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    Aikido is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Default Air Gears Japanese Title

    what is it? It might be Air Gear, but I'm trying to find out for a friend in Japan.

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    It is Air Gear...

    Illustrator: Oh Great...Ito Ogure.

    http://serialriders.free.fr/images/airgear.jpg


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    Aikido is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Thank youuuu!!!

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    jamie1990 is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    hmmm google translator automatically translates the japanese title of air gear into "fly wheel" if that helps.

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    Tetnubis is right.
    Its called Air Gear.
    Oh! Great uses a lot of English in his series and this one hapens to have an English title.



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    Aikido is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie1990
    hmmm google translator automatically translates the japanese title of air gear into "fly wheel" if that helps.
    thanks, but what I was looking for was for the name that my friend can go to her bookstore in Japan and find the title to check it out. SHe hadnt heard of it, so I wondered if it might be different in Japan. Thanks to those who asnwered. THe pic was also helpful tet.

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    shinro is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    e-a gi-a (ea gia or air gear)

    if that's what you want. its in katakana.^^

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    That's Funkay..! LMFAO. I also think it's Air Gear. I never read it, but I've watched it.
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