Raising A Middle Finger: The Freakin Works Z32
Onikyan Craziness

You may have noticed a sudden increase in ‘squashed’ cars here on Speedhunters. That’s what I jokingly like to call rides exhibiting the polarising style of dialing in silly amounts of negative camber to achieve what the Japanese call onikyan, or devil camber.

It’s more out of coincidence than anything else, as I ended up coming across a lot of cambered rides at the recent StanceNation show in Odaiba. But the car you see here is one I’ve been waiting to feature for quite some time.

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I came across Sasaki-san’s Z32 Nissan Fairlady Z at Offset Kings during the past summer when it was still very much a work in progress. The extreme negative camber was there, but both front and rear fenders weren’t finished – they were missing entirely.

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We chatted on Instagram for a while and came to the agreement that as soon as the car was at a point where he was happy with it, Sasaki-san would message me. That happened a few weeks back, and we set a date, time and location to meet up at. If you’ve followed me here on Speedhunters over the years you may know that this isn’t exactly the first onikyan-style car I’ve featured. There have been many, starting with those cool VIP machines that Bee Dragon churns out on a yearly basis. But Sasaki-san’s Fairlady is a bit different. To put it simply, it’s not as polished as the car’s I’ve shown you in the past.

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Whether that’s a good thing or not could be debated all day without resolve, but it is nonetheless a take on this curious style that I wanted to investigate more. The best way I can describe it is ‘grassroots’ onikyan, if that even makes any sense? By this I mean that the car is built out of pure passion, sacrifice and a need to be different. It’s not a big budget build that wants to impress at shows, but it attempts a similar style with a slightly different approach. When Sasaki-san rolled up to the Hakone Turnpike entrance I almost flinched in fear. I literally heard the car three minutes before I actually saw it. Open headers will do that though… And if the noise wasn’t enough, the Nissan was bottoming out on every minuscule bump on the road, with lots of other miscellaneous rubbing noises thrown in for good measure.

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Sasaki-san was a bit late as he had a run in with the police on the highway after they spotted the tube-frame prototype front bumper he had fabricated. The JDM cops weren’t impressed and made him remove it on the spot, but funnily enough they weren’t concerned by the stealthy position of the front plate nor the angle the wheels were set to.

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And they let him go, which I’m sure many of you will be amazed to hear. Luckily for me too as I had spent a long two hours sitting in crappy weekend traffic to make it down to the mountains, curious to find out what it is that makes people go for this style.

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Sasaki-san fabricated his own front fenders, first cutting them and then welding flares in place with a whole new radius, big enough to contain the massive -101 offsets of the Mickey Thompson Classic wheels fitted.

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Yes, -101 – you read that correctly! The 15-inch wheels measure 12-inch across at all four corners and are fitted with super-stretched Kenda 205/55R15 tyres to achieve that much cherished tayazuri look, or when the sidewall sits flush with the lip of the fender. In this case, that flushness is a little more flush than it needs to be, especially over bumps, when often the rubbing is so bad it actually cracks the bodywork paint.

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The car runs HKS adjustable dampers and super-hard 70kg/mm springs from 326 Power in order to eliminate any sort of piston movement or shock absorption. The more Sasaki-san told me about his car and what he’s done to it, the more confused I became.

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I mean, I totally get that some people prefer to take a form over function approach, but when even the form is questionable, well, it was hard to understand…

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But I’m not one to judge – I simply observe what’s going on around me as an unbiased observer. And so that is what I continued to do, taking in all of the other details. Like the rear wheels for example, which are set at -15 degrees of camber, -1.5 degrees more than the fronts.

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Sasaki-san shaped and welded in place a more pronounced flaring to the cut rear fenders.

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I had to get down low to show you guys just what sort of contact patch this king of negative camber generates. Only half of the tyre is being used, so that would make it a 102.5 section, which is pretty much scooter size. Sasaki-san painted the car himself for the time being, but this is something that will be addressed once he’s totally happy with the custom bodywork’s fit and finish.

A Z32 Like You Have Never Seen
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Sasaki-san’s main focus has been to get the car 90 per cent complete and worry about the small parts later. Like the exhaust for example. Quite simply, at this low ride height there’s no space to run pipes from the VG30 up front, so the solution might have to be some high-mounted side pipes, which will hopefully silence the thing down a tad too.

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In a nod to kyusha and general bosozoku style, the Z32’s rear spoiler was taken off the rear gate and mounted upside down beneath the car as a sort of pseudo diffuser.

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The questionable touches might be too much for some to digest, but they’re what give cars modified in this fashion their essence.

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Sasaki-san built this Z32 to get noticed, and I don’t think anyone could deny he’s achieved that. He was quick to stick the #FEATURECAR seal of approval on his windscreen as soon as I handed it to him.

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He also rocks his team’s name, Freakin Works, which you can look up on Instagram. If you can’t quite get your head around this style, I suggest you do that too, because after a flick through their pictures it made me begin to understand it all. Call it camaraderie, a sense of belonging and that energy you get when you know you are part of a group that share the same ideas and tastes as you. Think about it in this way and it doesn’t really matter what you are doing with your cars. As long as you can run together with your buddies and pass the time doing what you like, who the hell is anyone to judge?

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But I wasn’t satisfied; I wanted to find out more so I asked to have a look under the bonnet. The hinomaru (Japanese flag) had a bit of an impact when I first lifted the Z32’s hood, and I instantly felt that this group of kids have pride for what they do; like they are the ambassadors of their own very unique sense of style.

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There wasn’t much to see in the engine department. The VG30 in its turbocharged form is quite an exciting powerplant with a lot of potential, but this naturally aspirated DE version had 230PS when it came fresh from the factory, so in its ‘well used’ state and running only headers that figure’s probably dropped a fair bit.

