Hyper Rev books – they might look like magazines but their similarities end there – are amazing publications. Each volume is dedicated to a particular vehicle and is brimming with information, including buying and maintenance guides, tuning house articles, exhaustive parts listings and a variety of in-depth reports.

Being a Japanese publication much of this information will unfortunately remain a mystery to you – unless you’re lucky enough to be able to read Japanese – but there are still the pictures to look at, the product listings to flick through and, about 2/3rds of the way through, the “Shop Guide”. Here there’s a comprehensive listing of every tuning house or parts-maker that serves – or at least served at the time of printing – the Cappuccino. I’ve extracted the web addresses from each of the listings with an online presence (most, but not all unfortunately) and popped them into a single list for easy browsing. Google Translate is most definitely your friend here…

Hyper Rev’s “Shop Guide for Cappuccino”

www.gs-pal.com

www.cosmic-garage.com

www.ms-alpha.co.jp

www.a-route.com

www.spiegel.co.jp

www.garagelimit.com

www.saito-rollcage.co.jp

www.downhill.to/active/

www.mgm-jp.com

www.yoshieauto.com

www.monster-sport.com/shop/guide/edo/*

www.carrozzeriajapan.co.jp/unoperuno.htm

www.monster-sport.com/shop/guide/ita*

www.canam.co.jp

http://selectionr.web.fc2.com

www.biot.co.jp

www.monster-sport.com/shop/guide/ty/*

www.suruga-speed.co.jp

www.zeigen-jp.com

www.tryforce.jp

http://bcrews.hp.infoseek.co.jp [DEAD LINK]

www.fighter-e.jp

www.autorimessa.com

www.rsrs.jp

www.cozy-lights.net

www.monster-sport.com/shop/guide/iwata*

www.kimura-jidousha.com

www.deck-japan.co.jp

www.tiros.co.jp

www.carcaroffice.com [DEAD LINK]

www.t-t-works.com

www.topfuel.info

www.signalauto.co.jp

www.tanakaauto.com

www.kakimotoracing.co.jp

www.spiosk.com

www.cadcars.info

www.kc-technica.com

www.navic-kyoto.jp

www.halfway.co.jp

www.emus-eng.co.jp

www.news-gt1.com

www.powerhousedtm.com

http://pitroadm.com

http://dogfightpro.com

www.runduce.com

www.autogaragek4.com

www.mobi39.com/mr_tireman/

www.quick-mode.com

www.mp-links.com

www.c-pupa.com

* These Monster-Sport listings look like links to particular stores, but I’ve left them in anyway…