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Old 08-22-2014, 09:00 PM
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This looks surprisingly good. I would never have thought of that combo
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Old 09-22-2014, 02:49 AM
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LS2 powered FRS

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See where you're coming from but that car tickles a funny bone of mine. So does this. Couldn't see myself driving one on the street though.
At the risk of starting a debate, the street is pretty much where Rocket Bunny cars belong. They're not really designed with speed in mind. They add massive amounts of drag without any appreciable downforce, the wheel/tire fitments destroy suspension geometry and add additional drag/rolling resistance, etc.

If it's an over-the-top track car you're after, the Evasive FR-S (and the SuperGT GT300 BRZ someone posted above) is more what that looks like:

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http://www.speedhunters.com/2012/10/evasive-frs/

Minimal exposure of the tires to passing airflow, a functional rear wing rather than what basically amounts to an air brake on the Rocket Bunny v2, a proper rear diffuser complimenting the airflow of the rear wing, and somewhat sane wheel/tire fitment for improved grip and sane suspension geometry.
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FRS with a BOSS 302 Coyote swap by Papadakis Racing

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apparently this is a Aimgain widebody for the AE86 based cars?

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and speaking of WIDE

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Btw, Love it, do you have a high rez of that 7? WRX Coilovers
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I want to wide body one of these bad
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