If you want to turn a Toyota 86 into a time machine, you can put a turbo on a four-cylinder 2.0 liter engine or just install a LS cage engine
With however, the Australian owner of this 86 decided against the two options and automatically coupled the Japanese sports car with the V10 V10 5.0 liter V10 found in the older M5 and M6 models
Created by Zoom Garage, this 86 competing (19659002) Instead of using SMG transmission traditionally coupled with the V60 model of the E60 M5, the Zoom Garage has opted for the six-speed manual of the E92 M3. Interestingly, the V10 was easily introduced into the engine ramp, only the gearbox caused some headaches, forcing the tuner to customize the transmission tunnel to make everything right.
Surprisingly, the V10 is not much harder than the standard four-car standard. Normally weigh about 35 kg (77 lbs) more. However, by changing the engine and installing a light air inlet, Zoom has significantly reduced its weight, making sure it is now only 10 kg (22 lbs) heavier than the four. The S85 was also modified with a dry adjustment device along with the fuel pump and the injector upgrades to allow E85 fuel