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Hi dude! 

Glad to see that there's someone else that's helping out in this wiki.

I saw what you edited and I noticed that it's also TXR3 related. Maybe we can collab dude?


SayukiUsui (talk) 06:58, November 29, 2017 (UTC)

I saw ur new edits. Nice one dude! 

Admin position and CSS Edit

Hey, so I've noticed you've been doing a LOT of the writing (lol). Maybe you could see if there's a way to apply/petition to the main wikia admins for an admin position for the TXR wiki. The current single admin for this wiki has been absent for god knows how long, and so modifying the CSS that controls the look of this wiki is currently out of the question... (a modern touch-up would do wonders right?) :-/ Nice work, by the way! Wish I could do more to help, but, university assignments keep me busy...

SydEffX (talk) 05:24, January 23, 2018 (UTC)

TXR Games Edit

So you attend post-secondary too right? Guess we're all busy then :)

About ITC, ??? unfortunately isn't nearly as fast as in the previous games. He had straight line speed (250 mph max), but was affected by the same slow corner speed as all the other AI in the game. Interestingly, there's no game-limited speed in ITC; I was able to make a fully modified Supra just about hit 280 mph max in the small Wangan stretch of the game in Shinkanjo.

I personally have Zero, 3 , and ITC, with the last 2 fully completed, and Zero up until White Charisma (just wanderers left). I'm not lacking too much in info then, but I haven't personally played the drift spinoffs. Currently have a white RX7 FD with partial carbonized body panels in TXR3. I'd try to do the ITC info for rivals, but I'd need a capture card for good screenshots (I can't stand phone images...). Also too annoying to keep switching from my 360 to my PC, which are using the same monitor :/

Studying physics by the way, since you told me your degree path. Sometimes wish I got into some type of game programming though, maybe I'll learn rendering-engine coding in my spare time :P Heard the game industry can be a bit harsh though, so be careful out there!

Hope all goes well,

SydEffX (talk) 22:43, January 23, 2018 (UTC)

?'s about Admin infoEdit

Hello fellow users; I have a question regarding the Admin position for the Tokyo Xtreme Racer wiki. I have researched and attempted to locate the Admin for this wiki to see if I could ask if they could grant me permission to the Admin functions, but I could not find any user or contributor to this wiki that is listed as an Admin, and I was thinking about applying to become the Admin for the Tokyo Xtreme Racer wiki since I have contributed a wide amount of content over the last few months as well as adding some new pages to the wiki. I wanted to put the message out that I would like to apply for the Admin position for this wiki and let other users know about my proposal.

My goals are as follows:

  • To have comprehensive, detailed information throughout the wiki;
  • Fix any mistakes/errors/typos that this wiki may have;
  • To be open-minded and listen to any suggestions from other users;
  • To protect the wiki in the event that a user vandalizes, tampers, or harms the wiki in any way;

By the way, this wiki is not just a one-person effort; if you have any information you would like to contribute feel free to add your material wherever it is needed. Also, if you have better-quality information, pictures, videos, or anything that can improve on the content that is already there, you are more than welcome to make these changes. There is always room for improvement, and together we can make this wiki better.

Thank you for your support and contributions to the Tokyo Xtreme Racer wiki!

MadDriver100 (talk) 21:54, January 24, 2018 (UTC)

Lantzs10 is the sole "Bureaucrat/Founder" of this particular wiki (admin, basically). He hasn't been around since 2011 though. Unfortunately, you may need to somehow leave a message to the main wikia admins? That is, the people who develop the Fandom/wikia system backbone of every fan wiki. Just my 2 cents!

SydEffX (talk) 22:48, January 24, 2018 (UTC)

Wiki Adoption: Perhaps this link may help?

SydEffX (talk) 22:55, January 24, 2018 (UTC)

Thank you for the information; I will get to it as soon as possible!

MadDriver100 (talk) 23:01, January 24, 2018 (UTC)

Hey there! Edit

Hello, I'm new to this wiki! I'd be happy to provide information from Street Supremacy and Import Tuner Challenge. Yuutsuna-Tenshi (talk) 01:27, January 25, 2018 (UTC)

Hello! I appreaciate your offer and thank you for your contributions so far to the wiki. I have just finished setting up a rivals page for Import Tuner Challenge with rival and team names but no pages for the teams and rivals themselves have been created yet. Also, I am unsure if there is a rivals page for Street Supremacy on this wiki yet but it would be great to have one (note that I haven't played Street Supremacy but know that many of the reoccuring rivals from the Tokyo Xtreme Racer series are in the game).

