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Drift Colors: Episode 1

Published on May 9, 2011 By IshbOO

Episode 1 from Drift Colors, Ill be posting ep2 soon and other episodes as they release. www.driftcolors.com “Episode 1 of a five part web series about Ebisu Circuit located in Japan. Join us as we take you around Ebisu with one of the worlds best drifters, Naoto Suenaga.”


Published on October 28, 2010 By IshbOO

Sweet sil80! Engine RB26DETT w/ RB25DET tranny Turbo’s Twin TD06 20G w/ 6cm & 8cm housings w/ trust TD06 manifold HKS 60mm wastegate R33 crossmember and using RB25DET Nismo motor mounts HKS twin plate GD Pro clutch (have OS Geiken tripple plate for backup) Tomei 264 intake cams and 272 ex w/ 9.7 lift Tomei […]

JDM Jam/Low-Brain Drifters practice session

Published on April 26, 2009 By IshbOO

A new short clip from JDM Allstars, check it out! Some cool editing. “A group of like minded friends out to seek fun involving odd cars. Here we are introduced to Captain Pimms. He is the most unlikely drifter, but is very good at teaching people. He is a little clumsy, but not behind the […]

Code Red S14

Published on March 31, 2009 By IshbOO

Found this cool article over at tunerzine.com. The color is what caught my eye. Code Red “Martinez first decided on the S14 since there weren’t a ton of them around in his area. He’s always wanted to be different but also wanted to stay true to one of his passions – a true clean JDM-inspired […]

Drift and Track Day

Published on March 27, 2009 By IshbOO

Drift and Track day, a Beautiful Sunda at that. Forum member Italo posted up some pictures of this event. The pictures are cleannn! Very well done. You can check out his post on the forums Sunday Photos :: Here are a few examples of some drift action pics! soooo JDM!!!

Driftslut’s RSW D-Day, New Mexico

Published on March 15, 2009 By IshbOO

Driftslut’s D-Day photos Forum Member Driftslut went to RSW Drift Day March 7th in New Mexico, took third in comp. Congratulations to Driftslut, please visit the forum and give him some props. Sideways Always. Photos by Santiago Romero