The Gt300 Brz

You may have noticed that I sort of skipped over one very important car on the Super GT set up posts. The STI BRZ of Team R&D Sport represents all that is right about the Super GT series. From an enthusiasts’ perspective, to see a much anticipated model get converted into a mean looking racer months before the car in question actually goes on sale is a rather good marketing move. That is precisely what STI did, showing the car at the for the first time at last year’s Tokyo Motorshow, generating an incredible amount of interest.

Ever since that first initial encounter I have been craving to shoot and feature the car. And thanks to the cool people at STI I was lucky enough to get my chance last week in Fuji. With most teams busy unloading the trucks and setting up their pit for the weekend, I would have the chance to get a few quiet minutes with the car and immortalize it in its smallest detail.

For some time now I have been thinking of how to approach the whole Super GT thing from a slightly different angle. The set up posts proved that there is an incredible amount of interest in the series, and unlike your usual race-day coverage, it’s a good way to get nice and close to the cars. And it’s precisely the cars that I’d like to concentrate on for the time being, starting off with the BRZ.

Race teams like these do not waste any time, so as soon as the transporter arrived, the car was moved onto the lift, lowered down.

…and pushed into the pit.

A quick human-powered U-turn out on the pit lane allowed the BRZ…

…to be reversed in and positioned perfectly in the still-empty pit. This is when my time with the car started…

…so I got busy with some initial external shots. First thing you notice is that like every purpose-built and developed Super GT car, aerodynamics have paid a huge part in dictating the overall shape, with that usual high wheel arch line rising up well above the bonnet line. This particular trait isn’t as exaggerated as in a lot of other cars, resulting in a very aggressive yet pleasant silhouette.

With engine-power capped at 300 PS the BRZ, like most other cars in GT300, is actually massively underpowered if you think about it. That’s why engineers and aerodynamicists work on making it stick to the tarmac, its performance centered around extremely high cornering speeds and transitions rather than outright power and acceleration. That’s why top speed isn’t that impressive, but seeing them defy physics around the twisty sections is where your mind will be blown. So that massive wing…

…and rear extractor help the two drivers, Kouta Sasaki and Tetsuya Yamano, bring as much speed as they dare into and around corners.

And this is their office. There isn’t much left from the donor ZC6 chassis, just the center part of the shell, which has been reinforced with a complex roll-cage, gusseted around the A-pillar and roof.

Super GT cars aren’t allowed to have electronically shifted gearboxes so cog selection in the BRZ’s Hewland sequential is done by hand via a conventional shift lever, which is why you don’t see paddles behind the steering wheel. The steering wheel is equipped with your usual switchgear as well as a small Motec digital display to relay important engine parameters to the drivers.

Footwork is done on this AP Racing adjustable pedal box.

A side view into the cabin gives a better idea of the general layout which, like all race cars, features a recessed driving position that puts the seat in line with the B-pillar, something done for both safety and weight balance.

Other things we can observe is the switch panel and LCD screen, which acts as a rearview mirror, seeing there is no rear window to speak of.

The “passenger” side footwell is where a lot of the electrical systems is laid out, like the battery, radio and engine sensor control box.

The drivers can adjust the front and rear anti-roll bars on the fly by pulling or pushing on these two anodized levers.

The main Motec ADL3 display and data logger is something the drivers don’t need to worry about too much, so may probably glance over at it only a few times during a race. It’s more for the race engineers.

What a stunning looking beast! I like how the front section…

…has sort of maintained the stock center grille outline, something that BRZ owners will no doubt appreciate.

Like most bespoke Super GT designs the BRZ sports complex louvers on the side of the front fenders, there to channel air out of the engine bay, wheel wells and from under the car and use it in some cunning aerodynamic way to help the car move through the air more efficiently and with more downforce. You won’t be finding low profile tires on this BRZ! Forget your stretch, flush fit, poke or whatever people do out on the street to stand out…this is pure race car stance and like everything there is a very good reason for it.

The BBS rims measure 11.5Jx18″ front and are fitted with 300-710R18 Yokohama Advan slick tires. The massive side wall is there to act as a part of the suspension set up, like in an F1 car it flexes and moves around, taking a beating and allowing the chassis and dampers to do the rest of the work. The rear BBS are wider at 13Jx18″ and wear 330-710R18 rubber. With only 300 PS on tap you can kind of guess that all the tire’s girth is there for lateral grip rather than putting power down to the ground efficiency.

