Right now my eyes really feel heavy, it’s very difficult to compromise. It is the spirit that makes this finger able to move to keep typing. I’ve been vacuuming for 2 days because there are so many invitations to activities that are difficult to ignore.
Recently I saw a pretty cool model car that comes with a touch of modification, yes, Mazda Rx7 Are you sure this is Mazda RX7, how come it’s different from Han’s Initial D or Fast Farious Tokyo Drift? Yes it is indeed different, because so far we have known more about the latest Mazda Rx7 genes, both in hotwheels and in the Ignition model.
And the models of the cars that are present are the Mazda Rx7 second gen cars, better known as Mazda Savanna RX7 or Mazda fc3s. This Mazda Savanna Rx7 is very special like a special ramen that makes it delicious, tastes great, spicy, fresh, basically yess. Hahaha so talking about ramen, the effect is sleepy and hungry bro.
So this Mazda Savanna RX7 is present in the RE Amemiya modification with its charming racing look. The haunted, ferocious and racing impression is able to blend into one in harmony. Do not need too many graphics, only with sponsor decals can already be a good packaging for harmony that flows.
And do you know that the RE Amemiya modification house is a JDM rotary engine specialist. Founded by Isami Amemiya, RE Amemiya is one of the best & most accomplished tuners in Japan. Many of his creations are unique & kicking off, ranging from a variety of bodykits that make the RX-7’s face transformed, to Furin Kazan, a Westfield-based car with a 13B rotary engine.
Ama-san really made RE Amemiya not only as a home for modification, but also as one of the central figures of the culture of “Rotary” in Japan & the world. Besides that, RE Amemiya also always lowered Mazda in various competitions, from D1GP to JGTC, with very satisfying results.
RE Amemiya since 1995 participated in the Super GT class GT300 championship with RX-7. Even though it’s rare, even the only one who uses a rotary engine in this competition, RE Amemiya finally won it in 2006! And unique … One of the drivers, Shinji Yamaji, now serves as one of the judges in D1GP, where RE Amemiya is also one of the participants.
Ama-san, built this car with a pretty crazy goal: RX7 street-legal is in Japan. Did it work? Yes, by printing 56.8 seconds on the Tsukuba circuit, which makes it one of the fastest street-legal RWD cars in Japan!
Oh yeah, one of Hill.Drimb Ace from Project.D, Keisuke Takahashi, driving the RX-7 which mostly uses RE Amemiya parts, even very similar to mu-7 SPL
Not to forget also to note that RE-Amemiya’s most legendary creations are RX-7 Time Attack mu- 7 SPL, so how can my friends diecast lovers? oh yes, for those of you in the southeast asia region you can contact the unusual43 and for international you can visit herehttp://ig-model.com/distributersandretailers/