I'm aGo and my cager ride is a 2016 Scion FR-S. I bought this car a year ago in June of 2016. I decided on this specific one because the Toyota 86 did not have the cheesy 86 boxer badge on the side fenders and I don't like the front grill. Also, that is the reason why I have the FR-S instead of the BRZ. I have had 2 Mazda RX-8's, a MazdaSpeed3, 2 2011 Mustang GT 5.0, a 2002 Mustang GT, a 1991 Honda CRX Si, a 1994 Honda Prelude Si, a 1998 Acura Integra GSR (for a week before it was broken into), a 1993 Ford Aerostar, a 1998 Ford Ranger, a 1996 Ford Exploder 5.0 AWD, a 1998 Ford Exploder Sport, a 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser with a 6-speed manual (very important detail), and I still have a 2016 Toyota Prius.
My favorite car(s) out of that list is/was the Mazda RX-8's. I loved how they handled and revved forever. They have been replaced by the FR-S. I have lived with it completely stock for a year. I am starting to get that itch however. I am telling myself that I want a beefier sounding exhaust, but it is the first step down the rabbit hole. I keep telling myself that it isn't really a speed thing, after all, that is why I have my 2013 Ninja ZX6R 636. But every time I get some alone time, I find myself browsing the parts web pages. Looking at exhausts, thinking, you know a nice suspension would go great with this car. Or sometimes I tell myself that "I have always wanted to install boost on my own car."
I have installed a bigger turbo and new exhaust on a Mazdaspeed3 myself, and it was fun, but you know, making an N/A car boosted, that is an accomplishment. But I digress, as of now, I am in a stock, daily-driven Scion FR-S with a 6-speed manual. I love this car, and if I do leave it stock (7 year warranty bruh), it is still my most favorite car that I have ever owned. I will keep everyone updated on my decisions in the near future. Until then, hello everybody and I can't wait to read everyone else's posts.
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