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The more I looked at the car, the more I drew parallels with the VIP scene where details are pushed to the limits for the sole reason of getting a reaction.

Bosozoku Meets Dekotora
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The style-oriented feel of this Z32 is very much carried over into the interior where trim and accessories have been added to create what can only be described as a coherent look.

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The pixelated team name is even plastered across the instrument binnacle.

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A pair of Bride reclinable buckets replace the stock Nissan seats and contrast heavily against the white vinyl that was chosen to spice up the dash, transmission tunnel and door cards.

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The best addition of them all is the extended shifter knob, probably borrowed from a Dekotora truck!

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Sasaki-san has decorated the rest of the cabin with stickers that hint at the fact that Japanese car guys continue to look abroad for ideas and inspiration. The two screwed-on hardware hooks are there to stop convenience store plastic bags from flying around the cabin.

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But for all the visual impact that a car like this is able to generate while parked up, nothing can quite prepare you for actually seeing it move under its own power – sparks flying and with plenty of rubbing and scraping sounds.

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The looks this thing must generate when it drives pretty much anywhere must be seen to be believed. Even all the tourists that were passing and stopping by had ‘WTF?’ sorts of looks plastered across their faces.

But you know what, just hit play above and see for yourselves…

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After spending some time with Sasaki-san and his car, I have to say that I do ‘get it’ now. Well, I think I do at least. These guys are after attention, be it good or bad. They want to shock and confuse and are always trying to come up with louder ways to do so.

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Mixed reactions are a given, and I’m sure the comments section below will be filled with remarks like ‘it’s plain dangerous,’ ‘it’s stupid,’ and ‘it has no sense.’

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But then you take a second and you realise that those reactions are exactly what guys like Sasaki-san and his Freakin Works team want. Their job is done when they get a response.

Dangerous? Sure. Pointless? Definitely. But they just couldn’t care less…

Dino Dalle Carbonare
Instagram: speedhunters_dino
dino@speedhunters.com

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1

poor z32.

2

If cars like get a feature, I want to see more 90's saxos and fiestas with fibreglass kits on 18" chrome wheels too, just to cover the tasteful modifications spectrum ;) just getting the fire going haha!

3

I think it looks great, hopefully more additions are to come soon! Keep up with these great features man.

4

Would be a lot better with like -50 offset instead of -100. The front and rear fenders are waaaay too much.

5
turbo BEAMS ae86

why god!!!

This surely catch the eye, must say...impressive..

6

This thing is amazing. Love it!

7

Yankee shift knob?

8

That almost gives Kawashima's Onikyan Celica a run for its money...
Hell of a feature @speedhunters_dino

9

just aint care!

10

Funny, I was just looking into getting an almost idnetical set of M/T wheels for my truck. Can't say I agree with the ideals behind this style; I liken it to Internet trolls, but nonetheless, this guy has obviously put his time and money into this car, and I can respect that if anything.

11

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Becauseracetruck

Look at all these people hating...........lol. Great feature Dino. Those rolling shots are mad man. Now the 15x12 -101 are ridiculously awesome. Looks like fun.

13

This thing is insane. And don't ask if I mean that in a positive or negative way, because I don't know either. It just is. And that's probably the point of it.

14

here comes the hate from the troll; I wish I could borrow the keys to that car. Then I would fire up the engine, grab the transparent dildo and off we go. In the first bend I would loose control and total it into a tree. The owner comes running in his tight trousers. What are you doing?!! he screams. To calm him down I gently force him down the transparent dildo now protruding through the windscreen. The initial pain slowly turns into a large grin and he starts to jerk off his tiny dick. Being a merciful guy I soak them both in gasoline and offers him a smoke.
Kind regards Jonas Maurstad

15

Those stickers are never going to come off lmao

16

JakWhite And I think I prefer eurotuning instead of this stupid negative camber thing.

Modify the car as you wish, but the wheels are made to touch the road.

17

jonas maurstad  Tell us what you really think

18

I wish the cops were that lenient in Sydney!

19

.... not important what I think about these cars....... although I don't get it (shamelessly admitting it)......... but I am actually interested in what it looks like BEHIND those wheels........ just trying to find out what's all bent to hell and ruined under there

**squeezes opinion in anyway** LOL

20

Jack Gordon JakWhite actually tires are made to touch the road, and in this case they are. if your wheels are touching the road, somethings wrong.

21

This feature definitely tugs at my heart strings... My first car was a z32 300zx-- black with black leather interior. Every time I see one I'm reminded of it. Even in this condition, I can't help but say that I love Sasaki-san's z32. You just don't see too many of them anymore... Sasaki-san is carrying a torch that very few carry nowadays, and for that I respect him. 

Thanks, Dino.

22
ADimitriRoumeliotis

This car in Australia would cost $5000 to build. Maybe.
And it's featured on SH.
Job done.

23

Fugly and ridiculous, but I love it. Couldn't do it to my own cars but I bet its a blast to drive around (slowly). Props to the builder for keeping it fun and to his own taste.

24

altjacobs Jack Gordon JakWhite learn something new every day!

25
KaptnMcSupergeil

Not roadworthy. That's all that comes to my mind. 

Don't care about style or taste or a lack of either. I just wonder how stuff like that can be legally driven on public roads.

26

This car looks like crap and I don't see the point in it being on Speedhunters. Plenty of us have seen kids ruin their car with too much camber.

27

ADimitriRoumeliotis Um, knock a zero off that. You could almost get an N/A one of these for free, same with those wheels. It's cool nonetheless....and props to the Japanese police for not being a-holes(maybe they should have been as it's probably quite dangerous, but so what.)