Braking is handled by AP Racing competition calipers, 6-pots at the front and 4-pots at the rear mated to “J-hook” slotted floating rotors. Super GT does not allow carbon rotors.

But enough with the exterior of the car…let’s get down to the nitty gritty…

…and take a closer look at the EJ20 that powers the 1,150 kg BRZ. There isn’t anything groundbreaking about the motor itself, it’s slightly more refined and modern take on the powerplant that has been equipping STI’s GT300 cars for years now, starting with the Impreza, then the Legacy and now this BRZ.

The dry-sumped 1,994 cc EJ is a little hard to see, it sits very low and receded into the engine bay with most of the push-rod suspension layout set over it, not to mention the actual steering rack!

You just have to love the layout of these sort of race cars, it may look complex from a distance but once you get close everything has it’s place and you can really tell that everything has been finely engineered. Here is a look down at one of the heads, where you can see the fuel rail and injectors.

If you are familiar with the EJ20 layout in the Impreza and Legacy then you will notice a few differences, like the positioning of the intercooler, which sits almost horizontally inside the front bumper and of course the tubocharger. The internally gated IHI blower…

…literally sits in front of the engine, fed by almost equal-length exhaust manifolds. This position allows the intake piping to be kept pretty short to help give a nice and immediate throttle response. Above you can see the billet actuator and the carbon fiber heat shielding that keeps a constant flow of air travelling over the turbocharger and out from the openings in the hood. The EJ20 boasts a very high 10.0:1 compression ratio and much like a WRC rally engine is built for torque rather than power, with a max of 450 Nm being developed at 4,000 rpm. 2,000 rpm above that is where peak power is made, 221 kW to be precise which equates to 296 HP or exactly 300 PS (the GT300 power limit). The turbine is made to breathe through a 39.9 mm restrictor to cap power.

Spent gasses are dumped out the very short side exit exhaust. Power is sent via and Exedy carbon fiber triple-plate carbon clutch to the Hewland sequential transaxle transmission.

Here is a closer look at the push-rod suspension layout. Basically the movement of the front double wishbone set up is transferred over to the Sachs dampers via the billet pivot which in turn is also connected up to the small, adjustable anti-roll bars. Everything is supported by a complex tubular frame and billet subframe.

Dome took care of creating the carbon fiber front structure of the BRZ.

Everything within the BRZ has been built and engineered to sit as low as possible to help keep its center of gravity as low as possible.

Let’s swing around to the rear now…

…and take a look at what is going on back there.

So much for rear seats! This angle is great at showing how only the center part of the ZC6 chassis still remains, everything from the driver’s seat back….

…is cut away and replaced by a tubular frame.

Here you can see the pipes that channel fuel from the race filler to the fuel cell.

And again like at the front the suspension layout is double wishbone with push-rod actuated dampers and adjustable anti-roll bars.

Here is a side view of the driver’s side pivot…

…and the copious amount of adjustments that the compact Sachs dampers offer…

…to help the drivers and engineers fine tune the handling for each track or surface condition they encounter.

So there you have it, a look into one of the newest Super GT racecars to hit the GT300 class this year and a small glimpse at the amazing work and level of engineering that goes into creating one of these stunning machines.

Action shots courtesy of Subaru Tecnica International

Subaru Tecnica International

R&D Sport

Super GT Official Website

-Dino Dalle Carbonare

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1

Looks good, they really got the motor tucked back in there.

2

 @KAG Thats what struck me and always has about the JGTC (it's not JGTC anymore right?) cars is how low and far back the engines sit. That has to be the farthest I've ever seen a motor mounted and that is an awesome looking engine bay with the pushrod suspension sitting right next to it. Must be an incredible machine to pilot. Amazing photography as usual. 
 
-Chris 

3

Yeah, must be perfect 50/50 weight balance on the car.

4

You were warned. Hug incoming.

5

 @majik16106 Oh my god. I just about died of laughter when I read this.

6

"My lovely SGT on speedhunters? It's more likely than you think!"

7

I just stared a car.
 
Finally it's covered. Thanks Dino! Job well done.
 
It is the best looking car of the pack. I would really like to see and hear it in real life.

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speedhunters_dino

 @Absolution  @majik16106 LOL

9

From a tech geek point of view, I absolutely love the Super GT cars. On the other hand though, I can't help but think the excess of aero grip to power isn't exactly conducive to "exciting" racing.Great feature though.

10

Mind = blown

11

THIS is a great feature! Great work Dino. Thanks for sharing it!

