Bosozoku: Japan’s Car-Tuning Subculture

© Speedhunters Dino Dalle Carbonare
© Speedhunters Dino Dalle CarbonareOnikyan

Translated to “Demon Camber,” Onikyan takes negative camber to positively outrageous extremes. Sometimes called Oni Camber, this mod started with dialing the suspension of touge drifters, but like many things in Japan’s automotive subculture it has been taken beyond functionality — obviously, tire wear is not very high on these enthusiast’s priority lists. Custom, angled wheel hubs make it all possible. This trend took hold in America where it’s known as “Stanced,” and there are car shows devoted exclusively to these types of cars.

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