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  1. Decided I don’t really need three sets of fender garnishes, and would much prefer canards. On the car less than a year and look virtually brand new, save for the small bit of 3M tape you’d need to replace - looking for £90 + postage
  2. Has any brought seat covers that fit snuggly for the 2017 BRZ SE LUX ...mainly want them for the front seats...but if back seats are available...good. Have found a place in the USA that makes them custom fit for the above model...but was wondering if any place in the UK does the same. Thanks
  3. Hello All, I've decided to reduce the price and to price it without some of the mods on, to keep it more flexible. £13,995 for the car without the following mods listed below; Milltek Cat Back Exhaust (with resonated and non-resonated section pipes - I bought both in the end). Tomei Un-equal Length Headers (Decat) Wheels – Work Emotion CR Ultimate Kiwami, Matt Gunmetal 8.5J ET38 Michelin Pilot Super Sport tyres 225/35 (Near new) If you're interested in the above parts separately, PM me with a reasonable offer Note, the rest of the mods listed below will still come with the car at the price indicated above. Thanks, Tom ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dear GT86/BRZ Enthusiasts, I’m Tom, a proud owner of a lightly and tastefully modified 63 plate Subaru BRZ SE Lux in WRX Blue, sadly looking to sell due to moving abroad for the foreseeable future for work. I’ve owned this BRZ since December 2015 where it came to me via Cambridge Subaru dealership in pristine stock condition, with approximately 14000 Miles on the clock. I spent a long time trying to find the right one for me and with a full Subaru Service History. The extras on the SE Lux edition are: Heated Seats Alcantara upholstered leather seats (Added option) Pioneer SatNAV + Entertainment system Mod List: Milltek Cat Back Exhaust (with resonated and non-resonated section pipes - I bought both in the end). Tomei Un-equal Length Headers (Decat) K&N Air Intake and filter system for GT86/BRZ Eibach Sportline Performance Lowering Springs Eibach Anti-Roll Bars Whiteline Rear Crossmember Bushes Wheels – Work Emotion CR Ultimate Kiwami, Matt Gunmetal 8.5J ET38 Michelin Pilot Super Sport tyres 225/35 (Near new) Goodridge Braided Brake Line Kit Carbotech XP8 Brake Pads Engine Bay Strut Fensport Rear Diffuser OEM Imprinted Grimspeed Hood Struts ECUTek License and Road mapping session with Adrian at Fensport. Full package, 4 maps and estimated to be approx. 220hp with much improved performance over the entire rev range, especially mid range where this engine tends to suffer. 1 = Performance Map 97RON, 7650RPM Rev Limit + Economy when cruising 2 = Performance Map 97RON, 7650RPM Rev Limit, Adjustable Launch Control, Flat Shifting 3 = Map 2 + auto rev matching on down shifts 4 = Reduced output Map for 95RON Fuel The car, in its current state of tune/build, handles like a dream and is truly a joy to drive, making all the right noises at all the right times. The external of the car is in A1 condition, the few stone chips that I have received have been professionally touched up and colour matched. The only external features that have been changed are the lightweight Work Emotions and the rear diffuser - which I may have bought on a whim on my most recent visit to Fensport. The internal of the car is again in A1 condition, no damage to seat bolsters or fabrics, all electronics work and the Satnav unit has always been reliable, to be honest it still has that new car smell! Overall, this is a special car, in immaculate condition with nothing but pride and enthusiasm put its way since purchase, it is a car for a real enthusiast of the engineering and capability of such a good and nimble platform. Whilst ideally I’d prefer to sell with the modifications fitted, I have kept all original parts that have been replaced, including original wheels and tyres, so if required the car could be put back to standard and run on base map 4. I can appreciate that one man’s tastes are not necessarily the same as another's. These will be included with full asking price. Current Figures on the car: 31,827 Miles on chassis & Gearbox & Approx. 11,000 Miles on Engine (This will go up as it’s currently being used as my daily driver). MOT Due 19th November 2018 Service Due 9th November 2018 The car (and me) live in Hertfordshire and is available from late September and I’m looking for £18,450, with all stock items not currently fitted included in the sale. I am open to the idea of returning the car back to stock configuration, but would prefer to avoid this if possible, please contact me to negotiate. Thanks for reading! Tom
  4. Hello lads! I just bought a BRZ and surely need some morse power. Please keep in mind, that i may not get all terms correct, seems i am a newbie 🙂. Anyway... I would want to get a complete stage1 kit, and it seems like there would be the best way to get a e85 tune, to get most hp for a low cost, but i may be interested in even more bigger kit, that may involve manifold or even a turbo kit. So of you have any tuning kit for sale, please let me know! I live in Sweden so i need to have it shipped. (Sorry for My bad English)
