Tunehouse has released the first details about their upcoming tuning program for the Subaru BRZ. It could have more than 335 PS (246 kW / 330 hp).
Tunehouse has released the first details about their upcoming tuning program for the Subaru BRZ.
Specifications are still being finalized, but company founder Jim Ghelis envisions the model will use a 2.6-liter Cosworth crate engine with a billet crankshaft, an HKS turbocharger and a front-mounted intercooler. The car would also be equipped with a billet flywheel and an EcuTek ECU. Thanks to these modifications, the BRZ would likely have an output in excess of 335 PS (246 kW / 330 hp) - an increase of 135 PS (99 kW / 133 hp).
Besides being more powerful, the car would be outfitted with an adjustable KW coil-over suspension, Whiteline anti-roll bars and a limited-slip differential. Other goodies are slated to include a Cosworth braking system and 18-inch Advan wheels with Federal RSR tires.