DriftingDifferent
This is so awesome! Too excited to do more!

This is so awesome! Too excited to do more!

Sweeet this is so exciting! Too excited for the next batch!

Sweeet this is so exciting! Too excited for the next batch!

Omg this 
is so interesting! I
 cant wait for more!

Omg this
is so interesting! I
cant wait for more!

So we finally got the car down to Tuning Technologies for some much needed tuning. When it was all said and done we made 419hp and 358tq at 29psi as you can see above. Im happy with the numbers and cant wait to get out there and drive the car. We have a private practice session booked for the 12 of march at Willow Springs Raceway. I finally get to see what this monster is made of. Wish us luck.

Why do we do what we do? Because we love what we do.

So let start it off with this. I love this wagon and its a perfect example of DriftingDifferent.

Dare to be different,
Think outside the box,
Find ways to make people stop and stare at your creations
Make them wonder, why or how?
Make an effort to not build a copy
Thats what we did, now its your turn.
Go on, we dare you.
Mark Sanchez
Introduction…

Let me start by introducing myself, the car, and what this blog is going to be about.

I’m Mark Sanchez, my involvement with drifting began in 2004. I started to drift competitively in 2006 and took a break after an accident that totaled my 86 Corolla. I’ve always built cars differently and my new car reflects this mindset. So for my intro back into drifting I knew that I needed to build a competitive car but I didn’t want to build something that was already out there. I wanted to stand out. So, I took a chassis that was already proven (S13), and decided to do it my way. I took a page from my dads old racing days, and chose to rebuild his old motor. Coming from a 1987 Mitsubishi Starion/Chrysler Conquest. Its a 2.6, four cylinder, single cam, turbo charged monstrosity, lots of torque but low on the budget.

This blog is going to be dedicated to doing things differently and those that share this mindset.