Malaysia’s Onikyan Culture Is Strong

When doing a certain task, most people always ask “why” but a few prefer to dismiss that and just say “why not” and “how.”

IMG_0027IMG_0010That sort of thinking are embodied in this Perodua Kancil, a re-badged Daihatsu Mira L200, from StanceFitmentStyle.

IMG_0018IMG_0025Fully dumped on its suspension and Work Meister S1 wheels and with the top part of the tyres just slightly tucked underneath the fenders, you can’t help but take a second glance.

IMG_0031IMG_0030With shredded chunk of rubber splattered over the fenders, there’s no doubt about it that the scrape game is strong with this Kei-car.

IMG_0033 IMG_0027The SFS Onikyan Kancil is so damn crazy that it’ll actually make you think that crazy camber fitment are still silly but damn if it isn’t the coolest and sickest ride you’ve ever laid eyes on.

Photos & Words: Fathi Haziq

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