Another 86Fest has come and gone. While it seems like one day isn’t enough to get your fill of FA-20s or 4A-GEs, you’d be surprised about how much can be packed into 12 hours. Here’s a recap of the event from OUR eyes. Above we began setting up at 7am, with our two show cars arriving right on time.
Alex is also lowered on Black-i Seres RS-R coilovers. These give him a great fitment matched with the F14s.
On the other end of the modding spectrum is JJ’s Rocket Bunny FR-S. This car (unfortunately) has not been featured on our blog yet, but we will be contacting JJ for a feature soon! If you can spot it, JJ has swapped out his RB wing for a fully function Voltex wing.
As sweet as both of our show cars are, we weren’t the only booth to have cars! Turn 14 Distribution was the main sponsor of the event, and showed up in style with Dai Yoshihara’s Formula Drift BRZ. That Falken Tire livery will never get old!
BC Racing was at the show, showing off what their suspension setups are capable of.
Next up was Cusco. Cusco is known for their JDM racing heritage, and the ZN6/ZC6 platform is perfect for them.
Not all companies there were as well known in the 86 scene, but they do deserve recognition. Works is an established company that first specialized in Evos but is now entering the FR-S/BRZ market. Be sure to check them out!
If you own an FR-S/BRZ, be sure to check out RS-R and their engine oil optimizer “Ran-Up”. It enhances engine efficiency with a specially formulated mixture incorporating nano ceramics. No, we’re not kidding.
Overall 86Fest was a great chance to talk to the 86 community and see what they are really looking for out of the modification industry. We had a great time, and we can’t wait until next year! Big thanks to Alex and JJ for coming out and supporting the community. We hope to see you out there next time!