No worries, Wibbly - there are reasons I wanted those particular items. Funny enough, the bonnet is what always gets the most compliments, usually from rotary nuts who know what it is.
The car has a V-mount radiator & intercooler setup (by Knight Sports - who have been responsible for all the engine tuning work). A V-mount means a lot more cooling than standard. That air has to exit and is better fed out of the bonnet than directed under the car, hence a vented bonnet. Sure, there are other choices available in Japan but this is a genuine Scoot bonnet, which is by far the best quality available. It was designed and used in a top speed run in the late 90's, by Koseki San who topped 327 km/h (203 mph) on a closed public road in NZ. He's still known for building the wildest of all rotaries in Japan.
This bonnet is of such a strong design & build you'll notice there are no bonnet pins. Even on his top-speed car it didn't need any. That's a mark of quality.
These sell for around $5,000 in Japan with about 6 month's waiting time. Compared to about half that for other new composite bonnets which are much weaker and must have bonnet pins, I chose a Scoot.
The rear wing is by Auto Exe, another very respected rotary specialist of Japan. I didn't want anything too wide or too large for a road car, just something that looked near OEM but gave more down force than the standard rear spoiler. It's the perfectly proportioned choice in my eyes.
These are long discontinued and near impossible to find nowadays.
There's no fake tuning parts or anything of sub-par quality on this car. Everything's top notch & from Japan. Started off as a standard car & is what I'd sometimes use to date my wife with when we met 14 years ago, so it holds some special memories for us.
Won't ever sell it. Since he's a petrol head, I've already promised it to our young son when he can drive (& ride!) well and knows how to look after it properly.
LOL, you probably won't like our other track-spec. one then....
The roof & part of the rear quarters are the only original metal body panels left with a great big Fujita Engineering wing. PanSpeed wide body, RE Amemiya doors & lightweight trunk and yes - another Scoot bonnet. No unnecessary weight & about 550 bhp with a bridge ported full race spec. engine, plus a lot more than meets the eye.
Well built rotaries are big fun.
Euro RC51 SP2: HRC WSB Ti Hi-Level, T1 Airbox & Snorkel, PCIII, Dymag CA5 Carbon Wheels, Ti64 Spindles (F, R & Swing Arm), Mori Link, Maxton GP7 Shock & Ohlins 832 Forks, Brembo GP Calipers & SBK narrow track (F), Braketech Disc (R), Brembo billet Underslung x 2 Brembo RCS, Tyga Triple, 7075 Stem, Probolt Titanium all over, Babyface rearsets, MR Complete Carbon Lineup, Custom Undertail & CBR 1000 LED, Watsen LED Indicators, Harris Brace, Giles clip-ons, Corbin seat, etc. 2013 BOTY.