  5. Focal speaker upgrade

    Hi all, I'm looking for some guidance regarding an audio upgrade for my new shape BRZ. I'm currently looking into a Kenwood head unit from the UK and a 2 din OEM trim and plug and play harness from Australia made by a company called carboncarsystems which will allow me to keep my steering controls and give an OEM look but want to see what's around speaker wise to improve the sound quality. If anyone knows of something in the UK that will allow me to keep the steering controls please let me know, carboncarsystems are being a bit funny about shipping to the UK. I've seen there's a plug and play kit made by Focal https://www.bassjunkies.com/is165toy.html which looks to be good but wondered if anyone has fitted it and can give me their opinion if it's a good option to go for? While the tweeters would be out I've seen there's space for a mid tone speaker in there which comes with a JDL kit? Is it worth finding a mid tone to go in with the tweeter? I'm also interested in changing my rear speakers, I know their 4" and there are lots of options on the market but wondered what people can recommend that are yet again plug and play. I've also seen people buying an amp to go behind the head unit, whats this all about? I'm not keen on putting any speakers in the boot or covering the car in sound proofing materials, I'm simply after a good quality system which is noticeably better than the stock system. Budget wise I would spend £500 max but would like to spend less however I understand you obviously get what you pay for!! Please any advise or reviews welcome, sorry to create another audio related thread but the answer I wanted wasn't on the existing ones.
  6. I'm selling my Litchfield spec S supercharger kit, as I have now replaced with a turbo set up. The kit was on the car for 18 months and did roughly 15k miles in my ownership (meaning it has done 23k miles in total). A brand new belt and a nearly full bottle Rotrex Supercharger fluid are included in the sale (£140 value in total). I'm asking for £2,000 for the whole kit (see pictures below). The price new from Litchfield was around £4,300. I managed 279bhp with this charger, with great torque improvements. (see dyno print out below). It was installed and tuned by Fensport. This modification gives the car the power curve, power level it should have been produced with. Any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out. Collection is preferred from Littlehampton (BN17 5JU), could potentially meet. N.B. I will be driving to Fensport this coming Thursday (28th June 2018), so could drop with them if you'd like to organise for them to install and tune.
  7. Hey all, Recently just came back from Germany with a load of mates. Had an absolute blast with the 86! The roads were just fantastic and well suited for this car, especially in the wet It's nice to see a handful of 86's and BRZ's out there. It was my first time actually driving on the Nurburgring (2nd ever time on a track in this car, first being at Angelsey), so the first 1 or 2 laps I took with caution while I learned where my braking points are and how the car handles. Sounds silly, but I know the track pretty well just by racing with my sim setup on Assetto Corsa and IRacing and it felt very familiar and comfortable haha! I didn't lap with the intentions of timing but I do a fair bit of endurance karting, so I have the mindset of a racer of wanting to overtake everyone and follow fast lines I had it all on video so I was able to time the laps afterwards, however, almost every lap bar my final and quickest lap was hurt by some serious yellow flags and traffic. You're very lucky to be able to do a lap without the ring closing or a yellow flag present somewhere! All my laps I had a passenger in and almost a full tank of fuel so that plays a large factor in handling and times as well especially in our cars! haha. My 4th lap was my fastest lap as I decided to do a solo lap with low fuel to see how the car handles and it made a huge difference! (5 seconds quicker halfway into the lap than my 5th and fastest recorded lap) but then I hit a load of yellows at the end of the circuit which ruined the time. To top it off, my camera died which is a massive shame but that's how it is! Eventually, the 5th lap I managed to get ahead of traffic and set an 8m 48s lap for my first ever trip to the ring and that's in a stock car! Came away a very happy man! haha. This is the lap: Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBTZur0nO1t_uh65xcSTQTeP5k7HkjhED A handful of photos: (link:https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10211780077443345.1073741860.1411372255&type=1&l=afa18d7c16) Now it's been round stock, it's time to add a few bits to it and see what it's really capable of! I imagine this can get in high 7's with wider tyres, a bit more power in engine and brakes and a good geometry setup! Anyone else got any Nurburgring experiences to share?
