Tuner Battlegrounds 2012: David Ward

Name: David Ward

Country: USA

Vehicle: 2005 Scion Tc

Horsepower: 300WHP

Engine/Performance Info/Modifications:Tuner Battlegrounds 2012: David Ward

  • 2.4L 4 cylinder
  • Turbonetics T3/T4
  • 3" turbo back straight pipe w/apec muffler
  • 680cc injectors
  • UMS dyno tuned 300WHP 1/4 mile ET
  • 13.0 ACT racing clutch
  • TRD short shifter
  • Mitsumoto radiator
  • NGK plugs
  • MAF sensor relocated
  • GATO intake manifold
  • AEM fuel rail
  • Walbro fuel pump
  • Unichip management
  • Unichip boost controller

Wheels & Tires Info/Modifications:

  • Falken 452 tires (rear: 285/30/19) (front: 245/35/19)
  • DCR Forged 3-piece rims (powder-coated and painted) (11" wide rear) (9.5" wide front)

Suspension Info/Modifications:

  • TEIN full adjustable coilovers
  • ST sway bars
  • Custom wheel adapters/spacers
  • StopTech brakes
  • Front camber adjustment bolts
  • Rear Camber arms

Exterior Info/Modifications:

  • Custom-made wide body kit
  • All moldedTuner Battlegrounds 2012: David Ward
  • Shaved third brake light
  • Shaved antenna
  • Molded rear spoiler
  • Custom airbrush work by Dan Bong
  • Candy Teal paint
  • Custom LED tail lights
  • VIS carbon fiber hood
  • Custom headlights with housing color
  • Matched GREEN HID lights
  • ACL custom exterior blue and green lighting
  • Door handle lighting and VIP flood lighting
  • Police red/blue lights
  • Custom Grill
  • WeatherGuard window visors

Interior Info/Modifications:

  • Custom two-tone seatsTuner Battlegrounds 2012: David Ward
  • Custom fiberglass door panels with speaker pods
  • Custom two-tone door panels
  • Carbon fiber door switches and interior trim
  • Carbon fiber arm rest
  • Sparco quick release steering wheel
  • GoPro dash cam
  • Diamond Plate floor mats
  • Diamond Plate door seal plates
  • Painted and suede door panels
  • Painted center console
  • ACL gauge cluster LED swap
  • HVAC unit and power window LED’s
  • Tinted rear windows
  • Suede headliner
  • ACL interior lighting & dome VIP lights
  • Suede-covered fiberglass speaker box in the trunk
  • 110V power hook up and supply
  • Clifford alarm wth turbo timer

Audio/Multimedia Info/Modifications:

  • Eclipse Head unit AVN
  • Total of five 10.2" visor monitors
  • 20" Vizio TV in hatch
  • 10" JBL Subs in ported fiberglass box (2 of them)
  • JBL Surround sound speakers (10 of them)
  • Rear upper hatch fiber glass with TV and two JBL speakers
  • Stinger wiring
  • 3000 Watt power inverter
  • Xbox hookup

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