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Posted by Risky Devil Drift/Street Rodder Club at 9:16 PM
Posted by Risky Devil Drift/Street Rodder Club at 4:44 AM
RX-7s in Japan, Yeah. This is your typical run of mill RX-7s around there.This one is built for pure circuit racing as well as daily driving duties. Enjoy!
Trust Exhaust Manifold
Trust Air Filter
Apexi N1 Exhaust
Apexi Power FC and Commander
HKS Type M Spark Plugs
Apexi GT Spec Intercooler
World Fuel Surge Tank and Pump
Greddy Compression Tube
Apexi N1 Evolution Circuit Coil Overs
High Capacity Oil Pump
Cusco Oil Catch Tank
Cusco Intercooler Water Spray Kit
Cusco Type MZ Limited Slip Differential
OS Giken Twin Plate Clutch
2 x ARC Oil Coolers
Carbing 3 Point Front Strut Bar
Cusco 3 Point Rear Strut Bar
ARC Titanium Sway Bars Front and Rear
ARC Lower Arm Bar
Endless Front Brake Discs with Braided Hoses
Project Mu Brake Pads
Cusco Brake Cylinder Stoppers
Pivot Start Button
Rays Engineering Volk TE37
255/40/17 rear and 235/40/17 front Advan A048 Semi Slicks.
Greddy Oil Temp and Boost Gauges with control units
Chassis stripped out and reinforced. No ABS, No Air con.
Posted by Risky Devil Drift/Street Rodder Club at 5:45 PM
We mocked up the wing, car is high, but its okay and its almost ready for paint.
This is just a taste of whats to come.
Version Select V1 GDB
Kakumi/Signal Auto Wide fenders.
Origin CFRP - 1700mm GT Wing
Stance GR+ Pro 12kg/12kg Custom valved
Enkei RP03 SBC 18x10 +22 All around,255/35 FK452s. Not your typical GDB fitment. Rad.
Paint? Who knows. Start biting your lips.
Look out for this wide and low GDB, at Redline Time Attack and other circuit events.
2009? Watanabe Service RWD conversion and hes going to drift it. Yea?
Posted by Risky Devil Drift/Street Rodder Club at 6:04 PM
86 Galore. Prepare to drool and cover your ears.
Posted by Risky Devil Drift/Street Rodder Club at 12:25 AM
One of the hardcore FDs out in Japan. Wearing the FEED Afflux body package, sticky Advan A048s wrapped around Advan TCII/RG/RGII/RS. Yes! wheels are like kicks too. You can never get enough. Can it get any better?
Heres, the KAAZ time attack meter in the CC/FEED FD on TC2000 Tsukuba. Cool!
Posted by Risky Devil Drift/Street Rodder Club at 9:49 PM