28

beetfarmer1989 "Old Man Yells At Cloud"

29

Speedhunters wtf, again? --'
dude might aswell sell the VG and get some weaker engine in the car. He won't need it for hard-parking

30

SpeedHunters needs to stop looking for justification in their car/culture spotlights.  I lived in Japan for 10 yrs and people take pride in creating their own identity.  
Cars are cheap(plentiful) and an easy way to express yourself. That trickles down into there bikes,scooters,hair clothes etc.  They"re not asking you to "get it". I find Japan doesn't critique and criticize style on a personal level. Here we are ready to jump on the bandwagon and put people down.
Having no opinion is the greatest respect you can give a person.  He doesn't care if you care or not.
It's not about respect from the community, or a feature on a website it's about being creating an identity....and this is this guys.

31

I'm not gonna or anything. I just have one question regarding this type of car that I obviously don't love... How safe are they on the road? I'm looking for a straigh forward honest answer.

32

One thing I am interested in is the rear steering for better handling these cars have, looking closely at the video when it's wheeling the parking lot it looks to still be active, should have deleted it to get better stance man!

33

This stuff needs to stop being on Speedhuners. The site use to and still often does offer proper quality content but this is just a drop and wheels. Vile paint and yes it will be fixed but this is a spotlight, not build thread. It's just a drop and wheels, nothing more, it's a cheap build and nothing special or even worthy a 2nd look. I expect better than this from you guys.

34

The car is super functional....

it literally works so well, look at all the negative and hate comments. It has and always will work perfectly, with the soul purpose of making people angry and hate. There are plenty of Z32s in the world and what's the difference of doing this to one or leaving it to rust in a driveway? If can't see that you're just whining

35

DriftingMindz_JP  don't know, I shouldn't care as its not my car nor on my side of the world, lets just hope this car doesn't get into an accident and kill someone, I'd love to see the defence in court try and explain why the owner has fitted 205 wide tyres to 12" rims when the tyre manufacturer clearly states no wider than 7's or something. Then they'll move onto the suspension etc. It's only a matter of time before this stuff becomes illegal. Cops in the UK are already wising up on the subject.

36
Patrick Kilcoyne

I really hope he doesn't repaint the car because I feel like an immaculate paint job would take a fair bit of the cool factor and throw it right out the window.

37

i totally respect the direction of the modification,.. but we already have a website for those kind of cars.
please don't make SH a copy of that website.

please emphasize the 'speed' in speedhunters..

very nice photos though,...
i'm still blown away with the miniature article...

38
Fifty5engineering

Middle finger acknowledged. 

There is an evolving target for what is cool and what is not. Pretty sure this Z is not.

More speed and less of "that" please.

39
jbfromsiliconvalley

That does it...I'm gonna design a protective underbody skid plate for stanced cars. I'm gonna make millions. Anybody wanna give me seed funding?

40
Danger_Drew_4h30

You guys just gave the Z's owner enough salt to season his food for a year. He has to be thankful for that.

41

This car is definitely interesting. I just think it's kinda dumb when you have just little part of your tire touching the road. It's just unsafe to both driver and others on the road. But all in all its a nice car that's definitely different. Great job

42

So what's next? This?

43
ADimitriRoumeliotis

Spaghetti ADimitriRoumeliotis
Yeah, they're cheap, but not that cheap.
For starters, its manual.
Same as the wheels, yes, old wide ford wheels like these are pretty cheap in 8", but not in 10", and definitely not 12.
coils, custom springs, various other stuff. $5000 is about right, but I get what you mean.

44

If they just don't care so much, why do they want literally any reaction so badly? Y'all can say all you want about "car culture" and respect and all that, but I always find it hard to respect people who NEED attention, good or bad. And that's not just talking about cars.
I mean seriously, LeMons cars have tons of character, but I don't see many features on that. It feels like a third of the posts on here are about overfenders, the purity of a static drop, or demon camber. 
I'm just happy to see a post about this where the car is actually moving. What cars were meant to do.

45

M_Kevin entitled the same "Raising A Middle Finger: The Freakin Wood Works" text containing self justification for ruining the car, don't hate me because I modified my car the way I like.

46

Glad to see this car finished, looks wicked! Its always surprising to see the amount of hate stanced cars get. Love em Dino keep the articles coming!

47

Maybe you just don't understand the amount of fabrication involved in running that much camber. Or the fabrication involved in the fender work. It's not your fault. You're just ignorant to that sort of thing. Hardly just a drop and wheels.

48

M_Kevin Next? It's clearly already been done.

49

ADimitriRoumeliotis Spaghetti They say he has 70kg rated springs for no shock absorption or piston movement. So there goes that cost....just run a steel rod for a strut and a couple $k, LOL. I'm just kidding anyway, I don't hate it, but it's just on that other side of the line....just.

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No comment...

51

kphillips9936 but but but but......that's a comment????

52

been there done that. I just grew up.

53

I seriously thought from this opening photo this was a part 2 of the model/rc article. Boy....
Was I wrong. Not my cup up tea but happy motoring!

54

Great job as always, Dino! I have to come foward and say I am a huge fan of your work. From the comments is seems that almost no one read or understood Paddy's article regarding the self-entitled generation. I wish more people would perceive cars and car culture the way you/SPEEDHUNTERS do. Looking forward to another article of yours! 

PS: After following speedhunters for years I bought my first DSLR and I am visiting Japan in April ( ^..^)ノ Hopefully I will learn at least some photography basics by then :D

55

Japanese call http://www.speedhunters.com/tag/onikyan/, or devil camber. Yes Oni means demon or devil and Kyan is short for Camber, but Oni means extreme. Trust me this car like all the other cars are fun and games until the JP's or Japanese Police see it. Instant ticket. Unknown to many here Japan has strict rules to cars ironically. Like the ridiculous tires must not exceed past the fenders. This car has over fenders. Well then they look at the title and actually fuckin measure the with of your car and height as well.

