Live From Socal, The Evasive Fr-s #featured

I cannot remember the last time that I was as excited about a car as I am the FR-S you’re looking at right now. That’s a pretty bold statement when you take into account how difficult it has become for anything automotive to knock my socks off, and even more so when you consider that the car that did it is probably the most hyped up vehicle on earth right now. A few days ago I was blue in the face from the constant stream of FR-S / GT86 / BRZ craziness coming from every direction, but this right here is a game changer.

I’ve known the guys at Evasive and taken my personal cars there for practically as long as I’ve lived in California, so when I found out a few months ago that they were building an FR-S I knew it would surely become something spectacular. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the shop, their main bread-and-butter is making cars go very quickly around a race track and have made quite a name for themselves in US time attack.

The thing that has always impressed me about Evasive isn’t the fact that they build fast cars, it’s the methodology behind how they do it. Unlike most US tuners who want to slap ten wings on a car, throw a thousand horsepower in it and mount up the widest wheels possible, Evasive does things a little differently. They have stayed true in their vision and have adopted a Japanese style of tuning where overall balance is key, no one component outshines the others and by working in unison they have claimed many track records with some of the lowest powered cars in the time attack community.

Evasive also has a long time love affair with aerodynamics, albeit a more subtle and refined approach than what you can usually associate with grassroots motorsports. One of their long time partners is Japan’s famous tuner Voltex and over the years they have collaborated on a number of different projects together, most notably their S2000 which wears with very first kit ever made for the car by the aero company from Suzuka.

They’ve also always had what I consider to be the best looking time attack cars in the states as well, and it doesn’t hurt that they are usually near the front of the pack. Therefore when I ran into Mike Chang and Tony Kwan from Evasive at Formula D Irwindale I had complete faith in them when they told me “you’ve gotta come by and see our FR-S when it’s done, you’re gonna love it!” They were right.

Actually I think “love” is an understatement, I cannot even think of a word to describe how I feel about the car. When I received a message from Mike on Tuesday with photos of the car I think I had a heart attack. Every ounce of my being felt compelled to photograph it immediately, as if I couldn’t possibly live another day if I didn’t capture it. So I made plans to come by the following day to get my fix and when I arrived the guys were just putting the finishing touches on it.

When I first saw the car in person my heart sank again. I decided to eat lunch while the guys tied off all the loose ends but I couldn’t stop myself from walking around the car and ogling it. I literally couldn’t take my eyes off of it. Of course I made sure to bring some Speedhunters goodies for the car, but the sticker I was most interested in getting fixed to it was the official #Featured badge.

After what seemed like an eternity due to my giddiness, we finally got the car loaded onto the enclosed trailer and out to our shoot location. Seeing the car in the sunlight was another breathtaking experience. Just when I thought it couldn’t get any better it somehow did, exponentially. The only other experience I can compare it to would be meeting a really cute girl (or guy), then seeing her (or him) naked only moments later.

I was completely flabbergasted by the bodywork. This time around the guys decided to build their own bespoke aero kit inspired by various forms of racing. Some of the obvious influences would be the Super GT style high shouldered fenders and the LMP style “swan neck” wing mounts, for which Voltex had to create a custom one-off Type 7 GT wing to accept the top-mounting brackets. Even now looking at the photos I just can’t get enough of it.

“For our build, we wanted to make sure that we didn’t lose the original body lines and we didn’t want to go overboard with making it too wide, given its factory width was already large.” Tony tells me, “We spent a lot of nights shaping and reshaping the aero to get it the way we wanted, making sure it didn’t look heavy on the car.” Mike added “We love the stock lines of the car, especially from the profile view and didn’t want to distract the factory lines so we tried very hard to match the wide fenders so it does not take away from the feel of the car.”

If you ask me they totally nailed it. Now I know I’m probably going to take a little crap for saying this, but before this car I never saw a ZN6 that I fully liked the way it looked. There are a lot of really cool elements on other cars that I like a lot, but as a whole package this is the first time that I love every piece and every angle. I never imagined owning an FR-S until now either, but I could definitely see myself driving the piss out of this one.

