My kind of crib yo!
Pics via Super Street
“…under that factory bonnet you’ll find the stock B16A fitted with a Trust turbo. Later this month, the crew is expecting delivery of a Quaife 6-speed sequential transmission, but it won’t be mated to that 1.6L. Instead, a built 2.0L B-series is in the works with power goals in the 350 to 400hp range… ultimately they’d like to compete in a hill climb event in Germany this year, if the stars are kind enough to properly align.”
Now THAT is something I would like to see!
When ever I think of a B series with a sequential transmission, I think of this battle:
Execution is key.
Miura-san knows how his Rocket Bunny’s should look and flow.
On a side note, I can only imagine that the white EG6 in the background is the same car he put together for the Tokyo Auto Salon 2018 [pictures via Aaron Mai Media]
Little does Miura-san know that his outfits have set a fashion statement for me. I know a lot of Japanese folks rock coveralls, especially the ones who are into the car culture. I’ve been collecting coveralls of all types of brands and colors for awhile now, long before I knew he existed. Since I have been inspired by him, I have nostalgic thoughts and feelings when ever I put on a coverall. Ever since I got into Japanese culture, I’ve always loved how they turn any type of clothing into a fashionable trend. I feel that fashion is anything you’re comfortable wearing.
I’ll end it with some throwback pics of the OG Runners suited up: