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  1. 86 WOLF - My Journey In 2012 when the toyota 86 first came out i was instantly drawn to their appearance. Being young (14 years old) i wasnt so into the performance side, it was a sporty looking car so it must be fast! The aftermarket scene blew up with big reatilers releasing aesthetic products for these cars. Afew years went on and i had started to make a list of all the aftermarket gear i wanted for when i finally land myself one. The time finally came, i waited out until the new facelift model (2017) was released. My first experience driving it was filled with smiles and excitement, i began learning how the car handles, its strengths and weaknesses. I didnt really understand why toyota/ subaru never released a turbocharged version from factory until i started to go on some "spirit" drives and afew track days. The power was perfictly designed for the crazy amount of handling the car provided, you could have your foot to the floor, absoultey gunning it around a hard corner and it would stick like it was on train tracks. The First part of my build included: 1. Invidia N1 Catback I chose this exhaust because it was loud and grumbly, it complimented the boxer engine and had a nice tone to it. 2. Tomei UEL headers Aftermarket Headers allowed me to increase my power aswell as add some more sound to the car. With the headers came a tune, this tune deleted the torque dip that the 86/brz have from factory, its around 3,000rpm. I was sitting at around 120kw 3. Tomei Overpipe The overpipe opened up the exhaust system a tiny bit and allowed more flow, i got a small increase of torque with the tune but no increase in sound. 4. Pedders Xtreme XA Coilovers Working for pedders i thought id give these coilovers a good go, after doing some research and asking around, they are a similar design to BC Racing / Tein coilvers. Going from Factory springs/shocks to coilovers was a big change. The stiffness was definetly noticeable with the settings i first put my dampners to. I lowered the car about and inch and a half and already i could feel a noticeable difference when cornering, the handling improved and i began to play with the dampners. 5. Rays 57XTREME SP-SPEC Rims + Hankook Tyres These rims caught my eye the second i saw them, i decided to go with a 18x9.5 + 40 offset for all 4 rims. I knew that these specs werent ideal for performance/track seeing as that the biggest tyre size our cars can fit without rolling guards are 255's maybe even 265's depending on height of the car and ofcourse the wheel alignment specs. I went with the most common tyre size, 245/40/18. It was a massive stretch with a good chunk of the rim face sticking out, but hey, it looked cool! The Hankook Ventus 3's were 245/40/18, they were street tyres, but performed pretty well in the dry. In the wet they began to slip on tight turns easily. 6. IRP Short Shifter This shifter shortnered the gear throws by 60%, not to mention the height of the shifter its self. It was deisgned tall so that you could have your hands close to the steering wheel when shifting. The Second part of build: 1. MXP COMPETITION RS Catback This system wasnt quite as loud as the Invidia N1 (still loud) but had a deep rasp, the deisgn of it was much better aswell aestheically. 2. Cosmic Performance tune With the new catback on it was time for a fine tune. I decided to go for a power tune with added pop and crackles. In terms of power gains from the previous tune, it felt more responisve and more torquie. The pop and crackles sounded like a lamboguinie avendator roaring down the street, it actually helped to cool the cars temperatures. Third part of my build/ Current. It was time to look into going FI. I did my research and came across many turbo kits, the only 3 that caught my eye in terms of power gains/ design was the JDL UEL Turbo kit, Full Blown Motorsport kit and the Sydney Motorsport Engineering (SME) SPEC R kit. 1. SME SPEC R TURBO KIT This kit unlike most, wasnt a Greddy style kit. The SME Spec R kit featured a Garret GT3076 Turbo, Dual port TurboSmart BOV, Turbosmart Wastegate, 3" Downpipe, Short but thick intercooler so that i didnt have to take out my crash bar (keeping it engineerable). The piping was clean, hiding the K&N Podfilter just behind the front bar above the grill. 