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FR-S Stout Racing - SEMA 2012 Preview

This is the first time the car has been viewed in public!

Oct 26, 2012
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Pirelli World Challenge FR-S GTS
Vehicle: 2013 Scion FR-S
Built by: Robert Stout Racing, Vertex

This car was built for racing, now it’s time to create some history! KSR was excited to receive the opportunity to compete against the best racecar drivers in the world and to do it with the new Scion FR-S just made it sweeter! With National Championship Driver Robert Stout set to get behind the wheel, the KSR Scion FR-S has been built to the Pirelli World Challenge spec rules for the GTS class. It has also been built with safety at the forefront with additional protection built into the roll cage. Comfort is also very important to the driver and without it a slower pace always follows. Form, function, safety, comfort and speed are integral aspects of a successful race program and are essential to compete at a world-class level against other manufacturer-supported teams. The FR-S GTS was picked up from the dealer on August 10th in Indiana. It was driven to North Carolina, and completely stripped down to a bare tub that weighed 537 lbs. Race prep began and the platform is still a work in progress with a lot of changes and updates to come before the first World Challenge event in March 2013 on the Streets of St. Petersburg. This is the first time the car has been viewed in public!

2015 Scion FR-S
$24,900 Base Model (MSRP) 22/30 MPG Fuel Economy

• Vertex designed front carbon fiber splitter
• Vertex designed pinned removable doors
• Vertex designed rear wing uprights
• Vertex custom tow hooks front and rear
• APR carbon fiber rear wing
• PCI Racing radio antenna
• Aerocatch hood and hatch releases
• Fatheadz designed graphics
• TK Design graphics and vehicle wrap
• Cover Craft custom car cover

• Vertex designed full spec roll cage
• Impact Race Products 5-point safety harness
• Vertex designed rear fire wall
• Racetech 4119 full containment competition racing seat
• OMP flat bottom competition steering wheel
• Quick release steering system
• TWM performance shift knob
• Vertex designed quick disconnect dash
• Motec M150 engine management system
• Motec sport display and data acquisition system
• Electron Speed custom electronics and wiring harness
• PCI Racing radios Kenwood base unit
• Custom carbon fiber sponsor panel
• Crawford composite carbon fiber rearview mirror
• Vertex designed custom control panel
• AFFF 4 nozzel electrical fire extinguisher system
• HRP right and Genesis left window nets
• Vertex custom coleman adjustable steering column
• Vertex refinished interior color - grey

• FA-20 2-liter boxer engine
• TRD supercharger kit
• C&R radiator
• Spal radiator fans
• TRD fresh air kit
• JE Piston asymmetrical forged
• Vertex custom exhaust
• Coast Fabrication mufflers
• Optima battery
• Lucas Oil Products 100% synthetic racing motor oil
• Refinished engine bay – grey
• E3 spark plugs

• JRX Supsension 1231 triple adjustable motorsport damper
• Vertex custom adjustable rear upper and lower control arms
• Vertex strengthened lower front control arms
• Vertex adjustable speedway blade style front sway bar
• Vertex adjustable speedway blade style rear sway bar
• Cusco rear LSD
• Cusco high volume differential housing cover
• Eibach springs

• Rays Engineering TE37 SL Black Edition wheels (18x9 +40)
• Pirelli P-Zero racing slick (275/645-18)

• TRD 4-piston brakes
• TRD 355mm rotors
• Teves ABS system


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