Japanese tuning shop

We visit Garage "Hope" in Japan and get R-34 Skyline brakes installed on Joes C-33 Nissan Laurel. Garage Hope tunes various cars and engines around Japan. He is also an Authorized HKS dealer.

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Up garage Japan, a closer look inside
Like us on FaceBookhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/LabJapan/101998326586898?ref=hl Music by http://www.danosongs.com We take a look at everything Up Garage has to offer including, rims, seats, mufflers, suspension, vip parts, brakes, turbos, aero kits and much more.

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Walk in my shoes as I go through my mourning routine here in Japan.

The Yakitori Drift Experiment
Please help support the creation of this EPIC Drift film by contributing to our kick starter campaign. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/871092991/the-yakitori-drift-experimen t The Yakitori Drift Experiment YouTube content creators worldwide have virtually re-written the rule book for the supply and demand of our multimedia entertainment. We can directly interact with our audience to bring them the exact content they desire. The world of grassroots drifting has a lot to offer for a YouTube audience. Content creators, subscribers and fans who share a common passion for drifting can connect with other community members worldwide via our YouTube channels. These connections can lead to even greater opportunities through collaboration. What if a group of automotive YouTube channels from America and Japan joined forces to create something big? The folks from LabJapan, PoorManMods, Eletor and DonaldJacksonDrift, intend to do just that. Drifting has become one of the fastest growing forms of motor sport in the world. This popularity is now more heavily influenced at a grassroots level than ever before. An influx of quality coverage for these grassroots drifters has provided us with a rapidly growing target audience on YouTube, and they want more. Grassroots drifters are not world famous professional drivers filmed by a commercial production outfit. They are regular dudes that do as much as they can with what they have, simply because it is pure fun. Their dedication leads to progression in many forms: The drivers improve their skills, their cars get modified for a better track setup, and the media coverage quality from within the group can now rival that of full scale commercial productions. We want to present our audience with a fresh angle on what it would be like to travel to Japan as a grassroots driver and media production group. Having joined together as a team to produce a documentary that will thoroughly cover our adventures in Japan, our vision is a bold one. We are not just going to the motherland of drifting as regular tourists. We first want to learn as much as we can about the local culture and origin of the sport. Our next task will be to purchase and drift our own car as much as possible at Ebisu Circuit. Finally, our ultimate goal is to organize and host our own drift event at Fuji Speedway Drift Park. Our team will become the first ever American YouTube alliance to host a drift event in Japan. This project outline has only scratched the surface of what we will be able to create for our audience. We will have the opportunity to get a vast amount of exclusive content throughout the entire trip, which will provide us with enough material to create a feature length documentary covering our journey: The Yakitori Drift Experiment. We would like to reach out to our friends, fans, followers and fellow members of the automotive community to help us make this dream a reality. By donating to our Kickstarter campaign, you will be helping us with travel, lodging and production expenses during the trip. In return, we will dedicate our full efforts to bringing you the best content possible from our team while in Japan. The film will be created with optimum production quality, and cover this subject better than ever before. If this project interests you, please consider making a donation to help us reach our Kickstarter goal of $5,000.00 Upon initial completion of the film, it will be immediately available for rent or purchase on YouTube, however as a member of our campaign, you will have access to the feature film for free! Thank you for hearing us out. Your help is tremendously appreciated!

JDM as FOCK Di1do Shift Knob Install
Help us with our Drift Documentary Collaboration :https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/871092991/the-yakitori-drift-experime nt Like us on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/LabJapan/101998326586898?ref=bookmarks We quickly install a dildo style drift knob on my A31 Cefiro to give it some street creed.