I think part of the reason I’m swooning so hard is because I’m a huge motorsport nerd and I share a lot of taste with these guys. Take for example yet another page borrowed from the world of sportscar prototypes, these sick LED strips running along the edge of the rear fenders. How cool is that? And I wonder what that hole marked “air” is for… we’ll get to that in a minute.

While this is indeed a car that Scion has given to Evasive for SEMA, it is by no means a “SEMA car”. By that I am of course referring to the intended use of the vehicle, which if you haven’t guessed by now will be largely competitive time attack racing. Tony explained “we’re probably best known for competing in time attack events with our EVO 9 and S2000, and will compete with this FR-S as well. But we actually wanted to take it a step further by competing at Pikes Peak Hill Climb.”

Obviously PPIHC is no small fry competition and Evasive will surely have their work cut out for them, but if there is anyone from the tuner market that I think has a fighting chance it’s them. They know what it takes to develop a car and take improving performance very seriously and they have the hours of datalogging to prove it. I’m sure that the car will be moving along nicely by the time it travels to Colorado for what Mike refers to as “the ultimate time attack event.”

I can only presume that as the team shakes the car down they will make countless adjustments and improvements, but I’ll be damned if it isn’t jaw dropping as is. The interior is very simple, as you’d expect from a competition car, but seeing one where the few remaining factory items are still pristine is pretty cool. There are also lots of custom pieces that Evasive has fabricated inside the car like the carbon door panels and aluminum door handles.

Of course no time attack car would be taken seriously with a stock power plant. Seeing as how a lack of thrust is the main gripe of virtually everyone who has driven an FR-S, power adders were addressed immediately. As a technical partner for HKS, Evasive does a lot of the prototype testing and R&D for the iconic brand now that their US headquarters are closed for good.

This car is actually sporting the very first HKS supercharger kit in North America for the ZN6 and served as the official test fit for the product’s US applications. Output is currently rated at a modest 203hp and 185lb-ft to the rear tires, but the team plans on tearing the motor down and doing a complete rebuild after Super Lap Battle.

Not surprisingly other HKS goodies like the oil filter, oil cap and Racing Suction intake can be found keeping the supercharger company. When I asked the guys about bolt-on power they admitted that the weak point of the car is trying to extract anything extra from the stock engine. “Although the engine’s probably sufficient for street driving, tuners may not be satisfied with it stock. You don’t gain much power from bolt-on parts such as exhaust or intakes” Tony divulged.

Nevertheless a huge part of Evasive’s track record is their ability to make a car handle well. Some of their suspension whispering can be seen in the bay in a form of a wide array of Cusco bracing which is scattered throughout the car. The Project Mu reservoir tank cover may be innocent on its own, but in reality it foreshadows the massive clappers it feeds at each corner.

Mike told me that the stock car “is lightweight, nimble, and has a very solid chassis” so in order to get a better look at the footwork we headed back to Evasive’s new shop to get the car in the air. “After tearing down the FR-S for our build we noticed that the designers and engineers definitely constructed it as a tuner car, making access easy to do aftermarket upgrades; almost expecting that things would be taken off and put back on a lot.”

Although I haven’t worked on an FR-S myself, I can definitely see exactly what the boys are on about. This really is a sports car from years gone by, something that I had thought by most accounts was now extinct. It’s reasonably priced, balanced and easy to work on – what more can you ask for? I’d presume that changing out the shocks and brakes shouldn’t take more than an hour even for the unexperienced wrencher.

For the pros at Evasive I would imagine the Project Mu brake kit was likely slung on with one hand and frantically secured to the upright with the other in a matter of minutes. The shock absorbers also appear to be quite easily adjusted and removed or installed, which is a very good thing since Evasive is already underway working with KW to develop a custom 3-way adjustable application for the car.

Evasive has built some remarkable performing and downright beautiful cars, many of which I’ve been fortunate enough to photograph over the years, but this time around they have well and truly outdone themselves. If you’re going to be at SEMA you’ve got to do yourself a favor and swing by the Scion booth to get a look at this monster in person, I guarantee it will blow your mind. It will also be making an appearance the following week at Buttonwillow for the Super Lap Battle finals and I can’t wait to see it where it belongs!

