Scion SEMA Tuner Challenge Voting Is Live

Scion SEMA Tuner Challenge Voting Is Live

 

Simplicity never goes out of style, and in GT Channel’s case, their Scion FR-S build for the Scion Tuner Challenge 2014 is just that. Staying true to the “tuner car” definition, this isn’t a full-out race car but one that’s fast and can be driven on a daily basis. Daring to be different, they’ve kept the factory lines, opting to stay true to the original form unlike most tuners who go wider. Teaming up with Japanese tuning legend, Mine’s, this car is clean and sophisticated with lots of attention to detail and design. Though it might look tame, the GT Channel FR-S is far from being that at all, and is ready to take any competitor on the track as its suspension has been completely dialed in with the help of MotoIQ

 

 

Technical Specs

 

Vehicle Make: Scion
 

Vehicle Model: Scion FR-S Release Series 1.0
 

Model Year: 2015
 

Team: GT Channel/Mine’s/MotoIQ
 

Builder: Mine’s/MotoIQ/Technosquare
 

Series: Scion Tuner Challenge 2014
 

Engine: 2.0L 4U-GSE/FA20 Boxer engine; HKS GT Supercharger kit; Unorthodox Racing crank pulley; HPS Performance silicone hoses; Ganador exhaust; 5Zigen straight pipe; CSF radiator
Suspension/Chassis: KW Suspension Clubsport coilovers; Whiteline strut tower brace, adjustable rear lower control arms, complete lower front arm assembly, front roll center/bump-steer correction kit, camber adjusting bolt and various bushings; Spoon Sports rigid collars
 

Brakes: Wilwood brake upgrade; APR brake ducts
 

Wheels/Tires: Volk Racing ZE40 matte blue gunmetal wheels; Bridgestone Potenza R11S 265/35R18 tires
 

Interior: TRD steering wheel and shift knob; Takata harnesses; Recaro seats; Pioneer touchscreen receiver, 4-channel amp and G-Series speakers
 

Exterior: Esprit front lip spoiler; TRD HID headlights, side skirts and side fenders; Tom’s taillights; Avest rear wing and side mirrors; Seibon carbon hood, trunk cover and rear diffuser; Route 20 vinyl wrap

Thanks to: Michizo Niikura at Mine’s; Mike Kojima and MotoIQ staff; Masa Kuji and Katsu Takahashi at GT Channel Japan; Takuya Asano at Route20; Howard Watanabe at TechnoSquare; Tatsu Tsuchida at Tokyo Automotive; and all of our sponsors.

 

 

 

 

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