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Bagged Lexus GS Is a Nice Thing To Look At

Yeah, stancing your ride will make it very impractical for daily use. Just think of a speed bump, pothole or simply an uneven road surface. Boom goes your front spoiler or underpinnings.
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But then comes the air suspension to save you. Just bag some air into those suspension bellows and up you go to go over anything you want. Know that the road ahead will be smooth, flick the switch and get low.

Hell, after reaching your destination you’ll not even need to pull the handbrake - just take all the air out of the system and the car will just lay on the ground on its belly.

StanceNation recently went to Japan in order to show us how’s the stancing business going there and they’ve been lucky enough to visit the Aimgain tuning shop in Hiroshima.

Among many other low sedans, there was this clean looking third generation Lexus GS, just sitting on the wet pavement after a light rain. It instantly reminded the guys about stanced rides back in the US, where most of them are as classy-looking as this one. No fancy wings or massive air inlets, just some fine touches, low suspension and a bling set of rims.

 
 
 
 
 

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