It was just a matter of time before someone stuffs a V8 into the FRS chassis. Though it didn't come from the good 'ol boys. And it ain't a Chevy LS motor. I was surprised that it came from the land of the rising sun. I guess they realize ain't no replacement for displacement.
When it comes to new cars it's only a matter of time when someone who thinks he/she knows, but really he/she doesn't really know. With the up coming arrival of the Scion's FT86, I wonder who will be the first idiot to crash one of these cars. Go to 1:00 to skip all the other non sense.
Installing a 4AGZE is a fairly straight forward, unlike a turbo setup, this requires little creativity and fab work. But some cars like trueno azul here, like to make things complicated, but i'm here to fix all that craziness. When it arrived some months back, it was running horribly. Running like terribly tuned carbed engine.
Many sports cars manufacturers install these electronic gadgets and driving knick knacks to make the average arm chair racer into a (insert racing series) champion. Behold the Stigauto pilotmode switch.
Received a package by super coupe's owner. Since he is running a 4AGZE under the hood and wanting just a little bit more power. The best route to create that power is to get a bigger pulley. But what pulley should he run? The biggest one you can get your hands. Enter the NST pulley set for 4AGZE.