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  1. Hi all, Took some (extremely rough) pics while installing my 86/BRZ auto-fold side mirror kit, so thought I would do a quick write-up as I could not find any info online on how to do this. As the product suggest, this allows the mirrors to automatically fold in upon pressing the lock button (Or swiping the sensor on the door handle for GTS owners). Then automatically unfold when the car is switched to accessories prior to starting the vehicle. WARNING: Do this mod at your own risk, I am 100% NOT qualified in anything relating to vehicle electronics and completed this all by guess work Note: A quick thank-you to @Agent86 for picking the kit up for me whilst at Garage88! Estimated Time: Aprox 15mins Tools Required: -Phillips Head screwdriver -Flat head screwdriver This is how the kit arrives, included is a complete 'plug-and-play' loom setup with the auto-fold module, plus a few zipties, doublesided tape and a page of Japanese to admire, of which I have no-idea how to interpret.... Step 1: Removing the drivers side door card. This is done by first using a flat head screw driver to pop open the small cap behind the door handle. A phillips head screw can then be removed. Next, the plastic cover piece on the arm rest needs to be removed. This is held on by clips and a small lip at the top. So use a small amount of force and from the bottom-up. Next, is this black clip thingy (No clue what it's actually called hah), use a flat head screw driver to remove. The door card is now just held on by clips around the perimeter of the door, which simply pop out when a small amount of force is applied. Unplug the clips to the stock switches and unhook the door handle cables and you will now have complete access to the door. Now it is as straight forward as connecting the corresponding plugs to one another. Next unplug the clip which connects the door locking mechanism. Added for clarity. Now, using the final remaining black wire which runs from the automatic-fold module, split this wire into the pinkish/red wire of the door locking mechanism. (NOT the yellow wire like pictured). The black plastic piece supplied is folded and splits into this wire without the need of any cutting/splitting/soldiering. Added to illustrate the best route for the wire. Finally, attempt to neaten up the wires with the zip-ties provided. Tape the black module box to an area of the door card which will not be affected when re-installed. Finally, re-install the door card. Excuse the lack of clarity, found it rather difficult to put into writing what was involved, but it really is a straight forward mod. Happy to expand on anything if anyone has any questions.
  2. Im certain this question is asked A LOT in this forum, but the most recent one I can find is from almost a year ago. So I'm suspecting things may have changed since... Anyway, I'm looking to turbo my BRZ soon, and am chasing everyone's opinion on what kits are good, prices etc. I'm mostly chasing a stealthy looking kit (trying to keep using the factory air intake box) the only kits I've found are MRT and AVO. But, I've also found bulk bad reviews. Also, I plan on doing injectors & Fuel system and possibly cams. So a kit that is capable of doing so. I don't have a budget, but it's still going to be my daily so I don't want to go ridiculous. I plan on doing it all myself aside the dyno tune for obvious reasons, so I'm also chasing a good company to go to in Melbourne for the tune afterwards.
