The 450 HP Crawford Performance Turbo BRZ - /TUNED

We love the FRS and BRZ twins; they offer an approachable limit of performance and phenomenal dynamics in an affordable package. And we learned earlier this season that a bolt-on turbo kit will add to the FRS's performance without taking away from it's character. But what happens when you double the BRZ's horsepower and triple it's torque? We find out.

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What They Don't Want You To Know... BRZ/FRS HIDDEN FEATURES !
all the hidden features of the BRZ FRS that i know about, comment some you know of down below ! SUBSCRIBE for more ! Follow Me Here ! https://www.instagram.com/robbieferreiraa/ & My Car Here https://www.instagram.com/rferreira_brz/ fresh start - joakim karud





Crawford Performance Turbo BRZ: Balance Meets Power! - Ignition Episode 71
On this episode of Ignition, Carlos Lago heads to the track with the most extreme Subaru BRZ ever conceived. Tuned by Crawford performance, this ultimate BRZ packs nearly 500 hp and 550 lb/ft of torque. With the stock BRZ being so well balanced and capable, has Crawford gone too far? Ignition appears every Monday on the Motor Trend youtube channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend Google+ - https://plus.google.com/1018679678590... Website - http://www.motortrend.com





Stock FRS vs Supercharged BRZ
The GT86 platform is everywhere these days, but we still remember when it was brand new, and the excitement it brought to the tuner scene. In this entry of Gears and Gasoline, we compare a stock example of the dearly departed Scion FRS with a supercharged version of its sister car, the Subaru BRZ. One is a devoted show car with power and looks aplenty, the other a humble little sports car with a heart of gold, and they both make a strong case for the GT86 platform. Special thanks to Dan and Shane for providing their cars for us to film. Both were a total blast to drive, and this video wouldn’t have happened without you guys. Also a huge shoutout to our buddy Terrill, who spent his whole day helping us shoot. You're the man, dude. Editor’s Note: All the passing shots were filmed on a sparsely populated backroad with good sight-lines and at low speeds. We don’t condone unsafe driving. Be safe. Also, we erroneously referred to the engine in the FRS as the FA20. It is the FA20, but when it's in a Toyota car, it's the 4U-GSE. Music: Too Soon? by M!ngo https://soundcloud.com/jmingo/m-ngo-too-soon https://soundcloud.com/jmingo Persian by Goldy https://soundcloud.com/goldy47 https://soundcloud.com/goldy47/persian Timezones by Niteboi https://soundcloud.com/niteboi6/timezones https://soundcloud.com/niteboi6 Stay! by M!ngo https://soundcloud.com/jmingo/mngo-stay-v https://soundcloud.com/jmingo





Mak's Boosted Rocket Bunny BRZ [2.0] | 4K
Decided to produce another feature on Mak's BRZ with his new wheels before he sold the car. Mak's car was rather sentimental as it was the first feature video I put together on a car so it was awesome to put something together again in the end before he parted ways with it. A fair amount of work was put into this and it wouldn't have been able to happen without the help of Harry Irvine and George Vissariou who were my drivers for the rolling shots. Filmed & Edited by Ben Hartnett Follow me on Instagram: @hartnettmedia Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/benhartnettvisuals/?fref=ts Music in Order: (Please support the Artists) Abang Kay - Distance (https://soundcloud.com/abangkay/distance) Bandcamp: https://abangkay.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Abangkay-761856273851144/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AbangKayMusic Johnny Gee - LAME (Prod. Yung Trel) - https://soundcloud.com/johnny_gee/johnny-gee-lame-prod-yung-trel Traktrain: http://traktrain.com/johnnygeebeats Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnnygeebeats/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/johnnygeebeats




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