Throwback Thursday: Rotiform x Air Lift x Scion FR-S

We’re only a few months away from SEMA 2013, so for our first ever Throwback Thursday we’ve decided to take a look at one of the freshest cars from 2012 – Rotiform’s bagged Scion FR-S!

By: Air Lift Performance Published: August 15, 2013 Comments: View

We’re only a few months away from SEMA 2013, so for our first ever Throwback Thursday we’ve decided to take a look at one of the freshest cars from 2012 – Rotiform’s bagged Scion FR-S!

tbt Rotiform Air Lift Performance Scion FR-S

There’s no denying the FR-S/GT86/BRZ platform is one of the hottest Japanese cars to modify right now, and back at SEMA 2012 it was THE car to develop and display. Wheel specialists Rotiform are no strangers to creating show-stopping demo vehicles, so when it came to building a full suspension system for the FR-S there was only one option, Air Lift Performance.

tbt Rotiform Air Lift Performance Scion FR-S

Looking back at the Rotiform FR-S it still looks totally fresh even a year later! Those 18×9.5in and 18×10.5in TMB splits sit perfectly within the stock FR-S arches thanks to the Air Lift Performance threaded body monotube struts and adjustable camber plates offering a 4.25in drop (front) and 4.8in drop (rear). Making the most of our racetrack-tuned air suspension, Rotiform then fitted AP Brakes and a Vortech supercharger to the 2.0-litre engine boosting power upto 300bhp! All show, all go…

tbt Rotiform Air Lift Performance Scion FR-S

For the exterior Jason, Brian and the Rotiform crew opted for a full colour change courtesy of 3M Wraps, allowing them to save time ahead of the SEMA debut and, more importantly, deliver a faultless matte metallic blue finish on the bodywork. Inside the FR-S runs our V2 Management allowing independent and pre-set adjustability of the air struts, while a set of Prodrive STI Recaros and Momo steering wheel give a cheeky nod to its Subaru cousin!

For more information on air suspension options for the Scion FR-S (Toyota GT86/Subaru BRZ), check out the Vehicle Page

Thanks to Stanceworks.com for the photos, head over to their awesome site by clicking HERE for the full feature.