2. Tune + Problems My first tune was unsuccessful, the new ECU of the facelift model provided challenges for the tuners, having new fueling/ scaling maps etc. I ran into the problem that my injectors couldnt keep up with the big turbo. The fuel would cut at around 4k rpm just as the wastegate/screamer opens. 3. Plumb Screamer I decided to plumb the screamer pipe into the downpipe for engineering purposes and to eliminate the horrible sound it made when the wastegate openend. This did cost me power/ a small torque dip. 4. 1000CC Injectors + Retune Once again the new ECU challenged the tuners, this time i decided to go for a dyno tune instead of a street tune, having solid power figures and a reliable map of AFR Levels etc was importnant to me so that i knew everything was running well. The injectors i chose were ID 1000cc's, go big or go home. I went 1000cc so that i had plenty of room in the future. The tune went better than expected, landing 208kw at the wheels and 290nm of torque on only 5 PSI. Due to the wastegate being internal there was a small torque dip at around 4k rpm, only noticeable because full boost would hit just after the wastegate opened and it would kick harder. For a GT3076 the new Manifold must have played a big part in the lag. Boost kicks in at 2.7k rpm on heavy load and hits hard. This was unexpected because earlier models with the same size turbo were hitting boost at around 3.5k rpm. 5. Bridgestone RE003's in 255/30/18 all round. This tyre size took away most of the stretch that i had before on the 245/40/18 hankooks. It was almost flush. With the car being boosted i needed extra grip, i ran the hankooks for one week with the turbo setup and would constantly loose traction, afew times accidentally tail whipping even in 3rd gear. The Bridgestone RE003's made a massive difference to the level of grip the car had. Since running these tyres i have yet to tailwhip. The old pacific highway was a good place to develope my skills and to relearn the feel of the car. (At the private road in mexico) I hit the corners much tigher than i had before and the car never once felt out of control or lacking grip. With the turbo on i couldnt flat foot it anymore around corners like the 86 was originally deisgned to be capable of. I had to easy on and off the throttle to prevent boost kicking my rear end out, but yet it never did. The tyres didnt take long to heat up but even then they were solid when cold. My plans for the future. 1. Clutch + Rear Axles (CV'S) These are the only things holding me back from making big power. The stock clutch is currently starting to slip, but is also limiting me as to how much boost i can run. 5PSI is the recommended max for the stock clutch with this size turbo due to its high power figures. Once i get a clutch installed i will up the boost to a very safe and reliable 8psi which will put me around the 220-230kw on 98 Octane and will greatly increase the torque to 350-400nm. I will be needing 600HP Carbon Fibre Axles so that im able to safely launch the car in 1st without anything breaking. 2. Oil Cooler + Catch Can These will be essential for summer and for the track days i plan to do. Current temps sit around 105 degrees when on spirited runs, and around 100 degrees daily driving. Currently i can smell unburnt oil after giving the car a good flogging. Im hoping the catch can will contain it and prevent it from recirculating around the system. 3. Big Brake Kit or Brake upgrade. NEEEEED. The stock breaks are no where near strong enough to stop me. I plan on upgrading to AP Racing callipers, Minimum 4pot front and 2 pot rears. 4. E85 FLEX Fuel POWER GAINS!!!! Having the ability to go flex is handy due to there not being many UNITED E85 Service staions around my area. The power increases will be massive and i will be look to max out around 265kw at the wheels until i get a new gearbox. 5. Spoiler With all the power, i will need some downforce for the track, i am wanting the VOLTEX TYPE 7 Swan Neck. Its super agressive and will definetly give me enough downforce. 6. Straight cut gearbox Sounds amazing and will allow me to go over 265kw safely. 7. Built Motor The road to 300kw+ With a built motor my car will finally be able to reach its full potential and my final goal. Having a GT3076 Turbo its going to produce crazy amounts of power. Its rated up to 750HP and can handle 30psi. I will easily be making over 300kw on E85 with around 14-18PSI.