56

I am definitely one of the stable that see the "Please sir, I seem to have fallen and cannot get back up" kind of pity for the car, and given the opportunity to have only seen a picture or two alone, I would have simply passed on by with only a sympathetic well-wish for a model I admire.
However, this is why I love having Speedhunters in my life. Given the chance to go a little more in-depth with the car - and it's owner - I begin to find some relation to the project, and details I would have otherwise missed out on I am picking up on. Despite it looking like a rattle-can job, the orange/red is incredibly (unprofessional, but-) appealing, the pseudo-diffuser spoiler is very interesting, that plush white-and-black interior, and seeing the drilled rims on a Z32 has given me some ideas of projects of my own.
The camber craze isn't for me, as well as the intentional affronting. But I respect those that do it for themselves.

57

You would think if your car was going to be featured on SH, you'd at least give it a vacuum.

58

I would understand this camber gang thing to be on old buses, vans, and taxi cabs, but not a Z32. A Z32 deserves respect

59

Speedhunters can avoid all the negativity and arguments by getting rid of the comment section...
The owners of the featured cars can have their day and the disrespect from the angry readers can go unheard.

60

I've been waiting patiently for a Speedhunters look into LeMons for a long time now.

61

Maybe he doesn't give a sh*t

62

MPistol Agreed, the only reason I looked a the feature was to see how they've achieved that much camber.

63

I love it.  Forget the rules and have fun.  That's all that matters!

64

Awesome! This article is a big piece of inspiration for me, thanks!

65

M_Kevin Is that a "Woodie"?

66

DriftingMindz_JP It's probably mildly safe as long as you don't accelerate abruptly, drive slow and it doesn't rain.

67

ryukyustriker But it says he was pulled over and let go.....can't have been too concerned with the majority of the car.

68

Why is the junk pile on Speedhunters?

69

Spaghetti lol makes you wonder if he read the article at all

70

I would never do this to my Z but i follow this guy on IG and i dunno something about this just memorises me. @dino hope you guys can feature more Z32's @yuichi_katoh on IG i reckon deserves a look...pwease
https://www.instagram.com/p/-iIwzrIaCt/

71

If some of you got mad or confused after seeing the car, then the modification is actually......Freakin Works.

72

Trying too hard...

73

Dino, your work is top class and will forever bring inspiration to the select few that "get it". Some are not even into onikyan but still understand the attitude. 
These articles represent something that is so honest about the owners' views, and it beats the shit out of any "rice" or "look what i've stuck to my car" or even the dreaded "I don't have a modified car but i'm going keyboard warrior on your ass" examples that exist out there in this socially diverse world we live in.

"the car is built out of pure passion, sacrifice and a need to be different" is a statement very few understand and feel and relate to. To cut through the daily bullshit, poke a stick at it and taunt a response out of it. 

Originality is key and at the end of the day, there's no such thing as bad publicity. This guy and his Z32 have a feature on SpeedHunters. So he wins. You can stop your internal dialogue now.

74

Wow 

I'm normally pretty open minded but I am really struggling with this one. I could understand a spotlight on this thing but a feature? I understand that this is a budget build but there are a lot of people out there with less money who make a lot better cars. I'm really struggling to find any redeeming features in this car. It's not even the Onikyan that puts me off, I enjoy an onikyan build if the rest of the car is quality i.e The Bee Dragon Cars. This car really is just poorly built IMO.

This is the equivalent of the kid with their first car who straps an extra exhaust tip to it, not connected to the actual engine in any way, because they think it looks cool.

I'm sure you won't read this but I have a lot of respect for you, and this site Dino, I always look forward to your posts as they usually have some awesome cars from the Motherland. Speedhunters covers all areas of car culture and I love a good grassroots feature but, IMO this car does not deserve to be featured. IMO it cheapens the Speedhunters brand because, like it or not, being featured on Speedhunters has become the equivalent of having your car featured in a popular automotive publication. This really makes me question, is this a caliber of vehicle that it takes to get featured on Speedhunters?

From the way you have defensively worded your feature, It reads like you are really unsure about the answer to this question yourself. I probably shouldn't have clicked on this article but seeing this car featured on Speedhunters, it really does feel like a middle finger directed at me as a fan. Big Ups to the owner on eliciting such a respone I guess...

Look forward to your next article Dino, I hope you take this for what it is. Honest feedback from a fan.

75

With over 60 comments....lmao. Desired impact accomplished.
Dope style, very uhmm cartoon like. Great rolling visual statement . Japan is all about individuality. I feel this car almost made it to the 'more than the sum of all parts' catagory.

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Subscribed to Freakin Works

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lets promote unsafe and dangerous car mods, ye, right.

78

KenzoPons then why did anyone expect us to give a shit about a poorly made and probably poorly repaired car

79

Option13 that's because only shares, likes and +1s matter to the new gen kids, not how good the car's handling or comfort is

80

In all honesty if I had a Z32 I'd be making an IMSA nod but, this isnt my car. Fair play to the guy for making something that looks as though it has jumped out of a cartoon! Those wheels are amazing, not the camber they sit at but the offset. Surely the only person that can say whether this is safe or not is the guy who built it but I honestly cant see him going for any land speed records, or attacking the esses at Suzuka next time he is in the area... its a show off car, simple

This is car culture at large......

81

TurboHippie the Z32 is one of the most beautiful cars that Japan gave us in the last 30 years. WHY ruin it

82

turning circle is a bit crap...

