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  1. For sale is my grey MY12 Supercharged GT86 – 40k miles. The Sprintex is a positive displacement twin-screw supercharger that brings a heap of midrange torque that gives the car the feeling of a larger engine and no torque dip as well as some extra noise character as it creates a lovely whine as the boost increases. The car was last dyno’d at 240bhp and 195lb.ft at the hubs on a Dynapack dyno (circa. 280-290bhp / 205 lb.ft), which is roughly +80bhp / +55 lb.ft over a stock car. Notably this has been further tuned with the intake and exhaust since this was done so those may be a little conservative. Dyno sheet at the bottom. The EcuTek tune on the car will be configurable to the buyers preference as well. The exhaust system has been chosen to ensure that it has more character and volume than stock but does a job similar to the Q300 in that it keeps the volume down under normal day to day driving. Car has been looked after by Abbey Motorsport and serviced with all receipts. Private plate will be removed before sale. I’m putting the car up at £13,750 O.N.O and all OEM parts that I've kept are available to go with the car, but I will consider removing any of the mods marked with an asterix to put back to N/A and lower the price accordingly. With all parts removed it’s up for £11,750 O.N.O . Reg: September 2012 Mileage: 40,400 Gearbox: Manual 1 Owner from new Cloth seats MOT until September 2021 FSH - Year 8 service carried out Oct 2020 plus new serpentine belt and oil in the supercharger Spark plugs and clutch replaced Nov 2020 4 new Goodyear Eagle Asymmetric 5s fitted early 2020 - covered about 1000 miles Reversing camera fitted All receipts and documents available No outstanding recalls Location: Kent / East Sussex Performance - Sprintex Supercharger Intercooled System with 70mm Raceseng Pulley* - Tuned using EcuTek (Running the most current compatible Cal-ID and RaceROM Version) - Berk High Flow Cat* - Cobra Overpipe* - Q300 Style Exhaust - Airaid Intake* - Decatted OEM Manifold - Cosworth Low Temp Thermostat - Mishimoto Baffled Oil Catch Can x2* Cosmetic - Interior - Alcantara Binnacle Cover by AJ124 - Brushed Metal Effect Wrapped Dash Parts - OEM Black Interior Parts (TCS / VSC Buttons, Steering Wheel) - P3 Gauge with Oil Pressure Upgrade* Cosmetic - Exterior - Subaru Auto-Fold Wing Mirror Module - De-badged with Black Toyota Emblems - Carbon Fibre Rear Diffuser - Carbon Fiber Rear Spats - VLAND V2 Sequential Rear Lights - LED Indicators, Reverse & Front Fogs Lights - LED Smoked Side Indictors - Tarmac Sportz Bonnet Dampers Suspension, Chassis & Brakes - Litchfield Springs - Whiteline Positive Shift Bush - SuperPro Front Camber Bolts - Abbey Motorsport Geo Setup - Porsche GT3 Brake Ducts My car blog is here so you can check out the history and progress of the car with more pics etc. 70mm Pulley (fitted) vs Standard 75mm Sprintex Pulley (Stock Dyno = 166bhp / 140 lb.ft)
  2. We're now pleased to announce that Summit have now launched the new front upper strut brace, specifically designed for GT86's and BRZ's fitted with a top mount supercharger, such as the Cosworth, Harrop and Sprintex kits. All other front strut braces sit rather low, which is fine for a naturally aspirated car, but once a top mounted supercharger has been installed, no other strut brace will fit over the top. The newly designed brace comes with the brake stopper and is available in either graphite grey or polished. Please note these fit RHD cars only. Also note that the end of the braces are indeed black, NOT orange like shown in the installed photo below. The price of these are £252 including VAT. Stock is very limited at the moment so it's on a first come first served basis. Today is our last day before Christmas but you can still order the new brace through the website via the links below. All orders will be processed when we're back on January 2nd. Polished Brace Graphite Brace From everyone here at Fensport - we wish you all a very Merry Christmas!
