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FR-S / BRZ Turbo Kit Installation Guide now available!

Posted on 22 July 2014

We finished an installation of our FR-S / BRZ Turbo Kit in a customer car over the week, see the how-to in the link below!

Who loves boost? MAPerformance does, and so will the owner of this World Rally Blue BRZ after a few minutes behind the wheel. Our FR-S / BRZ Turbo Kit has been making a name for itself with great reliable power and a sweet sound to boot! So, while we were talking with the owner of the car, we decided we needed to do an installation guide with it. [caption id="attachment_9777" align="aligncenter" width="600"]fr-s / brz turbo kit installation guide Click the image to be taken to Part 1 of the installation guide![/caption] Installing the FR-S / BRZ Turbo kit isn't an easy task. It requires knowledge of turbochargers and how they work, a large array of tools including welders and air tools, and a few days to store the car while you complete the job. While specialized tools may not be absolutely required, they sure make the job easier. [caption id="attachment_9778" align="aligncenter" width="800"]FR-S / BRZ Turbo Kit pipe routing Click the image to purchase the MAPerformance FR-S / BRZ Turbo Kit![/caption] The purpose of this installation guide is to allow our customers an in depth look at how this kit goes together, and to clear up any confusion that may arise if you were to attempt this installation on your own accord. We know this can be a rather daunting task for the shadetree mechanic, so this guide along with our helpful sales associates are at your disposal if you need help at any point.

Click here to purchase the MAPerformance FR-S / BRZ Turbo Kit!

Do you have a favorite car that you'd like to see MAPerformance build a turbo kit for? If you have any suggestions, feel free to share them! We're always looking for new markets to break into and begin developing aftermarket parts, just like we did for the FR-S / BRZ Turbo kit.

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