Project SEMA Scion Tuner Challenge FR-S, Working on the Cosmetics


The finished mirror install looks quite nice.  It looks like a factory addtion.
An Avest carbon rear wing was chosen by Mines and sent to us as it matches their clean modification branding.  Also because we didn’t want a giant race GT style wing to mess up what we visualized as well.
Pioneer was chosen to supply the car’s audio to showcase their new lightweight audio components. The Head Unit is a New AppRadio 4 which is a 2Din Touch screen multimedia receiver. The Head Unit does not have a CD/DVD mechanism which makes the unit much lighter than factory radio and allows for full digital media playback without the risk of skipping.  The head unit has access to the car’s diagnostics, and real time data is displayed onto the 6.9″ capacitive touch screen display of the AppRadio 4. The head unit is paired to a Micro Amp – 4 Channel micro amplifier that has a crazy slim profile of 7″ x 2.6″.  This full digital class amplifier allows for maximum efficiency in a very small package.  This is an easy way to add excellent power to your speakers without adding substantial weight.  We used Pioneer’s new G-series speakers made of light weight material which also allow for maximum sensitivity and durability. These components offer improved sound and durability for even the harshest automotive environments with minimal additional or even less weight than stock.
Seibon provided this rear diffuser carbon overlay for the rear bumper.
TOM’S LED rear tailights were also added.
The TOM’S tailights have all red lenses with LED surrounding running lights and look quite a bit different than the stock lights.
The TOM’S lights were plug and play easy in their instllation.

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