  8. Took the 86 for its first track day on Tuesday. Graced it with the wonderful Anglesey Circuit in Wales! Safe to say I loved every bit of it! Did it with Javelin with my brother (FN2 Type R) and a few mates (More FN2's and Golf Mk2). Great learning how the car handles when giving it some beans, it's currently completely stock apart from some Rota 18x8.5" wheels and Whiteline Positive Shift mounts + Whiteline Differential mount inserts. Come to realise I think coil overs and a meatier exhaust is necessary, although it's a great stock setup, I feel like it squirrels a little too much under braking and understeers when the weight shifts forward. Thinking of some Teins Flex A's and an Invidia Gemini R400. Any opinions on these will help greatly! I know my heal-toe is a little off, finding it difficult at times with how long it takes the car to rev up and down with the heavy flywheel. Just need a bit more practice Obviously, the first few videos are rather tame with some interesting lines and close calls but throughout the day, especially on the last video I felt really confident and loved how easy the car is to hold on a powerslide. I must admit in one of the videos around 6:30 I took the first corner a bit hot and attempted to power out of it, almost let it take the better of me and ended up with a tank slapper haha! Loads of fun, lots of burnt rubber, fast track and beautiful scenery, and I didn't spin once! Couldn't have asked for much more hehe. I apologise for some of the strange camera angles, I just used my DLSR on a headrest mount so it was difficult to place well. I hope to get to some events and meet up with some fellow 86 owners to see how they set their car up for the track Playlist: Some images I took and the professional photographer took:
  9. Hey everyone, I’m selling my wheels since i’m looking to change things up a bit with the 86. They’re Rota RKR’s in 18x9.5 ET44 with Hankook Ventus V12 tires in 255/35R18. Some remarks/info about the wheels: 1 wheel has some curb rash, no gashes, just rash. And 1 wheel has some dings on 2 spokes because of a lug nut that had broken off. Pictures are below. Front left (dings on the spokes):  Rear left (curb rash): Rear right (it has something black on the outer rim, but it's not curb rash, i think it's residue of something, but i'm not sure): Front right (perfectly fine): As for the tires, the fronts are at 6-7mm thread and the rears are at 2mm tops at the camber side and 3-4mm tops at the non-camber side, i've included pictures below. Front tires: Rear tires (note they have been flipped so the camber wear is now towards the outside of the wheels): The wheels are pretty rare, they’re the only set in Europe & UK (except for a Toyota UK demo car that has them in an 8,5 wide spec) and pretty rare in general. The people who know these wheels will know they're hard to come by. If you're interested or have any other questions be sure to let me know. Asking price is €1200, open for offers (i can ship if needed, i'm sure we can work something out). Wheels are located in Belgium. Greetz, Joe
  10. Adjustable Headlight Level Sensor Linkage (Auto Levelizer) For The GT86 & BRZWhen you lower modern cars with HID headlights such as the GT86 & BRZ, the headlight aim will also be lower and needs adjusting to provide the correct aim height.Our level sensor linkage can be adjusted on car without removing the linkage, making adjustment very easy.Features:Adjustment range: 67-85mm (Turnbuckle can be cut to reduce length to 62mm)Material: Zinc yellow plated steelBall Joints: Nylon lined for smooth operation, rubber seal caps, spanner flatsTurnbuckle: Left/Right thread to simplify adjustmentNow available on our website for just £26 + VAT!https://www.fensport.co.uk/parts/toyota/gt-86/zn6/chassis-tuning/gt86-adjustable-headlight-level-sensor-linkage/
  11. HKS GT86 EL header manifold (USED) but newly coated with the expensive Zircotec Coating for heat management. Customer has sold his car so no longer needed. HKSmanifold new is £840-00 inc vat and the Zircotec costing is £590-00 inc vat http://www.zircotec.com/performance-white/ We are looking for £550-00 inc vat for this header. Any questions ask away. Works very well with and FI and NA conversion together with ECUTEK remap. #gt86 #brz #FA20 #HKS #zircotec
