Nakai is the one that never boast. Nakai did not even boast when announcing that the new vehicle they have been working on right now is going to be driven for the first time at the idlers Games. The RWB Rotana is vehicle that takes care of good looks, but right now, performance is the most important thing. Working together with Work Wheels, Nakai succeeded to make a really good car in terms of dimensions.
For this to be done, some changes had to be implemented. -48 the offset was achieved when the faces of the lock side of the rim had to be increased. Furthermore, the 993 Tubro`s stock stays include the wing which is a completely new design. Apart from this, the engine has also been paid a lot of attention. For those who already have RWB model that is not really powerful, well, the thing we are about to tell you may change your perception. Nikai called a Porsche expert in engines so that the expert makes RWB Rotana`s engine powerful enough to go through tracks such as Motega and Tsukuba. They chose to use a 963 3.6 L turbo engine that comes in pair with a mid-sized GReddy Turbo. The HPI cone system is put on a safe place, behind the rear wheel arch on the driver`s side that is a dry and good place. The engine management is responsibility left on the HKS F-Con V Pro ECU system.
The engine is able to develop 575 hp. The vehicle also features rear rubber 345 mm thick so that a full traction is ensued. Furthermore, the rear bumper is something that you can take off from the car whenever you want.
For a long time, Nikai has been travelling all over the world and building cars. But, with the RWB Rotana it`s different. The next step now is to build a safety cage in order to fulfill other countries` standards. Then, this vehicle is going to circle the world and take part in a lot of events, racing shows etc. When you see this car, it really looks amazing, but when you enter in it you are astonished. It s interior is really good and a Sparco steering wheel is part of it.
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