Subaru Brute

My Scion FRS was rear ended on the freeway. Insurance totaled it and I purchased the car back from insurance. My plan is to build the vehicle to be my first purpose built race car. First thing the car needs is new quarter panels which  2F Preformance makes the perfect solution.  Ive already purchased an oem trunk and tail lights. Once all is installed the car will look more like a car again. However some new front fenders will need to be installed in the front to match the width of the of the new wider quarter panels. As well as some 55mm wheel spacers to get the Rays 57s getters flush with its new widebody. I can't  wait to see how the car will look, but its going to be far from race car worthy. It will be a drift car and firstly for race parts I want to install a Wisefab angle kit, because I really want to throw big angle on the track. The FRS is a notorious for being low powered, but with the weight reduction and as it already has an intake OFT stage 2 tune and full exhaust, the car will hopefully be able to hold the angle. To help it out a hydraulic hand brake will definitely need to let the stock handbrake take a retirement. Along with the hand brake some dual caliper rear brackets and of course a caliper for each wheel. With that the rear wheels will lock without any hesitation. During all that sliding things get pretty hectic for the driver and car. Fluids particularly gas and oil slosh this requires a solution to mitigate the effect. As so a purpose built oil pan will need to be installed to ensure the cars engine is properly lubricated at high revs and lateral forces. As well as a fuel cell to safely hold gas and keep it from sloshing to the side and the engine from fuel cutting during drifts.
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