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Old 11-02-2011, 11:54 AM   #1
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Post New FR-S BRZ Technology Info! Engine specs, CoG, Drag Coefficient, Dimensions, etc.

Key Info:
  • 460mm from ground to the center of the crank/gravity (low CG)
  • 53:47 F/R weight split
  • 0.27 Cd (coefficient of drag)
  • D-4S DI engine tech (direct injection pairs with secondary EFI)
  • 1,998cc Displacement
  • 200 HP
  • 151.2 ft-lbs torque
  • 7400rpm redline
  • 12.5:1 Compression ratio
  • 86mm x 86mm bore/stroke
  • Mcpherson front suspension / Double wishbone rear
  • Rear seats fold (as one unit)
  • Cup holders can slide / be removed
  • Can carry 4 tires in rear

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Old 11-02-2011, 11:55 AM   #2
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interest~ thanks Hachi.... but I can't see rest of the pics

edit: Never mind thanks!
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Old 11-02-2011, 11:55 AM   #3
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niiiice thanks

could i get some translations

this info is going in my buyers guide
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Old 11-02-2011, 11:56 AM   #4
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fantastic!

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Old 11-02-2011, 11:56 AM   #5
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Sick!! Many thanks Hachi!!!

Only thing still up in the air is price!!
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Old 11-02-2011, 11:58 AM   #6
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lol I love the tire layout diagram with helmet looking thing next to the tire

great info!

Damnit Toyota just release the damn brochures and pricing already!
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86x86!!!! Awesome

That is a funky torque curve... looks like it has decent low range torque though, then there is a big bump when full DI kicks in. Thanks again Hachi!
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Fold-down rear seats!! Some consolation for not having a hatchback I guess.
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Old 11-02-2011, 12:02 PM   #9
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Thanks Hachi.

Daily leak. What a month?
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Is that 12.5 compression ratio? if so.. holy hell..
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Love the square bore and stroke.

Cute how it shows that you can stow 4 wheels/tires in the back =)
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can't wait for the translation

I like the bit with the folding rear seat and the four tires in the back
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Confirmed: 4 tires fit in the back. Yes!
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So they lied to us. The LFA and the 360 still have lower CoG than the FT-86! Grrr...

At least it's MUCH lower than the WRX STi.
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Love the square bore and stroke.

Cute how it shows that you can stow 4 wheels/tires in the back =)
And two golf bags too (I think).
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Great! Hopefully, this has the interior dimensions listed.
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I doubt anyone would wanna ride in my backseat once I get this thing lol Does the center console go all the way to the back like an Rx-8?
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I doubt anyone would wanna ride in my backseat once I get this thing lol Does the center console go all the way to the back like an Rx-8?
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So they lied to us. The LFA and the 360 still have lower CoG than the FT-86! Grrr...

At least it's MUCH lower than the WRX STi.
That's the centerline of the crank it looks like. Mathmatically that's 18.11", not the 17.8" previously stated so either the 17.8 is wrong or the 460mm isn't CoG. 18.11" is more than my Integra so I doubt that's accurate... I hope not.

Also they never said the lowest, they said one of the lowest. GT3's are lower too.
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