First time I saw these wheels on the original RB frs, I automatically fell in love. I looked at the photo for a good second and couldn’t realize why I was so mesmerized by this specific FRS. Siding from the fact of rocket bunny’s sensual & sexual curves, I narrowed it down to the wheels. While at that time, these wheels (to me) were nearly impossible for me to clutch, since they were Japan made and ordered only. They were something I could only dream of having. Now here they are, sitting in my room, patiently waiting for some sticky rubber, and a fat 6-piston brake setup to accentuate the sophisticated yet simple design of these wheels. I hope fitting them on my daily will require minimal fender work, as well as the least amount of negative camber possible. (Even though both of these factors play a major roll)
You’ve been good to me, and we’ve gone through a lot. From countless late night canyon runs, getting impounded and almost getting you crushed, to track days, and to the simple enjoyment of just driving you. I’ve learned much through you, from fabrication, bodywork, paint, metal work, engine swaps, naturally aspirated/forced induction engine setups, brakes and an overall love for the automotive industry. I can’t help to think back and how many stages you’ve been through before getting to this point. But you were also my daily driver for the most part of the build, so I was very limited to what I could do to you, due to work | life | time| financial priorities. Its time for me to start fresh, and take the knowledge and experience I’ve earned from you, and contribute it to my new build. You will always be a big part of my life, and you will always be one of my most favorited machines to drive, as I’ve put you together myself. Kudos to an exciting future.
Out here at Megan Racing’s R&D factory taking down some suspension measurements for my custom suspension. Being that BC Racing is Megan’s father company, and BC located in Florida, this was the closest I could get to getting measurements taken and putting numbers on paper and sent out to BC’s lab in Florida.