  12. Title pretty much says it all. In the market for a turbocharged GT86 or BRZ. Let me know
  13. No need for a reason just stick up a picture you like of your twin! I shall start!
  14. Hi All, A new item has been added to the store Leather Keyrings - @nikndel sold these well (forced people to buy them) at Japfest and now they are available online also! £7.50 Base Price, Premium members of course get the usual discount making them £6 (Postage Included) T-Shirts will also be back in stock shortly and as such these are now available after being asked a lot about them! £17.50 Base price, Premium members get these for £15! Don't forget all the other merchandise is available, polo shirts can take up to two weeks due to being bespoke to the member. Any questions just shout.
  15. Eibach Pro Kit

    Hi everyone I've seen a few forums to people wondering about lowering their GT86's/BRZ's. I've also had people watch this video and ask me further about how the car feels with these springs compared to stock. Firstly, the thumbnail to this video (which hopefully you can see) is after my car has had the springs fitted. Truth be told I measured the stock vs lowered height using my shoe rather than a tape measure haha. Also, the car corners flatter than stock, giving me more confidence in corners. I may make a future video with driving shots where I speak about this properly. Anyone of you with a lowered GT86 will ovbiously already know about having to slow down more than usual for a speedbump though! My car has been lowered 25 - 30mm at all 4 corners. Anwyways, enjoy the video
  16. Tunerfest South - Brand Hatch

    Will be getting a stand together for this please put names down! Tunerfest brings you a day for all owners and lovers of seriously tuned, performance cars. With hundreds of performance cars on display, a full day of superb track activity, a trade area, on and off track passenger rides, plus many other things to see and do. From the minute you arrive at the world famous Brands Hatch Circuit you will be encountering some of the finest cars on display. The show offers something for everyone including free children’s entertainment, special displays and track action all in the world famous and iconic Brands Hatch Circuit. Show features will be continually added and updated so please keep checking back. You’ll find a mass of information about the event, what’s on and the venue right here on the website if you click around. Please also see the boxes below to read more about some of the exciting things we already have lined up for you, your friends and family. A Summary of what's on PAAA Time Attack Track Sessions Show & Shine Drift Demo's Supercar Display F1 on Track Caterham Rides GT86 Rally Rides Go Karting Traders
  17. TAROX BBK Review so far

    As some of you know I acquired a BBK kit from TAROX late last year for evaluation purposes. A stint of illnesses and other bits and bobs mean't that I got the kit fitted on just before the new year. Now that I've had it on for some time and have a trackday under my belt with them I can provide a well enough review to you all on the brakes and rotors. So the kit they gave me was the 328mm Sport Compact brake kit which consists of the following Red 6 pot TAROX Calipers, discs, pads and hardware to mount to the car. Braided hoses and all the nuts & bolts and boring bits! Packaging was well enough! The box came with a dent in it but nothing was damaged and the whole kit was packed well enough to prevent and scratches or chips to the calipers. Being in one large box it obviously weighed a fair bit! Also came with a complimentary lanyard of course and a small booklet of all their kits. Disc used is their F2000 single piece, obviously many think the grooves are pointless but lets not get in to a debate about them here! Their website states that their Sport Compact kit comes with the B280-6 or B30-6 Calipers usually. However the below suggests otherwise with the B32-6 Calipers instead. The one thing I do need to clarify with TAROX is what pad is used in the kit and I will post that up shortly when I get a response Drawings of the Caliper can be found here: http://en.tarox.