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Old 09-18-2012, 10:21 AM   #1
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Full Blown FRS/BRZ Stage 1 Turbo Kit

We Just got done with our stage 1 FRS/BRZ Turbo kit. We are happy with the results considering all the OEM parts we still have on the car.

The car still has the stock exhaust and cat. We also have the stock clutch on it for now.

This kit is now available for sale.

FBM BRZ/FRS Stage 1 Premium kit

- FBM EL Turbo manifold
- Garrett GTX2867 with Tial V-band housing
- FBM Aluminum intercooler Piping with couplers
- FBM 3" V-band Downpipe
- FBM 550hp Intercooler
- FBM Intake Pipe
- FBM Dump tube
- Tial 50mm BOV
- Tial 44mm Wastegate
- FBM 550cc injectors
- FBM 270LPH Pump
- FBM Dual slim fans
- All Hardware/oil lines and gaskets
- FBM 7psi Basemap Tuned with Ecutek

List Price $6295


(Kits comes with a overnight label for both ways) When you receive the kit, you will ship us the ecu and we will flash it with our 7psi tune and overnight it back. **No additional cost cost for license or tune.




We are constantly trying to improve our quality and efficiency for our customers. So, we will be including one of these usb sticks with every kit to ensure that every customer has an install guide and basemap easily accessible.

These will be available in a week and a half. For anyone who has already purchased our turbo kit, we will be sending these out to you as well.

On top of that, we will also include a dyno charts of our tunes on the different types of gas.



Here is the dyno @ 7psi on 91 octane pump gas vs the stock baseline. The E85 tune and 3" exhaust with higher boost tune is coming.






















E85 11.5 psi




On top of that, we will also include a dyno charts of our tunes on the different types of gas.

Here are some Dyno Vids


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Old 09-18-2012, 10:37 AM   #2
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Best looking kit ive seen so far. Awesome job.
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Old 09-18-2012, 10:42 AM   #3
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hmmm why so low tq?
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oh man, I like this kit a LOT. could really reduce the price by opting for a different turbo as well! it's a good choice though for those with the $$. probably extremely responsive.. though with a HAIR more boost it would look even better.

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looks fantastic and the cost is reasonable seeing as how it includes license and tune.
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Old 09-18-2012, 11:01 AM   #7
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Interesting.
Wat else do we need to buy besides the kit to do the job?
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Interesting.
Wat else do we need to buy besides the kit to do the job?
I dont think you need anything else. This seems like a true plug and play kit. Anything else would just be an addition but not needed(ie exhaust, gauges etc)
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you guys make nice stuff. i would like to see higher boost with e85 and or 93 octane.

is anybody going to do meth injection on these cars? i know it's not as popular but for non e85 people, it's hot stuff.
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hmmm why so low tq?
This is on 91 pump gas and the fuel mixture was on the rich side to keep it safe. We could get a little more aggressive with it, but we like to be on the conservative side with a base tune for our kits.




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Interesting.
Wat else do we need to buy besides the kit to do the job?
Absolutely nothing unless you want to have gauges or other accessories.
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any cutting or drilling required?
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How is the oil returned to the pan?
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any cutting or drilling required?
No drilling at all, Here is where you need to trim. This is done on both sides and is the only cutting you willl need to do.

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Into a supplied oil pan with -10 AN fittings and lines. No rubber hoses used. We include all AN Fittings.
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Where's the MAF sensor connect to? Is it underneath that intake tube?

Any price cut if we already have an ECUTek cable/license?

EDIT: Oh wait, I see you require sending the ECU back to you for flashing. Does this alleviate the need for an ECUTek license of our own?
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No drilling at all, Here is where you need to trim. This is done on both sides and is the only cutting you willl need to do.
not bad at all...this kit looks great. Does it only come with a 91 octane tune? I only have 93 by me.

Also, i'm assuming if someone ever wanted to go back to stock we would have to send back the ecu? It would probably pay to have your own ecutek cable and all, but its a nice option that the tune is included and you don't need it. What about people with Ecutek already?
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We can run 93 with it right?
If the price was at 5k i would buy it
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not bad at all...this kit looks great. Does it only come with a 91 octane tune? I only have 93 by me.

Also, i'm assuming if someone ever wanted to go back to stock we would have to send back the ecu? It would probably pay to have your own ecutek cable and all, but its a nice option that the tune is included and you don't need it. What about people with Ecutek already?


We are working on the 93 octane tune and will have it done in a few days. We can offer the cable as well at an additional cost or you could send the ecu back in.

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Where's the MAF sensor connect to? Is it underneath that intake tube?

Any price cut if we already have an ECUTek cable/license?

EDIT: Oh wait, I see you require sending the ECU back to you for flashing. Does this alleviate the need for an ECUTek license of our own?
There can be a discount if you already have the ECUTEK license but we have not worked that price out yet.

The maf is hidden under the charge pipe
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If the price was at 5k i would buy it
Yes sir, We tried to keep the cost down as much as we could. We could of sold a kit that requires you to source some of the other parts but we wanted this to be as complete as possible.
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Whats the biggest size turbo you think you can fit there? Looks like there is a bit of room for growth.

Also, if you surpass the 550wheel mark is there room for a bigger inter cooler with this setup?
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