Kevin Horikoshi has been modifying his '99 Xtreme since the day he bought it. He's added all kinds of goodies to the exterior, including a Sir Michaels roll pan, Street Scene sport mirrors, euro taillights, clear corners, a SnugFit tonneau cover, and a billet grille insert. He has also dramatically changed the stock appearance by bolting up a set of 18-inch Boyd Coddington Shadow wheels wrapped with 245/45R18 Nitto NT 555 rubber. To boost the performance of the 4.3L V-6, he added a set of JBA headers mated to a Flowmaster exhaust system. He also bolted up a K&N intake and air filter and reprogrammed the truck with a Hypertech Power Programmer.
Trevor Jordan is as dedicated a mini-trucker as they come. He spends all his spare time working on his mini and attending shows with his buddies. His truck is definitely draggin' material, thanks to a fully adjustable air suspension at all four corners. He's smoothed out the exterior by shaving the door handles, door locks, and gas door. He has additional plans for his Nissan Hardbody and wants to build many more projects in the future. Look for Trevor at a show in Meridian, Idaho, reppin' his club Nasty Habitz.
Canadian Mini-Truckers Rule, Eh!
This clean little '84 S-15 is Byron Fichter's latest project. Since he's a Canadian mini-trucker, he's kept it real by modifying his project every chance he gets. So far, he's lowered it 5 inches in the front and 4 inches in the rear. He bolted on a set of 17-inch Billet Specialties wheels and began to add some minor exterior upgrades. The interior has been upgraded with recovered Cyclone buckets, a second-generation Blazer center console, and billet goodies throughout. Be on the lookout for Byron's upgrade to a 327 small-block and some larger wheels.