83

@open your eyes I'll be honest to a massive extent I agree with you entirely. The Z32 is one of my childhood heroes, watching these things storm the IMSA series was incredible. I still have my Tamiya RC IMSA in racing colours which I still adore to this day but I cant sit here and judge a man to the Nth degree for doing what he wants to with HIS car. Lord, when I go to some of the classic mini shows here in the UK I shudder at people who butcher the hell out of their minis with chopped tops, de-seaming and ridiculous exhausts that I would never even consider doing to my Cooper but, its their choice. Anyhow, this is an argument that will rant on everytime the speedhunters post some thing like this that goes too far one way, just, oh... never mind...

84

This is cool in the same sense that playing with pyrotechnics while drunk is cool.

85

TurboHippie Yeah! My Dad had the Stillen Z RC Car, it sits on a shelf here at work. Ridiculously wide foam rear tyres. And it still works. I need to dig it out again.

86

Not my cup of tea at all really, the main problem i have with it is that its a dangerous car in multiple ways im surprised its allowed on the road really, i cant imagine how it would drive in anything but bone dry conditions. 

Its cool in a sense if you like that kind of thing each to there own and all that.

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JakWhite M_Kevin I don't hate the person that modified the car, I bet him and his friends had a big laugh working on it and now driving it but I just don't think that this sort of low quality builds belong on speedhunters.

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Spaghetti M_Kevin next to be featured on speedhunters

89

koko san M_Kevin yeah that the new rocket woodie kit :D

90

Comments are hillarious. The owner,  i'm sure, could care less. Thanks for the feature Dino. The variety of stuff you guys feature is what I like about Speedhunters - it's nothing to get in a sweat about!

Don't let the hatrers get you down :)

91

"Dos Dedos Mis Amigos" :)
I have always had a soft spot for a z32.
I'd rather see 100 people go their own way and do their own thing with their cars (and sometimes balls it up) then see another 10 carbon copy WRXs/fiesta ST's with the same drop, the same bill, same body kit and the same wheels... Copying another's style or build-ethic isn't cool, it doesn't make you cool because you look like everyone else, it makes you have no impact whatso ever.
It's not the cost of parts that will kill the scene, it's the lack of diversity.
Anyway,
This thing is nuts! while the paint has more peel then a orange, it's clear the work that's going into the car means that won't last long. Also, where and how does he park this in Japan? I'm guessing those Bar riser coin parking lots don't really accommodate a z32 (which is wide anyway...) with that sort of camber.
Isn't he running a blood poisoning risk from running the car sans exhaust?!

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I don't have to be an unbiased observer, I have a keyboard lol. I don't like it.

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jdub82 "North Americans are ready to jump on the bandwagon and put people down." Because in Japan they don't subscribe to fads and cliques.

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@Milano  If Speedhunters featured my pile, i would want the hate and tears as validation. Compliments are meaningless when you build something for yourself.

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I love it! Cool kids.

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TYIXP Thanks for the positive feedback!

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@SDF But that's the point of his build, going beyond extreme with the fitment

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tunerguy21 Yankee as in the Japanese Yankee (read: rednecks) not individuals from the US ;) lol

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@Guest Almost? I'd say it wins! Whatever happened to that car I wonder though

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@Owen Variety, it's good for you, embrace it ;)

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Becauseracetruck Thanks man, love to get people's panties in a twist. Knew this car would :D

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Jagdroach Just take it as it it....lol

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BT180 Yeh it was pretty crazy!

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MPistol usually a highly guarded secret!

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Option86 Thanks for the positive comment!

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ADimitriRoumeliotis "would" hints at a possibility or an assumption. Sasaki-san got off his butt and made it a reality. Piss enough people off and make a statement and we'll feature your car. Maybe. ;)

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MrTanuki Exactly. Each to their own.

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KaptnMcSupergeil #becausejapan ?

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pedro_tostaa Speedhunters So much negativity ....

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jdub82 Uhm..not sure I entirely agree with your there. He seemed to be pretty stoked to have the car featured and happier for the potential hate that would follow...

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DriftingMindz_JP Very not safe. lol

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Silberpfeil It's pushing a very misunderstood scene. It's not like we are saying you should go out and do the same, we are just showing you what's happening in Japan. You aren't meant to take it so diffusively you know...

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Emptypie :)

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RullyAgungP Variety....

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Fifty5engineering See the content I have for you guys this month and then average it all out at the end of the year. Variety is key... Enjoy it all I say

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jbfromsiliconvalley Fukin A, I'll invest in your venture lol

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Danger_Drew_4h30 No salt in Japan, just soy sauce!

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M_Kevin Oh, MDF on cars? That already happens in Japan, it's called Kaido Racers ;) Neeeeext

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deebideebi :)

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Spaghetti kphillips9936 lol

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Spaghetti kphillips9936 lol

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Pavel K Thanks buddy! And enjoy Nihon!

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ryukyustriker He got stopped and they didn't ticket him. No sure what you are getting at. They are struct when they are one their safety bullshit road campaigns which are just excuses to generate extra cash. Same stuff that happens anywhere else....

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HunterHunted Thanks man!

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Stubsnz Hey I read all the comments that get posted :)  We all have our views on this, some get upset, some get it, some don't and some even seem to love it. I'm just attempting to show the diversity that I come across in Japan so you can take that as you like. I'm sure if you look at what I have coming this month, presenting you guys with variety is always very high on my agenda and Japan certainly has a lot of it... Thanks for your comment!

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@open your eyes again, dude, if you are going to hate....try a more attention-worthy way. Nobody is paying attention to you ;)

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TurboHippie #becausetoomuchnegcamber

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@naim That is pretty funny lol

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tommyzoom99 #muchoversteer

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day_old_tofu They don't. I was expecting it, partly the reason I decide to shoot this thing. Love stirring emotions and sentiment up a bit as people take cars too seriously sometimes lol

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TarmacTerrorist He's from Nagano, he's got no issues with space as we city folks do in over cramped tokyo. The paint finish is probably more cellulite than orange peel IMO but I see that you otherwise get the point of it all :)

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speedhunters_dino i'm still right. this is fkin dangerous, even if you're too hip to confess.

