There is no doubting that Daijiro Inada, the father of the Option family of publications, D1-GP and of course the Tokyo Auto Salon, likes to stand out from the crowds. He prefers to do things differently, probably what originally attracted him to the modified car word in Japan. He can be usually seen rocking up to events and D1 rounds in his new Z34-front Dee's Club RPS13 built by Top Secret, but at Fuji on Sunday he was behind the wheel…
…of the Top Secret Super G-Force 996.
Originally built for the 2008 Tokyo Auto Salon by Nagata-san of Top Secret, Inada-san is now enjoying driving the car. The wide body kit fitted to the 911 features wider aero front fenders and a custom front end conversion.
Things at Top Secret have been quiet as of late with most interest being shifted towards modifying hybrid cars and luxury rides like the Lexus LS.
Like no other Porsche out there!
19-inch Volk Racing RE30s are a great fit for this JDM-ized 911!
The rear end has been widened quite a bit while the venting on each side of the bumper kind of reminds me of an Audi R8.
Top Secret offers the full kit for $12,000 or just under $15,000 if you prefer to go for the half-carbon variant which includes parts like the carbon front diffuser you can see fitted to Inada-san's car.
Fit and finish is of very high standards.
They also do a kit for the Turbo version of the 996 which comes with a pretty large rear spoiler. The perfect option for those Porsche owners that want to be that little bit different!
-Dino Dalle Carbonare