Scion FRS with a 1,000 HP RB26 and Skyline AWD Drivetrain

AWD Toyota FRS with a RB26

This Scion FRS was built by Prime Motoring in Wallington, New Jersey. The project started in 2014 with the intention to run a powerful 2JZ for roll racing. But they soon changed their minds and decided to use a 2.6 L RB26 inline-six built to produce 900-1,000+ horsepower. Helping it achieve those numbers are a Garrett GT4294R upgraded by Forced Performance and a Haltech Platinum Pro ECU. If that didn’t make it unique enough the team also installed a ATTESA E-TS Pro AWD system from a Nissan R33 Skyline. The AWD system required a lot of custom work such as a modified subframe, custom aluminum driveshaft, custom rear differential adapter, and floor/transmission tunnel modification. You can bet we will be seeing a lot more of this project soon.

AWD Toyota FRS with a RB26

AWD Toyota FRS with a RB26

AWD Toyota FRS with a RB26

AWD Toyota FRS with a RB26

Source: @PrimeMotoring and FT86Club (build thread)

2 Comments

  1. MOPARfan

    Considering that it’ll probably gonna be a lot lighter than Skyline with 900-1000 hp it should be a beast. Also in the last picture in the backround WRX STI hatch looks bad ass with those drag slicks, I wonder how much power that thing has.

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