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2012 Scion tC - Optimize that OEM

Aug 1, 2012
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With the introduction of the Optomize Scion program in 2006, Scion owners have been given the extra helping hand in sourcing out upgrades for their car direct from the factory. Since then, Scion has released a multitude of products available for their entire lineup, including everything from aero kits to complete audio system upgrades. Available for the latest generation tC is the Pioneer OEM Audio Plus Reference 400CF system. For $1,399 plus installation, this includes an eight-speaker system overhaul to transform the entire spectrum of lows, mids, and highs with an 8-inch enclosed subwoofer in the trunk. Tuned specifically for the Scion tC, this upgraded setup fulfills its wide range of jobs from impressing the parentals with some smooth jazz to when you and your friends are getting pumped for a night you'll never forget.

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This model year, Five Axis Design has partnered up with Scion to release their '12 Scion tC Five:AD Aero Kit. In case you need a reminder of the capabilities of Five Axis, check out their FR-S Concept creation. This kit is a four-piece design and constructed of OEM-grade urethane. As OEM quality goes, every piece uses only OEM mounting points, so you'll never see the damage that happens with aftermarket kits. It's available for $1,195 (unpainted) or $1,890 (painted), plus installation.

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For more info, visit www.optomizescion.com.

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