Sounds good two trim levels
Top of the range for me
STi is the waiting game though
Fast and furious rear spolier
It will be a stunner
The Subaru BRZ ride height was something that I always wondered about ever since seeing the first official photo. It looks like it's more ready for off-road 4x4 action rather than circuit racing. Looking at the pic's in post 1 (studio shots) vs post 2 with real life shots, it doesn't seem like it will sit that high, but it's still too high for my liking.yeah the car need a hell of a drop, no idea why the car looks so high from the factory.. and the hideous wheel they chose for production but other than that awesome looking car and i anit complaing
An article i was reading days ago said the TRD model Toyota 86 will have adjustable suspension while the production model won't, but before the tokyo show i heard all 3 models will get a really basic adjustable suspension.If there is adjustable suspension, which is the first time I've heard of the BRZ having one, it won't be for height but rather for dampening. I don't think it will come with adjustable suspension however.
I assume you're referring to the light down low in the middle of the diffuser?Plus, we won't be getting that cool rear fog light for USDM.
About that light complying with the laws where you live, I think it really depends where you live. A lot of guys where im at have the light on their 08+ Civic's and don't seem to get into any trouble for it. I really don't see any harm in having it. Might want to ask a local cop to see what they think.I assume you're referring to the light down low in the middle of the diffuser?
One, what is the law on that?
Two, surely seems like something you could get JDM and plug right in!?
I think having one would be a must!
I look at the wheel gap and just see space for more rubber, which along with bigger brakes, seems to me to be the most immediate upgrade needs...