  2. 86 WOLF - My Journey to Force Induction The First part of my build included: 1. Invidia N1 Catback I chose this exhaust because it was loud and grumbly, it complimented the boxer engine and had a nice tone to it. 2. Tomei UEL headers Aftermarket Headers allowed me to increase my power aswell as add some more sound to the car. With the headers came a tune, this tune deleted the torque dip that the 86/brz have from factory, its around 3,000rpm. I was sitting at around 120kw 3. Tomei Overpipe The overpipe opened up the exhaust system a tiny bit and allowed more flow, i got a small increase of torque with the tune but no increase in sound. 4. Pedders Xtreme XA Coilovers Working for pedders i thought id give these coilovers a good go, after doing some research and asking around, they are a similar design to BC Racing / Tein coilvers. Going from Factory springs/shocks to coilovers was a big change. The stiffness was definetly noticeable with the settings i first put my dampners to. I lowered the car about and inch and a half and already i could feel a noticeable difference when cornering, the handling improved and i began to play with the dampners. 5. Rays 57XTREME SP-SPEC Rims + Hankook Tyres These rims caught my eye the second i saw them, i decided to go with a 18x9.5 + 40 offset for all 4 rims. I knew that these specs werent ideal for performance/track seeing as that the biggest tyre size our cars can fit without rolling guards are 255's maybe even 265's depending on height of the car and ofcourse the wheel alignment specs. I went with the most common tyre size, 245/40/18. It was a massive stretch with a good chunk of the rim face sticking out, but hey, it looked cool! The Hankook Ventus 3's were 245/40/18, they were street tyres, but performed pretty well in the dry. In the wet they began to slip on tight turns easily. 6. IRP Short Shifter This shifter shortnered the gear throws by 60%, not to mention the height of the shifter its self. It was deisgned tall so that you could have your hands close to the steering wheel when shifting. The Second part of build: 1. MXP COMPETITION RS Catback This system wasnt quite as loud as the Invidia N1 (still loud) but had a deep rasp, the deisgn of it was much better aswell aestheically. 2. Cosmic Performance tune With the new catback on it was time for a fine tune. I decided to go for a power tune with added pop and crackles. In terms of power gains from the previous tune, it felt more responisve and more torquie. The pop and crackles sounded like a lamboguinie avendator roaring down the street, it actually helped to cool the cars temperatures. Third part of my build/ Current. It was time to look into going FI. I did my research and came across many turbo kits, the only 3 that caught my eye in terms of power gains/ design was the JDL UEL Turbo kit, Full Blown Motorsport kit and the Sydney Motorsport Engineering (SME) SPEC R kit. 1. SME SPEC R TURBO KIT This kit unlike most, wasnt a Greddy style kit. The SME Spec R kit featured a Garret GT3076 Turbo, Dual port TurboSmart BOV, Turbosmart Wastegate, 3" Downpipe, Short but thick intercooler so that i didnt have to take out my crash bar (keeping it engineerable). The piping was clean, hiding the K&N Podfilter just behind the front bar above the grill. 2. Tune + Problems My first tune was unsuccessful, the new ECU of the facelift model provided challenges for the tuners, having new fueling/ scaling maps etc. I ran into the problem that my injectors couldnt keep up with the big turbo. The fuel would cut at around 4k rpm just as the wastegate/screamer opens. 3. Plumb Screamer I decided to plumb the screamer pipe into the downpipe for engineering purposes and to eliminate the horrible sound it made when the wastegate openend. This did cost me power/ a small torque dip. 4. 1000CC Injectors + Retune Once again the new ECU challenged the tuners, this time i decided to go for a dyno tune instead of a street tune, having solid power figures and a reliable map of AFR Levels etc was importnant to me so that i knew everything was running well. The injectors i chose were ID 1000cc's, go big or go home. I went 1000cc so that i had plenty of room in the future. The tune went better than expected, landing 208kw at the wheels and 290nm of torque on only 5 PSI. Due to the wastegate being internal there was a small torque dip at around 4k rpm, only noticeable because full boost would hit just after the wastegate opened and it would kick harder. For a GT3076 the new Manifold must have played a big part in the lag. Boost kicks in at 2.7k rpm on heavy load and hits hard. This was unexpected because earlier models with the same size turbo were hitting boost at around 3.5k rpm. 5. Bridgestone RE003's in 255/30/18 all round. This tyre size took away most of the stretch that i had before on the 245/40/18 hankooks. It was almost flush. With the car being boosted i needed extra grip, i ran the hankooks for one week with the turbo setup and would constantly loose traction, afew times accidentally tail whipping even in 3rd gear. The Bridgestone RE003's made a massive difference to the level of grip the car had. Since running these tyres i have yet to tailwhip. The old pacific highway was a good place to develope my skills and to relearn the feel of the car. (At the private road in mexico) I hit the corners much tigher than i had before and the car never once felt out of control or lacking grip. With the turbo on i couldnt flat foot it anymore around corners like the 86 was originally deisgned to be capable of. I had to easy on and off the throttle to prevent boost kicking my rear end out, but yet it never did. The tyres didnt take long to heat up but even then they were solid when cold. My plans for the future. 