Tuners and traders invited to network on new site

The site is for Jap car modifiers like Litchfield
The site is for Jap car modifiers like Litchfield

Tuners, traders, owners and racers with a passion for Japanese cars are being targeted by a new online social network.

JDMLegion.com was released this week and features a range of tools aimed at those involved with Japanese Domestic Market cars.

The new, free to use website is the brainchild of JDM enthusiasts John Player and Rob Green.

“We were very aware that forums, while still very useful lacked the user experience of more modern web communications and social platforms,” they explained.

They added: “We won’t push a certain brand of tyre or turbo onto you – there is no brand favouritism here.”

The site is designed is a place for the entire JDM community to meet, discuss and share media.

It includes an events calendar to make it easy to set up and promote upcoming events and gives the event organiser a real view of the attendees they can expect.

It also allows reminders to be set for when a user’s MOT, tax or insurance renewal is due.

Published by emmabutcher

Emma has been CAT's editor since January 2008. There isn't much she doesn't know about the aftermarket - and her favourite topic is definitely BER!

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  1. Wow this is good news, makes a change from all the forums out there, its refreshing to see