Guerilla Racing brings their expertise of the Scion FR-S / Subaru BRZ with pre-made performance packages designed for new car enthusiasts looking to have a bit more fun in their car. The packages consist of hand-picked aftermarket performance parts.
November 16, 2012 (Newswire.com) - With the recent release of the Scion FR-S / Subaru BRZ to the market, there are many new owners of the vehicle looking to make some solid modifications to spice up either the power or the handling, or sometimes both. Most of these owners don't know where to go or what to do about this, but that's where Guerilla Racing comes in.
Guerilla Racing specializes in import performance cars, so they know a thing or two about the lightweight rear wheel drive sports coupe that just came from Japan. The company mostly deals with bolt on aftermarket performance accessories such as air intake, exhaust, suspension and exterior parts for other sport performance cars such as the Nissan 240SX, Subaru WRX, and Mazda RX-8.
The Scion FR-S / Subaru BRZ is a very well balanced car as it is from the factory, but most owners of it want to take the 4 cylinder boxer engine a tad bit further. It only has 200 horsepower, but at its weight of only 2700 pounds with a solid chassis, the car wins in the "fun" category for overall excitement and driving pleasure. Sure, it is not a drag racer for Saturday night runs, but that's not what the car is about at all. Being connected to the car and enjoying every drive is what the engineers at Toyota and Subaru set out to do, and they definitely hit their goal with their newest version of the classic 86 Hachiroku (mid Eighties Corolla).
So far, Guerilla Racing only has a couple of performance packages put together that cover the basics of engine performance and suspension/handling. You can be sure that this company will be coming out with higher end packages in the future once the aftermarket manufacturers come out with more parts - but they are off to a great start to keep the smile on the FR-S / BRZ drivers face grow even wider. Check out all of their performance packages and full catalog of aftermarket performance parts at http://www.guerillaracing.com