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Monday, October 17, 2011
Sunday, May 22, 2011
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Posted by RE-Xtreme at 11:08 PM
NOPRO cracking 1.05 at tsukuba!
The 2.5L block is about 10mm higher creating the volume for the 2.0 head.
Hyper RE-30 are cool!
Nogami-San drives to the track, changing the exhaust before the trip home.
Even without over fenders, the car looks cool.
I think we all know I love NC, so this is a pinnacle car.
Sun Shine was bright on the cool winters day.
Posted by RE-Xtreme at 11:03 PM
Yo! What is that!
Thats new Aero for the NC roadster!
Its got a big duct that leads to the air filter. No need for eyelines here.
The SHIT Cosworth super charger is gone, but cosworth cams remain.
Brightning's car looks like a winner.
On the first track outing for the new setup, balance was jyaku oba- jyaku unda-
But thats what testing is for.
Not many cars in the class, but NC roadsters were about the only cars doing countless laps. The tubo boys only do a few before cooling down. The Roadsters Run all session.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Posted by RE-Xtreme at 10:21 PM
I needed to change this blog.
The mazdaspeed cup cars are pretty cool these days, this white one with Advan RS is great!
But I am not sure what to make of the grey super20.
Wide fenders and front end treatment make this car UGLY!
These are the same car. How can they make one look cool and the other look rediculously blah.
I like galaxy grey and flat black... but come on... this is woeful! and ... I chose the best pic.
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Posted by RE-Xtreme at 11:18 PM
Garage Vary's New bumper is..... NC From a distance... Hmmm.
Up close... Lets talk about ZERO IMAGINATION!!!!
give me 10 seconds to create something better.
Labels: Parts Review
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Posted by RE-Xtreme at 9:58 AM
The roadster returns 2 months later. It re-appeared minus a lot of the choice items but some more detailing.
CE28N were painted body colour (probably to hide some scratches.)
Front bumper was repainted and all the small holes from the number plate and the canards
No Ohlins, No Stereo.
Japanese Auctions are sometimes a chance for someone with money to pick up some parts for free.
Stock or tuned cars are the same cash.
So I guess it makes sense if you can afford to.
Buy a car, remove the parts or exchange for stock and re-sell.
No, I didn't re-buy it.