1. Clutch + Rear Axles (CV'S) These are the only things holding me back from making big power. The stock clutch is currently starting to slip, but is also limiting me as to how much boost i can run. 5PSI is the recommended max for the stock clutch with this size turbo due to its high power figures. Once i get a clutch installed i will up the boost to a very safe and reliable 8psi which will put me around the 220-230kw on 98 Octane and will greatly increase the torque to 350-400nm. I will be needing 600HP Carbon Fibre Axles so that im able to safely launch the car in 1st without anything breaking. 2. Oil Cooler + Catch Can These will be essential for summer and for the track days i plan to do. Current temps sit around 105 degrees when on spirited runs, and around 100 degrees daily driving. Currently i can smell unburnt oil after giving the car a good flogging. Im hoping the catch can will contain it and prevent it from recirculating around the system. 3. Big Brake Kit or Brake upgrade. NEEEEED. The stock breaks are no where near strong enough to stop me. I plan on upgrading to AP Racing callipers, Minimum 4pot front and 2 pot rears. 4. E85 FLEX Fuel POWER GAINS!!!! Having the ability to go flex is handy due to there not being many UNITED E85 Service staions around my area. The power increases will be massive and i will be look to max out around 265kw at the wheels until i get a new gearbox. 5. Spoiler With all the power, i will need some downforce for the track, i am wanting the VOLTEX TYPE 7 Swan Neck. Its super agressive and will definetly give me enough downforce. 6. Straight cut gearbox Sounds amazing and will allow me to go over 265kw safely. 7. Built Motor The road to 300kw+ With a built motor my car will finally be able to reach its full potential and my final goal. Having a GT3076 Turbo its going to produce crazy amounts of power. Its rated up to 750HP and can handle 30psi. I will easily be making over 300kw on E85 with around 14-18PSI.
  3. Hey guys, First post on here so be gentle I recently picked up a pretty much brand new 2017 gts and have managed to get past the break in period. I have noticed however that while testing the cars limits that shifting in high RPMs (Above 5 - 5.5k) that when the clutch is engaged their is an almost vibration like feeling in the clutch pedal/gear stick. It definitely doesn't feel like grinding and my instincts lead me to believe its just engine/tyre vibration but confirmation would be awesome. Basically, does the lightweight nature of the car and the closeness of the engine mean you those high rpms feeling through the clutch is just a characteristic?
  4. Hi All. I have recently bought a MY17 BRZ which I love.. Only mods are new Enkei TS10 rims in OEM size, wrapped in Michelin PS4 rubber - a massive improvement over the Primacy rubber obviously. As such my stock rims are for sale - happy to sell as a set of 4 for track day rubber, or individually too if any of you are after a full size spare. I'm in the Adelaide Hills (5252), and they are boxed up ready to post/pick up. Thanks for looking. Dan https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/adelaide-cbd/wheels-tyres-rims/17-alloy-wheels-brz-86-set-of-4-or-sell-individually-for-spare-/1166837276
  5. Hi All, New proud owner of a 2012 86 GT. Love my car, it's so much fun to drive, i have three questions i hope someone can help answer : 1 - I sometimes feel a slight wobble in the steering wheel after a speed bump, even in very low speeds. what could this issue be and do i need to take it to a mechanic to get it checked ? 2 - When the car starts moving after being garaged over night, i hear a clunk and then i never hear it again until the next time the car is driven after beeing parked for a while. is that normal ? 3 - on the rear wheel arches, where the plastic fittings meet the bumper, i can see two holes on each side. should there be clips on those or it's normal for them to be empty ? Sorry in advance if those questions are repeated.
  6. Hey guys, my 86 has a few issues that have been mentioned in a previous post of mine. I have not addressed them further because the specific causes have not yet been identified, so I was hoping that I could get some more responses to help me crack down on the issues rather than spending hundreds of dollars getting them assessed. Once I get an idea how to fix them I will happily spend the money to get them fixed. *As I bought the car these issues were present, and immediately went for a full logbook service and check, changed oils, trans fluids etc. and they said that because the issues are not effecting performance, to save myself the time, effort and money that would be needed to fix them. It has reached the point where I can't deal with them anymore and want to do something about it. 1. Resounding, noisy whine I've driven other 86's that aren't like this. When accelerating, there is a really loud, annoying and high pitched whining sound. Believed to be a problem with the transmission which is creating the whine, although the specific cause is unknown so it's not ideal to just replace the entire transmission if you know what I mean. Any ideas of what it could possibly be creating the whine? 2. Grinding gearbox I'm aware it's a common issue across the board with the gearbox in the 86, although my case seems to be quite severe. At startup when the car is still cold, it's near impossible to engage into 1st and 2nd without a massive crunch which feels like it's doing harm (*note this IS NOT the common thudding noise when shifting into 1st). 3rd and 4th are much better, but still have a dramatic crunch (worse than the common grinding). It needs to be forced into gears with excessive effort and I'm starting to get frustrated with the quality of shifting. It does improve once warmed up although doesn't completely subside. Thanks in advance for any help guys!
