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Corey Davis
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Photographer, Dog Person, JDM Fanatic, Light Hunter
Photographer, Dog Person, JDM Fanatic, Light Hunter

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Yet another feature from the +Revvolution.com factory. Check out my latest snaps of Corey Kelty's #USAF #Shakotan  style #Mini .

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A #ZR1  with a 200 shot of nitrous? Insanity. Check out my latest feature for +Revvolution.com

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Peep my latest vehicle feature for +Revvolution.com. A stunning #LS6 Powered #1957 #Chevrolet #Nomad

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Check out my latest vehicle feature for +Revvolution.com. An immaculate 2000 HP #GTR . I'm in love with the paint! 

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My latest vehicle feature photos are up on +Revvolution 

Check out the full article of this gorgeous 1971 #PenskeDonohue #Sunoco #Javelin Replica

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My latest vehicle feature is live. A time attack inspired and daily driven #WRX, this thing was really nicely built. Had a great time shooting it with #TeamRevv . Love LA's crazy locations, they're unreal.

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My most recent article highlighting the JDM scene in America is now live. Check it out and let me know what you think!

Welcome to our second installment of our Scene Theory series. This time we dive into what it means to be JDM in America. The acronym JDM has become more than a three letter abbreviation; it's become a lifestyle, a scene, a brand and a way of expression. On the most basic level, JDM refers to the "Japanese domestic market"⎯the heavyweight of the import scene. Honda, Subaru, Nissan, Mitsubishi and Toyota⎯all of these manufacturers are of the JDM variety.

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What started out as an idea, gradually spiraled into something amazing. We picked a set of locations and assembled our small team of automotive photographers and videographers known as #TeamRevv and set out on an adventure. From Los Angeles to San Diego and finally to Las Vegas, we documented our experience along the way. This is the story behind what went down at the first of many ModLife Tours. The people we met, the cars we shot and the places we went.

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Check out our latest event coverage from TX2K's Dyno Day. Great photos by +Kenta Young  and +Nathan Leach-Proffer.

Dynos⎯You're either all talk or you know for a fact what your ride puts down. After weaving their way through the crowds, gawking at various cars and popping off the rev limiter a few times to turn heads, entrants pulled up to the garage where techs hopped into the driver’s seats and carefully backed up the cars onto the dyno. The cars are then strapped down, fans are turned on and the techs rip off three different runs. The reading is then written onto the running list of makes, models and horsepower. Typically, dynos are used for tuning tools, much like a tape measure is used for building something with precision, but they also double as fabulous competition power measurement devices. Even then, with so many variations and often inflated power readings these days, it's difficult to truly know how much power a car is capable of. Instead of comparing scurrilous dyno sheets, dyno competitions offer up an opportunity to compare real life numbers, while minimizing the variables. This leads to that unquestionable requirement for facts that are a prerequisite for a true contest.  - See more at: http://www.revvolution.com/blog/2014/03/spinning-barrels-tx2k14-dyno-day#sthash.DujyfHkN.dpuf
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