Nissan Silvia Master Yasuyuki Kazama Rodextyle - Tuner Club
Who is Yasuyuki Kazama?
Yasuyuki Kazama is a drifting driver from Japan, formerly competing in D1 Grand Prix, well known for using the Nissan Silvia S15. He is also known as Waku Waku and Spin Benz Dokan.
What is the Nissan Siliva?
The Nissan Silvia is the name given to the company's long-running line of sport coupes based on the Nissan S platform. Although recent models have shared this chassis with other vehicles produced by Nissan (most notably the European 200SX and North American 240SX in the S13 and S14 generations, and 180SX in the Japanese market), the name Silvia is interchangeable with the chassis codes. The Nissan Silvia's main competitors worldwide were the Honda Prelude, Mazda MX-6, Toyota Celica, Mitsubishi Eclipse, Isuzu Impulse, Subaru Impreza and Honda Integra.
Is Yasuyuki Kazama's Nissan Silvia S15 street-legal?
Yasuyuki Kazama talks about his method of building cars with up-to-date technology, such as adding an electronic throttle, while still meeting the requirements that make his Nissan Silvia S15 street-legal.
What type of aeroparts does Yasuyuki Kazama have fitted for his Nissan Silvia?
With custom front bumpers, side canards, and rear bumpers, Yasuyuki Kazama elaborates on building these kits to mimic his early D1 cars driving for Kei Office.
What makes Yasuyuki Kazama's Nissan Silvia S15 unique from other models?
Through his custom builds, Yasuyuki Kazama has fitted 19-inch wheels onto his Nissan Silvia S15, slightly larger than the standard 17-18 inches.
What kind of side mirror does Yasuyuki Kazama's Nissan Silvia S15 have?
Yasuyuki Kazama had installed a Mine's Super Aero Mirror Version II, which has currently been discontinued. Mine's aero mirror offers a superior mirror with better visibility and the design. The blue wide glass (R680) on these aero mirrors heightens the visibility and inspires a high-class sensation.
What's Yasuyuki Kazama's most prized specialty about his Nissan Silvia S15 build?
Yasuyuki Kazama takes pride in the details of his suspension builds for each car that makes it to his shop, and the Nissan Silvia S15 gets just that treatment. The current setup contains different shocks.
Where is the Venus Line located?
The Venus Line mountain road is located in in Nagano Prefecture, 140 miles west of Tokyo in Japan.
Yasuyuki Kazama takes his Nissan Silvia S15 for a drive down the Venus Line
Yasuyuki Kazama takes Tuner Club along for a ride in his Nissan Silvia S15 down the Venus Line, one of his favorite roads to drive in Nagano.