Our section dedicated to tuning and preparations of all kinds is regularly animated by creations, each more exuberant than the next. But the one we are presenting to you today undoubtedly exceeds anything we have seen in recent years: here is a Subaru BRZ modified by its Hawaiian owner.
As you will see in the video below, even if this BRZ attracts all eyes, it is clear that it is certainly not the easiest car to drive.
Comfort is not his forte
The first thing that catches the eye is its incredible negative camber with an angle of -50° for the front wheels and -63° for the rear wheels. In practice, only part of the tread is actually in contact with the asphalt, which inevitably makes certain maneuvers impossible.
During the video made by the channel “Ridicoulous Rides”, Aquilla, the owner, reveals that he can turn the steering wheel up to 180° and that it is practically impossible to turn around. The set is extremely rigid and the ground clearance of 2.5 centimeters complicates a lot of things.
Unlike other preparations of this type, this amazing Subaru BRZ does not have a height-adjustable suspension. As a result, the passage of certain speed bumps can be somewhat complicated. In terms of performance, it is also quite calamitous, since the maximum speed does not exceed 105 km/h.
All of the modifications required more than 1,000 hours of work. The owner said he developed three styles of Japanese tuning: Onikyan (for camber angle), Bosozoku (for exhausts) and Shakotan (for ground clearance).
Aquilla only drives his car on weekends or for a few special events, and he still plans to work more on the bodywork and some settings. That promises.