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/B32-6.pdf Piston number Disc Ø (min-max) Disc thickness (min-max) Disc Depth Weight Mounting Type Lug offset Minimum internal wheel Ø Lug PCD Knockoff Piston Mounting Centres Piston Layout (Diameter in mm) Total area (both sides) cm² Piston Layout (Diameter in mm) Total area (both sides) cm² Piston Layout (Diameter in mm) Total area (both sides) cm² Pad Code Pad Area Pad Choice Pad Thickness Pad Depth 6 290-330mm 10-30mm 60mm 2.2 kg Lug N/A N/A N/A Optional 89mm 26/31/26 363 26/34/26 394 31/34/31 483 SP0239 80 cm² .114/.501./116/.601 17mm 60mm Daily Driving Usage As a daily driver, I was sceptical about putting a BBK on as I didn't want all brake and nothing else, I didn't want the Girlfriends head flying through the windscreen whenever I approached a set of lights! Safe to say that in these respects the brakes are probably somewhat tamer than the brakes they replaced which were DIXCEL ES Discs & Z Type Pads. The TAROX has a lesser initial bite and seem more progressive, i'm guessing these pads work better with a bit of heat in them (more on that later). The pedal feel however is improved with the braided lines and overall braking performance is definitely not decreased. They stop well in day to day traffic and handle fast road work just fine. Do not squeak which is an advantage. Dusting on the brakes is probably somewhat less than the DIXCEL pads but ultimately this isn't something that i particularly factor in when looking at a kit, if some of you do, they will dust more than stock but I guess lesser than some pads out there. Track Use Hopefully one of many trackdays to test the brakes out I was at brands hatch in January to give them a better test, slightly hampered by both the weather and the black flag I incurred (not through my poor driving I might add) but never the less a good day. As suspected the lesser initial bite was seemingly due to the pads working once they had a bit of heat in them. Probably more for the track biased then, but by no means a death trap on the road. It's worth noting i'm not 100% sure what pad it is. I shall find out for all though. They stopped well enough, it's all I can really say as they didn't particularly feel any better than my old discs and pads as the ABS would just kick in as it was an extremely wet and greasy track. I need to pencil myself in for a dry day clearly to compare properly. Brake fade was non existent, it wasn't on my previous discs and pads either but what I can say is they are an improvement over stock. I'll give them another test in May and see how they do for now though, overall i'm happy with the performance of the kit and would recommend it, it's not the cheapest of BBK out there, but it's certainly not the most expensive.
  18. James' WR Blue BRZ

    Hey guys, I've been a long to a few meets and taken the first few steps on my build journey so thought it was about time I put up a thread on here. I picked up my 14 plate BRZ from Subaru in Sheffield back in October, I'd been looking for a new (to me at least) for over a year and had driven just about everything on the market. After a bad experience with a Mercedes dealer on the A45 I was put for a bit, but on moving to Manchester back in August I really started to intensify my search. I'd had a soft spot for the 86 / BRZ for a long time and seen some awesome builds on line but avoided driving one for a long time, In the back of my mind I knew I'd probably end up buying one if I drove it. I managed to hold back from buying the first 2 86's I drove but on seeing the BRZ in WR Blue I was hooked. My first 'mod' if you can even call it that was installing a Brodit Pro Clip phone mount after seeing it being recommended on the forums - I would definitely second that recommendation to anyone who is looking for a mount. Holds my phone really securely and in a great position. Makes up partially for the shocking head unit in the BRZ.