  3. 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
  4. Hey guys, Since things are heating up over here and the car has undergone some significant changes, and even more to come, I have started a new thread. You will need to be logged in to see the pictures. Click the icon to enlarge them I will recap some of the previous mods but will focus mostly on what is coming. I will also link to any DIYs and product supplies throughout the build, as well as where we got specific work done, as a number of companies put in a lot of time and effort helping us get this car set up, which we greatly appreciate! The engine is currently at the builders getting sleeved, forged lower compression pistons, forged rods, and a bunch of other work which I will get pictures of as soon as the internals arrive from overseas. A lot of the parts listed in this build are available from our store here: http://streetfx.com.au/store/index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=193 Picture of current vehicle status (20-January, car painted - but it will be getting repainted as I have changed my mind about the final colour finish, test fitting rims): Last "car still together" picture prior: Anyway, here is a list of modifications to date (updated 12-Oct-2013) 2012 Toyota 86 GTS AVO Turbo kit AVO Dump pipe AVO front mount intercooler Perrin cold air intake EcuTek ECU with AVO stage 1 tune MCA "Red Series" coilovers Invidia titanium tipped exhaust Invidia front pipe/cat Perrin overpipe HKS Oil cooler kit BRZ Side fender garnishes Concave concepts CC03 19x9.5in rims Toyo Proxes R888 235/35/19 semi slicks StreetFX slimline license plate bracket StreetFX LED upgrade (inside and out\ AP Racing brakes front and rear Cusco Front strut brace Cusco Rear Strut brace Cusco front and rear tow hooks Perrin transmission support mount TRD Bodykit (front/side/rear/boot lip) 24LED License plate light modules CaFi 62100 Android head unit with OBD2 interface Valenti "SG" Tail lights Valenti "SG" foglight/reverse light with StreetFX brakelight modification Beatsonic sharkfin roof antenna StreetFX chrome mirror indicator bulbs Hertz 3-way front splits Hertz 10" sub in Hertz box Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) interfaced with head unit video feed Mongoose reverse camera JPM Coachworks instrument gauge cluster cover Rocket Bunny Widebody Kit Purchased but not yet fitted: Spare engine currently being built (sleeved, forged low comp pistons, forged rods, balanced and blueprinted etc) JPM Coachworks handbrake boot JPM Coachworks gear boot JPM Coachworks speaker surrounds JPM Coachworks kneepads Seibon Carbon Fibre bonnet Rocket Bunny Wing TRD 2 way LSD Cusco rear camber arms FBM V-Band turbo manifold FBM slimline fans FBM dump pipe FBM Intercooler piping Injector Dynamics ID1000 1000cc injectors with adapters AVO Catch can and PCV Forgestar custom wheels (19in street) CC02 custom wheels (18in track) Tial V-Band 44mm wastegate Tial BOV Beatrush catch can (I dont like the look of the AVO one) Fuel pump Koyo Radiator Bayside Autostyling 10in subwoofer enclosures (one for each side of the boot) ​GFB Lightweight pulley set Greddy Evo 3 Exhaust Motiv Concepts overpipe Pair of Hertz 10in subs for boot install Things still required/not decided on: Final ECU Solution Intercooler Turbocharger selection Seibon CSL style Bootlid May change to 5x114.3 with an adapter kit List of contributors to the project: Option 1 Garage MVP Motorsports CarMods Australia Import Monster Solar Style Window Tinting NorthShore Toyota AudioExpress Brisbane MCA suspension Camerons Bodyworks OnTheRun Motorsports Hertz Audio Full Blown Motorsports Bayside Autostyling GFB Australia Things I liked along the way: The turbo kit, even at 4psi gave the car MASSIVE boost to driving joy, while not blindingly fast, it made the car feel like it should have from stock. Mountain driving in 3rd/4th gear instead of downshifting to 2nd constantly The help offered by all the companies listed above, especially Option 1 Garage who has had to put up with me turning up repeatedly trying to last minute tweaks to the car every now and then Also MVP Motorsports in the USA who have been bending over backwards to try express ship us parts for the new stage. Achilles 123S tyres = WICKED for the price! I love the MCA Suspension, massive thanks to Josh and Murray Coote, you guys rock Things I have found along the journey that I dont like: Perrin overpipe (even after modification) fouls the cross member and vibrates against it (annoying!) Invidia Exhaust tips sit too far in when coupled with the TRD rear bar The exhaust setup really needs a flex pipe or something, we have blown out gaskets and now the car sounds like a truck The invidia and perrin exhaust