The silver tank is a pressure accumulator for the air jacks. The red thing is a small dry cell battery. The blue cylinders are the air jacks. Looking at the black boxes, one is an old-school EVC boost controller and the other is a VPC to eliminate the MAF. Old school JDM tuning yo!
The car came with this list of things not to do on it!
HKS USA had shipped the car to the event so that Dai Yoshihard could drive the car as a tribute demo during the event. Lucky Dai. Dai was also driving the Evasive Motorsports S2000 as shown here and Spoon Sports FK8 Endurance racer. He was a pretty busy person during the weekend.
I was lucky that I got to take a close look at this dream car of my youth. It was also interesting to see that this state-of-the-art race car from the early 90’s had about the same quality and level of construction as my old Sentra Dog Car race car. In fact, the Dog Car was better from a safety standpoint! I hope you enjoyed this look at the R32. Some of my facts on the Group A mods may be slightly off, I am going from memory and I haven’t been up on the R32 for a long time. Feel free to comment below.