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Surprising our SUBSCRIBER with his DREAM CAR BUILD! (Full Transformation): 2014 Subaru BRZ

  Alex was recently announced as the winner for throtl Dream Build #2! As the winner of #throtldreambuild2, Alex got his car shipped out to San Diego California to be fully modified by the throtl team. When Alex's car arrived, it was a mostly-stock 2014 Subaru BRZ. As soon as the car arrived at the throtl headquarters, the team immediately got to work on some modifications. Alex's car got the works with some new interior, exterior, and performance-based modifications. Interior Modifications For the interior of the BRZ, we installed a custom black suede headliner, throtl shift knob, and a new audio system from OEM Audio+. The OEM Audio+ system sounds significantly better than the factory audio system. This made it way more enjoyable to listen to music in the BRZ. The Opelite Optics headliner had a space theme with led shooting stars that lit up the roof of the BRZ, adding a nice bit of style to the interior. The new throtl shift knob was the cherry on top for interior modificati

BIG Wing or SMALL Wing? The Answer Is OBVIOUS.

Ah, the great debate! To add a big wing or a small wing to the rear of your car.

Of course, we have an opinion. And it should be noted that from an aerodynamics standpoint this topic can get very technical and deep. We won't bore you with all that scientific mumbo jumbo. For us, the idea of a wing is 80% looks and 20% effectiveness.

Whether you are a GT Style Wing fan or "Duck Tail" style fan both can have a positive effect on the overall look and performance of your car.

Obviously, most track cars or cars styled as track cars typically utilize a composite element GT Wing like the one pictured below for their ability to create larger amounts of downforce on the rear of the car.

The popular Duck Tail Style or "Rocket Bunny" Style wings are very fitting for street prepared cars (pictured below). They are typically pretty low slung and nicely stylized to flow with the lines of the vehicle. We are BIG fans of these types of wings as we feel they add to the over all aesthetics of the car.

So, depending on your personal vehicle style either of these wings could suit your needs and desires to build an eye catching project car. Whichever you choose, make sure to measure twice and drill once. No one likes a leaky trunk. ;-)

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