parts are not directly compatible, we had to kind of rejig the components to fit to each other (different types of flanges) Removing the stock fog light assembly is a bitch Without a catch can, the turbo kit causes blow-by and oil in the intake, upon research it would seem the factory PCV (crankcase valve) is not boost compatible, so this should be changed. My ABS/Traction/Stability randomly turns off - could be related to the EcuTek or the When I bought the AVO Turbo kit, it took a day to get MRT to unlock the license for the AVO tune (frustrating when I was trying to get the car on the road, would have been nice if the tune was unlocked as soon as it had sold). Toyota Motor Australia have terrible customer service - the car has a few quirks that they refused to acknowledge right at the start, these include - faltering idle, passenger window auto scroll sometimes doesnt work, the direct injection pump 'cricket chirp', to name a few. I hate the factory 'idiot proof' navigation that doesnt let you set a destination while the car is in motion GReddy took FKN FOREVER to ship the Rocket Bunny kit (waited 6 months from date of payment) The Invidia exhaust is too quiet for my liking, also the diameter of pipes narrower than I would have liked for a turbo application 9/July/2012: Stock, this is the day I picked the innocent little thing up.. Little did she know what was in for her As soon as we got the car, we changed little things like the interior/exterior lights, badges, changed to BRZ garnishes and of course ditched that horrible factory license plate bracket etc.. We also changed to LED indicators to get rid of the orange.. We now run chrome indicator bulbs instead of LEDs on the front/side. We also now run 24LED replacement numberplate light modules, as some people complained that personalised plates with frames obstructed the factory lights. DIY Installation guides for some of these parts are available here: [DIY] Installing the StreetFX slimline numberplate mount/bracket 86 GTS / BRZ 6000k HID upgrade with Philips D4S (no more hint of yellow, plus brighter!) License Plate LED light upgrade, step by step guide (GT and GTS) Boot/Trunk LED light upgrade, step by step guide (GT and GTS) DIY 86 GT GTS ZN6 BRZ reverse lights - LED bulb conversion DIY: Toyota (GT86 FT86) GT, GTS, 86, Scion FR-S, Subaru BRZ LED indicator blinker and flasher upgrade The day after we picked up the car, it went to Solar Style window tinting to get paint/interior protection and some custom tint. Next it went to Option 1 Garage for a set of coilovers (BC Racing, later switched to MCA) and rims. Then the car went to Audio Express. Hertz kindly supplied us with some awesome audio gear (amp, splits and sub), and Chris (Audio Express) installed it all along with a reverse camera, and the TPMS system: Then came the TRD bodykit from Import Monster, which was fitted by Cammo at Cameron's bodyworks: DIY guide for TRD spoiler installation here: DIY - TRD Spoiler installation, pictorial guide We were approached by MCA Suspension who wanted to test some new suspension on the car, so Josh Coote, put together a nice package for us. We currently have MCA Red suspension on it (although it is in the blue housing at the moment). With this suspension in it, Josh took the car around lakeside for testing, and we were pretty happy with the 1.03 lap times, for an otherwise stock car. We then sourced some Cusco strut braces via Jesse Streeter in Japan, and fitted them: DIY Guide for cusco braces here: Installation of Cusco Strut braces (pics) Next the engine needed addressing.. Stock the car made 108rwkw, here is a stock dyno sheet: It was always going to need more power, so we grabbed one of the first AVO turbo kits available in Australia, from "Car Mods Australia". This was fitted by Option 1 Garage over the course of a day. While we were at it, we got the Invidia and Perrin exhaust parts from CarmodsAustralia as well: When adding a turbo (extra heat), it's always good to upgrade the cooling system, so we got a HKS oil cooler from "Northshore Toyota" (a vendor on here). We also upgraded the brakes to AP Racing: AP Racing vs stock: Fitted (by option 1 garage): Not much changed on the car for a while due to work commitments and delays in supplies of parts. Due to not fitting the catch can/PCV we held off from taking the car to the track since it has been turbocharged, as we had still been using the vehicle for daily driving. During the downtime, we purchased a spare motor which was stripped down so the engine builder (JHH Engineering) could assess what would and would not be needed. It was not long before it was revealed that these are an open deck block, and would easily throw a rod through the side at the power levels we