12

THIS is a great feature! Great work Dino. Thanks for sharing it!

13

@KurskiRacing Amazing pictures! Thank you!

14

Best feature I have seen for a long time! Great work Dino.

15

must be nice to have $$$$ this build looks so awesome

16

Nice work Dino, love the GT300 BRZ. Thanks for covering it!

17

Nice work Dino, love the GT300 BRZ. Thanks for covering it!

18

Nice work Dino, love the GT300 BRZ. Thanks for covering it!

19

Nice work Dino, love the GT300 BRZ. Thanks for covering it!

20

Nice from the Subaru Team to let you this close and personal with car.
Now, if you can try to get some close shots of those Goodsmile Racing Z4 and the Prius, it would be awesome

21

Nice from the Subaru Team to let you this close and personal with car.
Now, if you can try to get some close shots of those Goodsmile Racing Z4 and the Prius, it would be awesome

22

Nice from the Subaru Team to let you this close and personal with car.
Now, if you can try to get some close shots of those Goodsmile Racing Z4 and the Prius, it would be awesome

23

Nice from the Subaru Team to let you this close and personal with car.
Now, if you can try to get some close shots of those Goodsmile Racing Z4 and the Prius, it would be awesome

24

@adamyeager Love it! Hendrick has a few Subaru dealers… ^_^

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@adamyeager Love it! Hendrick has a few Subaru dealers… ^_^

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@adamyeager Love it! Hendrick has a few Subaru dealers… ^_^

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@adamyeager Love it! Hendrick has a few Subaru dealers… ^_^

28

Fantastic car & great feature!
...but no wallpapers of the interior or the engine/suspensions?

29

Fantastic car & great feature!
...but no wallpapers of the interior or the engine/suspensions?

30

Fantastic car & great feature!
...but no wallpapers of the interior or the engine/suspensions?

31

Fantastic car & great feature!
...but no wallpapers of the interior or the engine/suspensions?

32

Dino - any insight into what some of the costs involved to build such a machine?  Would be neat to see how it compares to, say, a no-holds-barred street version, just to keep things in perspective.  I know the GT bares little in common to anything commercially available, but it would be a neat fact to know
 
Good pics by the way, very details

33

Dino - any insight into what some of the costs involved to build such a machine?  Would be neat to see how it compares to, say, a no-holds-barred street version, just to keep things in perspective.  I know the GT bares little in common to anything commercially available, but it would be a neat fact to know
 
Good pics by the way, very details

34

Dino - any insight into what some of the costs involved to build such a machine?  Would be neat to see how it compares to, say, a no-holds-barred street version, just to keep things in perspective.  I know the GT bares little in common to anything commercially available, but it would be a neat fact to know
 
Good pics by the way, very details

35

Dino - any insight into what some of the costs involved to build such a machine?  Would be neat to see how it compares to, say, a no-holds-barred street version, just to keep things in perspective.  I know the GT bares little in common to anything commercially available, but it would be a neat fact to know
 
Good pics by the way, very details

36

Dino - any insight into what some of the costs involved to build such a machine?  Would be neat to see how it compares to, say, a no-holds-barred street version, just to keep things in perspective.  I know the GT bares little in common to anything commercially available, but it would be a neat fact to know
 
Good pics by the way, very details

37

anywhere to read up on how such an adjustable swaybar setup works?  Seen them many times before on lots of different race cars, but would love to see something in depth covering everything involved

38

interesting how it just uses regular worm drive hose clamps vs a Wiggins or T Bolt setup

39

Thanks Dino! Good golly miss molly that car is impressive!!! I hope by next year they're sitting on the podium!

40

 @Hotcakes You ever see a full JGTC or SuperGT race? Plenty of excitement!

41

yes! i recognised that dome logo before i read the next line! 

42

What's that rear carbon duct for?

43

If you do a google search for "blade adjustable ARB" you should be able to find a fair amount of information. The gist of it is that by rotating the blades, you are making them a stiffer or softer spring in series with the tube connecting them.

44

@SPEEDHUNTERS sex on wheels!!

45

There is a good chance I'm wrong, but it think its more aero. How it works is as air passes over the car, some of it is pulled into that duct, passes through it and is then dissipated out the back over the rear diffuser. What that does is push the back end down even more. (If you go through the Time Attack Car Features, there is a lancer that uses the same premises) That's what I think it is at least.

