For Sale: RallySport Direct’s 2013 Subaru BRZ (Albino Rhino)

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Up for sale is our loved Albino Rhino 2013 BRZ Shop Car. This car was purchased brand new for the purpose of marketing, brand awareness and a fun shop car we could bring to meets. We wanted to show off what was possible with a BRZ using off the shelf parts from RallySportDirect. We have well over $30K invested into this car on top of the original sale price. The vehicle will be sold as-is with all of the aftermarket parts included along with 95% of the factory OEM parts that were removed. 

This car was used mainly in marketing and has been displayed at many major events across the United States, and has been used by several manufacturers to highlight their products we have installed on the car. 

The vehicle was professionally built and looked after with the upmost care. Maintaince was always done before or at the service intervals and the mods were chosen to keep the vehicle as reliable as possible while still extracting more power out of the stock engine. 

Power is provided by a Vortech Supercharger which we chose as we wanted to maintain an almost N/A feel to the car, but we always felt like it needed just a bit more power. Boost comes on seamlessly as the RPM’s climb giving the car a modest yet potent 229 WHP and 182 WTQ while still retaining a very nice torque curve. More power can easily be achieved with this setup, but we wanted to keep the car as safe, reliable and fun as possible. 

The suspension on the vehicle has been upgraded to the Tein Street Flex Coilovers which provide a nice but firm sport ride while allowing the ultra grippy RE-11 tires to do their job of assaulting the pavement. Cusco arms in the rear provide for the alignment to be dialed in to best suite any conditions, and along with the Tein EDFC Active, tuning the suspension can be done from the comfort of the driver seat, or just sit back and relax and let the active feature change the settings for you.

To stop this near featherweight vehicle, we went for an almost overkill Brembo Big Brake kit on the front and rear of the vehicle. With the massive 355mm rotors in front and 345mm rotors in the rear, a quick stab of the brakes at speed can get you uncomfortably familiar with the laws of physics. Disregarding the performance, the custom white powdercoat paint job on these massive calipers beautifully sets off the car stuffed beneath the Work CR Ultimate wheels. 

The Exterior is decorated with beautiful bits of Carbon Fiber good from APR. We wanted the car to be a bit more subtle yet still be able to stand out in a crowd. Between the Wheels, brakes, and Carbon Fiber Lips we feel this goal was easily achieved and exceeded even our expectations. 

The interior of the car has been fitted with Cusco Bride Stradia II seats mounted on Bride bases, and we added the Essex harness bar and Takata belts to keep you firmly planted in the aggressive yet adjustable reclining seats. Along with the JDM bits we have inside, you will also see the custom JPM Coachworks dash piece highlighting the build with a stitched Albino Rhino, combine that with the off the shelf JPM shift boot, E-brake Boot and the Prova Steering Wheel and it makes the car an incredible experience to drive, let alone sit in. 

The car will include ALL stock parts along with ALL aftermarket items which have been installed. The entire vehicles build has been documented from the day it was purchased up to now with detailed write-ups, how-to information and numerous technical documents to showcase the vehicle from start to finish.

http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7397

Price: $40,000
Miles: 6273

Items on the car with MSRP prices listed:


$8892.91
Engine:
Vortech Supercharger – $6010.99
Dimple Magnetic Oil Drain Plug– $34.95
Prova Oil Filter – $26.99
Tomei ExpremeTi Titanium Catback -$1090.00
Nameless Performance Overpipe/Downpipe Catted – $499.00
Kartboy Lightweight Crank Pulley – $95.00
Perrin Oil Cap – $57.00
GrimmSpeed Battery Tie Down – $59.99
Perrin Oil Cooler Kit– $689.00
Prova Hood Damper White – $329.99


$3417.10
Suspension:
Tein Street Flex Coilovers W/ Pillowball uppermounts – $1580.00
Tein EDFC Active W/ EDFC Motors – $568.10
Whiteline Front Swaybar 20mm – $209.00
Whiteline Rear Adjustable Swaybar 16mm – $219.00
Cusco Front Strut Bar W/ Master Cylinder Brace – $267.00
Cusco Adjustable Rear Lateral Links – $574.00


$1677.33
Drivetrain: 
PST Carbon fiber Driveshaft – $1148.51
Whiteline Gearbox Positive Shift Kit – $31.41
Whiteline Rear Positive Traction Kit – $40.41
Cusco Engine Mount Set – $267.00
Cusco Rear Differential Support Brace – $190.00


$3220.00
Wheels/Tires: – $2820.00
Work CR KAI Ultimates – Custom Blue
-18×9.5 +38 Rear
-18×8.5 +47 Front
Bridgestone Potenza RE-11 – $900.00
-245/40/18 Rear
-235/40/18 Front
Work RS Aluminum Lug Nuts 


$8290.00
Brakes
Front: Brembo GT 355×22 2-piece Rotor, 6-piston calipers – custom white color
Rear: Brembo GT 345×28 2-piece Rotor, 4-piston calipers – custom white color


$4279.92
Exterior:
Five Axis rear Spoiler – $305.00
Lamin-X Head Light Covers – $59.95
APR Carbon Fiber Brake Ducts – $360.00
APR Carbon Fiber Side Rocker Extensions – $780.00
APR Carbon Fiber Rear Bumper Skirts – $365.00
Carbign Craft Carbon Fiber Alternator Cover – $205.00
STi JDM Clear Corner Lights – $135.98
APR Carbon Fiber Front Air Dam – $705.00
Tom’s Taillights – $499.00 
Prova Wide-View Door Mirrors Blue – $175.99
Prova Front Fender Emblem – $399.00
Cusco Tow Hook front and rear – Powdercoated – $262.00
Perrin 4in Antenna – $28.00


$6612.98
Interior:
JPM CoachWorks Black Alcantara W/ Red Stitching Shift Boot – $60.00
JPM CoachWorks Black Alcantara W/ Red Stitching E-brake Boot – $80.00
Kartboy Short Shift Kit W/ Rear Bushing – $255.00
ATI 60mm Vent Pod – $39.99
Defi 60mm Red Racer Boost Gauge – $238.00
Prova Steering Wheel – $761.99
Cusco Bride Stradia II With Bride Bases – $3720.00
Takata Race 4 4-Point Harness Green Snap-On – $750.00
Essex Adjustable Harness Bar – $649.00
Beatrush Duracon Shift Knob Black – $59.00

 



Please send all inquiries to Rick.Conk@RallySportDirect.com


Thanks,
Rick

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