  7. Hi all I'm new to the forum (so if there is anything I may have missed or done incorrectly, please alert me and I'll correct it). I'm looking to buy an 86. Preferably model year 2015 (with the shark fin antenna, carbon fibre like interior and suspension updates). So I've been looking around and have a few questions: 1) What exactly are the suspension updates from model year 14 to 15? Are there big differences in terms of using the car as a daily, no track, and mostly highway km's? (If this is already posted elsewhere on the forum please let me know and I'll edit this out). 2) The car I'm currently looking at from a seller, was not driven for the first 3 months since new from 2014 January (model year 2014). After that, it was driven approximately once a week, for very short trips (totalling 1000km over 2 years). It's had one service approximately at the 12000km mark in 2016. Would there be any potential issues for a car rarely driven, and one that was not driven for 3 months? I've looked around on Google but couldn't find an exact answer, some say it's fine, some say it's not. Thanks, Raneer
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  9. Hi I'm new to this forum so I don't know where to post this but this category suited it the most. My new Toyota 86 has been doing 12.2L/100km. I just want to see if anyone else has this issue? I don't rev it out much. It's always under 5k rpm most of the time. By the way I just broke it in. It's clocked 2000km on the odo.
  10. Hey all...recently got an 86 blackline. Love the car...wasnt keen on the decals at first but growing on me, but i am sure i will get rid of it, im worried the paint will look odd if and when i do remove it. Thought id share my new ride. Hope to meet you guys for a cruise in Sydney be awesome!
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  12. Hey Guys, I just picked up my 2012 GT86 a couple weeks ago with 31900km. It was previously the show car for Bullet Superchargers, sporting their Spritex supercharger kit+intercooler, 6/4 pot JBT brakes, fully adjustable Tein suspension, Rota 235/40 18" wheels and carbon GT wing. It was tuned by Ecutek. Unfortunately I couldn't afford the $37k price tag with the supercharger, but for $24k managed to keep the Tein suspension, Rota wheels and GT wing. Only lost the fancy brakes and the glorious suspercharger but made a point not to drive it while it was boosted so I don't feel like I am missing out, the car still represents great value I think with only 1000km on the original brakes/radiator and is mint inside and out-plus I kept plenty of good bits and got a free BRZ tune from Cayote Tuning! I absolutely love it, the driving pleasure is through the roof and it feels so much newer and more refined (and reliable) than my previous non-turbo Toyota Supra, which was amazing fun but was continuallly emptying my wallet with repair costs (pic attached). Still trying to sell her. Anyways sorry for the long intro and life story, I live in Robina on the Gold Coast (originally moved up from South Africa 9 years ago) and keen to meet some new faces, learn a lot and get into it!
