Toyota 86 performance mod

When it comes to lifestyle, it is not a surprise that almost, if not all, everyone wants a car. Whether you can drive and have a driver’s license, or even if you do not know how to maneuver. Almost everyone wants a car. And of course, everyone, whether admittingly or not, wants the very best.

There are a number of car brands and maybe already a thousand models out there. But what is the best car? Of course, it all depends on you which you prefer based on your standards and what is on the checklist.

But if you think of one of the best cars out there, it would be the Toyota 86? Not convinced? Then let us have a look at the Toyota 86 performance mod.

The Toyota 86 is compatible with the HPF Stage 4 | 225 kW.

Its power when it is in standard is 152 kW 204 hp and in dyno chiptuning would be 225kW 302 hp. This makes a difference of +73 kW  98 hp.

Meanwhile, its torque when in standard is 212 Nm  156 ft-lb and in dyno chiptuning 320 Nm 236 ft-lb. This makes a difference of +108 Nm 80 ft-lb.

Toyota 86 performance mod

This model has been upgraded by trained technicians fitting a Harrop FDFI1320 positive displacement Intercooled supercharger kit which allows the increase of the overall engines breathing capabilities. When fitted with the standard 95mm drive pulley, the FDFI1320 can deliver a 4.5 psi at 2000rpm for an increase of 53% in torque and then ramps up to a maximum 8.7 psi            at 7400rpm for a massive increase of 50% in the top end of power.

The upgrade process is complete when the vehicle is tested on the road to see for any final adjustments, allowing an optimization of the vehicles’ performance and driveability. As soon as the upgrade is finished, a dyno graph will be prepared which compares the before and after power and torque increase the HPF upgrade has made to the vehicle.

It was designed and manufactured by Harrop to OE standards, which utilizes the latest generation from Eaton TVS supercharged technology, the TVS1320 supercharged system which is exclusively designed for the FA20 engine. The design of the front-drive/front inlet allows for a shorter less restrictive intake path which allows a way for the improvement of airflow and superior performance. The design that has been integrated utilizes two high-density water to air intercoolers providing optimal air distribution over the intercooler face.

Convinced now? But either way, it still really is up to you what you want to buy. This is just an overview of a prospect you might want to consider. But remember these specs, they could be useful in whatever brand and model you want to get.