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Jeremy Lookofsky's Street Warrior Cartel Scion xD on Display in AEM Booth at SEMA

AEM is proud to display Jeremy Lookofsky’s modified Scion xD build in its booth at SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Assocation) 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Artist rendering of Street Warrior Cartel Scion xD on display in the AEM booth at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada
Artist rendering of Street Warrior Cartel Scion xD on display in the AEM booth at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada
SEMA is one of the largest automotive aftermarket conventions in the world. The AEM booth will be in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, booth number 23243.

Jeremy Lookofsky said he was itching to build something insane and his inspiration of Project Street Warrior came from a mix of builds
Jeremy Lookofsky said he was itching to build something insane and his inspiration of Project Street Warrior came from a mix of builds
Lookofsky named his build, Street Warrior Cartel xD. “The inspiration came from a mix of builds,” he said. “I have been itching to build something insane but something that could also be used to get from show to show without a trailer.”

Specifications of the Street Warrior Cartel Scion xD are:

Powertrain:
AEM Cold Air Intake
TRD Sport Muffler
Drag Cartel Sports Header

Chassis/Suspension:
TRD Sport Shocks & Springs
20 x 9 Front Cartel Custom Designed RockStar Themed Custom Forged Rims
20 x 11 Rear Cartel Custom Designed RockStar Themed Forged Rims
Toyo Tires T1R Front 245/30/20 & Rear 285/25/20
13’’ Wilwood SRP Hat & Rotors
Wilwood Dynapro 4 Piston Radial Mount Caliper

Exterior:
6’’ Custom Wide Body Modifications
Shaved Rear Door Handles
B Pillars Removed & Welded Up Rear Doors
Custom Metal Fabrication
Flat Grey Base with Jerk Designs Air Brush Graphics
Custom ED Front & Rear Bumper Molded Into Custom Wide Body

Interior:
Embossed Black Leather and Yellow Suede accents on front & rear seats, door panels, audio and trim panels
Sparco Race Buckets
Rear Seat Belt Bar / Chassis Reinforcement
Sony Xplod Audio System

“Major highlights that make this build unique include the open air look of the 1960s with a new twist of technology and body lines,” said Lookofsky. “It’s been chopped 4 inches with B Pillars and the roof section removed and completely reinforced. This style build makes for a great display car interaction with its consumers and vendors.”

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