wanted if we did not strengthen it. We were initially going to just jam some forged rods/pistons in but JHH strongly advised that we should sleeve the block as well as run forged low comp pistons and forged rods. Here are some pics of the stock engine/head/pistons: Not much happened from here on, but we did a few minor tweaks like add this CaFi 62100 head unit that interfaces with the OBD2 port on the car, as well as have wifi/3g capabilities to surf the net and facebook while driving Then we change the tail lights to Valenti SG Smoked: DIY Guides for the valenti mods here: DIY: Modifying the VALENTI to for parking "V" AND brake FLASHER (F1 race style) DIY: Installing aftermarket (Valenti) FOG/Reverse lights (remove/refit) We were a little bored of the old wheels so we figured since the new rims we wanted were 19s, the old Achilles 123S tyres could say goodbye in style: We switched the old rims to these wicked looking concave CC03's.. They measure 19x9.5 and make the car look more aggressive: Update: 12-Oct-2013: The car is due to go into Cameron's Bodyworks to get the widebody kit fitted in 2 weeks. This is going to be molded in (not tacked on). We are presently waiting on the engine to be finished, so that will most likely go in shortly after the wide body is fitted. Updates to come shortly with the "good stuff" eg when the factory bodywork gets hacked off :S Update: 14-Oct-2013: Rocket Bunny kit finally arrived (took 6 months since date ordered argh!). First thing you notice is just how deep the wing is!! It's like 50cm front to back, its so aggressive and massive haha So as of next week, the cutting starts.. EEEK!! Update: 22-Oct-2013: TRD kit has been removed, front guards and bars are now off.. The work is underway.. Eeek. Love the message from Cammo (at the panel shop). My new turbo manifold and parts of the bigger turbo upgrade have arrived.. ID1000 injectors, vband manifold, recirculating dump pipe, and a bunch of other goodies now added to the pile. Update: 23-Oct-2013: First cuts to the car commence, no turning back now :S New inner guards will be made to mate to the widebody, ensuring that no dirt/dust/mud/rust can get into the guards. Rear windows removed as well, since half the car will need to be repainted. Video of the cutting click here: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=213395258834797&set=vb.384370964959763&type=2&theater Update: 24-Oct-2013: Inner guards have been mocked up and will be made and attached later (first pic shows this). Widebody guard bolted/riveted/glued onto the panel, panels being sanded and prepped ready to mold the widebody into the factory panels. New inner guard fabricated.
  5. Spotted this in Coorparoo in QLD a week back:
  6. CT Website: http://www.ctautoparts.com.au/ Facebook:https://www.facebook...#38;amp;fref=ts [CRYSTAL EYE] FT86/BRZ FULL LED REVERSE BUMPER LIGHTS !! 3 DIFFERENT COLOUR WAY: CLEAR RED / BLACK / SMOKED RRP $259 86forums.au Members Discounts price= $220 ===BLACK=== ===SMOKED=== ===CLEAR RED===
  7. Hi Guys, I've been lurking around here for a few months but havent contributed anything yet, thought it was about time! a few months back I bought my first real car, 2013 WR Blue BRZ. I had a fair few things in mind that I wanted to do to it. I often searched for people doing the exact mods that I wanted to do, but sometimes couldn't find the right thread, so hopefully this may help anyone that is looking to do these mods. Just thought I'd upload what I have done so far. Here's how it looked when I first got it. The first thing I changed was the roof. I wrapped the roof panel with Gloss black Avery Vinyl Wrap. I could have gone Matte but decided the gloss would match the shininess of the car and looked better IMO. I got a friend of mine to help with the application, we removed the aerial and side tracks and did a wet application. it was a little time consuming because I'm so fussy and if there were any imperfections I had to fix them. Because my model didn't come with a shark fin antenna, I bought an after market one off eBay for $20, wasn't the BRZ/86 specific model though, still not sure if it's too big/if I like it. At least I can change it later if I want... It works though! I tried vinyl wrapping the silver dash panel because I hate the look of that plastic silver panel (and there were some small scratches on it) It worked for a while but it was only cheap vinyl so after a few weeks it started to bubble and separate around where the Head unit sits... I Also wrapped the handles on the doors, they came out nice though, they are staying.. After this I decided it was time to give Plasti dipping a go. I bought 4 cans of black, one glossifier and one flex blue, planning on doing the wheels black (couldnt