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Over the weekend, a celebration of all things 86 descended upon Auto Club Speedway Fontana for 86Fest. All manner of Scion FR-S, Subaru BRZ, and Toyota 86 were represented, and several were showing off thier Vortech Supercharged status at the event.

  

@slick_esq's Pandem widebody FR-S was grabbing tons of attention on display in the Vortech Superchargers booth. It is no wonder though, with all of the work done and attention to detail, along with the custom painted Vortech V-3 H67B Supercharging System...you can't help but stop and spend some time checking it out.

 

@phuong_86's BRZ has gone through many changes over the years, all of which have been at the cutting edge of current 86 styling. Currently running the Pandem widebody, Phuong's BRZ and it's race inspired color scheme and livery were looking most excellent.

 If you wanted to talk about how "Not All Boost Is Created Equal" at the event, this was the spot. Vortech's own Brian Ellis and Jose Flores were on the scene talking about 86's and dropping some knowledge on efficient boost and Vortech Superchargers.

 

@jakes.86 and his wife brought out their newly Vortech Supercharged FR-S to the event. Looking great Jake and Tiffany! Keep up the good work!

 

At first glance, you may see @sn_jdr's car and think to yourself "That is a pretty heavily modified 2017 Toyota 86". Unfortunately, you'd only be HALF right - although Justin's car is done up pretty well with its AIMGAIN widebody kit and Vortech V-3 H67B Supercharger System, the car is actually a previous model Subaru BRZ. There's no identity crisis here, this car is well done from front to back.

 

Jonathon came all the way out to 86Fest from El Paso, TX, and we definitely appreciate that he did! We are told his Vortech V-3 H67B Supercharged FR-S is sporting only the second(!) Vlene body kit in the country right now...and we have to say the kit has some good lines to it, to go along with his Vortech boost and the sweet music coming from his Vortech Maxflow Race BOV. Thanks for making the trip, Jonathon!

 

@ihatewes's V2 Rocket Bunny FR-S was looking sick as usual in the DSport booth with it's Vortech charge cooler looking out from behind the front bumper, showing everybody what's up.

 

Wait...that isn't an 86. What's going on here? @macjames350Z had his Vortech V-3 Supercharged Nissan 350Z on display at the event, and it looked so good, no one even thought twice. There were actually quite a few other various cars at the event on display, including Evo's, STi's, Mustangs, a couple of exotics, and even a brand new Civic Type R.

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