drift world, but most car enthusiasts stick to one or the other.
In this case, we have a low but extra quick 2010 Hyundai Genesis 2.0T coupe. Fully flush with power to boot.
Who needs to know what tire brand or size you are running when you look this good! Sidewall is so over-rated.
This sits so perfect for a spirited daily driver. Low enough to have a stand out stance but can tackle most roads normally.
Obviously the first thing you notice are the bright pink wheels that scream at you through all the black and carbon fiber.
Brittany went with an aggressive and what i would call perfect daily setup for any kind of driving you can throw at it.
For the wheels, Varrstoen 3.3.2′s were chosen. Sized in 19×9.5+22F 19×10.5+22R with tires sizes of 235/30F 245/40R.
Don’t you hate it when every car you see look’s the same?
Not just stock cars, but modded ones too. Slammed on stock wheels? So Boring.
Now what happens when you got some style and have the desire to stand out?
You make the car pop with poke and drop! How about a bright yellow and stanced s2k?
Brought to you by long time stanced OKC local, Tony Tran.
This is one of the VERY few fellas who’s been in the game since it all started here.
He’s out of his IS300 and now he’s stuntin hard in his new Honda.
Breaking necks isn’t as easy as it seems – you gotta put in work.
Rolling and pulling fenders is an art that most people fail at.
Getting the right wheel sizes, offset, and tire sizes takes a lot of research.
If you wanna see more of this gorgeous Honda, click the more link below this picture.
It’s got style, simplicity, aggression, and most of all – personality.
Keeping it mostly stock – yet making it one of a kind and stunning.
No, his lip is dragging the ground. No, his wheels weren’t $3000. But it’s done right, which is most important overall.
So it’s James again helping out OK:Stance with some coverage of Cupcake Meet 13: Cupcakin’ for a Cure. Well, let’s just jump right into the good stuff.
Gotta love the haters!
Thanks to everyone who ventured out at Crossroads mall here in Oklahoma City!
Of course the event was the Cupcake Meet 13 as a benefit show to raise money for CF-Solutions in memory of Cody Sheets.
This event was a huge turnout for an Oklahoma show. So big infact, that the event made the local news.
This wouldn’t have been possible without all the crews from Texas and Kansas like squirrel squad and Lower Class.
A big thanks Cupcake Meet as a whole for coming here, NOS, Friction Motorsports,
and of course all of my Oklahoma OG’s who are always down for the cause like Low Standards.
I loved how all the crews and fans came out to mingle and support the cause, as well as one another.
It’s amazing to see more guys coming together all for the sake of fitment and to raise money.
I can’t describe how seeing this feels compared to the maybe 10 stanced cars in the state, back in 2010.
The fact that we are doing this here and now just shows that we are now on the map. Congrats Oklahoma!
So without more blabbing about how choked up i am for this to all be happening here, let’s get on with the pictures.
Check out these awesome xB’s all in a row. Struting their stuff and showing how they love living the low life.
PART 1 – leggo!
When something gets old, forgotten, and neglected – the memory of it fades out in our minds.
But it’s a wonderful gift to mankind when someone brings those memories back to life.
Ben Gibson did just that – dusting off the old boy and piecing him back together, this 280z has come a long way.
No it’s not a garage queen, no its not a weekend track car, and no this car doesn’t run the drag strip.
This old Z is a daily commuter. A companion from point A to point B.
The body isn’t perfect, it doesn’t have a totally reupholstered interior, the paint is – well, Frankensteined of sorts.
With the rising sun blaring at you and the low 240z front bumper – this Z defiantly stands out from the rest.
It doesn’t really resemble the classic, sleek, refined touches of a 280 in its stock form.
It’s bulky, its wide, and just kind of visually overbearing. But DAMN, do i love it.
This gnarly Z screams out to the open roads. Hugging the pavment Shakotan style and living life how it was meant to.
These cars weren’t produced to simply be a testament to classic Datsun craftsmanship and a shape very much accustomed to the 70s.
I believe they were made to enjoy whether you are the finicky owner, the spirited driver, or the awe struck gawker.
Tucking those wide, low offset wheels is a set of zg flairs, slightly modified.
It took some torching and shaving but they look great for the wheels and flairs just being thrown on the day before.
Welcome Back to the second half of the coverage from the 3rd stance meet.
Cars came from near and far. The majority seemed to be Tulsa and Oklahoma City and some Mustang and Mdub folks came out as well.
I’m really feeling this Genesis. Super low, super clean – and doing fitment on a stock body just right.
If you see yourself pictured, give us a shout-out in the comments section and maybe ill email you back for free stickers.
It was a warm and sunny day here in the 405. The turnout was huge! (considering where we live)
After the last event where we ran out of room, finding a new spot was a must.
I think we did that pretty well and had plenty of room for everyone to come show out.
Check out TeddyP riding on them thangz like a BO$$!
Oklahoma Stance Meet #3 – Brought to you by Low Standards
I can’t believe the leaps and bounds this state has made turning their cars into something unique.
From stickered lip daily drivers to frame scraping weekend beauties, the scene here is booming.
I’ve never seen a turn out like this nor excepted all the different variety in cars and styles.
Some cars you will see all the way from the first stance meet and some are fresh, new out the box.
Big thanks to everyone for coming out and making this our biggest and best meet yet!
Just from this little preview, i cant imagine how huge and mind-blowing the OKC CCM:13 will be!
Look out for many of these cars pictured doing BIG things and many have already contacted me for features.
Contact us on the facebook page or by email for booking and sticker ordering.
So, without further delays, here is the first half of pictures from Oklahoma’s Stance Meet #3.