Right, typical Jap styling will involve a body kit of some sort. But the body kit won't just be bolted on, it will look the mut's nuts. A set or rims (although this applys to almost any style), these rims will most likely be the best size vs handling compromise. A lot of Jap styling does involve some kind of vinyl/decals (stickers). Unfortunately a lot of people use stickers belonging to parts they've not used. This is more immitation and should not be done. Jap styling also involves attention to detail. Carbon fibre is very popular among Jap styling fanatics and you'll often see a carbon fibre bonnet on a Jap car. This is because the owner knows they are making their car lighter, and often doesn't care about the grey looking bonnet. Various paint colours and combinations are also associated with Jap styling. Examples include white, black and red, green and purple two-tone and at the moment red and black is very JDM. Bright, flashy colours are also often used, other examples being the green Eclipse and orange Supra from The Fast and The Furious.