Yearly Archives: 2012

ANNOUNCING STILLEN’S ALL NEW SCION FR-S / SUBARU BRZ BODY KIT

STILLEN FR-S Body Kit

Continuing STILLEN’s long-standing heritage of producing OEM-quality polyurethane body kits, we’re excited to release the highly anticipated body kit components for the new Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ.

These OEM-quality body components are the result of a community-sourced design contest publicized on Facebook.

After a two month open entry period, top finalists were picked by STILLEN’s staff from over 100 design entries. The top contestants were then voted on by STILLEN Facebook fans. After a tight race between Greg Thompson and Mohammed Irfendy, Thompson took the win as people’s choice.

The parts were sculpted at STILLEN’s modeling shop in Costa Mesa, CA. Final production pieces are manufactured out of OEM-quality polyurethane in-house at the STILLEN headquarters and manufacturing center. Polyurethane has many benefits for aftermarket automotive applications, the most obvious is it will maintain an OEM-quality finish without cracking, as opposed to composites like fiberglass or carbon fiber.

STILLEN FR-S Body Kit Side

STILLEN FR-S Body Kit shown without Roof or Rear Deck Wing

Components are available separately, as well as packaged together as complete kits. The components include:

POLYURETHANE FRONT LIP SPOILER
This clean yet aggressive lip spoiler has a strong visual effect on the front of the FR-S. Installs over the OEM fascia, and has body lines to ease in painting the piece a 2-tone for additional effect, or can be painted completely body color as well. Front lip spoiler fits FR-S only.

POLYURETHANE SIDE SKIRTS (ROCKERS) WITH REAR CORNER ACCENTS
This 4-piece kit includes both passenger and driver-side side skirts, and also includes rear corners for both sides. Like the lip spoiler, there are body lines present to incorporate a 2-tone paint scheme if desired. Side skirts replace the OEM skirts, and the rear corner accents cover the OEM rear fascia.

STILLEN FR-S Roof Wing

POLYURETHANE ROOF WING
A unique element which rounds out the body kit, seeming to extend the roof line into the rear window. Installs at the top of the rear glass, designed specifically to match the contours of the vehicle.

STILLEN FR-S Rear Deck Wing

POLYURETHANE REAR DECK WING
This simple design element adds a surprisingly large amount of character to the rear trunk. Easily installed and does not require drilling.

• Polyurethane Front Lip Spoiler – Part # KB21022
• Polyurethane Side Skirts (Rockers) with Rear Corner Accents – Part # KB21025
• Polyurethane Roof Wing – Part # KB21024
• Polyurethane Rear Deck Wing – Part # KB21023
• All Scion FR-S Performance Parts

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT OUR NEW WEBSITE AT WWW.STILLEN.COM

After months of reviewing hundreds of designs and counting the hundreds of votes we have found ourselves a WINNER!!!

We can’t wait to get started on the production of this kit and we already have our FR-S in the modeling shop getting some measurements done.

Greg is a very skilled car designer and actually submitted two designs that made it into our final 5. The other one is listed below…

Ultimately, the voters spoke and the design we will be producing is here….

Greg also has a pretty amazing DeviantArt page where you can see more of his designs. http://rotr8.deviantart.com/gallery/

We can’t wait to see you in Vegas Greg! :)

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We EXCLUSIVELY use K&N Filters for all of our intake kits here at STILLEN for plenty of reasons. Proven horsepower gains, fuel efficiency gains, and most of all MAINTENANCE! Every K&N filter comes with a 1,000,000 mile warranty and is meant to be REUSED.  I know that may seem crazy but trust us on this one, K&N filters are worth every penny.

Now with that said, the question remains. When do you clean your air filter? The thing with air filters is that it’s their job to trap dirt before it reaches your engine… in other words, they are designed to get dirty. But how dirty is TOO dirty?

K&N has provided a very simple graphic to help illustrate this.

k&n air filter replacement guide

More information on how to clean your K&N filter can be found on K&N’s website
http://www.knfilters.com/cleaning.htm

Now that you know when and how to change your K&N filter, go pop that hood and check to see if you’re making the most out of your intake kit. It will be a perfect project to tackle over the weekend.

One of our sales specialists are also here to chat with you regarding your filter cleaning questions.
Feel free to give us a call at anytime.
(800) 891-1058

If you have been following our blog for awhile, you know we have been gearing up for the Dublin Nissan Hot Summer Dayz car show up in Dublin, CA for awhile now, and guess what? IT’S THIS WEEKEND!!! If you’re in the area make sure you stop by and say hello to big red.

We are getting her all cleaned up just for the event.

For more information on this event make sure you check out their website http://highoctanetuners.info/index.html

We can’t wait to see you there.

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