SUPERSTREET SCION TUNER CHALLENGE FR-S
Losing the $10,000 first prize in the tuner Challenge to Speedhunters would have sucked for SuperStreet, after the lengths it went to with its entry. Unlike the Speedhunters’ stripped and race-ready version, Super Street built an FR-S into a complete all-round street car, something which seems to be lacking in the scene these days. The body kit was a combination of TRD Release bumpers and side skirts mixed with (you guessed it) Rocket Bunny overfenders, Version 1s on the front and Version 2s on the rear. These are filled with a set of custom BBS LMs measuring 18x10.25-inch up front and 11.25-inch on the back. The entire interior has been retrimmed and shares the cabin space with with a Godspeed bolt-in cage. Of all the engine builds in the challenge, the SS entry was the most unique thanks to the Borla Induction 45mm DCOE ITBs with 70mm velocity stacks. The engine bay was also completely smoothed, with a custom firewall, tubs, and a wider cowl and engine cover, the impact further maximized by a full engine deloom using a Rywire Mil-Spec wiring loom. Borla also supplied a full exhaust — we can just imagine the noise this FR-S would bellow out.