The rear brakes are also AP instead of Alcon. 4-piston calipers with 305×25.5mm rotors. The car uses a dual master cylinder system with an adjustable balance bar. There is no brake booster or ABS system. The wheels are 18×10 Impuls with 265/680-18 Yokohama Slicks.
The interior is pretty straightforward. You can see the adjustment know for the brake bias on the right side of the dash. The factory cars had switchable programs for the ATTESSA AWD system’s torque bias but I didn’t see these knobs on the HKS car. The different from stock gauges are for the engine oil pressure and temperature as well as the transmission temperature I believe. Group A rules say the stock dash and door panels must be maintained so you can see the stock door panels here.
The digital displays are for the diff and transaxle temperatures. The only ATESSA control switches I could see are the ones that allow you to switch from AWD to RWD manually. The transmission is a six-speed Hollinger with a dual-disc clutch.
A Bride seat is used with only a five-point harness! The Japanese are always behind when it comes to safety.
The cage is typical of Japanese race cars, very minimalistic, there are no crossbars. Actually, I think Group A cage rules at the time were pretty lenient. Also, check out the unsafe and totally illegal nowadays shoulder harness mounts screwed into the rear seatbelt anchors! This car would not pass Drift League tech!