Evasive Motorsports 2013 Scion FR-S

ENGINE

2.0L supercharged 4U-GSE boxer engine; HKS GT Supercharger kit (GTS7040L supercharger, intercooler and piping), Racing Suction intake, oil cooler, supercharger traction oil, oil filter; Koyo Rad aluminum radiator; Cusco oil catch can; ATL racing fuel cell

ENGINE MANAGEMENT / ELECTRONICS

HKS F-Con, AFK A/F-knock amp

DRIVELINE

Kaaz LSD; Cusco high capacity differential cover

SUSPENSION / CHASSIS

Evasive custom fabricated roll cage; KW Variant 3 coilovers; Cusco rear pillowball lateral links, engine power brace, front strut bar, front power brace, front/rear sway bars, side member power brace; Genesis air jack system w/ Evasive custom tripod mounts

BRAKES

Project Mu big brake kit (6-piston caliper w/ 355x32mm rotors (front), 2-piston caliper w/ 316x20mm rotors (rear)), Club Racer brake pads, stainless steel brake lines, G-Four racing brake fluid

WHEELS / TIRES

18×10″ +40 Volk Racing TE37SL Black Edition wheels; 275/35ZR18 Maxxis Victra RC-1 tires; Project Kics 15mm wheel spacer conversion adapters; EVS tuning lug nuts

CABIN

Evasive custom carbon door panels, custom aluminum door release, custom carbon dash display; Sparco Pro-ADV bucket seats, 6-point HANS harnesses, kill switch, R375 steering wheel, side-mount seat brackets; HKS Kansai horn button; Nagisa Auto D-Lock super low seat rails; Carbing high grip shift knob

BODY

Evasive custom fabricated widebody kit (front splitter, front fenders, rear fenders, carbon side steps, carbon rear diffuser, hood), custom fitted lexan door/rear quarter/rear windows, custom fabricated GT wing quill mounts; Voltex Type 7 carbon GT wing; Tamon Design FRP front lip, carbon brake ducts; Craftsquare carbon GT mirrors; Aerocatch flush latching system; 3M ScotchPrint 1080-M230 matte grey aluminum film (wrap) installed by Tint Factory

THANKS

Scion, Maxxis tires, HKS, Rays Engineering, Project Mu, KW Suspensions, Sparco, Voltex, Tamon Design, Cusco, Kaaz, Craftsquare, Koyo, Motul, Meguiars, Downforce USA, Tint Factory.net

-Sean

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1

hmm, well i don't know how anybody else feels, but Sean, if the mission was shock value, then damn, consider this feature a depth charge to the coy pond outside the barracks! (and on a Saturday morning no-less?) That's just hardcore balsy...ain't no more slumbering samurai's  hungover this morning. eyes open!

2

This car is just... wow. I can't stop looking at that first photo. Not only is it a sick car, but that photo is awesome with thee sun in the background and everything. Nice job :)

3

This car is just... wow. I can't stop looking at that first photo. Not only is it a sick car, but that photo is awesome with the sun in the background and everything. Nice job :)

4

Now thats a kits that I would rock on my car

5

now thats a kit I would rock on my car

6

@Sean Klingelhoefer, I can absolutely see why you were so excited to shoot this car! This is absolutely incredible, and I've been poring over pictures of just about every tuned 86/FR-S/BRZ out there since March! I can't believe Evasive was able to build such a jaw-dropping performance machine in such a short period of time, and to hear that they're going to shake it down at Pikes Peak makes it that much more incredible! I just hope they can extract more ponies from the HKS S/C kit, because I've been eying that kit but if it only adds 40whp I may have to explore other options...

7

Breath taking! This car is an absolute beauty/beast! Very nice pictures Sean but could you PLEASE make the very first picture aslo available in Hi-Res Wallpaper? The setting sun and colours in that picture are out of this world! Pretty please Mr. Klingelhoefer!

8

If it's not AWD, it's broke.

9

“After tearing down the FR-S for our build we noticed that the designers and engineers definitely constructed it as a tuner car, making access easy to do aftermarket upgrades; almost expecting that things would be taken off and put back on a lot.”I think this is about the most important statement on the 86/FR-S/BRZ! Exactly what i always 'felt' so special about that car. I mean .. one glance at the engine bay tells you that this is meant to get your hands dirty in there! Not just plastics! Simply brilliant.

10

You rock Sean. Thanks.

