shot and posted by by William Rubano
I’ve been wondering when we’d see this; it was just a matter of time. But then it probbaly isn’t the first either. And a Honda, of course! And it’s got a body kit on the front and back. But where’s the fart can?
And no, it’s not a Photoshop. Here’s the proof:
You can see all the negative camber on the rear wheel from the lowering. And there were several other shots taken. It’s all too real.
Pretty low. Yesterday I saw a Honda NSX slammed like that. Lots of negative camber with white rims to match the white car. No fart bomb either and most likely because the car was so low the can would be in danger of being knocked off. If that NSX tried to go over a speed bump it would end up like a ship stranded on a sand bar.
I hardly even noticed it was slammed — instead I was amazed that he found an Odyssey without clouded headlights.
Airbag suspension. Slammed vans are a thing, even here in Minnesota.
I too was thinking it has to be on air.
No doubt it makes entry and exit even easier – or, if it has airbags, personalize it to fit your butt height. If a person wants to slam their van, more power to them.
It doesn’t take long to find even bigger vans that have been slammed.
Wait’ll you see it full of passengers!
Looks like it slammed to the ground so hard that it wrinkled the body panels above the bumpers.
That is from that “one more bag of stuff” they bought at Walmart.
Looks like a kneel-down bus from all four corners.
Yep, probably air ride suspension. Have a car guy friend who has several slammed vehicles (among his eclectic collection of about two dozen cars and trucks). I have ridden in and driven a few of them and they drive/ride/handle like utter crap. Completely ruined. He doesn’t seem to care, though, just likes the slammed look. I totally don’t get it. Same goes for the stupid bro-dozer thing.
There was an article, or maybe a Youtube about a female that drag races one of these (IIRC)! 🙂
I can recall talking about this on site with a tiler about 12 years ago, and we both agreed those Odyssey’s would be getting kustomised eventually. Why the roof is already chopped kinda.
One of the semi-regulars at Richmond Cars & Coffee has a slammed Dodge Grand Caravan with a custom paint job to die for. First time I saw him pull in, I wondered, “Why?”
After he parked it, the sliding door opened, the ramp came down, and he rolled out in his wheelchair.
Then I understood.
The angle of the loading ramp is less, making it easier to haul yourself up it.
Like seeing a 400 pound cross dresser in a Jane Fonda Spandex aerobics outfit.
That vehicle needs Spanx.
This irks the hell out of me when I see this done to any vehicle. When I ride behind one I flinch when it hits bumps and broken pavement.
The Civic Type R badge is a little over the top. 😉
After a life of children and dogs, the entire thing is a fart can.
Every van becomes a fart can, so it is always best to spend as little as possible on a van. Buy a Kia, Hyundai or a Dodge/Chrysler and save yourself a bundle over an overpriced Honda or Toyota.