Tag Archives: Hayashi Racing

Hayashi Racing Techno-R Fin & Hayashi Techno-R Mesh – JDM Wheels

Hayashi Racing Techno-R Fin & Hayashi Techno-R Mesh - JDM Wheels
The Hayashi Racing Techno-R Fin & Hayashi Techno-R Mesh are Old School JDM Wheels which gave you options. The The Hayashi Racing Techno-R, which is based off the Hayashi Racing 502 Fin, had the 2 way option of using the plastic dust cover style cap or the the BBS Turbofan Style Optional Aero Cover. The Hayashi Techno-R Mesh, which is based off the Hayashi Racing 504 Mesh, also had the plastic dust cover style cap and the BBS Turbofan Style Optional Aero Cover; additionally a faux centerlock style hex cap and lug nut cover. Pictured are the Hayashi Racing Techno-R on a AW11 Toyota MR2.

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Hayashi Command on Toyota Celica GT RA29 – JDM Wheels

Hayashi Command on Toyota Celica GT RA29 - JDM Wheels
The Hayashi Command are old school JDM Wheels from Hayashi Racing in Japan. The Hayashi Command feature a 4 spoke design and 3 piece construction which is all welded together. This set of Hayashi Command sits on a RA29 series Toyota Celica GT at the Toyotafest 2018 in Long Beach, CA.
Hayashi Command on Toyota Celica GT RA29 - JDM Wheels
This set of Hayashi Command look to have been polished. A neat feature of the Command are the how the wheel register is painted black which gives the face the illusion of floating spokes; if that makes sense.
Hayashi Command on Toyota Celica GT RA29 - JDM Wheels
Rear view of the RA29 Celica; the lines of this Toyota are classic; and the pearl orange paint accentuates it perfectly.

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Hayashi Devil Shadow Spoke on Datsun Bluebird 610 Coupe – JDM Wheels

Devil Shadow Spoke on Datsun Bluebird 610 Coupe JDM Wheels
Hayashi The Devil Shadow Spoke are Old School JDM Wheels which may have been made by Hayashi Racing, I could be wrong. Pictured here is a very nice Datsun Bluebird 610 Coupe on a set of Devil Shadow Spoke JDM Wheels. The Devil Shadow Spoke have a distinct triple bar cross spoke design set in a thick stepped lip barrel.
Devil Shadow Spoke on Datsun Bluebird 610 Coupe JDM Wheels
Check out that thick stepped lip on the Hayashi Devil Shadow Spoke JDM Wheels, and the way the face is in set the barrel. The Datsun Bluebird 610 Coupe is also a machine with really nice lines.

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Datsun 240z s30 Fairlady on HRE 501

Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501
This S30 240z comes to us all the way from Poland. It started as a beater car and underwent a full restoration… and then some. – Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501 / Hayashi Racing 501 – JDM Wheels
Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501
The white and black theme is apparent on this Fairlady and works very well. Black bumpers and flares, and white front and rear spoilers give it a an aggressive look. –   Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501 / Hayashi Racing 501 – JDM Wheels
Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501
HRE 501 Wheels  look at home here. – Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501 / Hayashi Racing 501 – JDM Wheels
Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501
The HRE 501 wheels got new lips and the rear was brought out to a whopping  15×9.5 -38,  the front remained at 15×8 +0. – Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501 / Hayashi Racing 501 – JDM Wheels
Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501
Interior is immaculate and all business. A Nardi Classic Steering Wheel takes control. – Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501 / Hayashi Racing 501 – JDM Wheels
Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501
The Gold Wheels give nice contrast to the Z – Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501 / Hayashi Racing 501 – JDM Wheels
Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501
Rear Shot – Datsun 240z s30 on HRE 501 / Hayashi Racing 501 – JDM Wheels

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Recommended Reading for Wheel Whores: Old-School JDM Vintage Wheels

 

 

Import Tuner Magazine has provided this great article for all us Wheel Whores out there. Covering some of the hot JDM
wheels from the 80’s and 90’s. Can you believe that no one even used the term “JDM” back then?

Link: http://www.importtuner.com/wtg/impp_1105_old_school_vintage_wheels/index.html

If anyone knows which issue of Import Tuner this is from please let me know, it’s a must add to my library.

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