The Lowdown
Rolling Attire
Wheels: 18-inch Bonspeed Ramones
Tires: 215/35ZR18 Nitto 555s

Chassis Modifications
Suspension Type: Air
Suspension Rear: Two-link
Airbag: (Front): Slam Specialties RE6 (Rear): Slam Specialties RE7
Control Arms: Custom uppers
Spindles: Belltech drop spindles
Valves: Four 1/2-inch Blitzluft and four 3/8-inch SMC
Compressors: Air-Zenith
Air Accessories: AVS 7-switch box
Frame Mods: Custom tube work
Detail Work: Painted suspension, bedlined frame
Performed By: Chase at Real Life Kustoms

Body Modifications
Shaved: Handles, gas filler, mirrors, hood squirters
Body-dropped: 3 1/2 inches
Front End: 4-Runner front end, 4x4 fenders
Back End: Full Grant Kustoms skin
Performed By: Chase at Real Life Kustoms

Paint
Brand and Colors: Mazda True Red
Performed By: Chase with Real Life Kustoms

Interior
Seats: Stock bench with headrests cut off
Material: Black vinyl with red stitching
Dash:Smoothed and painted to match body color
Door Panels: Black vinyl with red stitching
Misc.: Horrible light-up shift knob, ("thanks SpeedFab")
Performed By: Dale with Xhibit Upholstery

Stereo
Head Unit: Pioneer
Mids and Highs: 4-inch Alpine Type S
Performed By: Owner

Engine/performance
Intake: Custom tube with a cone filter
Header/Exhaust: Spintech Cruiser series muffler and custom pipe
Battery: Optima RedTop
Detail work: Painted motor, valve cover, intake manifold
Misc.: Electic fan, kept A/C and heat
Performed By: Chase with Real Life Kustoms

Special Thanks by Owner
"First of all to God for blessing me with the family, friends, and support I needed for the build. Chase Shiver with Real Life Kustoms deserves more credit and thanks than a simple article or a pat on the back can give, the same goes for his fiance Becky. Big thanks to Dale with Xhibit Upholstery for working with me on my interior. Also, thanks to my AcrophobiA family and friends: Chase, Rigo, Scream, Dan, Smoke Dog, Thomas, Chris, Richard and James. My cousin, Ken Anderson, for getting me started...and our US Armed Services for fighting for our freedom to do the things we do."