  3. It's a very sad day but my Cossie has to go. Toyota GT86 Cosworth 1st Registered Sept 2012, 17,700 miles, FSH, M.O.T. to Sep 17 Cosworth Stage 2.3 Supercharger ECUTek Tuning Kit Tein StreetFlex Dampers with EDFC Controller Avo 2.5” Stainless Exhaust with sports cat and 4 branch manifold SuperPro Bushes Car Prepared by Fensport, maps by Adrian Smith and Matt @ Cosworth 281hp 208lb ft torque verified on Clive Atthowe's rolling road in Norwich XTRANS Android Head unit with Sat Nav Car Cover Standard Road Rims and Michelin Tyres Track 17in Ultralight rims with Yokohama V105 Tyres 225 front, 245 rear, with spare 245 rear tyres Rear Camera £17,500 Contact Mike on 07774 617924
  4. Hi all, Another product we've been working on for a little while now. A breather system for the FA20. This is a dual system and covers both the crankcase breather and the rocker cover breather systems in one unit. Each side has its own drain plug and both side are also internally baffled. It also acts as a battery clamp/tie down The prototype is currently on our 86 and has been for a couple of months now. The finished article will look tidier than the prototype and the battery tie down with be CNC cut rather than by hand currently. Ideal for supercharged or turbo cars whereby the stock breather system can become inadequate and stops oil mist being fed into the air intake and consumed by the engine. Pricing TBC and more information will follow as and when we have it Thanks Mike
  5. I’ve started this thread which will probably be like a small Mods blog as i’ve never really set one up for my car. I’ve always thought about boosting my GT86 but never really decided on a route or if it would be viable. But after driving Maz’s car a fair bit on the road and once on track it made sense to go the Centrifugal Supercharged route. For the style of driving and type of roads I drive it made sense. The HKS supercharger to me just feels like a bigger block NA car. You don’t get that sudden rush of power in one peak. It just keeps climbing and climbing. Over 6.5krpm is just awesome! Being hands on and quite technical and capable I decided i’d fit the kit myself as a sense of achievement and a little personal project with the help from Maz at HKS Europe. We picked this weekend as it gives me the extra bank holiday day and fitted in best with Adrian mapping it at Fensport this week. We started the install at about 5:30 Friday evening with the plan to get all the prep work and old bits off the car so that Saturday morning we could start fitting the go-faster bits. The Manual is relatively easy to understand although at times the Japanese to English translation is a little poor. But luckily with having Maz to help he could read the Japanese ones and it all made sense! First thing is to get the Bumper off and expose the front of the car. Along with unbolting the crash bar as we fit some brackets to this for the Intercooler. We also remove the bonnet catch and top bonnet support for later. Also free’d up the Oil cooler and made sure this was out the way temporarily whilst fitting the new parts. What’s impressive with the HKS kit is the amount of dedication and precision gone into planning the kits. We spent a fair couple of hours adding clips to existing hoses and supporting stock parts for the preparation of them receiving positive boost. Parts like the canister can under the manifold. Usually the hoses are just pushed on loosely. But now they’ll see positive pressure HKS actually supply clips to add to these hoses to make sure they don’t pop off! It would be a real PITA if one popped after install! It just gives a little bit of piece of mind that you’re adding reliability. Interestingly Version 1 of the supercharger didn’t have these extras! But they added them for Version 2. Once this was all done and the fiddly bits out of the way we had the car ready to receive boost! We have to add a bracket to the underside of the Crash beam which will be used to support the intercooler so we got this added and in place. This is fiddly as you’ve got to get a nut on the bolt which is half way along from an opening at the end! We got there in the end! Also had to cut a little channel in the upper bonnet support for the charge pipe to come back into the engine bay. Next up was fitting the actual compressor to the car. The bracket is very substantial and quality is outstanding. Everything just fitting into place lined up and went perfectly. The bracket basically fits into the existing holes in the Alternator and fits in really well. After a few bolts, belt on and tensioner released we had the unit in place! We then went ahead and mounted the intercooler in place. It looks as though it sits on the bottom shelf. But it actually hanging from 2 bracket. Its a very good fit and the HKS kit hasn’t failed to impress regarding quality and fitment! This charger uses a traction fluid system with it’s own oil cooler to lubricate the charger components. A tank is mounted just beside the airbox, using two existing holes in the support just below the bonnet release. After cutting the supplied hoses to length, adding an inline filter and clipping it all on. The traction fluid system was in place along with the cooler, bottle, lines and filter. It's important to get the traction fluid cool and ensure everything is working correctly. As this can seriously damage the compressor if the fluid isn't there as expected! Now to put the stock airbox back into it’s location ready for the intake suction pipe. Any airbox or induction that uses the stock intake pipe location should fit with this kit. Here we put a restrictor plate between the supercharger and the intake air box. The restrictor is a simple plate which sandwiches between the intake pipe and the charger with two gaskets. It restricts the power from the capable 400hp to about 300hp to use on a stock engine block! The restrictor is great as it keeps all the available torque and power low and and just clips the peak power towards the top end. You can of course run it without a restrictor if you dare on a stock engine! The great thing with this unit is if you do decide to go for a forged engine you can simply remove the restrictor, tweak the map and you’ll be able to produce around 400hp comfortably with the same kit. We then plumbed in the intercooler which is a fiddly job as there isn’t much room, especially if you have the oil cooler installed too! This kit was obviously designed, tested and fitted in Japan where they do not have HID headlights also meaning they haven't got the headlight washers! Which actually get in the way a fair bit on the UK cars as the headlight washers sit just where the pipe wants to naturally sit. But after some persuasion and careful positioning it does all go back in and the headlight washer still works. Moving on by connecting up the throttle body intake pipe from the intercooler. This bit was straight forward. The pipe sits in the neat hole that was cut earlier on in the process. All connecting up and on the throttle body. We have a completed plumbed in Supercharger. We have to take a vacuum line from the vacuum brake line so that the Recirc valve can work. For this we simply take a T-Piece in the original vacuum line and connect it to the valve. At this point the install is done! We topped up the traction fluid tank. Fired it up and ensured there are no air leaks and fluid is circulating ok. Starts first time and the sound is just fantastic. A real rushing of air and breathing sound! One with the final bits like the bumper, and side indicators etc. And it’s finished! All together it took us around 12 hours with two of us working on it. What helped was Maz’s ability to know stuff as he’d already done it on his car. Little tips and tricks to make things easier and the knowledge of knowing what we we’re un-doing was correct! The manual makes it easy as the install is split up into smaller chunks of work. So you’re only ever aiming for one goal at a time. Such as ‘Fit the intercooler’ - ‘For this you will need’. Rather than tackling the entire project with all the bits in one go. Off to Fensport today for the map! Once i've driven it with some boost i'll report back
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