afford new rims) and some interior bits n' pieces... I did the wheels and re-did the dash panels/some extra bits.. Took me a few goes and i re did 2 of the wheels with some extra plasti dip left over. I word of advice if you're looking at doing this... Take your time! I rushed it the first time, sprayed too much on the first layers, and took it straight out and drove it (rookie error) it bubbled and peeled off 2 wheels. Do your research on how to do wheels properly before doing it. (the last photo has tire shine on it) Here's some more little bits and pieces I have plasti dipped (tried to do before, during and after. Apologies for the ones at night!) Still want to add: An aftermarket head unit, doesn't need to have navigation, just touchscreen... I'm open to suggestion, provided it is not too pricey! Aftermarket STI lip kit with rear diffuser Led front fog lights Valenti smoked tail lights with bottom "V" panel New Mats (the stock ones are just woeful) At the moment its just exterior/aesthetics because in all honesty I dont know too much about what's under the hood, but and slowly learning and am keen to get to know more! More to come... P.S. I reeeealllly want to change the stitching colour from red to blue, but I'm not sure how possible this is, short of re-upholstering the entire interior.. If anyone has any advice please send it my way!!
  8. Hi all, Phil from OzAdventure4x4 here, don't let the name put you off! I am here to offer you a product specific to your Toyota FT86 or Subaru BRZ. We specialise in the sale of tailor made, airbag compatible, waterproof seat covers and in particular - seat covers to suit your awesome FT86 or BRZ! There is no longer any need to worry about your seats getting dirty or worn out! Our seat covers are: Airbag compatible Tailor made for the FT86 / BRZ Water resistant UV stable (won't fade) Chemical & Abrasion resistant Made to order Look like the original material as opposed to covers Made from neoprene, often referred to as Wet suit material 100% Australian made! The reason for my post is that a forum member recently purchased a set off us and is extremely happy with them; he also mentioned that he had searched long and hard to find seat covers with only overseas companies selling them, not to mention at double the price of ours! Here is his feedback regarding our covers: 86 / BRZ Seat covers: Super excellent, fantastic materials and craftsmanship! Hi Phil, got around to installing the seat covers a few weeks back when I finally got the car. Super excellent, fantastic materials and craftsmanship! I'm very happy with their cut and finish. The black on black stitching makes the car appear even darker, I love it! Thank you! Van N - 8 Dec 2014 If you have any questions or would like some additional information about the seat covers please don’t hesitate to contact us. Link to seat covers: http://bit.ly/ZoJcXE Cheers Phil - OzAdventure4x4
  9. 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.
  10. Wheels and tyres are in excellent condition. They were used for less than 1000km. I have four for sale. I am looking for $500 for the set, however, if someone is seriously interested please contact me with your offer and I am willing to negotiate. I am also offering the wheels on sale individually at $150 per wheel. *** SOLD ***
  11. Hi everyone, I hope it's ok for brz owners to join, just got my blue baby last week and it looks like there's way more of you on here (and more helpful info) than over at the brz forum, so here I am Im A total noob when it comes to cars, so figured this is a good place to start for info. Mines a 2013 wr blue brz auto. So far I only plan to do some aesthetic changes: mainly trying to give the interior a bit more of a premium look and feel, also maybe swap out some or all the exterior rear lights, and then finally, maybe just maybe will think about a slight power boost if needed after driving for a few months. But first things first. Gotta get some minor scratches on the paintwork out (nightmare dealer story -arrived scratched and they don't want to know). Money and time are limited so this is going to be a long slow journey. I already have spent too many hours looking for all the perfect bits and pieces to make it look just right - bit of an obsession ! See u online
  12. Hi everyone! Well the time has come. My brand new BRZ has been delivered to the dealership, and I'm going to be picking it up on Friday. I have big plans for this car, and will be posting videos and updates on my experiences through owning, driving and modifying the car. If you're interested in following the build progress, you can do so via the following links... YOUTUBE FACEBOOK GOOGLE+ I'm looking forward to sharing the journey with you all!
