Article Index
SQOLOGY at Aggieland V Invitational SQ Sound Tournament: MECA IASCA Triple Points Event
Aggieland V (Page 2)
Aggieland V (Page 3)
All Pages

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA David Cruz 2017 PASMAG 13

Mobile Toys Inc. has hosted the widely acclaimed event called Aggieland for five consecutive years now. Aggieland is Christerfer Pate’s brainchild, and the concept encompasses all the major elements of sound quality car audio competition including MECA and IASCA triple point events, in addition to the key feature: the famed Money Round with a $5,000 payout, spread over the top ten places.

Contributors: Klifton Keplinger, Chris Pate, David Cruz, Jason Owens, Robert McIntosh, Travis Chin

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Travis Chin 2017 PASMAG 04

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Klifton Keplinger 2017 PASMAG 10

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Travis Chin 2017 PASMAG 05

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Klifton Keplinger 2017 PASMAG 11

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Klifton Keplinger 2017 PASMAG 13

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Travis Chin 2017 PASMAG 19

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Klifton Keplinger 2017 PASMAG 15

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Klifton Keplinger 2017 PASMAG 16

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Klifton Keplinger 2017 PASMAG 22

In total there were ten judges to evaluate the 43 competitor's vehicles that in total traveled nearly 50,000 round-trip miles from their respective hometowns; with the majority of the competitors competing in both MECA and IASCA, in addition to the Money Round.

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Chris Pate 2017 PASMAG 04

Each year the event is kicked off with a judge’s meeting led by James Feltenberger, who is not only a well-experienced judge but an accomplished professional musician and conductor. The emphasis of his direction to the judges was to listen for system balance.

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA David Cruz 2017 PASMAG 10

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Chris Pate 2017 PASMAG 01

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Chris Pate 2017 PASMAG 02

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Chris Pate 2017 PASMAG 03

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA David Cruz 2017 PASMAG 05

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA David Cruz 2017 PASMAG 06

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA David Cruz 2017 PASMAG 07

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA David Cruz 2017 PASMAG 12

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA David Cruz 2017 PASMAG 17

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Travis Chin 2017 PASMAG 07

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Travis Chin 2017 PASMAG 08

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA David Cruz 2017 PASMAG 18

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Travis Chin 2017 PASMAG 10

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Travis Chin 2017 PASMAG 12

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Travis Chin 2017 PASMAG 13

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Travis Chin 2017 PASMAG 15

Aggieland SQOLOGY MECA IASCA Travis Chin 2017 PASMAG 22



Fitted Toronto 2012: Toronto, Ontario

Written by David Tsai l Photos by Galen Wan More than 500 cars attended the Stretch & Poke! 2012 season opener – the Fitted Showcase – on May 27 at Downsview Park in Toronto, Canada. The free event saw a record-breaking attendance and is the largest gathering of Canadian enthusiasts who follow the aggressive wheel fitment lifestyle. For the past three years, Stretch & Poke! has successfully hosted these events and 2012 was the best year to date! Automotive enthusiasts of all backgrounds brought forth a diverse collection of makes and models to participate in what has become a popular…

Import Face-Off 2010: MD

Text and Photos by Import Face-Off Number one qualifier, Chris Miller, from Long Island, NY had the entire FWD field covered by 9/10ths of a second. To promote competitive drag racing and make the race more interesting, IFO put a $300 bounty on him during the event. Award to be paid to anyone who took him out during eliminations. Chris ended up winning the event, so the bounty has now gone up to $400 to anyone who takes him out at the next IFO he competes at. Forced Induction pro came down to a final with Justin Barnes from Annapolis,…

SEMA 2016: Las Vegas, NV

The largest automotive trade show through the eyes of a noob and a veteran, respectively. Adam Gordon (AG): As a first-timer at SEMA, the Las Vegas Convention Center is truly a sensory overload. It can be overwhelming at times when you don't know what to look at, or which hall to explore next. With luck, I was able to see the entire show, only finishing my tour of duty in the final hours of the last day. Picking favorites from the plethora of builds was a task in itself. Micky Slinger (MS): This was my third SEMA. Since 2013, I’ve…