|A JDM Altezza six speed tranny is used with an ACT clutch and lightweight flywheel.
An ACT sprung hub metal six puck disc clutch and ultra flywheel machined steel flywheel transfers power to a close ratio six speed Altezza transmission. Even though the clutch seems pretty agressive it is suprisingly easy on the leg and not too grabby.
|Motegi Racing MR124 wheels are two piece and lightweight. For this aggressive fitment, they are 17×9.5 with a -57mm offset to maximize the lip for the wide body. The wheels are wrapped with Nitto NT01 race rubber in 225/40-17.
The power is delivered to the ground via Motegi Racing MR124 wheels in 17×9.5 with a -57mm offset and a nice fat lip. These lightweight two piece wheels are fastened from the inside for a smooth and clean look. The wheels are wrapped by Nitto race compound NT01 tires in 225/40-17. Extended ARP wheel studs and SR48 racing lug nuts hold the wheels to the hubs.
|Long ARP racing style studs are used with Ti finish SR48 lug nuts.
The car’s interior is spare like a race car, only the dash is retained. The dash is covered in non glare suede. The dash cluster is replaced by a Race Pac electronic racing display fortified with AEM UEGO AFR and oil pressure gauges. Sparco handles the rest of the interior including the seats, harnesses, 325 steering wheel and pedals.
|Sparco seats and harnesses secure the driver and passenger.
The cars most striking feature is its exterior. It is radical and modern but somehow does not adulterate the classic lines of the AE86. The body is styled like a JGTC GT300 car with a huge carbon kevlar wide body fabricated by Afterhours Automotive’s Brian Kono. Kono’s composite work has been featured by MotoIQ many times but this kit takes the prize.
|A Sparco steering wheel is used with a quick release hub. The dash is covered in anti glare suede. A Racepak digital dash is used which ties into the AEM ECU.
|The Racepak digital dash has a large easy to read display and is compatible with the AEM ECU.
|The old center console holds an AEM UEGO AFR meter and an AEM oil pressure gauge.
|Sparco pedals look cool!