Enjuku Racing Building a Formula Drift V8 Monster [SPYSHOTS]

Posted on Apr 29, 2010 In Formula D Spy Shots

While our guy at Enjuku Racing couldn’t tell us too much like who will be driving this machine it appears they are prepping this V8 powered 24s0x to drive in the Formula Drift series. You can see barely the LED front tail light installed on the car already. Not sure when or with who this car will be on the track but it looks like it will be a monster we want to see once completed. Maybe a former Enjuku Racing driver will be returning to the ranks soon piloting this car?

18 Comments

  1. SBY says:

    pick me! pick me! ill drive!

    hahahaha

    EPIC

  2. Bob Kern says:

    This is nonsense. What is a LED front tail light any way? What ever happened to reporting the who, what, when, and where. Waste of print. So why should I care? Duh…

  3. steve b. says:

    another V8 drift car…

  4. Cam says:

    i hope they put some sort of cowl on this thing…

  5. Marcus says:

    Very original. V8 S chassis are the new monster tow hooks on civic bumpers.

  6. Mike says:

    WOW…Another formula D v8…….yaaaaawwwwwnnnn.

  7. Mike Peters says:

    sadly marcus is right :(

  8. Brady says:

    Marcus, couldnt we say the same about and SR or RB powered S chassis?

  9. holyfuck says:

    whys it coming out of the hood

  10. Brady says:

    any**^^

  11. Brady Strib says:

    theres another brady? joey call me.q

  12. Brandon says:

    It looks like the VK56 from the Drift Emporium cars with the Stillen supercharger. I want to see somebody drift a SOHC KA24. That would be cool.

  13. DKapes says:

    it is a LS-idk with a magnacharger on it.

  14. john-srt says:

    hell yeah! more v8s the better.

  15. Ryan says:

    Wow another V8, and another Kouki with an ugly ass kit. Whats next?

  16. DuckyD says:

    Didn’t realize that knocking on V8′s was the new hotness. You kids must be midly retarded for not realizing that a V8 drift car has obvious advantages over an turbo 4cylinder in terms of reliability and simplicity.

    And Bob Kern- The LED front tail light is a new Formula Drift rule to discourage brake checking and allow for better judging. But you are trolling uninformed.

    The kit isn’t my taste either, but drifting is an exhibition sport and mild kits don’t help win competitions. The car is still unfinished, as far as lighting and finishing touches, and I am sure the car will look good sideways at 80mph.

    But I do agree, the story does lack content and details. But maybe it was a slow news day?

  17. DC says:

    they just raced in atl this past weekend for the D1GP. Wild Bill is the driver