46

It works exactly like a modern go kart front bar. Think about a ruler. If you take the ruler and bend it this way: 
 
http://www.bruitparif.fr/sites/default/files/REGLE_ETAPE01_CADRES.gif
 
It is much harder to bend than the ruler at the bottom of this picture: 
 
http://www.teachengineering.org/collection/nyu_/activities/nyu_beam/nyu_beam_activity1_image3.gif
 
By changin whether the flat side is facing upward, or the thinner edge is facing upward it makes it easier or harder to flex resulting in an adjustable sway bar. 
 
Here is a photo of what it looks like on a kart laid in the soft position:
 
http://photos.motoiq.com/MotoIQ/Features/CRG-Kart/Picture-556/1136693297_9rqAs-L.jpg
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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********* I meant to say it is EASIER to bend in the original photo. ************

48

I would guess easily about a million dollars when you consider all of the parts, labor and people you would have to employ. Probably more. TODA was selling engines for GT300 class racing a long time ago and I can't recall if I ever got a price quote, but I would imagine the engine alone is upwards of 75-80 thousand dollars and only lasts 5-10 thousand miles if that. 
 
Theres no way in hell you're going to build a GT300 FRS for a quarter or even half a million. 
 
 

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 @KAG It's not so much the fact it's 50/50 which I'm sure it is, but how low in the chassis they set the motor. When I was at my tech school we got to work on Nascar...cars (what is the plural of Nascar? Nascars? Nascar cars? haha) and you would be amazed at how low and far back they stuff the engines in those. It's about as far back as the BRZ in the photo, but I don't think they are as low due to the V configuration as opposed to the flat configuration. 

50

Great in-depth technical review. Good to see the super low profile bullshit is history. I like rubber:-) I guess most of the people following speedhunters are car builders and engineers( amateurs or pro), so features like this are really inspiring.

51

awesome!!! love the detail that you went into! very informative!

52

what are the thin tiny blue dampers situation next to the spring/damper combo???  I can't tell from the picture, but is there a wire coming off (implying they are data sensors).
 
anyone know?

53

cargasm.

54

Phenomenal photos!

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 @ClaytonPayton Yes it's maps out suspension stroke, just one of the many bits of telemetry they keep a tab on.

56
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 @Nikhil_P You can thanks STI and the R&D Team for that, allowing me to shoot anything and everything!

57
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 @jonas maurstad There is a place for everything. That said I think Super GT have always nailed the whole "stance" thing rather well 

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There is a cooler in there, diff & or gearbox.  Apologies, should have mentioned that. 

59
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 @ComJive Now a tour of Dome would be nice.  Don't you think?....

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I'd love to know how much boost they run, bit it wouldn't be that high I'd imagine. Com ratio is 10:1, wouldn't need that much to get 300 PS and 450 Nm 

61
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Yeah if I'd really have to guess I'd say a couple of million...

62
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 @Chris Besset Yeah they are awesome at STI!  Z4 uhm...good idea...

63
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 @andrewhake Thank you:)

64
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 @JDMized Well thank you JDMized.  

65

I'm surprised they don't use better couplings for the turbo piping.

66

@kmok23 @slonie Why do unloading-racecars-from-truck shots always so much sex appeal? Cc: @d_bati

67

That is.........................................................EPIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

68

Can you explain what a better coupling would be and why it would work better? 

69
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I think he is referring to something like the Adel Wiggins tube connectors which you often see used on high-end builds and race cars:
 
http://www.adelwiggins.com

70

 @speedhunters_dino this sport is so underated! considering i discovered it through GT3! would love to see more of it... wonder what a formula 1 team would say...! haha

71

 @speedhunters_dino  Yes. I visited Dome factory in 2010 and it was a mind-blowing experience. That place is just too awesome. Lucky me also got to see the Weider HSV-010 up close.

72

Just for comparison. A fully built TODA Racing C32B (Honda NSX engine for the GT300 class) costs about $100,000.
That's 1 engine with no spare parts.
 
Those Sachs 4 way coilovers are nearly $20,000.
A roll cage like that must cost in the $10,000-15,000.
 
Custom machined pivots for the cantilever suspension design are actually priceless (one of a kind, and lots of R&D).
Full MoTec ECU, data logger, sensors, telemetry, radio, and harness = $30,000
 
Those AP Racing BBK, front and rear could cost somewhere in the $15,000 (with no spare parts).
Those BBS cost about $2000 per wheel.
 
