Archive for November, 2012

Friday November 30, 2012 12:40

Rocket Bunny Subaru BRZ by Bee Racing

Have a look at the Rocket Bunny Subaru BRZ that Bee Racing has been working on.

Thursday November 29, 2012 12:40

First Electric FR-S by TGMY

If you haven’t yet seen on our forums, check out the first electric FR-S/86/GT86 build by Japanese electric propulsion specialist TGMY. In place of the 2.0-litre boxer petrol engine, the FT86EV uses a 75kW electric motor drawing power from a rear-mounted 37kWh lithium polymer battery pack. More details and a video inside.

Tuesday November 27, 2012 12:35

Subaru BRZ Meets HKS Supercharger

Motortrend drives the HKS supercharged Subaru BRZ in Japan. Here are their thoughts…

Monday November 26, 2012 12:04

Subaru BRZ STI NA 220-230 HP Rumors

Adding to the constantly churning rumormill regarding a future Subaru BRZ STI model is this info from Autoexpress claiming that tweaks to the naturally aspirated boxer engine will yield between 220bhp and 230bhp. Full details and discussions inside.

From Top Gear’s Worst Car In The History of the World special DVD, comes a short segment by Jeremy Clarkson on the GT86 / FR-S. We won’t play spoiler, so view the segment (and entire episode) INSIDE.

According to a report from Autocar, a convertible version of the Toyota GT86 / Scion FR-S will be revealed at the Geneva motor show next March, insiders have hinted. Full details inside.

Nice article from Pistonheads, who had a chance to hang out with the man behind the Toyota GT86 as he puts it to the ultimate Scottish B-road test.

Monday November 19, 2012 15:18

Evasive FR-S Breaks 2 Minute Lap at Buttonwillow

The Evasive Motorsports FR-S has put in an impressive showing at a recent Superlap Battle at Buttonwillow Raceway in SoCal, breaking the 2 minute laptime mark (1:59.2). Impressive results for the car’s first time out. Faster times are undoubtedly in this car’s future.

FT86CLUB member RWDRIFT has been keeping a build thread on the site for his Supercharged Rocket Bunny Widebody Conversion Build, and the project has now been completed. Check out the first end product photos INSIDE.