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BMW e46 M3 on Enkei NT03+M Racing Series Wheels

BMW e46 M3 on Enkei NT03+M Racing Series Wheels

We worked with Alex from European Car Magazine on their 600 whp BMW e46 M3 a few months back. This M3 is running on an Enkei NT03+M 18×10 +25 square set up – looks awesome! The car has been featured in the magazine a couple of times and Alex sent over a few photos for us to share. – Alex Specs 18×10 +25 Enkei NT03+M Racing Series Wheels Falken RT615-k 275/35/18 all around Rolled fenders all around 10mm spacer out back, no spacer up front -3.5* camber up front Performance specs if you wanted: 600whp turbo setup KW clubsports Performance Friction BBK Recaro’s Bunch of others, but that’s the main stuff. A couple of more photos after the...

Guest Blog (JNC Mag): Vintage Enkei Apaches on a 1974 Mitsubishi Galant

Did you know Enkei has been making aluminum wheels since 1967? Here’s a 1974 Mitsubishi Galant found on the Japanese Nostalgic Car forums. It’s rolling on vintage Enkei Apache wheels and a stunning reminder of what the original Japanese tuner scene looked like. Back then, Mitsubishi hadn’t set up shop in the US yet, but was looking for ways to enter the North American market. Meanwhile, the Big Three had been caught with their pants down when the 1973 Oil Crisis struck. Customers were clamoring for small, fuel-efficient cars but they had none to offer. So Chrysler and Mitsubishi struck up a deal and sold this car here as the Dodge Colt. To read more about this car, check out this thread –>click here. –Ben Hsu http://JapaneseNostalgicCar.com What is Japanese Nostalgic Car? A publication for collectors, enthusiasts and drivers of vintage Japanese automobiles. Our goal is to elevate awareness of old Japanese cars, educate people about Japanese car history, attract more individuals to the hobby and perhaps even save a few cars from being scrapped. Make sure to visit their blog for you daily dose of old...

Rune Glifberg’s 2003 BMW M3 Project E46 Progress (using Enkei NT03+M Racing Wheels)

Here’s a few pics of Rune Glifberg’s (Wikipedia) 2003 BMW M3 project car… Rune’s project was featured in the latest issue (October) of European Car magazine. Rune uses the ENKEI Racing Series NT03+M (Painted orange to match the roll cage)! The car will be displayed at the H&R booth at the upcoming SEMA show in Las Vegas (Nov. 3-6). So, if you get a chance, stop by the H&R booth to check out the car in person. Click here for more info & pics —> So far they’ve done the following modifications to the car. EVOSPORT: Custom roll cage Custom interior fabrication Custom fire system Accusump system Rear adjustable control arms Bushings, Etc. Sourcing misc. parts Tons of labor SPARCO: Driver and instructor seats Harnesses Steering wheel VORSTEINER: CF GTR Hood CF Roof CF CSL Trunk ENKEI Wheels: NT03+M 18X10 (Painted to match the roll cage) CONTINENTAL: Extreme Contact...

Super Street Magazine: 1989 Nissan 240SX – Juicy Whip [using Enkei RPF1 SBC]

Super Street Magazine 1989 Nissan 240SX – Juicy Whip Even With Its Flashy Outside Appearance, This 240SX Remains True To Its Roots By Joey Lee Photography by Andy Bui The term “Restorod” or “Restomod” is usually reserved for the domestic automotive community. It is probably best used to describe a classic vehicle that has been restored to spec while utilizing aftermarket performance modifications. For purists, it may be automotive sacrilege. They want everything to have numbers-matching and be period-correct. For others, they see it as the perfect mix of OEM-restoration and aftermarket parts. In the import automotive community however, this term is probably unfamiliar. This is most likely due to the fact that the majority of the cars being built aren’t exactly cars that we consider to be “old” or “vintage” vehicles. Sure, the Fairlady Zs and Hakosuka Skylines are placed in that class but a vehicle the likes of a 240SX could never be a classic, right? It’s hard to imagine that some S13 240s are now over 20 years old! These cars blew up in a big way when drifting hit the U.S. Though it’s not exactly regarded as a classic, the S13’s popularity and almost cult-like following will eventually catapult it into collector-car status….. The Fortune Auto units give Jared the flexibility to go as low as he wants and to close the distance between the fenders and the staggered 17×9.5/18×10.5 Enkei RPF-1s. Read full article at Super Street...

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