For some of us just getting into cars the reason for purchasing or modifying a car is driven by manga/anime, video games, and the now established stance/fitment culture.
This was the case for Xrun‘s 1999 Pure White FD3S RX-7 from Oita, Japan.
Xrun started his journey to owning the FD3S RX-7 we see today by purchasing it from a car shop when he was just 18 years old. It is because every since he was a kid watching Initial D, he longed to own a FD RX-7 of his own. Eventually, he was able to achieve his dream of owning one.
With the inspiration he gained from being introduced to the stance/fitment genre through StanceNation, Xrun decided to modify the FD3S RX-7 for a clean low style.
The thing we love the most is how well the aero kit and wheel combination works. Xrun feel in love with a full FEED aero kit, and incredible happy he went that route.
Xrun went with an aggressive set of Work Meister M1 in 18×10.5 -27 front and 18×12 +/- 0 rear.
The interior of the car includes a Nardi Rally type steering wheel and Recaro semibuck seat.
Even late at night, this is still a beautiful example of a simple and clean low style executed right.
None of this would be possible without the help of the Final Konnexion coilovers and Megan Racing full adjustable arms.
-Final Konnexion coilovers
-Work Meister M1 – 18×10.5-27 with 225/35/18 tire front / 18×12 ± 0 with 265/35/18 tire rear
-FEED Full Aero
-Megan Racing Full Arms
-Amemiya Side Port Engine
-RECARO Semi bucket
-Nardi TYPE Rally
Thank you to Xrun for letting us share these photos with everyone. Hope you enjoyed.
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