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Old 10-31-2011, 06:42 AM   #1
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Exclamation Scion FR-S / FT-86 / Subaru BRZ Specs and Options. 200hp / 151 lb-ft tq

Scans from a training manual.

Power/weight:

HP: 147kw (200ps) / 200hp @7000rpm
Torque: 205nm (151 lb/ft) @ 6600rpm
Weight:
  • 2662 ponds (1210kg) for base manual (~ 2580 lbs dry weight)
  • 2706 pounds for higher trim manual

Columns:
First 2 column are for "small FR sport", column 1 is a higher spec model, column 2 is a lower spec model. 3rd column is Mx5/Miata, 4th is RX8 and last is CRZ. It's a comparison chart.

Top Section:

The top section is the dimension in mm, length width height wheelbase, ground clearance then number of seats. Next is weight.
Top spec manual is 1230kg, auto is 1250kg.
Low spec manual is 1210kg, auto is 1230kg.
Then its turning radius.
High spec rides on 17" wheels and low spec on 16.

Second Section:
This section is engine. Boxer 4 DOHC, 1998cc. Output as listed on 1st post above. Drinks premium unleaded and 50L fuel tank.

Fuel consumption base model:
13 km/l
30.58 mpg
49.21 kmg

Fuel consumption top model:
12.4 km/l
29.17 mpg
46.94 kmg

Third Section:
This section is front engine/rear drive, transmission type, suspension type, brake then tyre size.

High spec brakes: ventilated discs front and rear.
Low spec brakes: ventilated front, non ventilated rear.

Last Section:
Last section is equipment which is not that easy to understand. First thing I notice is top spec has LSD for manual and auto while low spec only has LSD on manual. I'll post more if I can read more.


More update:

Both spec have VSC, front passenger and front and rear curtain bags. Top spec has front LED, leather steering wheel, 6 speakers audio (low spec has 2 speakers), white rev counter with shift light and sport pedals. Top spec also has "smart entry and start".


MORE THINGS OF NOTE:


Strut front, double wishbone rear suspension
Base halogens, optional HIDs on base trim, standard HIDs on high trim
LSD on all MT cars
Stability control standard
Only 2 speaker audio on base car

High Spec:
  • Has "high-quality fabric" (上級ファブリック).
  • Option for leather heated seats with Alcantara inserts.
  • Steel door sill insert / scuff plate (ステンレス製ドアスカッフプレート)
  • Interior metallic door handle inserts
  • Carbon fiber center console trim
  • Door courtesy light
  • Knee pad on console

The "Customize Grade" at the bottom is interesting:
  • the "customize grade" bare bones model is 1190 kg !!
  • Unpainted bumper
  • 16 steelies (says ornament-included, guessing it includes the logo)
  • plastic steering wheel
  • NO A/C (only a heater)
  • Power door locks
  • Sunvisor (no vanity mirror)
  • No speakers

the car in fact does require premium unleaded gas (無鉛プレミアム)
the rear seat is one piece and is foldable (一体可動式)
did anyone mention that the high spec model comes with a digital speedo and tachometer? (デジタルスピードメーター revメーター)



Here are translated charts (by our members Spaceywilly and dimension6!!)

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Old 10-31-2011, 06:55 AM   #2
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hey ichi can you translate the spec sheet for us?

200ps and 1200 kg is not bad could have been alot worse
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Old 10-31-2011, 06:59 AM   #3
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13.0 km/liter ? damn high or what .
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First 2 column are for "small FR sport", column 1 is higher spec, column 2 is lower spec. 3rd column is Mx5/Miata, 4th is RX8 and last is CRZ. It's a comparison chart.

The top section is the dimension in mm, length width height wheelbase, ground clearance then number of seats. Next is weight. Top spec manual is 1230kg, auto is 1250kg. Low spec manual is 1210kg, auto is 1230kg. Then its turning radius. High spec rides on 17" wheels and low spec on 16.

I'll try to figure out more and post here.

More:

Next section is engine. Boxer 4 DOHC, 1998cc. Output as listed on 1st post above. Drinks unleaded and 50L fuel tank.