I am looking forward to seeing more of your contributions on the wiki. If you need help with something feel free to let me or one of the other contributors know.

Best regards, MadDriver100 (talk) 02:33, January 25, 2018 (UTC)

About Be Legend. Edit

I found out on a Japanese website that has information relating to Shutokou Battle X/Import Tuner Challenge that the members of Be Legend are indeed former 13 Devils and Zodiac. I used Google Translate to decipher the Japanese, even though it's not exactly the best source.

Yuutsuna-Tenshi (talk) 22:37, February 8, 2018 (UTC)

I'd like to help!Edit

Hello, I came across this wiki and I would like to be able to help somehow with it.  I haven't played many of the TXR games except 3, which I played many times over.  I actually have around 5 copies of the game since some of them have issues like sound gliching, haha.

Its a game I'm very passionate about and would love to help build a wiki on.  Im new to this so forgive me if things are slow in the beginning.  I have a few saves of 3, hopefully one of which is completed so I can add in info.  Thanks!

02:33, March 1, 2018 (UTC)

Hello! I heard about your message and I want to welcome you to the Tokyo Xtreme Racer wiki. It doesn't matter if you haven't played all of the games...any information that you may have can help improve this wiki. Although the amount of content on this wiki has increased considerably, there are parts of the wiki that are missing pages, information, images, or any combination of those three aspects. Also, if you see something on the wiki that can be improved, such as a typo, or if you have a better quality image to replace an existing one - you are more than welcome to improve it.

I appreciate your interest in the wiki - there are so few active users working on this wiki in general. I have done a lot of work on this wiki but I would like to see others contribute too.

If you have any questions, feel free to let me (or any other users of this wiki) know.

Best regards, MadDriver100 (talk) 03:22, March 1, 2018 (UTC)


Hello,i've a question with tokyo Xtreme Racer: Drift. There are two versions,JPN and NSTC but some of the cars got censored and replaced. I am here to ask about which version should i make a page for.

Regards, 01:30, August 11, 2018 (UTC)

My advice for you is you should do both but I can take care of it for you if you won't mind.

WildGroove (talk) 01:37, August 11, 2018 (UTC)

Hello! For the Tokyo Xtreme Racer: Drift car list page, I was thinking since some of the cars vary between the two versions, that there should be a page with three sections: -Cars in both JPN and NTSC versions; -Cars in JPN version only; -Cars in NTSC version only As for creating the page, if you want to go ahead and create the page, you are welcome to begin working on the page. I look forward to seeing it upon completion! MadDriver100 (talk) 18:15, August 11, 2018 (UTC)


I dont know what to say really, besides that I'd like to chat up about TXR, I guess. I really thought I had good dirt on this game until this wiki is full. All I have is an interesting theory on the whole TXR universe timeline... I hope we can talk soon :) 12:21, October 9, 2018 (UTC) EJ

Hi! I saw your message and I'd like to see your theory on the TXR universe timeline too. I have a theory myself that there is "canon" (somewhat) in TXR and progression in the TXR timeline as some teams have gained/lost members while other teams disbanding; some of those teams have former members who either joined new teams or going solo as Wanderers. I have noticed that many of the rival descriptions have remained constant over time in the series, but some of the events mentioned in the descriptions aren't consistent regarding events happening prior to a specific game; for example, in TXR3 Wolf Requiem had lost a friend in an accident 7 years ago but in ITC it says that event occurred 6 years before ITC took place. If TXR3 took place in 2003, and ITC taking place in 2006, then the date of Wolf Requiem's friend's accident is not clear, as 7 years before 2003 would be 1996 and 6 years before 2006 would be 2000 (when TXR2 took place). Obviously, the rivals' cars have changed at times (each game has a different selection of cars, although some are constant), but Rolling Guy will always have AE86s, Twister will always drive Mazda RX-7/RX-8 models, Top Level will always have Lancer Evolutions, and Another Star will always have WRX STis. But by piecing together a timeline, I found out some events that would seem out of place in the TXR series - for example, Orange Head of Free Way drove a Nissan Fairlady Z Z32 in the original TXR instead of a Skyline GT-R like the other members had, although he changed to a Skyline GT-R in later titles. Other changes throughout the TXR timeline include teams relocating to other sections of highway and in some cases, other cities. Knife and Forks debuts in TXR2 on the C1 Inner Loop, then moves to the Yokohama CCL in TXR3 and finally the Shibuya Rte. 3 in ITC. Wanderers such as Whirlwind Fanfare and Stalking Hammer are primarily in Tokyo during the TXR series but in TXR3 they can be found in Osaka. Although there are lapses regarding some of the events in the series (why did those Wanderers relocate to Osaka, and then back to Tokyo?), these lapses allow for "fanfiction" to occur and it is up to the person's imagination regarding events not covered in the TXR timeline. As for the different names for the rivals over time, it seems that TXR2 and TXR0 were "Westernized" regarding the rival's street name, real name, and in TXR and TXR2, car license plates. The "Westernization" in TXR2 and TXR0 wasn't consistent, as the reoccuring rivals in TXR2 would show up with a different real name and sometimes, different street name, in TXR0, while the Japanese versions are consistent with the original Japanese names. For example, the rival Receding Rich in TXR2 goes by Unbalanced Heart in TXR0, and Unbalanced Ishii (his original Japanese name) in ITC. Fortunately, the rivals' stickers are consistent, and I have been able to make connections between rivals across the TXR titles by their stickers. Had Genki used the original Japanese names through all TXR titles, it would be easier to keep track of the changes each rival has throughout the series timeline. I could blab on about TXR all day if I wanted but I think I have posted enough info for this post on my talk page. MadDriver100 (talk) 23:30, October 9, 2018 (UTC) 15:58, October 21, 2018 (UTC)Hi, Ilya again