11

"But we actually wanted to take it a step further by competing at Pikes Peak Hill Climb.”"
Awesome.
 
I went instantly to follow on Facebook. going to be great to follow the development process.

12

Holy smokes, incredible!! awesome feature Sean!

13
Jeroen Willemsen

Holy smokes!! awesome feature Sean. The guys at Evasive have really outdone themselves.

14

Oh my mother of god, this has to be the coolest car I've seen of this year, even the rocket bunny can't match this, WOW

15

DTM style widebody looks amazing and that's an understatement. What Evasive did here took the bar level and threw it to space.

16

last shot is my new background. so sick. love the aero, love the susp. setup, cant wait to see a fully rebuilt fa20 with new internals and that supercharger. its surprising that hks blower is only adding what 4 horse from the original stock 198... why is that?

17

p.s. can you use your personal contacts to have evasive make a more street friendly kit and put it on the market ... please..

18

@zamm333 
that is whp car only does 150 on Evasive Mustang dyno.

19

How much does it weigh?

20

Wow what a great read and car!!!

21

@JSequoia Haha I'm glad I gave you something worth waking up for ;) I just knew there was no way I could hang on to this any long, the world needs to see it!

22

@Jordan_Burgess The car looks great from every angle, but I think that one might be my favorite. I already want to shoot it again lmao.

23

nice body kit !

24

@Sean Ya I've seen I don't know how many of these cars now, it seems like every other photo on Instagram is a ZN6 right now, but this thing totally knocked me off my feet. I know that the guys plan on doing more testing with the supercharger when the time comes, but even still 40hp is nothing to sneeze at when you consider it's nearly 1/3rd of what the engine makes stock - that's like putting a supercharger on a Z06 Corvette and netting 660 hp (which is actually just over what the ZR1 makes). It's quite reasonable actually.

25

You're telling me that you never liked the way the gt300 BRZ looking? I AM TOTALLY FLABBERGASTED, SIR!!!
 
Come on, that car oozes sex out of it's exhaust. It's also the equivalent to a naked girl 100% of the time....all day, everyday. It can be pitch black and the car will still cause me to have (manly) giggles of joy.
http://www.speedhunters.com/2012/09/the-gt300-brz/

26

@sean klingelhoefer
 I don't blame you lol. It is now my phone wallpaper so thanks for that :)

27

@Kermo You have no idea how bad I wanted to make a desktop out of that image but sadly it's quite badly back focused, which aside from being terribly embarrassing it's also no good in desktop resolution because the car is out of focus. It looks fine in the 800px image but the full size is not so good. I had borrowed a camera from a friend of mine and it has focusing problems which I didn't realize until it was too late. Sorry man!

28

lol you might want to tell that to guys at Subaru who built it ;)

29

No Kel, you rock! You guys did such an awesome job on the car, and your splitter kills! I've got to get you guys to make me some stuff for my Civic next year.

30

@maxproof I mean I "knew" it was designed to be tuned for a very long time, I was in direct contact with Scion about the car for months before it was even announced but it's still a different thing to get up close to one and look around. I actually hope I have the chance to work on one in the future... who knows maybe we'll build a US Speedhunters 86.

31

@MatsNorway Haha yes I am hoping to follow along with the team next year to get the behind the scenes story on their trip to Pikes Peak!

32

Thanks Jeroen, they did an amazing job! It's even better in person!

33

@240z lover Honestly I think I'm right there with you, probably the coolest car I've seen in a long time... so crazy.

34

@LouisYio You know what strike what I said before, I do very much like the way that car looks! But in terms of overall excitement, it's expected. Of course a factory backed race car is going to look and perform amazing, and obviously Subaru would be making a HUGE mistake if they didn't field a car in Japan's top level GT series. But seeing something that looks 95% the same but was built by a couple of guys at a local shop... that's nuts!

35

@LouisYio You know what strike what I said before, I do very much like the way that car looks! But in terms of overall excitement, it's expected. Of course a factory backed race car is going to look and perform amazing, and obviously Subaru would be making a HUGE mistake if they didn't field a car in Japan's top level GT series. Also I'm not entirely sure that very much of that car is still, or ever was, an actual ZN6 chassis ;)  But seeing something that looks 95% the same but was built by a couple of guys at a local shop... that's nuts!

