There’s many different ways a car can be perfect depending on the style it’s going for. Drifting, circuit, time attack, weekend cruiser, slammed, there can be a “perfect” scenario for all different types of cars. Ryo’s S15 is just perfect!
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Katsuki purchased this JZX100 right when he got his license since 2008. He’s been able to meet a lot of people and other “car junkies” through this car. He mainly drifts this car but in the past he’s done everything: Circuit driving, tons of car meets, and even 0-400m (drag racing).
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In the aftermarket world, the Y32 is mainly used for a “VIP”, or similar, dressup/lowdown style platform. It can be Japan, United States, or Europe, and most people modify these to similar fashion. But some, like Kobayashi, do things the way they’ve dreamed with no short cuts. If there’s ever an argument in the VIP world, I think this is how it should be done. On that note, people tend to categorize certain cars too often without simply enjoying them.
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Clean and smooth drifting; it always catches my eye! And that’s why I had to write about him and his 180sx!
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Nothing like a well executed car. “Wheels and coilovers don’t make a build” but man do they sure make a car look good! I don’t think a car needs to be fully built or have every little thing exchanged for it to be nice, a car that you (the owner) enjoy, and to cherish.
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It’s been a while. What better way to come back from a break with a crazy Mira? I’ve always liked the Mira. Fun cars with some pep, tons of aftermarket support, good gas mileage, and now legal to import into the U.S.! These cars haven’t been too popular among people in America but it’s probably because they don’t have that fire an R32 has. Similar to the R32, you can make these into pretty much whatever you want: Track car, parking lot show stopper, or just a nice commute A to B car. The Alto-Works version have higher H.P. than the standard versions and the motors are super stout; being super light weight also helps with handling! But this car isn’t for any crazy time attacks, it’s about style!
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Naoki runs the YouTube channel “Low.stylejapan” (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd6oYhd_eZ7KKF4mx1LWr7Q). If you enjoy watching VIP/stance cars at meets, then it’s a fun channel to keep up with! He made that one video of the Y33 Cima snapping the tie-strap off the front…Not only that, he owns a very nice 18 Majesta! We will be running through it today.
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