  13. Hi guys, my name is Jay living in south brisbane. I have 86 gts and intending to upgrade exhaust and ECU tunning. Firstly, I want to increase horse power and willing to do everything except for turbo/supercharger upgrade. *Exhasut *intake *ECU CHIP/TUNE *Lower spring *Brake they are the list that im going to upgrade on my 86 I have never done thoes before and have no much information about the car tuning. As my first two priority from the list are exhasut and ECU tuning, can you guys give me suggestion and recommend shop somewhere close from rochedale? Also does anyone have done ECU tuning and how much power does it increase? also how much? p.s plz recommend me bodykit fitting shop in brisbane thanks thank you
  14. Spotted this in Coorparoo in QLD a week back:
  15. Hello All, My name is Moe and i work for Cannon Toyota In Heidelberg Victoria. if you're wanting to purchase a part or purchase a new Toyota 86 you can most certainly contact me and i will help you with anything. also any updates at all that i receive from work in regards to the 86 i will post up. you can reach me by email or private message [email protected] I can help you save heaps off your new purchase!!! Thank you
  16. Regrettably for sale is my 2013 Toyota 86 GTS. I have owned the car since new and it has been an absolute joy owning and driving the car. Car was purchased from NorthPoint Toyota Hillcrest on North East Road in March 2013 and has never had any issues.The 86 was purchased with the colour Pegasus White (Pearl White) which looks absolutely stunning from any angle, especially when in the sun. Other options that were purchased from the dealer, when new, are: - Tinted windows at 35% all round (lowest legal tint), which have a life-time warranty. - Ceramic paint protection, which includes a 20 year warranty against paint bubbling, fading or discolouration. - 3 Year/150,000km Extended Factory Warranty, the car still has 1 year left of its original warranty and once that is complete the extended factory warranty starts and goes for another 3 years or up until 150,000km The car is always serviced on time at the dealer and also had its oil changed at the 1000km inspection service, which was requested by me, as I believe all new engines should have their oil changed at this time due to metal shavings in the oil from wear on new engines. Also at the 1000km engine oil change a magnetic sump plug was fitted to collect and hold any fine metal filings/fragments from the wear of the new engine. The car has only travelled 11,500km, most of which have been highway/freeway kms and easily gets 500km to a tank of fuel. More kms could be obtained from a tank of fuel if driven very lightly. Only BP Ultimate 98 octane fuel has ever been used since day 1. Car has always been taken care of and washed regularly as I treat all my cars like a baby. During my ownership of the 86 I have added a few aftermarket accessories to give the car that extra edge it was missing from factory. The following are the aftermarket accessories fitted to the car: - Invidia N1 Titanium Tipped 2.5" cat-back exhaust (Gives a great note with out being stupidly loud) - Apexi Hi-Flow panel air filter - Grazio & Co matte black Toyota emblem badges - Subaru BRZ side fender garnish/vent - Beatsonic shark-fin antenna (colour coded - Pegasus White) - TOM's clear L.E.D taillights - TRD petrol filler cap - TRD oil filler cap (made from billet steel) - TRD radiator cap - TRD green sound tube - Cusco carbon fibre front strut tower brace bar, with brake master cylinder stopper - Beatrush rear strut tower brace bar (does not need cutting of carpet like other brands do) - Phillips 6000K HID headlight globes (gives a whiter, brighter light) - L.E.D front fog lamps - L.E.D number plate lights - L.E.D reverse lights - 86 steering wheel badge - Greddy magnetic sump plug The above accessories really give the car a unique look and it gets looks everywhere it goes, while the exhaust and strut brace bars really make the car sound and perform much better than factory. I also have a few parts which haven't been put on the car as I haven't had time to do, these parts will be go with the car if sold for the right price: - Centre console arm rest mould (just needs to have leather or alacantra applied to it and its ready to go) - Navigation & Phone lock bypass (Allows driver to use the navigation & phone while driving instead of needing to be stopped) - Clear front and side/fendor indicator globes - Couple black interior bits (was planning on changing silver interior bits to black and carbon fibre parts but never got around to doing it) Also have original parts such as the exhaust, taillights (quite expensive items), antenna etc etc, which can go with the new owner if they want them. Car is priced at $34,900. I am slightly negotiable but please don't bother offering ridiculous offers, I am in no rush to sell this beautiful car. **Please Note** car will not be sold with premuim XX number plates. Standard issue plates will be fitted to the car prior to sale. Feel free to call, sms or email me and inspections are welcomed. Please contact Vince on - Mobile: 0432183021 Carsales ad link: http://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/Toyota-86-2013/SSE-AD-3192602/?Cr=11&sdmvc=1
  17. So I went and test drove an 86 yesterday, and it was absolutely perfect for what I am after. I am planning on buying one brand new, preferably the GTS model in automatic. Was speaking to Toyota and they said that the ones they have in stock are the 2014. My question is, should I buy one now, or wait a little bit until the new model comes out (2015 model)? Because it seems as if all the new models of the 86 come out around mid-year.