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zero fks given, this is the kind of people car culture needs!

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Love it, id rather see this sick stance on the 300zx then the wannabe Ferrari look alike or even worse still fitted with one of those over sized early model rear spoilers

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I just don`t understand it .. If it`s as shallow as "getting attention - good or bad" that.. yea, well.. I can take off all my cars panels, stick some bananas and apples to it.. And go into streets beings happy that others react to me..

In a sense of style - I dont judge of course.. Do to your car whatever the fuck you want.. But I just dont dig the concept of negatove camber... I`ts dreadful to look at it for me..

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Oh how I wish someone would do this to an R34... now THAT would really bring the pain.

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Normally I'm a live and let live kind of person but I just can't stop looking at the 60 degree seat lug nuts used on a mag wheel... 
You can see the recess for the washer in his wheel. This is far more dangerous than his camber by far because it means two things. A the contact patch between the nut and wheel is nearly non-existent and he either had to change wheel studs or there are only 3-5 threads holding each nut on.

Props for thinking outside the box but if this was posted on a forum he'd be lit up faster than the burning man.

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This is quite an interesting article here on Speedhunters... I consider myself as a very open minded person. But I noticed I had to push myself to keep on reading and watching. The main reason for that is that I totally accept 'onikyan' as long as the rest of the build has some quality to it. The horrible paint job doesn't stroke with that. But that only means that it doesn't add up with my personal taste. That's not really a way to judge things others create in my opinion.

Besides, the sentence "By this I mean that the car is built out of pure passion, sacrifice and a need to be different". Just in life, I can totally relate to that. Looking at their Instagram page, I think I do understand now… 

All in all, I like people that take pride in being different or controversial. For that I applaud Speedhunters for featuring this.
It is still not really my taste though :-) .

And Dino, I am always looking forward to your stories and photos and they are recognizable as being yours ;-) .

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speedhunters_dino M_Kevin haha really? but it's not wiedly used i assume?  or is it?! :D

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Kill it with fire.

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ok, now we can go. te he

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If by building this car, the owner metaphoricaly raises the middle finger at the people who dislike such mods (as the title of the article suggests), then he shouldn't be surprised if he gets the same response from those people. What a disgusting thing... A car apparently built not for handling, speed, not even for beauty - just to get attention... How pitiful.

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speedhunters_dino DriftingMindz_JP  accidents happen anywhen, anyhow. Likelihood is if this is for fun, he drives it "for fun" and we know what that means "dangerously"

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speedhunters_dino jdub82

I was generalizing. It wasn't directed at him.
I've been following Speed Hunters for a while and am glad to see the real JDM scene spotlighted. Everything on the ragged edge with whatever you got. 
Kudos @speedhunters_dino
I use to tool around in a GTST similar to this style in Uni there in 01.  Camber wasn't a big scene yet but you could see the different styles start to mix from VIP and Bozouzoku.  JDM was always evolving but seems to be pigenholed into LW, and RWB. It's good for the industry but takes away from the pre internet days when Japan was mysterious, crazy island with crazy ideas.  (That's what I thought of it anyway lol)
Glad you were able to Hunt this one out.

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@Adam because keiichi tsuchiya likes it

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Yossarian Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Don't be such a sook!

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Axle Riser Agreed. Nothing worse than "could care less" in the way most Americans use it....it literally makes no sense.

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Axle Riser I've seen some ER34 sedans with lots of neg camber

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tarik_tjs Thanks man! Got a ton of stuff coming this month, lots of different stuff!

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2+2, no big loss..

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speedhunters_dino RullyAgungP sure Dino, still gret job on your part.

btw, will they be having another Hakone session like last year?

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@Joven G Oh I know it's a lot more than a drop and wheels but you've had to do all of that work just for the drop and wheels. I guess you can say the same to any race car, you've had to change things to get the bigger tires to fit, get it lower to get a lower COG etc but that's to get it to handle well. This is all about the drop and wheels. Nothing more, nothing less. 

I can understand where Dino is coming from, everything is worthy of a look at least once etc but we've had this sort of thing on here before, we've all seen this. This is the car world's Casu Marzu, not everyone is going to try it, lots of people know it exists, lots of people grossed out by it and a few enjoy it. It's merely just a quick look and you move on. No one really cares for it.

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Yes it's dangerous, but modified cars are by nature dangerous, more power, more boost pressure, no catalytic converter, roll cages... They are all double edged swords. Im sure the owner is aware of it...

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Thanks for the vid open headers always get me going :P hard to pick a favorite mod - mickey t's, spoiler diffuser, or bag hooks. I love it

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elvexilix sick! tube bumper ftw so much easier to mount extra lights & splitter and reduce engine bay temps too.

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Never thought of bag hooks before, decent.

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Wow! I mean I work on these cars day in and day out and I can tell you this is very different then what the Z community is accustom to. Z'S are known for their speed not really this style. Kinda like Zs dont do well in the drifting world. When people think of Zs they think of speed and A car that breaks records esp on the bonniville salts. Zs are speed demons not this negative camber thang. I think that is why ppl are bucking the system of what's going on here. The Z car was built for speed and nothing else other than to be beautiful. So when ppl see that you are trying to buck the system then is when you get hate. All I am saying

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elvexilix Nice bumper ideas that i can use in the future

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You know, it's strange, but I totally get this build now. It's rather ironic, actually.
All of you haters in the comment section; YOU are the reason this car looks this way. Yes, that's right. You guys are the ones responsible.
This kid literally took every rule, every criticism, every piece of bile, and the standards of 'beauty' others tried to force on him and decided to do exactly the opposite. His car literally screams "don't tell me what to do with my car!" Without stiff opposition, this car would have no purpose.
This thing deserves a feature, not because it is beautiful and functional; but because it challenges our pre-conceived notions on what modifying a car is all about. It makes us think. And it most definately gives most of us the middle-finger.

