A look inside Seeker Japan…

We Americans rarely get a chance to really go inside Japanese tuning shops to see what they’re all about or what goes on within. I hope to some day go back to Japan and do this. I went about 1o years ago and I didn’t really know to much about where all these shops were located so I never got to go on a full fledge tour of all the shops. I’ve heard from a number of people as well as some magazine editors that a lot of shops over there aren’t actually very fond of Americans going through their shops and if they find out you work for an American mag, they’ll quickly turn you away. Whether that’s true or not can be debated but apparently Seeker Japan welcomes tourists with open arms. Recently Shawn from Level 12 somewhere up in Canada paid a visit to Japan and had the opportunity to have a tour within one of Japan’s most well-known Honda tuners. I spotted this on NWP and they were in kind of a smaller section of the forum that not many users go into so I decided to ask him if I could bring these pics over to The Chronicles for all of you. He was kind enough to oblige and here they are. Not much commentary from me because I really wasn’t there so I couldn’t really tell you anything about it….Enjoy though…

Notice the front stagger…looks like modified or aftermarket fenders up front too…

Nice air intake set-up…

Seeker RS seats…

Crazy header…

More Seeker S.E.S exhausts and headers…

Seeker S.A.S dampers…

One of the few Japanese tuning company slogans that make translatable sense…Seeker – “Seek and you shall find”…what you’re looking for, who knows…

Interesting oil container…

I love FD2s…if I were to ever build another Honda, it would either be another CB or a newer Civic with the FD2 conversion…

They crashed the shit outta this one…

Look at that custom cold-air A/C pipe…

That’s all folks…

Seeker Japan Official Website

Special thanks to Level12.ca

7 thoughts

  1. o snap good find bro…but =( no application for Altezza…but it’d look kinda strange on USDM cars on the passenger side only! haha

  2. Awesome photos, man…Japan is something else, isn’t it? I can’t wait to get there some day. I have much love for the CB platform as well, my first car was a 1990 CB7, I can’t wait to buy one for a show car, but I might swap out the F22A and go for an H22A turboed…or even something a bit new (K24 swap, has it been done yet in a CB7?). Well thanks for sharing this JDM goodness.

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