One off dry carbon fiber body panels (from DOME Racing)......$100,000 (a quick-fun fact: HKS released to the public the dry carbon fiber wide bodykit that they designed for the CT230R. The kit cost $65,000). With that in mind, I can see why DOME would charge that much. 
The list goes on and on.
A $1,000,000 for a BRZ GT300 without spares in totally possible. 

73

Hey Dino. Do you know what school/college that offers race engineering as a class? If anybody else here on speedhunters have any clue on whats a great school/college for automotive anything help is appreciated.

74

BEST. POST. EVER. DINO. WINS. THE. INTERNET.

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BEST. POST. EVER. DINO. WINS. THE. INTERNET.

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BEST. POST. EVER. DINO. WINS. THE. INTERNET.

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BEST. POST. EVER. DINO. WINS. THE. INTERNET.

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BEST. POST. EVER. DINO. WINS. THE. INTERNET.

79

Does anyone know if that golden canister in the front left of the engine bay is Subaru's "Rocket System" that was developed for the WRC cars??
http://www.racedandrallied.com/technical-articles/explanation-of-the-subaru-wrc-rocket-anti-lag-system  

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Depending on what part of racing you're most interested in, your best bet is to become a Mechanical Engineer at any well established university. From that point on, I HIGHLY recommend you join the Formula SAE club/team. Here is a partial list of the schools that participate: http://students.sae.org/competitions/formulaseries/fsae/teamsites/

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 @speedhunters_dino Nice stuff. I dont think theres anything wrong with the clamps they are using on the GT300 car though. I worked for a shop that did 1000hp motors and aside from V-band clamps I saw rubber hose clamps all the time. Never failed and made plenty of power on big engines. Shrug.

82

 @speedhunters_dino i'd donate my children and the children of all my neighbours to make that happen

83

Daily driver.

84

 @hanablemoore  To my knowledge there is one college that offers a BS in Automotive Engineering and that University of Minnesota at Mankato. Its the school where the vikiings practice in the off season. I know it was the only one as of 5-6 years ago because I visited the campus thinking I was headed there. Awesome program, they have a wind tunnel on campus, we are talking serious stuff. They teach you to mold Carbon fiber, the whole nine. A senior there was showing me he made himself a Carbon fiber snowboard as a project. lol. Check them out.

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 @hanablemoore  To my knowledge there is one college that offers a BS in Automotive Engineering and that University of Minnesota at Mankato. Its the school where the vikiings practice in the off season. I know it was the only one as of 5-6 years ago because I visited the campus thinking I was headed there. Awesome program, they have a wind tunnel on campus, we are talking serious stuff. They teach you to mold Carbon fiber, the whole nine. A senior there was showing me he made himself a Carbon fiber snowboard as a project. lol. Check them out.

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 @hanablemoore Wanted to add, best place to get a basic automotive education is a tech school. It really depends on what you want to do with it? Is it just for you? Want to work in a local speed shop or do you want to work for a factory works team? The level of education and the suggestions that would be provided would be very different depending on what it is you are looking for. Joining an SAE team is NEVER a bad idea, a lot of fun. If you're looking to get into professional racing as a career, spend as much time as possible at the track as you can even if you aren't driving. Just watch, learn, and above all Network. You'd be surprised what doors open when you just get friendly with people.

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 @hanablemoore Wanted to add, best place to get a basic automotive education is a tech school. It really depends on what you want to do with it? Is it just for you? Want to work in a local speed shop or do you want to work for a factory works team? The level of education and the suggestions that would be provided would be very different depending on what it is you are looking for. Joining an SAE team is NEVER a bad idea, a lot of fun. If you're looking to get into professional racing as a career, spend as much time as possible at the track as you can even if you aren't driving. Just watch, learn, and above all Network. You'd be surprised what doors open when you just get friendly with people.

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 @majik16106 Thanks majik16106 im in southern california and the tech school are not providing the classes/tool. I am looking for welding roll cages, head/rotor housing porting, ecu tuning, and etc. My school options are UTI and WYOTECH that i know of. Those are out of the question because they are college for profit, i need a traditional brick and mortar school. Thanks, majik16106 for the suggestions. Your suggestions are the best i ve heard so far. 

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 @majik16106 Thanks majik16106 im in southern california and the tech school are not providing the classes/tool. I am looking for welding roll cages, head/rotor housing porting, ecu tuning, and etc. My school options are UTI and WYOTECH that i know of. Those are out of the question because they are college for profit, i need a traditional brick and mortar school. Thanks, majik16106 for the suggestions. Your suggestions are the best i ve heard so far. 

