Based in Hiroshima, AimGain designs and produces some of the highest quality aero styling kits available and is a highly recognizable designer brand out of the aftermarket industry. Mainly targeting Toyota and Lexus, AimGain's experienced craftsmen are renowned in transforming conservative sedans and coupes into attractive sporty designs that capture the attention of enthusiasts around the world.
Based in Tokyo, AutoExe focuses on developing high quality performance parts for street use. Specializing primarily on Mazda vehicles, their knowledgeable staff works closely with manufactures to develop chassis bracing, suspension, brakes and aero components for better control during spirited driving yet retaining ride comfort for day to day driving.
LegSport's origins stemmed from the automotive ambitions of Mr. Kurosako, a native of Hiroshima who had a love for Mazda cars- specifically ones with the rotary engine. Being an accomplished racing driver he founded LegSport to support his love for racing and to provide a performance service to fellow Mazda enthusiasts and racers. Mr. Kurosako designed, created, and tested parts and components under his own personal specifications, leading LegSport to become a recognized Mazda tuner and service center in the Hiroshima region.
Operating out of a small factory in the United Kingdom, Quantum Racing Suspension (QRS) is renowned for their precision engineering in the UK motor sport industry. With almost 25 years of experience racing in motorsports, QRS develops and supplies high-performance racing dampers used in Formula One and Formula 3. All of Quantum's shocks are designed in-house using full 3D solid modelling CAD programs; the shock components are CNC machined from the highest quality billet materials.
Based in Osaka, Super Star is well known for their 3-piece wheels which are of unmatched quality. With over 3 decades of experience, Super Star was one of the first manufactures to enter the aftermarket wheel industry, and also one of the first to begin exporting wheels and conducting business outside of Japan to many countries throughout Europe. Their iconic wheels, such as the Chevlon Racing and Leon Hardiritt series boosted their ever-growing popularity. Now as a subsidiary of Weds Co., LTD., Super Star continues building wheels with its fundamental principal of creating hand-assembled, and world class 3-piece modular wheels.
Founded in 1965, Weds Co., Ltd., together with its subsidiaries engage in the sale of automotive aftermarket wheels and accessories in Japan.
Weds continues to support and participate in motorsport racing as well as research and development technology, taking what is learned from racing and applying it directly to their products.