With the installation of a Greddy Turbo Kit on a 2013 Scion FR-S along with supporting mods and dyno tune, we were impressed to achieve 315WHP DynoDynamics, more than double the factory FR-S BRZ wheel-horsepower! The FRS was modified with high performance parts including a Greddy Turbo Kit, Tial blow off valve, Dynosty fuel upgrades (550cc injectors and pump), over pipe, front pipe, and Dynosty tune using EcuTek. The FR-S gas tank was drained of pump gas and filled with E85. Greddy uses a Mitsubishi turbocharger, which is perfectly matched to the FR-S BRZ FA20 engine for rapid spool and practically no lag. This combination helps the lack of power normally found at lower RPM, and is a great street-car turbo kit. See the Greddy FRS Turbo Kit low boost verse high boost comparison below. The Greddy kit utilizes an internal wastegate, so more boost would require modifications to the internal wastegate or upgrading to an external wastegate. This Scion FR-S Turbo Kit fits great, and installs on Subaru BRZ as well.
Scion FR-S Greddy Turbo Kit Low Boost vs High Boost
Scion FR-S Greddy Turbo Kit Engine Bay Picture
Scion FR-S Greddy Turbo Kit Header Picture
Just released, the GReddy Tuner Turbo Kit for Scion FR-S, Subaru BRZ and Toyota 86 is now available! This tuner turbo kit gained 93 wheel horsepower at 7psi during Greddy’s dyno testing. Call us to order today, or buy online at FRSMOD.com
This Nissan 350Z came to us from Nashville TN for a dyno tune after installing a Boosted Performance turbo kit, and left with over 400 horsepower at the wheels. A Precision Turbo billet CEA 6266 turbo was chosen with .81ar exhaust housing, and was installed on the factory headers with a 3″ exhaust system. After installing the kit, the team at Dynosty was contacted to supply a base Haltech ECU calibration in order to drive the vehicle to Louisville for a complete dyno tune. Upon arrival, Hal quickly dialed in the drivability and began working on power tuning. 300+whp was achieved and some minor changes were needed to get the boost controller working. After the adjustments we were able to post up consistent 400+whp numbers, ending at 417WHP max at 9-10psi. This is great power for the stock VQ35DE Nissan 350Z engine with Boosted Performance turbo kit on stock headers. Generally we recommend aftermarket headers due to the stock headers restrictive nature for 400+ territory.