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Sorry but it doesn't challenge any preconceptions at all. We've seen it many times before on here with painful camber and more painful bodywork getting repetitive and just plain derivative. I go so far as to say it's dull, not breaking any new ground for the movement/scene they so badly want to be seen in and - let's be totally honest here - dangerous and bloody laughable.
Now, I'm aware they're not my tyres to replace regularly and I don't have to grapple with the bloody thing on the twisty bits in his neighbourhood (thank Christ for geography...) but to feature yet another poorly assembled chassis on Speedhunters when there is so much class out there - Japan and the wider globe - beggars belief. My views aren't the 'party line' I'm sure and they'll be plenty of 'it's his to do what he wants, don't dis it man' and 'shut the fuck up. Ya don't know wot ya looking at' but they're my views and it needs saying.
You can do much better Speedhunters.
Much better.

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Looks like a late Alpine with the tube bumper on it... I like it.

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RotaryNissan I agree.

The title of the feature makes sense; this build is PUNK, it exudes it.

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There is a silver lining to everything guys. My one take away from this article would be that seeing this guy and his car makes me appreciate my car that much more.

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Boring, please stop with the broken suspension BS already.

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@ericlastname Punk is exactly the mindset I was trying to describe. All that's missing is a metal-spike mohawk down the center of the roof. :P

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Putastickeronit  "My views aren't the 'party line' I'm sure..."

You do realize it only works to play the martyr when your views are actually in the minority, right?

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Milkshakes Yes most modified cars are dangerous in some way, more power, more tire, better handling, big metal cage you sit in that's much safer than how the car came from factory. This here though is on purpose to be dangerous, you've got so little contact patch with nearly no travel as there is no room for any travel. This is stupid.

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Disgusting. What a waste of a z32

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LoL i thought this was a another rc drift car feature. My bad. I see in japan there police is ALOT more liberal. I mean i cant see anyone driving this z32 around los angeles without the police and opg following you. Good to see people still build to there own taste even if its not the taste of everyone else. I would drive this car just to piss the cops off here but i would have to have my wife follow me in the secondary car because the ride wouldn't last long.Lol

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I've seen a lot of neat cars on this site, but this sort of stuff is just crap and outright dangerous.  Personally, I don't think you should give them any credibility whatsoever.

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When I typed it I wasn't and my personal views weren't, but it now seems it's a more popular view than I assumed. Rightly so. Awful scene (local that is...) motor with little that's fresh and forward thinking to offer. I had an dropped Escort with cracked and split works arches, Halfords paint, shocking rims with crap budget treads, no handbrake and regularly had no indicators. A piece of crap which should have been condemned. I now realise it was actually a feature worthy car which I should have lavished tens of pounds on...

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It makes me laugh when i go through here and read the comments and how many negative ones there are.
#1- Did you not read the article? He is okay with it being dangerous and he's not building a racecar. He's building memories with awesome friends.
#2- I though this was supposed to be a car community kind of site? Why all the hate? Everyone has their styles and tastes. They are obviously doing something correct if they are getting featured on speedhunters!

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Because it's not the way 'they' would prefer to build a z32. So they hide behind reasons such as "safety", and throw rocks at another person's personal preference, demanding it be censored.
Sorry, but 90% of the 'fashionable' cars featured on this site aren't "safe". 600+HP in a car with no rollcage or racing harnesses? Cars lowered far enough that a sizeable chunk of roadkill could rip out their oil pan? Semi-slicks on a street car? Fashionable steering wheels with no airbags?
Most of the time when someone modifies a car from stock, the results are not "safe" by industry standards. This car? Sure, it has a greater-than-average chance for catastrophic failure. But if we were limited to only 100% approved 'safe' builds, you'd be looking at a world where cars drive themselves, and modification is illegal. Oh wait...
That's exactly where we are headed.

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One more thing:

Has anyone yet thought about the massive entrepreneur opportunity here? Tired of seeing 'unsafe' stretched tires? Perhaps you and your buddy with an engineering degree could come up with a tire that is designed to be stretched, or is naturally shaped in a stretched manner, so that the bead still seats properly on the rim.

Or perhaps a motorcycle-inspired set of tread, where the rubber is rounded outward, so the contact patch stays consistent no matter which way the tire is mounted? (Current motorcycle tires have beads that are not compatible with car rims.) You get the stretched look AND a consistent contact patch. Amazing!

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"couldn't care less" seems to be getting confused with "trying really f*cking hard to get noticed"

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@andy It got your notice, didn't it?

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RotaryNissan Well yeah. That doesn't really change my point though. They tried hard. We noticed. Job done. They enjoy people's reactions, positive and/or negative. That's fine, but "couldn't care less" will always be something else.

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I'll never understand this look, but to each their own.
I don't mind some negative camber, but this is too much. I say it's too much because, while there is nice fitment between the wheel and the fender.....there is ZERO fitment between the inside tire wall and the lower fender. Being able to see daylight behind the wheel is the single worst look on a car, in my opinion. It looks like the car has training wheels. A splitter made from plywood is better.

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BryceRandallPerry "#2- I though this was supposed to be a car community kind of site? Why all the hate? Everyone has their styles and tastes."


So.. if SH featured a car with a 90's F&F style, with crazy paint, neons, and lambo doors we should all just not hate because it's on Speed hunters?  This is on par with that stuff IMO. Rice. The reason people hate on this stuff is because most people think it's ridiculous and it's ok if they hate it.