36

@zamm333 I think they are planning to offer it as a service, but not something you can buy and install yourself. But it wouldn't surprise me if they decided to develop something a little more street-friendly.

37

@Gf8wagoneer I totally agree, they're on some next level stuff here.

38

Absolutely beautiful and functional! Now the hellaflush deal going on here. Great work going on at Evasive! That diffuser is one of the most original pieces on the whole car and keeps catching my attention.

39

@sean klingelhoefer Maybe a carchase-camera-car!  Or be the first to make it a Roadster ;)

40

The colour scheme is brilliant, im surprised at how well the pale yellow works with the silver, creates a nice accent. Love that the accent on the wheels matches too. What a stunning car. I need a supercharged GT86 soon..

41

@maxproof We've actually been discussing doing a chase car for Gatebil next year lol!

42

Sean great article, awesome car! But the rear calipers feature 2 pistons, not 4.

43

the rocket bunny kit kills this one

44

@JDMized so they do! I just copied the information that was sent to me, I'll update that.

45

@TomHoward ya I have a pair of running shoes that are exactly the same colors, I love it!

46

@sean klingelhoefer logical step. But i'd recommend a seriously fast estate car for that matter ... tuned w123 Merc could be an awesome eurostyle chaser!

47

@sean klingelhoefer Yeah I saw the pics and you can see its actually a 2 piston into.
I'll definitely check it out at BW.

48

Evasive > Rocket Bunny

49

I want one. Simple as. Splitter feet and swan neck wing mounts, I didn't think we'd see this sort of aero, ideas that have only been on prototypes since 2009, on a little car like a Toybaruion for a long time yet.

50

I want one. Simple as. Splitter feet and swan neck wing mounts, I didn't think we'd see this sort of aero, ideas that have only been on prototypes since 2009, on a little car like a Toybaruion for a long time yet.

51

With HKS as a foster parent. I think the guys should do good performance wise. Good luck at the first event, with those stock internals.

52

@MCCLIFTED You do realize that Evasive has set class records with cars running stock internals before right? And I hope you read the part about how they plan on tearing the engine down and building it with full internals.

53

Information moves fast in the digital age!

54

@sean klingelhoefer Yeah I read the article. I said good luck with those stock internals.

55

Forgive my lack of understanding of the modern automobile but that black hose attached before the blower, what is it for? I know I'm going to kick myself when I find out but I really cant work it out.
 
Great shots Sean, I really need to get my camera back out.

56

@Other Will I believe the piece you are referring to is the "sound tube", an invention which pumps intake noise into the cabin to make the car seem louder/ more sporty. It's not an essential component but I suppose it probably makes the car seem a little faster on the ear dyno lol.

57

@maxproof Rod was thinking a Porsche 935 lol!

58

Sean, I love your posts, but I've noticed that you tend to start them in nearly the same way almost every time.It's usually something about how you've seen a lot of impressive cars in your time and you've become jaded from the experience, but the particular car in question is the exception. Now while I don't doubt the validity of either statement, I think it would be a more interesting read if you mixed it up a bit.

59

The front fenders are a piece of art, only the line where the new aero meets the OEM fender is to defined. Unlike the Rocket Bunny's smoothness.

60

FOLY HUCK

61

Wow this is just a masterpiece, plain and simple.

62

So glad they won't just be doing the standard Buttonwillow Time Attack routine.

63

@sean klingelhoefer  @maxproof Sounds reasonable... though that'll be more of a leading but a chase car ;)

64

@MCCLIFTED 
Rocket Bunny is played out before SEMA!

65

3 words. Whoa......and whoa!

66

I definitely know what you mean and it's something I will definitely think about moving forward. I know I don't "always" start a story that way, but you're right in finding a trend there. I guess it's just my mindset when I go about starting a story, believe it or not getting the first sentence out is usually the hardest part of the entire article!

67

@JDMized  @sean I'll see you there!

68

@maxproof You can't shoot what you can't catch haha!

69

@sean klingelhoefer by the way, the fact that you respond to so many of these comments (even the haters) is pretty cool. Great effort man!

