To support the flow coming from the supercharger, the FR-S has an HKS equal length header, a Berk high-flow cat mid-pipe, an Invidia downpipe and a titanium N1 catback exhaust. The decibel range on this exhaust while cruising through the city is a bit low.
To run the boost pulley, upgraded fuel injectors and fuel pump are required, in addition to 93+ octane or E85 custom tuning. This FR-S is tuned for E85 by Delicious Tuning out of Escondido, California. They also supply their own E85 Flex fuel kit. This tune makes 394.2 WHP at 7400RPM with 292.1 WTQ at 6996 RPM on a low 13.2 PSI. With certain goals of more power, this FR-S has more to come.
The upgraded 900cc fuel injectors and DW300c (340lph) fuel pump are developed by DeatschWerks, stationed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The roots of DeatschWerks developed from dropping their heavy line of injectors and fuel pumps into high-powered Nissan turbocharged engines, such as the Silvia’s SR20DET and the 300ZX’s VG30DETT. In 2010, two years before the FR-S was launched, they released their DW300 fuel Pump.
A purple Nameless engine manifold cover goes well with the rest of the colored pieces. It helps complete the engine bay theme and makes for a nice display.
Caution! Never open when hot! Jackson Racing High Performance Aluminum Neck Filler/ Radiator Cap along with the NRG purple FW 100 fender washer/rivets kit.
Parts can be gems, too! Here we have Beatrush’s strut and power brace bar.
Beatrush happens to be the sub-company of Japan’s renowned company, Laile, founded in 1985. They currently specialize in product development, manufacturing and the sales of motorsports parts. Previously, Laile was ARPSPORT of 1979 that offered the necessary parts for customers that ran in the rally series. The grand reason for ARSPORT would be Rally & Speed Matsumoto, who produced rally vehicle parts like roll cages, reinforcement, guards and much more that was founded in 1974 by Kunio Matsumoto.