Tyrepower North Melbourne :: Dyno day
Chasers Motorworks have been building performance cars for over
10 years now, so it was the perfect location for a dyno day.
Tyrepower North Melbourne put on the whole show and it went off without a hitch. For once Melbourne provided stable weather, so the crowd turned up, the BBQ was turned on and there were plenty of cars at the ready.
There is nothing better than a set of Work wheels. They always make a car stand out and look the part, especially these Emotion xd9 wheels.
The Nissan killer! What happened Toyota? Why haven’t you made a new tuner motor that compares to the 2jz?!
Fap! Another set of jaw dropping wheels that suit this Evo like a bawse.
This would have to be the best looking Camry in Victoria, VIP inspired and hella cool.
This Polo has style! Noted by many as the most unique car on the day, thanks to a set of Ronal Turbo wheels.
One of the many boxer engines making is mark.
The number speaks for itself! That’s right, its a Nissan!
Another set of wheels taking the scene by storm, Rays TE37SL’s! These wheels look good on nearly anything!
Combinen with this tough as nails Evo and you’ve got a winning combo.
It’s these little details that speak volumes.
We heard this beast before it even arrived. Soon it had a welcoming crowd assembled. Want more? See this car in action on the dyno >Video
Yes that is steam you are seeing! The car was ok, it was only the turbo beanie letting off a bit of heat.
You don’t see too many s14’s around the streets these days and it is a shame because the aggressive front end on the series 2 is pretty damn nice.
A lonely Evo 10!
It was good to see an intresting mix of cars during the day, Honda, BMW and Subaru all made an appearance.
Vu’s legendary R34 GT-R, eases off the dyno with millimetre precision.
Crx or Wrx? That is the question!
With all these bonnets open, this line-up looks almost like a car dealership.
Black and white, black and white (I think that’s how that song went…) Great contrasting wheels on this very clean STI WRX.
From one Rex to another, I’m liking the dark evil look on this one.
It was packed! Consequently I didn’t get many photos of the cars on the rollers.
What is a workshop without a skyline on a hoist?
There were plenty of goodies hiding around the workshop!
A Golf R pulled 181kw, one of the biggest numbers for a ‘Euro’ on the day.
Nissan ‘more door’ R32 sporting a mix and match body kit.
Nissan 370Z, with some nice custom touches and a great colour scheme.
With a large crowd and almost 80 cars involved, Tyrepower North Melbourne and Chasers Motorworks put on a awesome display of cars and horsepower.
Heaps of people turned up and showed off some of Victoria’s finest street and jdm cars. The scene is definitely growing and it is great to see so many newly modified cars, see results below!
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