|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|08-03-2017 10:12 AM|
|picube||To be honest, it's not bad. I kind of like it, though when I shown it to my mate from DSRLeasing he certainly hated it, so up to one liking I guess. Sorry for bump too.|
|02-13-2017 12:11 PM|
I have mixed feelings on this. I think it looks cool but not my taste. I'm in love with the stock look on my nismo. Was thinking about exhaust but idk if I should change it.
If he is happy though, good for him.
|02-06-2017 01:35 AM|
" Looks like a fish, nice way to ruin a nice car "
That's a conundrum. No "nice" way to ruin a car.
|02-06-2017 01:03 AM|
|FrankRodriguez12||Beautiful design worth seeing.|
|03-20-2015 12:40 AM|
|03-19-2015 10:46 PM|
|MarkZ31||5000 USD for trash? stock looks better than that...|
|03-18-2015 02:04 PM|
Nissan 370Z by Rowen
Looks like a fish, nice way to ruin a nice car
From the article:
At the front, Rowen Nissan 370Z gets a new bumper with uniquely shaped air intakes, a neat spoiler lip, and some of weirdest LED lights we have ever come across. The sides are mostly clean, save a pair of side skirts and some graphics, and at the back we have a custom rear bumper with all sorts of vents and ducts in it, as well as a giant diffuser and two properly large tailpipes.
The body kit itself costs 350,000 Yen, but if you want the LEDs thatíll be another 40K, and if you also want your Rowen Nissan 370Z to sound good, you have to shell out another 190K for a complete exhaust system featuring front pipes, center pipe and custom Titan Blue tailpipes.
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