70

@MCCLIFTED  @sean klingelhoefer 
the stock internals on the FA20 actually look really decent, the piston design itself is very very good and there has obviously been a lot of time spent on it, it should hold up to some pretty decent boost

71

this car is soo dam sexy!!! its flooded on instagram...double tap!!!
love the pictures!! first the rocket bunny and now this?! ARgH! its too much!!!!!

72

I was a little confused when you wrote that your 'heart sank' because it didn't mean what I think you thought it meant.Also, for anyone wondering about the the functionality of the  'AIR' port in the rear bumper is shown in the 4th last picture. The car has built-in jacks to save time in the pits.

73

Third paragraph: nice dig at World Racing maybe? Haha.Great article, even better car.

74

@keeohno
Usually though when he writes that something awesome follows.

75

@Nikhil_P That's too funny about Instagram lol.

76

@Hotcakes It wasn't intended to be read that way as the same technique pretty much applies to all of the US teams - GST, FXMD, World Racing etc.

77

@JSequoia The way I see it there's no point in a comment system if we don't use it! To me it's incredible to be able to communicate with you guys and get feedback like this, at the magazines I'd be lucky to get one valuable letter a month.

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@Other Will

79

@Other Will
 Bypass valve return hose, recirculates the compressed air when the throttle body closes.

80

@Other Will
 Bypass valve return hose, recirculates the compressed air when the throttle body closes.

81

I don't even know which kit I think looks better.  Rocket bunny or this... both are amazing.  Both will cost a fortune.  Both are worth it.

82

I love these cars so much. Cant wait to see some more street going cars.

83

Am I the only person that doesn't like this car?

84

Truly amazing! Evasive definitely has the Midas touch.

85

@sean klingelhoefer Yeah, I was just playing haha. I know you guys at Speedhunters have a pretty close relationship with Chris and World. It was just meant to be light hearted. :)

86

@jdjordan35 Yes.

87

Just EPIC.

88

Looks nice..... should be decent on the track racing the clock. Justin Kresty Cuyahoga County

89

Nice vehicle. Good build quality and looks fantastic. But for christs sake, get the proper length hose clamps on that compressor outlet coupler. Long hose clamp tails are my pet peeve!

90

W O W

91

200 hp? I hope theyre able to get more out of it then that.

92

Honestly, this article reads too much like the car is a 'race inspired show car'.  I don't need to know Evasive likes the factory body lines, I don't need to know about speedhunters stickers, and I don't need to see a picture of the oil filter.
 
What i do need are things such as R&D findings, specs such the increase in track width, cooling system mods, pics of the underside of the car, competition goals, and lots of info about the custom pieces on the car.  
 
I need race car features to appeal to my engineer side, rather than my fanboy side.

93

Considering that the car was literally finished minutes before I shot it I'm not sure what kind of R&D you're expecting? I'd be willing to be that they will be testing it a lot though starting next Wednesday at BW. 
 
Check their blog for that kind of stuff as they go along they typically post lots of test info - http://blog.evasivemotorsports.com

94

@AS201 I would imagine that will be replaced, I kind of dropped in and shot the car in a mostly-finished state.

95

@JDMized  @jdjordan35 lol

96

@Hotcakes Ahh ya I suffer from Internet Aspergers sometimes. :)

97

Great article and picts Sean!! Please say you'll do a follow-up later on and show some picts of the underside! if they took all that time to develop the aero, i bet the underbody looks just as impressive!

98

One of the best looking tuned cars I've ever seen.

99

That aero looks amazing. Kind of reminds me of a DTM car :]

100

Yes I hope to follow them at Pikes Peak next year so I plan on taking plenty more pictures!

101

and again...this is another example of Great Photography!
Congrats Sean! I love the mood on them!

102

and again...this is another example of Great Photography!
Congrats Sean! I love the mood on them!

103

So you want Speedhunters to cater to you and only you? There are millions of readers. Please, do your own research for the engineering/R&D type of stuff.

104

So you want Speedhunters to cater to you and only you? There are millions of readers. Please, do your own research for the engineering/R&D type of stuff.

105

Sean strikes again!

106

Sean strikes again!

107

@Daniele Fontanin Thanks Dan!

108

Racecar > streetcar

109

thats because SEMA a was 6 months later.

110

Mind explaining the need of a air port on the car. I have my theory but I wanted to confirm it. Good post!

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