  19. Tuned UK Open Day 03.12.16

    Tuned UK will be hosting their first opening day on the 03.12.16, and it would be great to get as many of you fine individuals there to show you what we are all about. Tuned UK will be specializing in the Toyota GT86 and Subaru BRZ, based in Chester (North West), offering a wide range of performance parts, catering for all budgets. If we don't have a particular item to hand, we will endeavor to source the part for you. Our 5000sq ft unit, will be complete with ramps, 4 wheel aligner system and sales centre. This open day is about showing you what Tuned UK are about, what we can offer and will give us a great opportunity to meet potential customers. We will have drinks and snacks on through out the day, will have demos going on with our four wheel aligner system, and we are even hoping to be joined by Cosworth who will be bringing there amazing supercharged GT86 with them. If you are able to attend please comment your name below so we know numbers. Look forward to seeing you all. Many thanks.
  20. Tuned UK Open Day 03.12.16

    Event Title: Tuned UK Open Day 03.12.16 Event Author: Tuned UK Calendar: Club Calender Event Date: 12/03/16 09:00 AM to 12/03/16 02:00 PM Tuned UK will be hosting their first opening day on the 03.12.16, and it would be great to get as many of you fine individuals there to show you what we are all about. Tuned UK will be specializing in the Toyota GT86 and Subaru BRZ, based in Chester (North West), offering a wide range of performance parts, catering for all budgets. If we don't have a particular item to hand, we will endeavor to source the part for you. Our 5000sq ft unit, will be complete with ramps, 4 wheel aligner system and sales centre. This open day is about showing you what Tuned UK are about, what we can offer and will give us a great opportunity to meet potential customers. We will have drinks and snacks on through out the day, will have demos going on with our four wheel aligner system, and we are even hoping to be joined by Cosworth who will be bringing there amazing supercharged GT86 with them. If you are able to attend please comment your name below so we know numbers. Look forward to seeing you all. Many thanks. Tuned UK Open Day 03.12.16 Attending: adamj29 TTR +1 smudge (hungover) keethos Tareim Lauren Hoax +1 Dessss jamie_gt86 S18 RSG rob275 HariboPenguin Irishrob Special_K Neal Kaz + 1 Rich
  21. A Quick Introduction

    A big hello from us at TunedUK. Just a quick introduction and a bit of information about us. We are a new performance company based in Saltney, Chester and we will be specializing in the Toyota GT86 and Subaru BRZ. Supplying and fitting aftermarket performance parts including suspension, exhaust systems, alloy wheels, filters and more, if the part you are looking for isn't listed on our website then just contact us and we will happily try and source your requirements. We have a large number of top manufacturers on board and are able to offer a wide range of products to suit all budgets. All will be revealed soon when our website goes live in a few weeks time. Our newly refurbed 5000sq ft unit in Chester, is currently being fitted out with ramps, racking and full 4 wheel aligner system. We will also have a sales centre, showroom area and a visitor viewing / waiting area all kitted out with goodies. We will be hosting an open day on Saturday 3rd December which we would love as many of you to attend as possible, an event will be created on the forum shortly. We're are on Instagram: @tuneduk and Facebook: www.facebook.com/tuneduk so feel free to give us a follow, and see our progress over the next few weeks. Thanks for your time.
  25. Hi all, Recently found out all the stock stuff from off my gt86, all parts have done MINIMAL mileage and have just been kept in storage at Toyota ever since they came off. Below are a few pictures of the stuff i have, but heres a list of everything: Front brake calipers and brake lines - £160.00 FOR THE LOT (ON EBAY THEY ARE £200 EACH) stock white rear bootlid spoiler in perfect condition £300.00 - OR BOTH THE BOOT LID AND THE SPOILER FOR £500.00 full stock radiator and pipework £60.00 FULL stock exhaust system with around 5000 miles on, £1000.00 (FREE POSTAGE - NEXT DAY) Stock header £250.00 (£300 ANYWHERE ELSE ONLINE) 3" ultimate racing cat back non res system £450.00 3" AVO decat pipe £350 (OR BOTH THE DECAT AND THE CAT BACK FOR £700) ROCKET BUNNY V1 Side Skirts and FRONT LIP/Splitter brand new in primer - never been fitted - £300 FLYWHEEL - LESS THAN 1000 MILES --- £125 more stuff to be listed shortly message me if interested need to clear the room out of my garage. Cheers all