Hummer H1 and 2008 Nissan Titan Modified for SEMA in Las Vegas, Nevada

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Ryan Hagel of rchdesigns.com in Huntington Beach, California brought modified off-road vehicles to the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

1995 Hummer H1 modified with K&N air filter, E-1700 for excellent filtration
1995 Hummer H1 modified with K&N air filter, E-1700 for excellent filtration

2008 Nissan Titan modified to haul a 2008 Polaris RZR 800 at the SEMA Show
2008 Nissan Titan modified to haul a 2008 Polaris RZR 800 at the SEMA Show
His ominous 1995 Hummer H1 stood out as a feature vehicle outside the Las Vegas Convention Center. Its satin black paint and Open Country Mud Terrain Toyo Tires with Poison Spyder Lock Wheels were only part of the modified package.
Ryan Hagel of Huntington Beach, California with his modified 1995 Hummer H1 at the SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center
Ryan Hagel of Huntington Beach, California with his modified 1995 Hummer H1 at the SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center

K&N air intake kit 63-6012 on 2008 Nissan Titan in Rancho Suspension Booth at SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada
K&N air intake kit 63-6012 on 2008 Nissan Titan in Rancho Suspension Booth at SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada

“We kept the stock suspension but modified the springs to give the H1 additional height,” said Hagel. “The front and rear bumpers have aluminum accents to bring out the silver in the design. The interior of the original Hummer is plastic and we tore it out and replaced it with aluminum.”

The Sony Mobile electronic system and rear back up cameras were also an addition. Hagel’s Hummer was equipped with Master Craft Seats and H.I.D. Lights from PIAA.

“I also used K&N air filter E-1700 on the Hummer,” he said. “I felt the additional power increase immediately.”

Inside the Las Vegas Convention Center at the SEMA Show, Hagel displayed his modified 2008 Nissan Titan with a 5.6 liter engine in the Rancho Suspension Booth. “We built a flat bed to haul a 2008 Polaris RZR 800,” he said. “Our Titan is also equipped with Toyo Tires and a Defiant Light Bar. We also have a roof rack with PIAA lights.”

The Titan has nine way adjustable Rancho Shocks and retractable steps. “We put in a Sony Mobile Electronic System and Master Craft Seats for comfort and entertainment,” he said. “There is a K&N air intake system, 63-6012 that keeps the dirt out of our engine and gives us additional power.”

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