Full Rocket Bunny FD3S Wide-Body Aero Kit Ver.2

Not happy with your Rocket Bunny Kit? That’s fine because by using a fine paint brush or fine tipped permanent marker and marking the edges of the widebody kit we can turn our Rocket Bunny into a Liberty Walk kit.

Rocket Bunny Wide-body Aero Kit – Version 2 for Subaru BRZ / Scion FRS

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Rocket Bunny Wide-body Aero Kit - Version 2.

Rocket Bunny Body Kit | Greddy X Rocket Bunny 180sx AND 240sx Widebody Aero KIT With Wing ... Rabbits flatten themselves for two reasons. One is that there is something scary and if they are close to the ground then maybe they wont be seen. The other reason is bowing to the boss. Typically the bunny's body will be close the the ground and the ears will be back on their body. The rabbit's head will be lowered to the ground as well. This stance means "I give up, you are the boss. Please don't hurt me."

Rocket Bunny Wide-body Aero Kit

The Rocket Bunny / Pandem FRS/BRZ V3 kit adds a super aggressive new look, all the way around your Scion, Toyota or Subaru. This new aggressive front bumper (the led lights in the bumper are removed) with addition of four new canards and a newly restyled front lip – consider this kit magazine worthy. As you work your way down the car the most noticeable difference between the Rocket Bunny / Pandem Version 3 to the prior Version's 1 or 2; is the side skirts and the rear over fenders. The newly redesigned Version 3 adds ducting to the back half of the FRS. This is the first kit of its kind released, when compared to the previous Rocket Bunny FRS / BRZ Wide Body Kits.

Rocket Bunny Wide-body Aero Kit

Car Make: Scion Car Model: FR-S Car Year: Notes: Scion FR-S / Subaru BRZ TRA Kyoto Designed Rocket Bunny Wide-body Aero Kit - Version (* production version will have lowered fendLearning a bunny’s body language and what it means for you as a rabbit owner can make bonding easier. One of the most common, and the most , positions is the “bun loaf.”this isn't the best example of bunny body language because lops lack ear control, therefore their ears aren't expressive... but I took this video when my girls' bond was inexplicably upset and Gaz (my lop) was suddenly terrified of Nala. you can see a fear response from Gazzles and mild aggression from Nala. based on other incidents from this same time-frame, I assume Nala would've given Gaz a nip on the bootie if I hadn't intervened:While rabbit body language is important to understand for your bunny’s health, their language is also just plain cute. Encourage your bunny to rest and relax by offering him a regular routine, with scheduled meal times and exercise sessions.