Posted: 26June 2013 | Words: Nish | Photos: Nish & Vaano


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With the lure of some big power cars, hot Monster Energy Babes and VIP access, we eagerly awaited the first Dyno event TopEnd had to offer. Knowing Leon, I was sure we were in for an event not to miss.

It was definitely, erm... different. But everything TopEnd does doesn't seem to follow the normal rule book. This event was more a showcase for the industry, to show what can all be done and to allow the chance to show some of the other great companies they are involved with. We arrived to a flurry of activity inside and outside the event.

Superwraps were on hand to do a live demonstration on how a car gets wrapped. Wrapping really can turn a car from the ordinary to the extraordinary.

As usual there were some juicy toys laying around...

Like this Aston Martin DB9 from the Daytona Group.

Monster energy was on hand with a live DJ pumping tunes to create a great atmosphere.

These guys always offer the best mobile coffee around. Our favourite stop on the cold Street 2 Strip nights.

Leon handing over the mic to TopEnd friend and KFM Breakfast DJ, Ryan O Connor who was the MC for the night.

TopEnd in collaboration with Top Car Magazine built a great little Yaris with a stealthy sound system, subtle body kit and wheels complete with some tasty interior mods. Best part is, the car was given away on the night to a lucky reader all the way from Gauteng who drove it home!

But as for the Dyno-ing part of the event, there wasn't much happening. Yes, some cars were dyno'd, but they were far and few between. I suppose this is what they planned for the night.

As I said before, it was just erm, different. As a dyno day type event I would say it wasn't that great. But that didn't seem to be the plan. As far as a socialising and marketing event, it was a great success and we look forward to the next TopEnd event on the calendar.


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