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They have. Including face swaps and rear light swaps and all manner of "uncool"
But people keep building these cars so they have to have audience... It's like coffee, it's not for everyone but you come off as a bit of a prick complaining how could someone like *that*

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BryceRandallPerry "He is okay with it being dangerous" it's not enough to be a valid reason...
He's not alone on the road, so for that reason alone, you can call the guy stupid !

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I first want to thank SpeedHunters for throwing together some nice articles on cars and the people who love them. I love the site and all the different aspects of driving and owning and loving cars. You guys have some really nice articles that are very unique. The Russian car one was actually fantastic. I am not in love with drifting or miniature cars but this site has made my appreciation of both increase. Well done. Not let me get on my soap box.
This site shows some very unique and controversial styles. That is fine for the most part. I guess the thing about this article is that I am severely disappointed with you guys. Your site is about passion, integrity and highlights people who have love for cars or things associated with them. Totally aside from the fact that the squashed bug look is plain riduculous, this article seems like a sell out or a prideful 'cutting off my face to spite my nose'. Take every aspect of the car; painted with a roll brush with drippings everywhere, cracked windshield, horrible bodywork on the fenders, broken fenders, mismatched body lines, different color paint, different under hood paint colors, no exhaust, stickers all over including taillights, played out side view mirrors, horrible tint over the taillights, dirty stained interior with stickers everywhere, 2 $1 key hooks just drilled into the dash, one of the worst steering wheels ever made, giant stickers blocking the vital dash gauges, a suspension that cannot even go over the minuscule bumps, tank like shocks with the piece de resistance-a tired out stock engine. And all done to give people an F U. I can't think of much more hate than that. The fact that people do that is their business. I learned long ago to do things out of love not hate. But the fact that SpeedHunters posted this car is beyond me. It really makes one wonder if you need the posts or Internet traffic (seeing that I am the 177th post). And this guy gets stickers from your site also? It is hateful hicks like this that ruin our hobby. Please stay real. Diversity is not always a good thing. Are you going to post cars with ethnic slurs on them? That is diverse. And they would probably be less offensive than this car. The 300ZX was a 90's icon. I really felt as if I was watching a real live train wreck looking at the post. If you want to be diverse why don't you post some Donks that are primarily owned by Blacks. I know Puerto Rico has a huge racing scene too. Even the Middle East has ALOT of nice expensive cars. What about Lowriders owned mostly by Hispanics? That would be diverse. I know it is your site and there is a heavily Japanese influence and that is cool. But please don't cheapen this site or car enthusiasts by featuring a car that was inspired by hate, is not practice to drive and is something that a mentally handicapped 15 year old could do. I look forward to future articles.
Off my soap box now.

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"handicapped 15 year old"
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Really?
You should check out some of the builds that have been featured here by young disabled drivers that kick serious Arsenal FC.
Just cos they have a disability (that's a better, slightly less offensive term) doesn't mean they can't find a way of turning a wrench and weilding it well.
I've seen late stage ALS patients managing to dance in their full supported chair. If you love it you find a way.
Dismissing someone because of a disability is frankly a bitch move.

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They've ruined a 99k km Z32.But that doesn't matter.Living in a country with an awesome society like that is all that matters.

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Buick Man I don't really think any hate was involved in building the car, he's not a criminal or anything. You could argue that they should not feature cars owned by someone part of the Yakuza, because shurely these cars had some hate involved in the build. But they still feature those, and I'm completely fine with that. This site is supposed to show all aspects of car culture, and this guy is part of a group that does cars this way to have fun together. Dino is completely right, we're not to judge that in any way

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You just should have not clic on that post if you were'nt interested in it and on top of that not have write an article on your own just to dismiss that car. There is just thing in live that are not mean for you, if you just dont understand the "why" it probably is not for you.

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Ya know, I REALLY want to hate on this. And frankly, I'm not a fan (more because of the execution than the style) but I have to be honest; after looking at the Instagram page - I get it. And real talk, the car looks much "coherent" with the steel cage bumper on it.

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RotaryNissan Good point, but the fact of the matter is "stretching" isn't really dangerous. The worse thing about stretching a tire is minimizing the contact patch. Contrary to what the interwebs tell you; just about all of the supposed incidents of accidents or tire failure from stretching have more to do with tire defects and just poor driving and maintenance.

People have been stretching tires since the 70s. That's nearly 40 years! Only real difference now is the web allows more to be exposed to just how common the practice is.

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wow why even feature such a shitty car

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Love it! It's his car built his way, and yes only in Japan where you can drive on a track with and icecream container and rubber band under your chin for a helmet.

These builds have character- home built with loads of passion and on limited budgets. Real cars.

I much prefer these articles over the SEMA cheque book race style builds, where "X" company gives "Y" product for "Z" amount of exposure for the sponsors.

Its all about perception and balance.

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it’s plain dangerous, it’s stupid, and it has no sense.

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holy cow can't wait to get my sh!tbox on here like everyone else in the world apparently

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@beanweasel haha exactly my thoughts stupid looking and an absolute pointless car

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h22alsd Thank you, I didn't even have to say it! Sometimes its easy to understand heavy neg. camber and wild mods, but this thing wasn't built well at all. It's like a JDM ratrod.

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I couldn't stop laughing at the amount of camber that thing had

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I've got a 88 Old Ciera missing the rear doors, on cinder blocks with a den of raccoons living in a hole rusted through the bottom of the trunk. IT IS SO UNIQUE IT DOESN'T EVEN CRANK.

I put a few "backyard nation" stickers on it. When do you guys want to come feature me?

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If we all ruined cars together, the world would be a better place. This doesn't look good to anyone who loves cars. Feel free to toss my opinion out the window, but I feel like car guys should hate seeing cars being crippled like this.

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saaleighali i love this and your reaction just makes us who do love it want to do it more! #speedkills

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