How To Import A JDM Car
Our guide takes you, in step-by-step detail, on exactly how to import your dream car from Japan, and do it the right way.
Ultimate S13 Rocket Bunny Guide
Rocket Bunny is one of the most desirable kits for the S13, we dive into the history of the Pandem line to find out if this is the right aero for your S13. What is Rocket Bunny? Rocket Bunny is a line of aggressively styled aero products for popular JDM car platforms. These aero kits can be compromised of front fenders, rear fenders, sideskirts, ducktail spoiler, fender flares, overfenders, diffusers and canards. The man behind Rocket Bunny / Pandem aero line is Japanese entrepreneur Kei Miura. Rocket Bunny aero products – the brand name is aggressive and grabs your attention and once you take a look at their unique aero kits you will see that they have some extreme ideas to match, they are not just a slick brand name. The flares and spoilers that Rocket Bunny has to offer don’t seem to be targeted at just anybody who loves to go out to the local drift area and cut loose, probably not what you would be bolting on to that missile (drift car set for abuse or learning in that will probably get torn up). These are for someone who wants to turn heads, to grab attention in the pit area and a whole lot of air on the track, while allowing a nice bit of room for your wheels to dance from lock to lock as you slide through a corner. Just have a look at the image below of an S13 with a Rocket Bunny aero kit, it’s sure to pull admiring looks from people on the street, people who aren’t interested in drift or Japanese cars, will probably assume that you are the local drift king or some sort of racer. There is no doubt that these will take some work to fit with overfenders having to be cut in, it will not be as simple as opening the box and screwing these into existing body panels but, again, as you can see below the results can be, enough to turn even the toughest into a little anime girl jumping for excitement. How much does a rocket bunny kit cost? These kits are cool there is no doubt about that, but let’s talk about cost, will you be the coolest looking car that never leaves the workshop because you spent all your gas money on shiny new body panels. S13 240sx Rocket Bunny aero kit Looking at Enjuku Racing’s product lineup, a complete full aero kit for your S13 240sx will set you back $1,260. That includes a front bumper, rear bumper and side skirts. S13 Hatch / 180sx Rocket Bunny aero kit The Rocket Bunny aero kit for the S13 hatch or 180sx that contains front and rear bumpers and sideskirts will set you back $1,260. Rocket Bunny S13 front and rear flares If you are after those iconic Rocket Bunny overfenders (or fender flares) for your S13 you will need to fork out $799. Rocket Bunny S13 hatch trunk spoiler The classic Rocket Bunny trunk…
Ultimate S13 Exhaust Guide
Looking for an S13 exhaust? We list all the popular S13 exhaust systems available today in the ultimate guide to choosing your new S13 exhaust.
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Nissan 180sx Specifications
This page shows the stock specifications of the Nissan 180sx. This should be useful to anybody looking into buying a stock 180sx.
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