Close-Up: R-Magic D1 RX7

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At the beginning of the month, Super Autobacs Chiba held the 12th annual Rotary Meeting at their facility.  JDM Clips was telling me that the Chiba store has always had strong ties with the rotary platform.  So each year, it is host to a gathering of specially built rotary machines.  This car in particular, is built by R-Magic for Takayama to drift in D1.  Don’t confuse it with the R-Magic Super Lap machine, as they are two totally different cars!  Each awesome in their own way though – I particularly like the two different colored wheels on this one.  Check out more past the break!

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The Luminous Yellow Gram Light 57D’s sure make a statement on the passenger side.  While the drivers side gets to rock a Luminous Pink flavor.

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Speaking of which…here’s a close up of the front fender, and wheel combo.  Believe it or not, I’ve always liked the pink color of these wheels.

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There is no doubting that the interior of this race car is all business.  I posted this pic on the NDF Facebook page and it got pretty good attention.  I wonder what it looks like during the night!?  I gotta point out though, no one noticed the NX Express gauge.  Yeah, this thing is equipped with nitrous as well.

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It’s obvious that the engine has some extensive modifications carried out.

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I can’t imagine those Federal tires lasting too long on this car.  Hope you enjoyed a closer look at the R-Magic D1 car, and stay tuned for coverage from the first round of the Super Taikyu series.  On a side note, I’ve been having some issues with my internet connection here, but I’ll do my best to update as frequently as I can.  Big thanks again to JDM Clips for the coverage.  Can’t wait to shoot Round 2 of Super Taikyu and Super GT at Fuji together next month!  Stay tuned and thanks for visiting!

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