Then it's fuel consumption.

Next is front engine/rear drive, transmission type, suspension type, brake then tyre size.

Next section is equipment which is not that easy to understand. First thing I notice is top spec has LSD for manual and auto while low spec only has LSD on manual. I'll post more if I can read more.

More update:

Both spec have VSC, front passenger and front and rear curtain bags. Top spec has front LED, leather steering wheel, 6 speakers audio (low spec has 2 speakers), white rev counter with shift light and sport pedals. Top spec also has "smart entry and start".

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Old 10-31-2011, 07:03 AM   #5
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Thanks Nardi. It's looking more and more like a rwd DC2 type R and that'a good thing

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Yeah. The only remaining puzzle are the name and the price.

There is even 1 spec that comes in unpainted bumpers and steel wheels!!
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Looks like the lower spec won't have the switches and digital tacho like the GT-R, and the bare bone spec is ideal for the track. Cheers Nardi for sharing this
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haha awesome. i believe the non painted bumpers and steel wheels one is for people who want to take it drifting and want their own wheels and stuff. pretty good idea
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A bit like the FD2 Civic Type R where they offered a bare bone car. Only front dash, driver seat (basic style), steering wheel, 4 door trims and nothing else!!
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So 197hp/151tq in a car that weighs 2662lbs with a nice interior and exterior? Sign me up and take my money Toyobaru.
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Looks like we might be getting the tuner model after all!
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So 197hp/151tq in a car that weighs 2662lbs with a nice interior and exterior? Sign me up and take my money Toyobaru.

actually its 2711lbs with the "nice interior"
also note that the nicer ne has what look like steering wheel controls and interior options for red or black and basic ones have only all black clusters with no shift light or digi gauge

I think the 16s look nicer than the 17s that the mule has been running aroun on though

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13.0 km/liter ? damn high or what .
That's on the japanese testing cycle so I'd wait to see what the EPA gives it.
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Different headlights for the fully specced model ;o
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Torque is way too high. But thats to be expected anyways.
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A bit like the FD2 Civic Type R where they offered a bare bone car. Only front dash, driver seat (basic style), steering wheel, 4 door trims and nothing else!!
Thats not going to happen in USDM to have a bare bone choice.

Last two things I'm thining is first the price (Hopefully it will be 25K-28K USD and maybe 22K-23K USD for bare bone car).

Second, the brakes. According to the price, there will no front 4 and rear 2 big brake kits. I do have a set of EVO X brembo brakes but it will need lots of modification to do to make them fit, which may not worth to.
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No mention of brembo so I doubt very much. But the type of rear disc is diff between high and low spec. Unfortunately I don't understand what it say.
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13.0 km/liter ? damn high or what .
Its 12.4 liter/KM

which convert to MPG is 19 MPG.

Not that bad...

Could be 16 city /25 or 26 HWY MPG
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No mention of brembo so I doubt very much. But the type of rear disc is diff between high and low spec. Unfortunately I don't understand what it say.
Thanks, for brake disc you could get a set of nice after market one for cheaper price than OEM.

However, I really like high spec tacho meter, but want bare bone wheels and seats.
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There are two ways I see this playing out based on this leaked information:

Scenario one has Subaru selling the "top-spec" model with choice of options here in the United States for around 28k while Scion sells the "low-spec" model with 16s and the plain interior for about 22~24k base before you pay for "extras".

Scenario two has Subaru again selling the "top-spec" model with all of the choice options (steering wheel mounted buttons, aluminum door sills, etc.) pre-installed for 28k base but Scion also sells the "top-spec" model, like the Subaru, but with far fewer options pre-installed at 22~24k but available for purchase at a ridiculous mark-up.

We'll see.
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Thanks, for brake disc you could get a set of nice after market one for cheaper price than OEM.

However, I really like high spec tacho meter, but want bare bone wheels and seats.
Remember this is just JDM spec which maybe diff to what u get. Your wish might just come true....
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I have a feeling there will be alot of "Cool" add ons since scion is known for doing that,

I mean for the TC you can get TRD big brakes, so im sure for the FRS that will be an option as well.
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