Category: Tech

Slam’d Hauler 2014 GMC Sierra – Project “Dad Mobile”

For the home of Slam’d Mag headquarters in beautiful Southern California, winter came and went with hardly a hiccup or trace. Summer is all around us and the faint whispers of SEMA 2016 are fluttering their way through the…



Injen Intake Install/Dyno – 2015 Subaru WRX STI

Aggressive, brash, confident – these are the words that sprint to the forefront of one’s mind when releasing the clutch and engaging the throttle of Subaru’s newest WRX. While planted in the iconic import’s…



The Art of Low: Drive It, Show It, Track It

Here at Slam’d Mag we’re obviously all about that low-slung look and ground hugging appearance as our namesake gloriously states. However, being “slammed” isn’t always about laying frame or body and being lower than everyone else on the block…



Shop Tour: Street Customs – The Netherlands’ Lowest

What better way to kick off our first full “International Issue” than an exclusive Shop Tour from halfway around the world? We got to visit with our buddies from the Netherlands to get an inside look at the custom euro scene with one of the few shops performing…



Audiotistics Grand Opening 2015

Friends, Family, Support. These three words ring true for owner Tim Wepprecht when it came time to expand his custom audio shop to a larger location. Audiotistics was about to undergo a massive remodel…



Shop Tour: Down Town Kustoms – Australia

The custom car building scene has really blown up over the last decade or so with self-made shops all over the world providing high quality hand-built craftsmanship for us to feast our eyes on and drool over idea after…



Dorbritz Designs x Garage Werks: Texas Grand Opening

Having to take your project build from one shop to another can get exhausting, but many of us do just that to ensure that we get the best components and work done on various areas of…



Wide, Low & Loud – Liberty Walk Japan

There are some of you that will love this and there are some of you that will hate this article because simply put, once someone starts cutting up supercars there are a whole lot of feelings that get…