You guys do realise that the 'American car' crowd used to say the same stuff about people who drove those foreign Opels, right?
Technically, to those who are interested in Japanese (and Korean) cars, the 'ricer' is the guy with cheap tires on 17 or 18 inch wheels, rear 'wings' that are more than 6" tall (or have more than one blade, or sit at an improbably effective angle), lots of stickers (I refuse to call them 'graphics'), seats that say "NOS" on them, and 'bling'.
There is always a 'heirarchy', no matter what the defining limits to a specified group. The domestic guys look down on the foreign guys, the European guys look down on the Japanese guys, the Japanese guys look down on the 'more money than taste' guys, and everyone looks down on the 'banged up, rusted out poop-box' guys.
Diatribe aside, as much as I like the GT, when I head for the twisty roads (the roads around my house will rival the 'Dragon' for turns per mile, all two lane with no shoulder, just drop-offs and trees, big fat, non-moveable trees. The main road itself has been nicknamed "Blood Alley' for decades, if that's any indication) I prefer to take my '87 RX7. Much more capable than the GT, less white-knuckled. Althopugh, this preference may change once I get a Manta on the road again......