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Bosozoku kei cars: Daihatsu

For some time I#8217;ve collecting pictures of Kei Bosozoku and since we already covered a lot of and popular bosozoku cars the Kei car can be a nice change!

For people who do not what a kei-car is: a kei car (or K-car) is the name for keijid?sha (. ) which means light automobile . smaller cars have a lot of due to lower tax and insurance. Also in areas (like Tokyo) it is from the parking space which require you to have a parking space for your They are limited in size, and since 1990 in maximum

That last one was because manufacturers were already cars with 62HP out of a supercharged engine. In return the government stretched the displacement to

Max output:

We start with great second generation Move:

Bosozoku kei car Daihatsu

As you can see the front has a sharknose, but if you compare it to the nose almost everything has redone! The fenders are custom, the is custom and if you look closely to the you will notice a great with the Toyota Crown Royal Saloon grille and

Bosozoku kei car Daihatsu Move

the back had some modifications: fitted Skyline taillights its own taillights have been and blinded. It also features a set of quadruple exhaust pipes!

First generation Daihatsu Custom

The first generation Move was quite well as the phonebox on wheels . Just your head 90 degrees and you why!

First generation Move RS-XX

Abroad it a quite capable engine, but on its Japan it only featured the 3 cylinder engine with an of 54HP. Not long after its it got upgraded with the 15 valve and EF-DET in the RS and RS-XX trims. The was a low pressure turbo charged with an output of 60HP the EF-DET had a intercooled high turbo charger and an output of

The last one tuned to stay within the Kei specifications. It doesn#8217;t much to get more out of those two

EF-DET 15 valve engine turbo intercooler

If we look at the second generation Daihatsu it looks just as boring as the one, despite being by Giorgetto Giugiaro. But there was the Move Custom with a more acceptable design. In my the third and fourth generation are the best looking, especially if are slightly tuned like one:

Third generation Daihatsu tuned by garage Athlete

Kei are very fun cars to turn bosozoku cars. On one hand mock the larger saloons and cars and on the other hand are so cheap that it should not too much to turn it into beautiful! The Move is an excellent how to make something beautiful out of a boring and dull car!

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