Groundbreaking: First-Ever 1000-HP Full Carbon Fiber Toyota GR86 Drifts Into Racing Scene

2JZ’s light weight and powerful 1,000 ponies: The perfect combination.

Kazama Auto has recently unveiled an exceptional drifting vehicle, the Toyota GR86. This remarkable car stands out not only due to its powerful Toyota 2JZ engine swap but also because of its fully carbon fiber body – a feature typically reserved for extravagant supercars like the Pagani.Furthermore, the experts at Kazama Auto have gone above and beyond by incorporating various other modifications to enhance the car’s performance. These upgrades include a new suspension system, sporty brakes, and a customized exhaust system. The result is a truly impressive machine that is sure to turn heads on and off the track.It is worth noting that such extensive modifications are not common in the drift car scene. However, Kazama Auto has taken on this challenge with determination and expertise, resulting in a one-of-a-kind masterpiece. The use of lightweight carbon fiber in the body not only adds to the car’s aesthetics but also improves its speed and agility.Some may argue that these enhancements are excessive for a drift car. However, Kazama Auto has succeeded in merging style with functionality, giving the Toyota GR86 an edge in the competitive world of drifting.In addition to its stunning appearance, the GR86 drift car delivers an exhilarating driving experience. With its upgraded engine, it produces superior power and

Naturally, it would be extravagant to utilize such pricey components on a typical body, thus the GR86 has been broadened and provided with a sturdier track for enhanced stability. Additionally, the car boasts aftermarket wheels, headlights, and Valenti taillights, as is the norm for Toyota drift vehicles. The addition of a chassis-mounted spoiler and a revamped rear windshield with ventilation holes for the radiator adds to its bold appearance.

The INSANE FULL CARBON 2JZ GR86! Ft. Larry Chen, Kazama Auto

As stated by the proprietor, producing the frame of the Japanese athletic vehicle has a price tag of approximately ¥2 million, equal to $13,800 in present exchange rates. With significant cuts in weight, the GR86’s total mass has been reduced to a mere 2,645 pounds.

The vehicle has been fully prepared for racing, featuring a fuel cell and a roll cage encased in its frame. The interior has been stripped down and replaced with exposed carbon fiber or metal, including a personalized dashboard. The Bride seats ensure stability for passengers as they experience side-to-side movement. Additionally, a special exhaust and a highly adaptable suspension system are also incorporated, which is evident in the increased negative camber on the front wheels.

Although it may not be as flashy as the Liberty Walk GR86 with its widebody design, this build focuses on functionality rather than aesthetics. However, the car is not quite finished yet as the rear wing needs some tweaking. Currently, it measures 2 meters (6.5 feet) in width, which exceeds the allowed limit of 1.8 meters (5.9 feet). Under Japanese regulations, the wing must not extend beyond the width of the car’s body.

The GR86 drift car is equipped with a formidable 2JZ engine that has been augmented with a stroker kit, bumping up its displacement to a whopping 3.6 liters. In addition, it has been fitted with a GCG GT40 single turbo setup and a nitrous system. This powerful combination allows the motor to produce a staggering 1,000 horsepower, a feat which it handles effortlessly – a sharp contrast to the easily susceptible stock 2.4-liter boxer engine and its frequent malfunctions.

Ken Gushi is set to take the wheel at several events this year, and we eagerly anticipate witnessing its impressive performance.

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