  18. **** TO PURCHASE THESE AND OTHER 86 RELATED ITEMS CLICK HERE **** http://streetfx.com.au/store/index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=193 StreetFX "ALL IN ONE" Digital HID H11 Upgrade for 86 GT (Plug and Play) After a lot of testing, we are now happy to release an All - In - One (AIO) solution for GT owners who didn't like the messy wiring looms and separate bulb/ballast/igniter boxes. Here we have a Ballast which fits directly to the bulb, much like factory BMW and so forth. These twist lock directly to your standard H11 locator, and are full plug and play. Cops will have no idea they are not stock. We only stock them in 6000k for idea road visibility. Any higher colour temp can lose you night driving ability. Anyway, onto the "how to". Time required: Around 5-6 Minutes. CLICK THE PICS FOR FULL SIZE! You must be logged in to view these images.. Included in the StreetFX package is the Bulbs, in this image you can see they have already been pressed onto the ballasts (it's pretty self explanatory). We also include a free set of parking lights. If you are interested in these kits, the link to buy is here: 1) Unbox them, insert the bulbs into the ballasts (they can only fit in one way). Remove the protective foam from the bulbs. 2) Pop your bonnet, start with the Left Hand side (passenger side for Australian cars). 3) Grab the stock bulb backing and twist unlock it. Unplug the wiring loom out of the back of it as well (it has a small press clip on the back) 4) Get your new AIO bulb and ballast, holding the ballast section, line up the new bulb with the hole, carefully insert it and ensure you dont touch the glass against anything. 5) Twist lock the AIO Bulb and ballast into position. It should do around a 1/3 turn and stop. 6) Plug the wiring loom into the connector. 7) Test your handiwork by turning the headlights on. 8) Now do the Right Hand Side (RHS). To give yourself a bit of extra room, remove the fuse box lid. 9) With the lid removed, remove the old bulb and follow the exact instructions from the LHS.. 10) Now you're done!! **** TO PURCHASE THESE AND OTHER 86 RELATED ITEMS CLICK HERE **** http://streetfx.com.au/store/index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=193
  19. Hi guys, have been driving the car for 3000miles with the rallyarmor mud flips and find out that the front left fender liner screw hole has crack where you out the screw in. i guess i cant just fix by gluing it back tgt. Any chance any of you have replace one before and how much will it cost? cheers.
  20. Hi I am currently wrecking a toyota 86 i have most parts available atm 2000 kms on the clock I am located in Sydney Shipping and postage available around the country . Contact me via email or phone 0448 792 578 [email protected] Regards BASSAM
  21. Selling my 2012 GTS build date october, november 2012 delivery $32 000 drive away Have owned since new has 23 300klms on it, has had first service. Has paint and interior protection, floor mats, window tint, rustproofing all from brand new Work XD9 matte black wheels 18x9 front 18x10 rear 225 45 18 continental near new tyres all round. Bc coilovers near new wheels, tyres and coilovers all fit at the same time around 300klms ago upgraded 6000k HID headlights and 10 000k HID fog lights LED number plate lights and interior light Personalised plates MR86 I also still have the original 17" wheels and tyres as well as original suspension if this look does not suit you. located Gold Coast Region Phone or text: Sam 0434897338
  22. I'll start, please feel free to contribute adding photos that aren't currently on here. Whether they be concept cars, rough drafts, design drafts, photoshops.. It doesn't matter Enjoy
  23. Hi Guys, My name is Nathaniel and I'm currently studying a Graphic Design/Photography course in Geelong. I have been a member on Supraforums.com.au for the past 5 years and I'm looking for anyone in Geelong with a clean 86 or BRZ (preferably modified) who wants some free photography of their car around April or May. You will get a copy of all the raw photos that I take and a copy of all the edited photos for no charge, as this is a photography project for my course. If your interested send my a private message and if you want to look at some pictures I have taken of my 94 Toyota Supra, just jump onto my newly founded facebook page: www.facebook.com/Nathaniel-Hann-Photography-Design/265558556945970?ref=hl Kind regards, Nathaniel
  24. Hi Guys, My name is Nathaniel and I'm currently studying a Graphic Design/Photography course in Geelong. I have been a member on supraforums.com.au for the past 5 years and I'm looking for anyone in Geelong with a clean 86 or BRZ (preferably modified) who wants some free photography of their car around April or May. You will get a copy of all the RAW photos that I take and a copy of all the edited photos for no charge, as this is a photography project. If your interested send my a private message and if you want to look at some of the pictures I have taken of my 94 Toyota Supra, just jump onto my newly founded facebook page: www.facebook.com/Nathaniel-Hann-Photography-Design/265558556945970?ref=hl Kind regards, Nathaniel
  25. Brand new Project Mu HC+ brake pads still in box to suit Toyota 86/Subaru BRZ and other models such as WRX/Liberty/Legacy. located in Sydney CBD Full set front and rear Asking price $440 Wil 0488 1two1898
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