Since most of you enjoyed the craziness of the Japanese VIP scene in part 1 of the Top Style Cup photo coverage, here is a little more eye candy for you. Now before you comment with things like “too much camber” or “it looks broken”, I strongly urge you to look past that. Japanese car culture is far more than just negative camber. Look at the body work, look at small details such as lights and exhausts, and most importantly understand the fact that whether you (or us) like it or not, negative camber is going to be around for a while. As a matter of fact, I guarantee that it’s just a matter of time before cars running -15 to -20 camber in the states here become pretty common. Big thanks to our photographer Mark Kawaguchi for the photos and huge shout out to our friend Kazuo-san and the entire Top Style team for putting on such a great show yet again.

Photos By: Mark Kawaguchi exclusively for StanceNation.com

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  1. kennyjevon

    nice whips. not hating but im not feelin that aimgain kit on the Lexus’s. too much going on haha

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    • Super Him

      There are no speed bumps in Japan. Rarely, they have small speed bumps in parking lots or parks or roads that are within some kind of owned facility, but never on public roads, and they are usually not more than one or two inches tall.
      There is this infamous drifters mountain nearby, they literally have speed bumps every per every couple meters but none on the roads, it’s hilarious. They must have some law against it or something.

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      • Super Him

        *sorry, they have speed bumps per every meter, only in the parking lots, but none on the actual roads.

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