There are one thing that all the modified vehicle player always mind, if you want to make your car respectful and popular, you must experience reducing the body and adjusting the posture. But in the past few years, tiny and crazy encirclement and exaggerated wide body kit have been revived, all thanks to this man– Kei Miura.
I like Mr. Miura’s wild creation very much. He drew inspiration from the classic racing car and applied it to the current models. Mr. Miura once again promoted rivet wide body and duck tail turbulence, and sold his unique style to fans all over the world.
But it’s worth noticing that the kit is not just for decoration, every detail of its design takes performance into account; for example, providing additional cooling for high-power engines, providing additional clearance for high-j value hot-melt tires, etc. if you look at Mr. Miura ‘s modification cases, almost all rocketburny’s creations are pasted with kw shock absorber stickers. Mr. Miura likes posture, but he prefers to drive fast, so KW is an important partner of rocketburny, because there is no brand of accessories that can take both into account.
Mazda’s fd3s was officially stop manufacturing in 2002, but its unique self engine technology has been pursued by a large number of fans all over the world, so that it is still one of the most popular modified cars in Japan, the United States and Australia.
The brand new bumper, side skirt and spoiler with kW suspension make rocketburny rx7 look very cool. This appearance has to remind me of the classic Bonneville Salt beach race in the 1990s. In addition to the rendering at the time of initial release, Kei Miura also designed two versions of special painting for this car, but it failed to be realized in the real car, and all of them were saved in the computer.
This year, with FUELME, we will restore the two painting designs to a 1 / 43 scale car model. The KW painting color matching has been finished. The second painting will meet you soon. Please look forward to it.