The intake is a Skunk2 Ultra street intake manifold that has a .5crm spacer and is coupled with a Skunk2 74mm Pro Series throttle body. Fuel needs are met with ID1000 injectors that are mounted in a Golden Eagle fuel rail and metered out via a Turbosmart fuel regulator. A Walbro 255 in-tank fuel pump sends fuel to a Radium Engineering surge tank. Here a Bosch 44 fuel pump sends the fuel to the engine bay. Dynamotorsports did the tuning on the Hondata 300 ECU, with this set up producing well over 500 horsepower – 537 whp and 325 ft/lbs of torque – on the dyno using MS109 race fuel.
Getting the power to the wheels is handled by a Clutchmaster FX400 clutch and their steel flywheel. I found this curious, as one of the most common upgrades seen in drivetrains is a lightweight flywheel. Chris responded that he likes the feel and action of the steel flywheel, with the revs falling less dramatically with the heavier steel unit. That, coupled with the fact that steel can handle much more punishment than an aluminum unit, made this an easy choice for Boersma Racing. Power is sent through an OEM Type R transmission and an OS Giken custom tuned LSD to Driveshaft Shop 2.9 axles. These connect to the hubs and then Volk TE37sl 17×9 on the front and Rota Grid 17×8 at the back. Chris was so pleased with the performance and speed of his Bridgestone RE71R tires. The fronts are 255/40/17 while the rears are 225/45/17s.