Nissan did make an official version of the SilEighty. Around 400-4,000 were made, and they can fetch high amounts at auctions. Instead of 180SX as the rear badge, Sileighty was shown instead. And Nissan factory modified the SR20DET engine to make 24.2 more hpRead more >
I expected this wiki to be a very big one, but that didn't make out to be true. Here's the little plague of this wiki:
Instead of fully detailed pages, mostly on characters, many of them are too short, and have no biography. What's worse is that many pictures are out of place. Some of the photos are (So-called) related, but not from Initial D manga, anime, or games. I recommend you not to add any images outside of the series' media, like Forza and etc. , except Easter Eggs in other media like School Rumble, which has AE86 similar to Takumi's appeared in the first episode. Though, real life pictures still can be a good thing to add for cars and locations.
I did some little or major changes on some pages recently. Nope, I cannot really fix them a…Read more >
In 2006, I watching on Initial D from Animax, right? I know when I was 13, I saw AE86 is strong, by Jose! I can't believe it, Takumi Fujiwara is main hero of Initial D.Read more >
After a ludicrously long 6 year hiatus, the studio that brought you all the way to Stage Four in the Initial D series has continued production of the show! The first two episodes have been released for your viewing pleasure! The show continues exactly where it left off, amidst Keisuke Takahashi and Takumi Fujiwara's full on intent of becoming the greatest Touge Drivers in all of Japan.
Think they got what it takes? Take a look at the first two episodes below!Read more >