At Modified by KC, I couldn’t help but notice this sweet looking 2011 Subaru STi, sporting the rally-car looking front end with PIAA fog lights.
With an MKC custom-rotated turbo kit, air is pumped by a Garrett GTX3076R turbocharger and blown through a Process West intake manifold. MKC tuned it to a modest 400whp on pump fuel with 380 lb-ft of torque that peaks at a street-friendly 4500 RPM on the stock bottom end.
I'm not typically a Jeep or truck kind of guy, but if there's more to this Jeep than meets the eye…
First, the Fox reservoir shocks suspension caught our attention…
…and then the Hemi Dodge 5.7-liter swap. With too many other little things to feature here, it's no wonder how this customer spent nearly six figures getting this monster Jeep to where it is today.
We don't know about you guys, but to us 2JZ engines never get old to look at. This MKC customer got a full engine build and tune, and flows a daily-driven 801whp at 26 PSI on E85 through a PT6768 turbo, bubbled stock intake manifold and same ETS intercooler as featured in Part 7!
Stay tuned for more Project Supra coming soon. FOR MORE INFO ON THIS PROJECT, CLICK HERE!