Earlier this week some of the Skunk2 fellas took a day trip out to Las Vegas for the annual SEMA show. This year's unofficial theme: Knock-offs, copycats, and CR-Zs. The number of knock-off and copycat parts this year was unprecedented, with copycat Skunk2 camber kits, cam gears, and coilovers all spread throughout the show. We even spotted another company's valve cover washer kit that looks suspiciously similar to the prototype version we debuted at SpoCom last summer. And then there was Honda's CR-Z; nearly a dozen of them were tossed about the show, some even turbocharged. It'll be interesting to see how enthusiasts respond to "performance hybrids" like the CR-Z, if at all. We saddled up around 6:30 in the morning and hit the road. The event is so massive that most attendees set aside a few days to take it all in. Some might call it "hitting it and quitting it." We like to think of it as being efficient. Check out the video coverage.
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