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. Hi all! My name is Chris, I'm 25 and I live in the South West of WA. I took delivery of my BRZ Premium (plaque BRZ #1325) on the 11th of November 2013, and absolutely love it. So far I have added; STi Short Shifter, STi Front Splitter, STi Starter Button, TOMs LED Tail Lights, Subaru Blue Engine Cover, BRZ Floor Mats, BRZ Boot Mat, Pioneer AVH-X5550BT Audio Visual Head Unit, Black Mesh Grille, Diode Dynamics Aluminium 'STi' Acrylic Panel, Personal Number Plates. Future Plans are; STi Skirts, STi Rear Spats, Subaru Spoiler with STi Gurney Flap, Cusco Carbon Flat Bottom Steering Wheel, Titanium or Stainless Exhaust, Coilovers, Wheels of some description, Maybe Turbo or a Supercharger in the future. Day I got her A week or two after I got her Yesterday Nice and clean with new TOMs New plates My modified project car Thanks for having me. Cheers Chris
  16. 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
  17. Hi All, I am selling my Enkei RPF1 wheels and also a set of Nankang stretched tyres for any cars that have a 5x100 stug pattern. Aka Subaru's Volkwagens. The tyres are only a few months old and only have been driven on for about 2000kms so plent of tread left but one of the tyres has some scrubbing but all the rest are perfect. The size of the wheels are 18x9.5 and the ET is 38 and this is a very rare size wheel one of only 3 in Australia since they are a custom order. Please txt or email me if you have any questions. Thanks Chris Also Pickup is from either Bendigo, Kyneton Or Melbourne. Price - $2000 Mobile 04275333fournine
  18. Hi guys, I have been delivered my Dark Gray Metallic Automatic BRZ at the beginning of this month and have put 470kms to date. Not to get too personal but buying it wasn't the wisest financial decision and would like to let her go. I can assure you It is a very good car (one of the best) if nifty, nimble and economic is what you are looking for. Of course with less than 500km on the odometer you can expect a new car and to this point have been breaking it in as per the manual, less than 4000RPM but with some engine load to seal up the rings. More Specs/ Options: MY14 BRZ (Aug Build) 100% Stock w/ 36 Month free Subaru dealer servicing Optional Instrument Panel (faux carbon fibre/ black tyota emblem) Optional Rear Sensors Optional Mats Permanent Paint Protection (Ceramic Pro with lifetime warranty from Superior Shine) I live in NSW and if you are interested feel free to message me here on the forums!
