Kyusha Kai


Random Pr0n
April 29, 2010, 10:42 am
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Cleaning Up The Desktop
March 16, 2010, 2:37 am
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Of some pictures I have that don’t really belong anywhere.



Staying Up ‘Till the Break of Dawn
December 8, 2009, 6:30 am
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I should have went to sleep a long time ago.  Instead, I’m up late watching Top Gear, Saved by the Bell and browsing the internet.  Just for you guys, here’s a bonus picture with some sick Kyusha Kai approved rotaries from the island.

The blue RX3 is absolutely nuts!  It used to be daily driven with the original paint and graphics.  Every morning at work, I would stand outside of the hotel I work at and listen to the exhaust bounce off of the buildings in Waikiki.  I haven’t seen it on the road for a couple of months now though.  I believe he was trying to sell it for $10,000 but I’m not too sure if anyone bought it though.

I absolutely LOVE rotaries, but I don’t know if I would be able to live with one.  After hearing all stories of the fuel consumption and needing to rebuild the engine every 40,000 miles, I think it’s a little too hardcore for me.

Oh yeah, add me on Facebook if you’re on it!

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Badges of Honor
November 24, 2009, 9:03 am
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It’s a shame car companies don’t make emblems and badges like they used to.  Nowadays it seems only the European companies are still using the highly detailed badging.  Most everyone else makes do with plain Jane lettering and a boring corporate logo.  Old JDM badges are amazing little pieces of jewelry that were worn proudly…  With such ornate detailing, these little beauties really are pieces of art.

Toyota Celica

Toyota Crown

Toyota MR2

Toyota Soarer

Mazda RX3

I’ll give a dollar to anyone who can get a clean shot of the 1st generation Nissan President’s badge!




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