Almost exactly one year ago, we had the pleasure of meeting Tomi and Tuukka from Tuning FI magazine from Finland. They saw our LS400 in Las Vegas at the SEMA Show and they asked us if they could shoot it for their magazine. The issue came out and Tuning FI was kind enough to send us some copies. Big shoutout to them and a big thanks for the feature! We also want to take this opportunity to thank our sponsor for their support!
On one of our recent trips to visit Beat-Sonic in California, we had the opportunity to test the Interface Cable IF6 harness and we were pleasantly surprised with the results. This product lets you hook up your iPhone or iPod to your aftermarket dual din head unit to display your phone’s screen on your head unit. All controls and commands are still done through your iPod or iPhone but the advantage is displaying it on your headunit’s larger screen. We found that YouTube and Pandora worked, so any saved music and videos on your iPhone are also compatible with this product. This harness also charges your iPhone or iPod while it is hooked up. Overall, this is an inexpensive product that is not difficult to install, easy to use, and provides a solution for makes and models where no other options are available.
If you have any other questions regarding this product or any other Beat-Sonic products, please contact us at 480-921-2995 or email@example.com.
Playing a YouTube video from the iPhone and shown on the head unit screen.
Navigation application (Waze) on the iPhone worked to our surprise. Compare the size of the iPhone screen vs. the head unit screen.
Big thanks to Canibeat and Hellaflush for putting on a great event. The icing on the cake was bringing home the Best VIP trophy. Special shoutout to JonJon from Squad One in Vegas for taking home Best of Show trophy! Congrats!
We also want to include Airrunner’s ACCtv video with coverage from this event.
There were about 250 cars if I’m not mistaken.
Airrunner Booth. Special thanks to them for having our LS400.
JonJon representing Squad One from Vegas in his immaculate LS430. Congratulations for winning Best of Show!
Custom piano black wood interior with iPod docking station.
Rear VIP table trays.
Loving this Infiniti.
And loving this exhaust even more. Very well done!
Our good friend Michael from Cars X Hype drove down from the Bay Area.
Our friend James drove out with us to show his super unique “RSTBKT”
Some custom Mooneyes bits to add some of that flavor to his engine bay.
Custom louvers done to the hood and topped off with pinstriping.
Low’N Slow Lexus ES350 on VIP Modulars.
Another one of our good friends who drove out from AZ with us. This is Chris’ 350Z.
Clean first generation GS300.
Milt’s awesome engraved Low’N Slow plaque on his 350Z.
Luxury Abstract license plate frame. First time seeing one in person.
We want to close to say thanks to Canibeat and Hellaflush for putting on this event. And thank you to everyone for the love and support.
As many of you know by now, our LS400 was featured in the June issue of Super Street Magazine this year. Its hard to believe, but it has been 9 months ago since this all started to come about. It began in November last year at SEMA. Our car was spotted by Super Street and asked me if we were interested in having it featured in the magazine. We agreed and we exchanged contact information. Then in December, Sean from Super Street came to Arizona and met us at our shop with his assistant to shoot the car. We ended up going to the Tempe Center for Arts, which is a really unique building near the shop, and Sean proceeded to take some awesome shots of the car. After that, it was all a waiting game. The 5 months or so after the shoot seemed really long until the June issue finally came out. We want to send another big thanks to the Super Street team for offering us this opportunity and making it happen.
A behind the scenes peek of Sean getting ready to do work with the camera.
Exterior shots of the car with the Tempe Center for the Arts building in the background.
June 2012 Cover
“Jin and Juice” article cover page
In the News plaque which hangs on the shop showroom wall.
Our good friends at Beat-Sonic were kind enough to invite us and our LS400 out to their booth at AutoCon LA. It was one of the biggest or the biggest booth at the show with a total of 13 cars on display. And we can’t forget about the lovely Yukata (traditional Japanese summer garment) ladies for greeting people and posing for pictures. Despite the 100+ degree weather, we had an awesome time hanging out with everyone. Big thanks to Beat-Sonic, Airrunner and everyone else who helped make it happen. We look forward to more California car shows in the near future!
Airrunner ACCtv Wekfest video coverage
Moto-san’s FRS and company at the booth. There were 5 FRS at the Beat-Sonic booth alone, including this purple wrapped one and black one with 5Axis kit. Also there was another white FRS and Ryan’s blue FRS (not pictured here).
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