Our good friends at Fortune Auto took the gold at the Global Time Attack today and we couldn't be prouder! Driver Whit Staples took the Fortune Auto/Atlantic motorsports Evo all the way to 1st place in the unlimited AWD class. If that isn't killer enough, he also managed to set the fastest time at the event at 129.640 and what suspension was the man using? Dreadnought Pro 2-Way Adjustables of course! Whit commented on the race saying that the Dreadnoughts helped him a great deal since almost all the racer in his class were rocking more horsepower than he was.
It would be an understatement to say that since COBB released their first AccessPort, they've become exponentially more popular. Why wouldn't they? Their AP is one of the easiest and most efficient tuning devices on the market today. It's always reminded me of an aftermarket specific iPod. It even has an "iTunes" of sorts online to manage all your tunes. There's also another thing Apple products are super popular for. Accessories! Come the end of May, COBB will be releasing a soft shell case of the tuning device which will not only keep your AP nice and safe, but all store the necessary cables it comes with.
We've got a good one for you guys today. The wheel boys at SSR have just come out with their latest wheel, the GTF01. Built from over 40 years of racing experience. The new SSR GTF01 wheels are designed for strength and light weight which are necessary for use on the street and track. The same forging process is used for the Team MUGEN CR-Z wheels in the 2012 Super GT300 series.
Our friends at Fortune Auto have Recently Released their 500 Series Special Edition coilovers for the Nissan GTR. The dampers are available in Drag, Street or Race spec. FA is also using a new proprietary digressive piston technology that will be the successor to current Generation 4 shocks. To commemorate these special edition, all GTR coilover systems will come standard with Swift springs, special badging and blue locking rings.
Welcome back guys to another edition of the TGIF Video Party! This week, we've got another 5 videos for you to start the weekend off right. So strap in and let's get ready for some entertainment!
About 29 years ago, engineer and sports car racer John Moore started making brakes for Audi's Group B Quattro Rally Cars. Fast forward to 2013, Alcon now has an HQ in Tamworth, UK and has over 80 people working for them. If you're looking for some serious braking power, Alcon has always been a very serious option. For that reason, we've added the brand to our line up for the GTR, EVO X and BRZ/FR-S.
When it comes to the GTR, Nissan has developed the notorious reputation for continuously improving on the R35 platform, constantly increasing it's performance and making it faster and faster. Well it seems that Nissan has no plans on discontinuing that trend since their upcoming NISMO GTR is dubbed to be the fastest R35 ever made!
This week on Recently Released, we've got some carbon fiber goodness from one of the masters in the game, Password:JDM. They've just come out with their new Dry Carbon Fiber Canards for the BRZ. They've previously released canards for the FR-S, so these will complete the collection.
Oh happy day, it's Friday once again! Other than the weekend, stuffing yourself at dinner and staying in bed until noon, there's also one more thing you've got to do to get the weekend started and that's the TGIF Video Party! We've got another 5 awesome videos for you so let's get the show on the road.
Out of so many mods, bolting on a strut bar is one of my favorite upgrades to do. There's a noticeable difference, installation is cake and even a fantastic one won't run you enough to empty your wallet. Cusco has just released one sexy looking Strut Tower bar for the BRZ/FR-S. Other than the awesome craftsmanship, quality aluminum and great design, getting this strut bar also means you'll be rocking some carbon fiber in that engine bay. If you've got the Password:JDM carbon fiber engine upgrade kit for example, this would be a very theme fitting addition!
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