Making of RWB USA 993 #5 Rauh-Welt
9 Magazine had a rare opportunity to spend time with Nakai-San of Rauh-Welt Begriff / RWB while he created this 993 Wide-Body mastepiece for a USA Customer. This RWB 993 is #5 in the USA and will be featured in the May / June 2012 issue of 9 Magazine. The process to build this RWB took Nakai-San about a week from start to finish. The parts were shipped ahead of time from Japan and painted to match before he arrived. The wide-body fenders were trial fitted, and then installed after the OE fenders were cut and removed. The front bumper, side skirts, signature whale-tail and wheels were then installed. The finished product is the one of the most wicked and highest quality kits for Porsche available today. It's no wonder RWB is the hottest trend in the industry. Nakai-San's attention to detail and superior craftsmanship is evident at every angle. We would like to thank the owner of #5 and RWB for allowing us the opportunity to make this video. In addition, a special thanks to Kenny and Edmond at Chilly Performance in Tampa.
Nakai San RWB Singapore
Sure, it's been done countless times, but never in Singapore where motoring laws are extremely strict and cars are more expensive than anywhere else in the world. We document the very first RWB here in the Lion City.
RWB in Idlers 12H race.
Team RWB Thailand participates in Idlers Games 12 hours endurance race. Idlers is an amateur club race. Any things goes in this race with minimal requirement. We are a part of 4 cars RWB team. This documentary about our trips and the races. I also took part of this race. so i was shooting and racing at the same time. hope you enjoy this documentary. music Big Jet Plane: Angus & Julia Stone In the Air Tonight : Nonpoint Hoppipolla : Sigur Ros
Akira Nakai San | RWB | 964 Targa | Porsche People
Nakai started Rauh-Welt Begriff (Rough World) as a Porsche tuning company in Chiba, Japan. Since then he has partnered with people around the globe to build his creation locally. The 964 Targa was built in Los Angeles, California. Nakai wanted to create a Targa version as he felt it was very fitting for the environment. He approaches each build as if they were his cars. As an avid Porsche racing driver and builder Nakai San is always living in the present and wants to continue to evolve his craft with each race and build.