If you’re reading this, I’m sure you’ve heard of Mike Kojima. From his early work in Nissan Performance, Turbo & Hi-Tech Performance , and Sport Compact Car magazines, to his latest projects like motoiq.com. This guy has been around even before the inception of the mainstream “sport compact & tuning industry.” His grassroots origin and special projects like the white Nissan 300zx and the infamous Dog Car (Nissan 200sx), make this guy an inspiration for all enthusiasts of different backgrounds.
Here’s something he was working on a few years ago. The Dog Car II, a B15 Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V.
Powered by a Jim Wolf prototype GT30 kit, the QR25 is said to be able to make 500hp.
I don’t recall the chassis/cage builder, but I’m sure I’ll figure it out eventually.
That’s a pretty serious rear diffuser.
That wing looks like it’s mounted to the chassis, the right way.
This car was sitting at JWT’s parking lot when Mike took it off their hands and decided to give this Sentra a second chance.
Overall, a great build.