Ronin Speedworks / Tri-Point FC wide body kit. We spent ~5 years looking for the orginal fender molds that allowed us to finally bring this kit back to the market. We argue it's the only truly wide FC kit available that flows with the lines the factory intended. Front fenders&nb..
Ronin Speedworks front FC fenders add 85 mm clearance per side. 295 section tires fit with ease. 315s should be possible with very careful fitment. These fenders were made famous by Tri-Point Engineering. We now own and use Tri-Points original molds to build our p..
Ronin Speedworks rear FC fenders add 80 mm clearance per side. 315 section tires fit with ease. 335s should be possible with very careful fitment. These fenders were made famous by Tri-Point Engineering. We now own and use Tri-Points original molds to build ..
Ronin Speedworks FD widebody is the answer when you simply have too much car for the factory wheel wells. It's a product we built from scratch because no other solution existed which looked and functioned like we needed. Simply put, this is the best widebody FD kit available at a..
Ronin Speedworks FD front fenders to allow 315 tires (335 may be possible with careful fitment). You want to make an FD stick in a corner? Try running fatter fronts than some Lamborghini's runs in the rear!
Standard shipping is via Greyhound bus lines and does require pickup from a loca..
Ronin's FD rear fenders allow use of up to 345 width rear tires. We built scratch built these ourselves because we simply couldn't find anything short of a fully custom setup that would maintain the FD's classic curves while putting down BIG TIRE in the back.
Ronin Rear Spoiler for the FD3s: Discontinued by "Top Fuel" in Japan now available through Ronin Speedworks . Real Rad Ronin Rear for Ridiculously Reduced Rubles! One wing in Fiberglass construction.
Drop 20 lbs from the high point of your FD with our sunroof plug replacement panel. Sized 1/8" larger on all sides to account for the removed weather seal this plug is just the ticket for removing that sunroof you didn't use anyways. Designed by Kevin Doe from the infamous No Rotors F..