Rocket Bunny Version 2 FD3S Mazda RX7

In the world of aftermarket tuning there’s no denying that smoothed, lowered and stanced is definitely the ‘look’ to go for right now. But over the past few years we’ve noticed a huge resurgence for crazy bodykits and super-wide arches, all courtesy of one man – Kei Miura aka Rocket Bunny Japan.


It’s impossible not to love Miura-san’s wild creations. By taking inspiration from classic race cars and applying them to newer models (including the Subaru BRZ and Nissan GT-R), Miura-san has once again popularised riveted arches and duckbill spoilers – selling his unique style to enthusiasts all around the world.


But Miura-san’s bodykits aren’t just about the style – look a bit closer and you’ll notice every design has performance in mind, providing additional cooling for big-power engines and extra track width for super-sticky track tyres. Look even closer and you’ll notice a KW sticker on just about every Rocket Bunny creation – Miura-san loves to drive fast, and no other coilover gives you the performance like KW!


The latest creation from the Rocket Bunny stable is the Mazda FD3S RX7, a Japanese icon now celebrating its 22nd birthday. Mazda officially stopped production back in 2002, but its unique rotary engine has created a massive following worldwide – so much so that it still remains one of the most-popular tuner cars in Japan, America and Australia.


Comprising of a new front bumper, side skirts, front/rear overfenders and ‘Ducktail’ spoiler it’s safe to say the Rocket Bunny RX7 is going to look seriously cool – reminiscent of the classic Bonneville Salt Flat Racers from the early 90s. With a 50/50 weight distribution and a kerb weight of just 1265kg, the 260bhp RX7 has serious performance even in standard trim. Match that with our Variant 3 coilover upgrade and the result is truly spectacular! Watch this space…


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