  19. Just a heads up for those who haven't seen our previous threads Our facebook page is now up and running, with plenty of information on products we sell, and also any great deals we come across we feel that our loyal followers may be interested in. Almost every Friday we run a Crazy Friday Special with unheard of deals we work out with our suppliers. I suggest you check it out, you never know, you may come across something that you just have to have! You will find us over at www.facebook.com/AKRacingAus And remember, and questions no matter how small, feel free to email, call, pm on here or facebook! Check out the 'Contact Us' thread for all that info. Thanks guys, Have a great weekend! Alan & Keith AK Racing
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    We've probably all heard about it by now but the gritty details are just starting to appear so http://www.carsguide.com.au/news-and-reviews/car-news/subaru_brz_s_adds_sti_goodies?origin=hpc3 http://gt86.com.au/300-limited-edition-subar-brz-s-destined-for-australia/
  21. Hey everyone! Just stumbled across this forum today, as I noticed some traffic arriving at our website www.ViciousLED.com, which was from a link posted on this forum! Anyways, we go by the name "Vicious LED", and we are an LED vendor on the FT86club.com forums and have been in the business for about a year now. We offer parts mainly for the FR-S/BRZ/GT86, ranging from LED bulbs, housings, tail lights, and a few other misc. aftermarket parts. I was perusing this forum and couldn't seem to find where we could find information on how to become a sponsored vendor for this forum! We'd love to offer our products and deals to the community here. Can a member here set us in the right direction so that we can become a vendor? Is there someone in particular we need to speak to, or a form we need to fill out? We'd love to find out more information. It's a pleasure to be here, and I hope to chat with many of you in the coming future! Cheers
  22. Hi Guys, welcome to AK Racing. Thought we would start off with a little bit about who we are, and what we do. We are a Brisbane based company who specialise in the tuning of Mitsubishi Evolution and CJ Lancers, with tuning for the 86 right around the corner! We are also now the exclusive Australian Distributor for Ultimate-Racing exhausts and performance parts. We have just placed our first order with UR and are expecting stock to arrive in Brisbane around mid October. We have the following systems ordered with a great special for 86 forums members. 3" Dual Exit Catback Exhaust - Resonated to remove highway drone Quality 304 Stainless Steel Piping 3" Mufflers with straight through design Complete Bolt-On design for RHD vehicles 4" Single Wall Straight cut tips Pick up in Brisbane (Nation wide freight available, PM us with your address for a quote) $1138 with Tax Invoice and Full UR 5 Year Warranty. The above exhaust can also be ordered with 4" Titanium Single wall tips for an extra $200 **All prices we quote are in Australian Dollars unless stated otherwise. (Titanium finish shown in the pic below). Along with the Exhausts, AK Racing wants to be your first port of call for all items you need for your car. Filters, Fluids, Brake pads and discs, Headlight globe upgrades, and anything else you can think of. You want it? We'll get it! Just ask! Any questions you have, feel free to post up, PM, Email, or Call us! We are new to this forum, so be gentle haha! Thanks for your time Alan and Keith AK Racing Unit 3 / 3 Deakin St Brendale, Brisbane, 4500 [email protected] (07) 3889 8686
  23. For sale: Cusco Adjustable lower control arms in blue. Item condition: One arm was partially installed and the other is brand new (never installed). Details: I purchased these purely to add to the aesthetics of the car and after partially installing one arm, we realised that my car is too low and they were not visible from the rear of the car. One arm we partially installed but never fully installed. These have not been driven on. Price: Paid over $700 $500 AUD + shipping. If you would like to pay via Paypal, the buyer will cover Paypal fees. Please feel free to ask me some questions. Cheers. PHOTOS http://imgur.com/a/Xisaq Manufacturer details: CUSCO's LCA for the Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ feature a pillow ball joint and are designed to secure traction in drifting and stability during acceration under high speed cornering. Most effective when fitted with racing tires or bigger than production size tires. These arms allow for adjustment of camber in the rear of the vehicle. This is essential for lowered vehicles or race prepared vehicles. Fits: Scion FR-S Cusco Rear Adjustable Control Arm Scion FRS Cusco Rear Adjustable Control Arm Subaru BRZ Cusco Rear Adjustable Control Arm Toyota GT86 Cusco Rear Adjustable Control Arm
  24. Hi Guys I decided I want more offset with the rims I wanted and I will have to get a custom order. These are 18 x 9" +45 RAYS VOLK TE37SL genuine rims Asking $3250 these cost $4000 landed here and were a 2 month wait These have been opticoated aswell for the perfect finish with not a blemish in sight I have the original boxes and all accessories for the rims. Can supply the 255/35R18 Hankook RS3 Tyres aswell if wanted. Call or pm Luke 0404024433
  25. BRZ, FR-S, FT-86 owners!! Sharpen up your ride with a complete range of products from Whiteline! • Sway Bars • Strut Brace • Sway Bar Links • Sway Bar Braces • Strut Tops • Positive Shift Kits • Suspension Bushes • PLUS Lots more! For all your suspension requirements, give us a call, 1300 884 836! www.gslrallysport.com
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