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GReddy's 600hp Cosworth EJ25 FR-S (86/BRZ) [lots of engine bay pics]


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Article from some random place on the internet..


GReddy Scion FR-S


June 5, 2012



You’ve probably heard about it by now. Whichever variation you’re into, whether it be the Scion FR-S, Toyota GT86, or the Subaru BRZ, this car is sure to reignite the entry-level performance vehicle industry. Scion Racing has partnered with GReddy Performance to build a one-of-a-kind FR-S as to excite tuners, a vehicle who’s specs (AKA specifications) are revealed below.

It boasts 600 horsepower and 500 ft/lb of torque due to its TURBO 4 built with a Cosworth CS600 Series EJ25 long block. With this much power and a predetermined use for the vehicle, drifting, a 4 Speed G-Force GSR transmission was incorporated. Let’s not forget that this highly-modified FR-S weighs an estimated 2300 lbs, 300 lbs lighter than a stock FR-S!
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For more information on this build, visit these Scion forums or GReddy’s page
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love the V mount radiator/inter cooler set up, alot of hardcore modifiers are going that way now..

where's the turbo? I can't see it on my phone, is it up the front p/s next to the V mount?

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Pedders XA Coilovers - Rota SVN 18x8.5 - Whiteline RSB - Whiteline Endlinks - Ultrex Front Strut Brace - Ultrex Rear Strut Brace - Ultrex Rear Spoiler - Black Out Headlights - Sti Tailights


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turbo's in the normal subaru spot, just with a hell of a twist on it :P

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turbo's in the normal subaru spot, just with a hell of a twist on it :P

faaark me its at a right angle! haha just noticed it

2005 Subaru Forester MY06 SG9 X 5 Speed Manual 01G

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Pedders XA Coilovers - Rota SVN 18x8.5 - Whiteline RSB - Whiteline Endlinks - Ultrex Front Strut Brace - Ultrex Rear Strut Brace - Ultrex Rear Spoiler - Black Out Headlights - Sti Tailights


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4 speed? dont tell me all that work went into an auto?

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Check out its Build Video!

http://www.youtube.c...d&v=uj9WYqHcw2o

As said above, more info is on its website

http://greddy.com/featured/33

2005 Subaru Forester MY06 SG9 X 5 Speed Manual 01G

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Pedders XA Coilovers - Rota SVN 18x8.5 - Whiteline RSB - Whiteline Endlinks - Ultrex Front Strut Brace - Ultrex Rear Strut Brace - Ultrex Rear Spoiler - Black Out Headlights - Sti Tailights


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Thats awsome look clean.
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5th and 6th are generally econo gears for the road, not to mention it obviously isn't the stock gearbox so nothing wrong with 4 speed.
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4 speed? dont tell me all that work went into an auto?

It's a 4 speed manual.




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