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Old 01-13-2012, 01:53 AM   #1
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Exclamation TRD 86 / FR-S Officially Announced (Parts List and Photos)


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no power mods at this stage.

TRD site:
http://www.trdparts.jp/english/2012_...manceline.html

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Old 01-13-2012, 02:00 AM   #2
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Did something just mention... push start? XD
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my very first mod must be the door stabilizer!!! i wonder how much extra power it pulls by this "mechanical part"........
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Old 01-13-2012, 02:07 AM   #4
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Hopefully Scion will sell all if not most of these trd parts
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Sweet. Lots of must have items here.
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TRD parts are cool mods. Til you realize you're replacing perfectly good stock brakes, wheels/tires, sway bars, shocks/springs that have tons of life left. You already paid for them in buying the car; now you're going to sell them at a loss? Then lose more money buying marked up TRD parts (or lose a little less if you buy used)? Then lose even more to get them installed? Which sometimes costs more than the part being installed and why I gravitate towards DIY. But I still want these parts. I hope they come pre-installed in a TRD or STI or PROVA edition. They may have a higher sticker price but should cost less than modding a stock car.

Toyota really knows how to gyp you! I've fallen for it several times over.
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I see that duck tail on BRZ.
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door stabilizer? what the fuck. why isnt the door stabilized from the factory?
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I'm new to the Toyota world but TRD parts are after-market parts installed by your local Toyota dealer and can't be ordered directly?
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I do get a kick out of all these parts... Toyota spends all this time setting up the car how they want it - fun, sporty, involving, yadda, yadda, yadda - and then they offer bits that go some way to removing those USPs, lol.

Will say the seats might be cool if the stock ones turn out not to offer enough support.
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I'm new to the Toyota world but TRD parts are after-market parts installed by your local Toyota dealer and can't be ordered directly?
you can buy the parts after market, similar to Mugen for Honda.
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quick qestion. if you bought the push start aftermarket would you have to pay to get the key programs for smart key?

finally no more push start button threads
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Old 01-13-2012, 03:28 AM   #14
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TRD parts are cool mods. Til you realize you're replacing perfectly good stock brakes, wheels/tires, sway bars, shocks/springs that have tons of life left. You already paid for them in buying the car; now you're going to sell them at a loss? Then lose more money buying marked up TRD parts (or lose a little less if you buy used)? Then lose even more to get them installed? Which sometimes costs more than the part being installed and why I gravitate towards DIY. But I still want these parts. I hope they come pre-installed in a TRD or STI or PROVA edition. They may have a higher sticker price but should cost less than modding a stock car.

Toyota really knows how to gyp you! I've fallen for it several times over.
You do raise a fine point. But sure you pay more but at least you can be sure that they put time and money into developing quality parts. I'd rather buy factory developed parts rather than aftermarket.
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I do get a kick out of all these parts... Toyota spends all this time setting up the car how they want it - fun, sporty, involving, yadda, yadda, yadda - and then they offer bits that go some way to removing those USPs, lol.

Will say the seats might be cool if the stock ones turn out not to offer enough support.
it's just because brembo's look pimp and make your penis bigger - don't worry about it
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With that one I disagree.
1 Piston brakes have a big disadvantage when it comes to brake pad wear and stopping power.
If you use your car for buying groceries then I agree.

There are also no good brake pads available for 1 piston brakes.
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There are also no good brake pads available for 1 piston brakes.
I don't have any issues finding racing compound pads for my 1-piston brakes.

I use Carbotech XP8 pads.
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I must admit 6 pot calipers IMO are a tad over kill for a car of this size.
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There is never too much stopping power. It is always nice if you can stop from 100 km/h to 0 km/h in 2 sec.
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There is never too much stopping power. It is always nice if you can stop from 100 km/h to 0 km/h in 2 sec.
to be doing that type of thing we will be needing stickier rubber and wider wheels though
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Those brakes would seem fitting on a 500 bhp heavy beast. All you need is 4/2 pistons for this car if you think the stocks won't be adequate.
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