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Old 10-02-2012, 03:42 PM   #1
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Rocket Bunny FRS in Dubai

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Old 10-02-2012, 03:52 PM   #2
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That is Kei Miuras personal FR-S. The picture was taken in Japan I believe.

Everything he creates just oozes style. Love it.
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Old 10-02-2012, 04:02 PM   #3
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There you go! Thanks for the update on the car. I'd love to see a side shot, looks like he rocking some oldschool.
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wow it looks extremely aggressive
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mehhhhhhhhhh

looks tacky. front fenders are cool, the rest of it is hideous IMO. don't think I'll be spending 6-8k to make the car look worse.
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Old 10-02-2012, 04:21 PM   #6
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There you go! Thanks for the update on the car. I'd love to see a side shot, looks like he rocking some oldschool.
If I recall correctly it's on BBS RS mesh wheels.
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Old 10-02-2012, 04:24 PM   #7
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I'll take the ST205 sitting behind it.
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There you go! Thanks for the update on the car. I'd love to see a side shot, looks like he rocking some oldschool.
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Nice. Similar traits to his other cars, yet this is a bit more aggressive.
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Old 10-02-2012, 05:12 PM   #11
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with this kit you better back it up with more power
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I don't get people who put that kind of wheel setups (stretched look). Someone tell me why this is so attractive?
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Stretched tires. From what I know it started back in the late 80's as a way to stiffen up the sidewalls on cheaper tires and has turned into sort of a tuning style.
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The only reason I see to stretch these days is if you're planning to run wheels that are entirely too aggressive for your fenders at your ride height. This guy probably doesn't want to break off his pretty new body panels. I'm curious about the wheel specs.
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The only reason I see to stretch these days is if you're planning to run wheels that are entirely too aggressive for your fenders at your ride height. This guy probably doesn't want to break off his pretty new body panels. I'm curious about the wheel specs.
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Stretched tires. From what I know it started back in the late 80's as a way to stiffen up the sidewalls on cheaper tires and has turned into sort of a tuning style.
Thanks for the information. I didn't know about the history behind it. It bleeds my eyes whenever I see them. Personal preference of course.
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Stretched tires, when used with a purpose is for drifting. The smaller sidewall gives better response when applying throttle to the rear tires when breaking them loose. Less flex in the sidewall is ideal.
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Looks nice. It's probably just me but the rear wheels look like 18s with fatter tires. while the front look like 19s. But I'm probably mistaken.
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What wheels are those? Specs?
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What wheels are those? Specs?
BBS Style 5's? confirm someone?
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BBS Style 5's? confirm someone?
I love the kit, could never rock it myself, but im scouring the earth to find some 16's in custom offsets, So far all I have come up with is SSR SP1r's and works Meisters..

someone must have made a build thread somewhere about this thing?!
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