I was really talking about how Tokyo Xtreme Racer Drift is really the prequel to the highway races :)

15:58, October 21, 2018 (UTC) That sounds very interesting! I would like to hear what you have to say about it - I noticed how TXRD actually predated TXR3 in the actual timeline even though it was released after TXR3 in the US. I am interested in learning more as each day I learn something new when contributing to this wiki. Hope to hear from you sometime! :) MadDriver100 (talk) 00:41, October 22, 2018 (UTC) 07:12, October 22, 2018 (UTC)

Hi, Ilya again

Yes, I've gathered enough information on both Iwasaki, and interestingly enough, Satoru Kobayakawa (aka Rolling Master), would love to hit you up on a proper instant messaging thing, lmao.

I would like to, but I currently don't use any instant messaging services at the moment, due to the fact that I am normally busy except for the occasional free time that I use to add to this wiki :/ However, if you want to add information to this wiki you are more than welcome to, as many pages on this wiki are incomplete at the moment. If you have any questions about how to edit wiki pages and where to add new content to the wiki let me know, as I am more than welcome to help you with that.

Best regards,

MadDriver100 (talk) 01:39, October 23, 2018 (UTC)

My Shutokou Battle 0 translated rival list has been finished Edit

CarCrazedAlex586 (talk) 11:24, November 13, 2019 (UTC) Hello, I see you're using my translated rival lists as references for different names in the Japanese versions of the games. I'm here to remind you that I finished my translated rival list for SB0, as you can see on Reddit.

That is greatly appreciated! By the way, if there are completed translated rival names for any of the following titles, let me know:

- Kaido Battle 2: Chain Reaction (PS2; I haven't found a translated list for this game yet)

- Shutokou Battle X: Zone of Control (Xbox 360; I found a website in Japanese that mentioned the game's playable cars, and it mentioned that Rolling Guy #1 was known as Rolling Noro 1 and Rolling Gal #1 was known as Rolling Musume #1, with each teams' other members with similar names with the numbers changed; however, I am unsure if this is correct or not; I presume some of the rival names are different compared to Import Tuner Challenge but I haven't confirmed that)

- Shutokou Battle: Zone of Control (PSP; another user has contributed information for some of the Street Supremacy rivals; as with SBX I presume that some of the rival names are different in the Japanese version but I couldn't locate a rival list to prove that)

- Shutokou Battle 01 (PS2; although many rival names in TXR3 were made the same as SB01, there were several names that were altered for the US version. I was aware when you added info about Magazine Freak (TXR0)/Paul Suzuki (TXR3) being called Porno Suzuki in the Japanese versions of those games, and when you had to explain to a user that you were telling the truth about his name; I wonder what other rival names were altered in the US version for the game to maintain an E rating)


MadDriver100 (talk) 21:21, November 13, 2019 (UTC)

Hi, I do have a KB2 rival list complete, and it even lists Sound Editor samples. CarCrazedAlex586 (talk) 11:16, November 14, 2019 (UTC)

Thank you! I look forward to creating the KB2 rival list page for this wiki!

MadDriver100 (talk) 21:59, November 14, 2019 (UTC)

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