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Top 6 Japanese Tuners: #1 Power House Amuse

27 Dec


Power the House with Electricity

Well the final one is here Amuse was my final pick for the top six (according to me). Everything that this company represents, I find that it follows what needs to be molded into a car or the mechanics behind it. The styling, quality, and passion that is concentrated put in their work exceeds my expectations. This legendary tuning company of Japan started around the 1990’s with the brains of the late Hideki Tanabe behind it. Tanabe-sama brought a revolution in Japan on how cars should be tuned and the quality needed to obtain this vision. Its very tragic that he had to leave us at such a early age.



They have a wide variety of ECU products and high quality Titanium exhausts that look superb as well as Dry carbon hoods and body kits. I was very surprised that U.S. based company’s still don’t have much…

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EF Shuttle Meeting Japan 2012 Coverage…

27 Dec

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One of my Japanese contacts, Shota Mori, recently sent me some of these photos from the 2012 EF Shuttle Meeting. Shuttles, if you don’t know, are the Civic Wagons of Japan. While they are not nearly as popular as the EF hatchback and sedan chassis worldwide, they do have quite a bit of a following among Honda enthusiasts. The Wagon/Shuttle chassis has always had this “cool” factor about it because it not only holds true to the late 80s-early 90s styling of Hondas, they also weren’t very common, especially among the enthusiasts crowd who were looking to build a Honda. Now whenever you see one, you’re certain to take a second look at them. Some are built very well and some, well, are low budget time killers until kids make enough money to build something else. There are a couple very notable ones in the U.S. like Matt Lines’ Civic…

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