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Old 09-27-2021, 11:44 AM   #1
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Question How Compatible are The FR-S BRZ 86 models?

Hey, I have a 2015 Scion FR-S. The engine is so problematic after two rebuilds.. and the dealership (a little mom and pops corner store type dealership) wont honor any more warranty work and iv put too much money into it. Anyway I broke down and went to the Subaru dealership and purchased a 2020 BRZ. I have wheels, suspension, exhaust, tail lights, and an intake that I want to move from my 2015 FR-S to my 2020 BRZ. Do you think everything will be compatible? I sure hope so...
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Just about everything. The exhaust will fit if itís a cat back. Axlebacks need their flange modified to fit facelift cars
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What issues are you having with your engine build? Having built engines and not sounding like you're super familiar with the platform you should probably limit mods to the 2020 to basic bolt ons/tune.
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I'd probably skip on swapping the intake unless you plan to custom tune for it. They tend to cause more problems and make no power unless scaled correctly.
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