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 @hanablemoore  @majik16106 There is lanier tech in georgia, they have a motorsport program there. I'm actually going there next semester, I know being in california its probably not good for you, but just check out the website. http://www.laniertech.edu/AcademicPrograms/Motorsports%20Vehicle%20Technology-Programs.aspx?id=27

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 @hanablemoore  Sounds to me like you are looking for a tech school, UM would be overkill for what you want to do. UTI and Wyotech arent bad but those types of things can be found easily at community colleges and should be easy to find. Tip for finding a place, get the word "automotive" out of your mind for school, they wont teach you motec/hondata tuning. You need to learn car basics (IE automotive repair) and then learn welding and machining in general. Then apply the welding and machining education to the cars. Try to intern at a shop with a dyno, thats going to be the best way to get some hands on experience and learn to tune. As far as tools go, most places require you to have a minimum of basic hand tools, and working with cars, you will be spending tons of money of them, good mechanics tend to have well over 100k in tools in their lifetime.  This is not a cheap profession. 

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Such a cool looking race car. I still can't believe that I somehow missed seeing this at the Tokyo Motor Show last year. :(

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Yeah they will be fine

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 @sysfailur Haha thanks!

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I hate that it's even called a BRZ.  This thing is as much a BRZ as the NASCAR Camry is a Camry :|
 
Race cars are cool, but the marketing fakery just sucks.

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 @conor42
 I disagree. Most of the centre part of the chassis is retained, rooflne, pillars, front and side window size/shape,door size/shape... It's basically a fully modified/developed BRZ, which is what it should be.
Nascar Camry on the other hand is full space frame, not even same layout as original...

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It's not fully modified/developed.  It's a tube frame race car.  They kept a tiny fraction of sheet metal and tubed everything else.  The suspension has nothing to do with anything that will ever be featured on a Subaru/Toyota street car.  They aren't even using any common drivetrain components.  This isn't a race BRZ, it's a race car with a BRZ body (sort of!).   It's a bad-ass race car but it's not a BRZ at all.

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Loads of World rally engine bits and ancillaries on that car.

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Loads of World rally engine bits and ancillaries on that car.

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Loads of World rally engine bits and ancillaries on that car.

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@chubbaymoo *droolz*

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@Subaru_SA I am waiting...lol

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@Subaru_SA I am waiting...lol

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@Subaru_SA I am waiting...lol

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@djdeong BRZ will be in Durban and PMB dealership next week. You should book a test drive and tell me how it compares to the 86

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@Subaru_SA can u arrange cos they abit diff..

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@djdeong DM me your contact number and I'll get them to book you in for a test drive

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 @conor42 stick with showroom stock racing then, gt racing cars are supposed to be absolutely nuts, kind of hard to pull that off with a standard brz street car chassis and some bolt-ons

109

Absolutely love this thing, but why the Bilstein stickers but using Sachs dampers

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 @2bAUS  Because that is what Subaru uses on their road cars and it's a sponsor 

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 @2bAUS  Because that is what Subaru uses on their road cars and it's a sponsor 

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I have the same set of shock on the shelf off a Toyota Formula Atlantic car!

114

Looks like this uses the wrc rocket too.. I mean look at the valve sitting right there !

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Looks like this uses the wrc rocket too.. I mean look at the valve sitting right there !

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Amazing , it is the car of my dreams, it has everything, nothing is missing , I would love to have this car for me and especially to travel around the world and it is blue my favorite color , thanks for watching this report photos, I liked it a lot. Cheers

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Alucinante, es el coche de mis sueños, lo tiene todo, no le falta nada, me encataria poder tener este coche para mi y sobre todo viajar por todo el mundo, ademas es de color azul mi color preferido, gracias por ver este reporte de fotos, me ha gustado mucho. Saludos

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Very surprised no-one noted the Rover P6 push-rod springs to bulkhead front suspension- designed in 1957-61 by Rover notably David Bach and legendary British engineer "Spen" Charles Spencer King (much influenced by Maserati and Lotus). Arguably, the first production car to have push-rod suspension and a de Dion rear end. Eat that over-priced, over-hyped Italian rubbish (Maserati excluded as they have superb longevity, rarely fall/rust apart and and extremely well-engineered.) And yes I have unfortunately owned a Ferrari, Alfas, Fiats, Lancias, Abarths, etc. Very over-rated.

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