It’s been way too long since we shared a Nissan/Infiniti Cima/Q45 with you so why not take you directly to Japan and show you one of our readers rides. It belongs to Crow who also happens to be a huge fan of the USDM “stance” scene. So much actually that he mounted a set of USDM Q45 headlights on his Cima as well as a USDM front bumper. One of the things that impressed us the most about this Cima is that it’s rolling on coilovers, not bags. Some of you are probably saying “I’ve seen lower!!”, but what you’re forgetting is that having a car of this length and weight takes a bit more effort to navigate than coupes and hatchbacks. Either way though, this thing has a lot more going for it than just being low!
Crow wasn’t too impressed with aftermarket lips for the USDM front bumper so he decided to make one himself. Same goes for the Toyota Landcruiser fog lights you see mounted on the front bumper. Side skirts came off of a Japanese Nissan Teana sedan while the rear bumper came from a Toyota Crown sedan. Mind you none of these parts were simple bolt ons, they all required plenty of work. Finally Crow slammed the car on custom JIC & BuddyClub Coilover kit from an S13 Silvia and mounted a set of Work VSXX wheels. Fronts are 18×9 with 225/35/18 tires while the rears are 18×10 with 225/40/18 tires. Make sure you hit the Read More button below for more photos.
Crow also installed brake calipers from a Nissan S14 silvia all around and added a NISMO tension rod and NISMO camber arms to for some extra clearance. Big shout out to him as well as Shota-san for the photos! Stay tuned for more cars that came out for this shoot that our photographer Shota-san organized. In the meantime make sure you visit our forums, like our facebook fanpage and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you think your car has what it takes to be on our site.