J's Racing Fit - Compact Touge King (GE8)

Honda Fit / Jazz (GE8) tuned by J's Racing. This car is the winner of "Touge Battle 2010" of under 200ps class from HotVersion series. In that video, this car was described "drives like FR". Every part on this car is an actual product from J's Racing . And what's even greater is that it has all the comfortable equipments left, like air conditioner and audios, so that drivers wouldn't have to sacrifice the everyday drive. HotVersion Vol.105 trailer (car appears at 0:56): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCh7MJtWssA HotVersion Vol.105 available at Amazon Japan: http://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/product/4063229556?ie=UTF8&tag=crz-tube-22&linkCode=as2&camp=247&creative=1211&creativeASIN=4063229556 [GE8 Fit - Product Information on J's Racing website] *some pics don't appear on their English page due to automatic translation program bug. English: http://www.excite-webtl.jp/world/english/web/?wb_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Ejsracing%2Eco%2Ejp%2Fjs3%2Findex%2Easp&wb_lp=JAEN&wb_dis=2 Japanese: http://www.jsracing.co.jp/js3/index.asp?xMODE=SHOP&xSW=2&xSHASHU=32

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2011 Honda Fit / Jazz RS (orange)
2011 Honda Fit RS was released to Japanese market on Oct.8, 2010. The new Fit comes with 6MT, with quite an aggressive looking exterior that doesn't look like stock at all. The new "Sunset Orange" is a color that was first featured in "1974 Civic RS", which is now specifically available for Fit RS. [Basic Info] 2011 Honda Fit RS - On Sale: Oct.8, 2010 - Price: 6MT 1,698,000 YEN (=20,700 USD at 1USD=82YEN) - Color appearing on this video: Sunset Orange II [Specs] - Dimention: 3,915 x 1,695 x 1,525mm - Wheelbase: 2,500mm - Engine: L15A - Displacement: 1,496cc - horsepower: 120ps/6,600rpm - Torque: 14.8kgf-m/4,800rpm - Transmission: 6MT or CVT - Weight: 6MT 1,050kg, CVT 1,080kg - Tires: 185/55R16 [Official Honda Website] *in Japanese - http://www.honda.co.jp/Fit/rs/ - Movie: http://www.honda.co.jp/Fit/rs/movie/





J's Racing Fit Race Car (Jazz)
Photos: https://www.facebook.com/JDM.clips [Car Info] - Name: BRP Hyper ECU C72 Seidoya J's Fit - Team: Birth Racing Project - Race Category: 2012 Super Taikyu / ST5 Class [Specs] - Base Vehicle: Honda Fit RS (GE8) - Displacement: 1,500cc - Max horsepower: 120ps/6,600rpm - Max Torque: 14.8kg/4,800rpm - Weight: 930kg [Official Website] - Spec & Photos: http://www.brp.gr.com/machine/machine03.html





370Z 40th Anniversary (JDM spec)
"Nissan Fairlady Z 40th Anniversary" for JDM name. Special features are; - Limited production of 1000. - Unique exterior color "40th Anniversary Graphite" - Red leather appointed interior - Smooth leather-wrapped steering wheel - 332hp 3.7L V6 - 6-speed Synchro Rev Match manual transmission - Nissan Sport Brakes with red calipers - 19inch RAYS alloy wheels with premium smoke wheel finish Filmed at Nissan headquarter in Japan. [Official Website] - US: http://www.nissanusa.com/40th-anniversary-z/ - Japan: http://www2.nissan.co.jp/Z/Z34/0812/index.html





MUGEN NSX-RR Concept (2009)
"Honda NSX Mugen RR Concept" from Tokyo Auto Salon 2009 - this is my top favorite concept car from Mugen of all time. There are no other tuners in the world that could modify NSX like this - the one you can feel the real racing technology feedback from SuperGT. This bodykit looked almost the same as NSX-GT, but it actually fitted the Japanese production car regulations, which meant if this car was put into production, we could actually drive it on streets. As Mugen had created a concept model of Civic Type RR(double-R, based on JDM FD2) on 2007 and just 6 months later, they had put that into real production of 300 limited cars, many people expected this "NSX-RR Concept" to be another dream-come-true in the near future... which never happened. There are no official announcement from Mugen ever after, but I have personally asked few people from Mugen and they had told me 2 major issues they were facing regarding the production of NSX-RR. One was that Honda NSX had already finished its production on 2005, so Mugen had to think of a way to purchase "lots of fresh used NSX". Aiming to build the best NSX ever, basically they didn't like the idea to purchase used NSX - a car they have no idea of its true condition. And the other issue was the price. Mugen Civic Type RR was almost twice the price of the base FD2 (4.7million yen to 2.8million), but if Mugen were to purchase used NSXs, restore them, seriously develop new parts and settings, and manufacture NSX-RR (probably using carbon fiber body) being far better than its base NSX-R, their estimated retail price of NSX-RR would be 5-8 times larger than NSX-R (600,000 to 900,000US$). Economic situation already being worse at 2007, Mugen could not find a potential market for NSX-RR of that price range. [NSX-RR Spec] Size: 4,520 x 1,950 x 1,320mm (+90, +140, +160mm to NSX-R) Wheelbase: 2,530mm (same as NSX-R) Engine: modified longitudinal C32B (3.2L V6) Tires: Fr.255/35R18 Rr.335/30R18 (NSX-R: Fr.215/40R17 Rr.255/40R17) [NSX-RR Concept official website by Mugen] http://www.mugen-power.com/automobile/concept/autosalon2009/nsx/index.html




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