Japanese Cars You Need to Buy Now! |Top 10 Jdm Cars
THIS IS A RE-UPLOAD SMASH LIKE BUTTON!!! Thanks Best Japanese Imports First starting off there are too many JDM cars to get an exact top ten. There are many more great cars such as Mugen/Type R Civic's, dc2 Integra's and classic Nissan's and Toyota's.This is strictly my opinion . There are so many make and models that can vary from person to person depending on if you want to build a Stanced/Slammed car, drift car or drag car. What do you Think should be in the top ten? 10:Toyota Ae86 9:Nissan 240sx 8:Honda s2000 7:Nissan Z Line 6:Subaru Sti 5:Mitsubishi Evo 4:Mazda rx7 3:Toyota Supra 2:Honda/Acura NSX 1:Nissan Skyline Support the Artist: SONG1: Rules:I'mpatient (yahtzel remix) SONG2:Tourist-Your Girl DONT FORGET TO SUPPORT THE ORIGINAL CHANNELS THEY WILL BE INCLUDED ON THE VIDEO CLIPS
Bisimoto tuning of a K20, ITB'd Acura Integra
This is a tuning sweep, after a partial throttle tune, of a show quality Acura Integra owned by ATS Anh. Tuned at Bisimoto on an AEM EMS, this stock "bottom-end" K20 has Bisimoto inspired Kinsler individual throttle bodies (ITBs), valvetrain, stock head ports, N2 cams, 440cc injectors, 3" Exhaust, and a 255 lph fuel pump. This simple, and extremely beautiful, setup netted an amazing 241whp and 162 ft/lbs of torque. Rumor has it that ITB's do not offer excellent drivability. Since Bisimoto honed its roots in individual runner technology, this vehicle, like many ITB setups from Bisimoto, drives like a dream, with amazing partial throttle response and drivability. This vid also has a strange cameo at the end.
Car Life: The Eternal Integra Type-R – SingularEntity.com
From his early high school days Phil had always been a big fan of the Acura Integra. The natural progression of his car life would to achieve the epitome of the Integra family – the Type R. His 1997 Integra Type R would eventually become his own starting from basic modifications to the JDM front end. Over time this car would endure the same rough roads together but Phil knew that in the end, they were all going to be OK – this is his Car Life story. Special thanks to Philip Thi & Ken Liu Follow us: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/singularentity Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/singularentitycom