Reisbrenner is a pejorative term originally used for Japanese motorcycles and later extended to Japanese cars or any vehicle made in East Asia. Variations include rice rocket, which most commonly refers to Japanese superbikes, rice machine, rice mill, or simply rice machine.
Reisbrenner is a derogatory term for Japanese-made – or more broadly, Asian-made – motorcycles and cars. The term is often defined as an offensive or racist stereotype.
RICE = Race inspired cosmetic enhancement. “Rice” originally started out as an insult to Japanese cars in the US, with lots of body kit and tiny little engines. Now Dr. “hahahaha” freedom what that means. laterz, 07/31/2003, 5:24 p.m. #5.
While tire drivers worry about the size of their car’s rear wing, tuners care about the displacement of their engine. Both groups can be said to be cut from the same cloth but complement each other (like the two sides of a coin or the opposite sides of a yin-yang).
According to Rice University neologisms, the term combines the words “rich” and “racer”. The reason for the “rich” in this expression comes from the fact that it costs a lot of money, to convert a car to street racing format.
Japan Domestic Market (JDM) refers to Japan’s home market for vehicles and vehicle parts.
Most hi-riser enthusiasts agree that a “donk” is traditionally a fifth-generation Chevrolet Impala. They were given this name because the owners called the “Impala” logo “Donkey” or “Donk” for short.
Reisbrenner is a derogatory term originally used for Japanese motorcycles and later extended to Japanese cars or any vehicle made in East Asia. Variations include rice rocket, which most commonly refers to Japanese superbikes, rice machine, rice mill, or simply rice machine.
30. April 2022 December 19, 2019 by Safe Driver. Reisbrenner (Rice car; Ricer Car) is a derogatory term originally used to describe Asian-made – particularly Japanese-made – motorcycles and cars.
Bosozoku, a word translated as “violent speed tribe” or “violent running tribe”, was the name given to Japan’s fiercest vehicle users. This now refers to the people who modify their cars or even motorcycles, including but not limited to 10 foot exhaust pipes and 5 foot front splitters.
Rice rocket (plural rice rockets) (slang, ethnic slur, humorous) A Japanese high-performance sports bike.
A sleeper is a master of understatement in the automotive world. It’s a car that offers respectable performance but doesn’t have lewd bodywork, flashy paintwork, oversized aerodynamic elements, or anything else that might draw unwanted attention. Calling a car a sleeper is a huge compliment.
A race car has a number of modifications that make it appear like a race car, but really aren’t. Common modifications are lowered with offset cambered wheels, large spoiler, racing stripes, loud exhaust, scoops, aerodynamic body kits, decals, stripped interior and other nonsense.