Link for purchase: http://www.obnoxiousperformance.com/category_s/80.htm.
This is an installation for the 2011 Scion tC however the same process can be followed for almost all cars. This is just to show procedures and I am in no way liable for someone damaging there car, selves or others for your incompetency. This should be performed by an experienced person and I take no responsibility for someone taking on something they are not capable of handling
2005 Scion TC with mods: This car sounds FANTASTIC!
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Custom headers, custom intake and Exhaust, strut tower brace, aero extras and
more. This is a true sleeper that doesn't bring the wrong kind of
attention but drives like a real sports car should. Panorama moonroof,
stickshift, nice outside, really nice inside. Any TC is a good deal, a bad
deal on a TC is a good deal, but this particular TC really stands out from
Questions? Call Joe Tunney at 425.894.8230 or drop me an email at
Five Axis Edition 2011-12 Scion tC - Dealer Install
The Five Axis Edition 2011 Scion tC brings out the best of the 2nd
generation tC. If you're a dealer, it is easy to build one for your
customers. If you're a consumer, it is easy to purchase.
This video details the simple steps to transform a 2011 Scion tC into a
Five Axis Edition Scion tC. Enjoy, and for more information visit
RoadTrip - 2011 Scion tC Sports Coupe
The Auto Channel presents an exclusive in-depth look at the new 2011 Scion
tC Sports Coupe. Mark Fulmer interviews Scion's Vice President and then
Toyota's Sr. Field Product.
Learn more about the new Scion tc at TheAutoChannel.com.
Scion tC broken rear hatch handle panel repair tutorial
**UPDATE** Please be sure to read the comments section. As of late May,
early June 2013, Toyota is FINALLY taking care of this widespread problem
with extended warranty coverage. You should receive notification in the
mail. If you haven't, contact your local dealer IMMEDIATELY if you have an
older tC to schedule your repair BEFORE MARCH, 2014. I can't tell you how
many tC's I have seen on the road with the hatch handle cover held on my
tape or hanging loose. I'd like to think that this post, in part, helped
provide the pressure that Toyota needed to finally DO THE RIGHT THING for
the owners of these cars. Cheers.
Scion tC's are great little cars. Lots of fun to drive and very popular.
Unfortunately, they seem to suffer from a common defect. With enough use,
the rear hatch release panel will break off due to the flimsy plastic
anchor points beneath the panel that get brittle with age and weakened with
use. I've seen several tC's around my own town that have had the panels
broken. New, color matched replacement panels are available online as of
this posting for $108 plus shipping, but of course, you need to be able to
disassemble the handle switch, logo, etc. and re-install on the new panel,
which is not only throwing money down the tubes, but time consuming and a
I created this vid as a DIY tutorial if you want to repair it yourself for
around $5 and about a half hour to hour of your time. A little more care
with future use as described in the vid and the repair should hold
One thing I failed to mention in the vid is to be sure that the release
switch wire that goes to the handle grip is tucked out of the way before
refastening the panel. You don't want to pinch these wires for obvious
Update: In order for the simple repair shown in the video to work, you need
to retrain yourself on how to open the rear hatch. If you have a spoiler,
simply squeeze the handle release with one hand and use the other up under
the spoiler to lift the rear hatch. Otherwise, reach underneath the hatch
and lift the panel via the lower lip of the panel (as shown in the vid).
If you don't open the hatch this way as a habit after the repair, you will
probably want to reinforce the repair as shown in this vid with some
plastic wire ties, to firmly hold the repaired release panel snug against
the hatch panel. It's just extra insurance that your panel will STAY
fixed. Good luck!
Five Axis Edition 2011 Scion tC
With features inspired by the Five Axis "Bloodshot tC" widebody show car,
Five Axis now offers the Five Axis Edition 2011 Scion tC. The Five Axis
Edition tC features components from FIVE:AD, the exclusive product line
from Five Axis including:
- FIVE:AD 4-piece aero kit
- FIVE:AD R5:F wheels
- Lowering springs
- Five Axis Edition Badging
For more information visit www.fivead.net
BEST of Start Up sounds!! More than 70 Exhaust Sounds!
To celebrate my 600th video, I have made this compilation: probably all the
start up sounds from supercars I've recorded in the past years. It's the
largest start-up sound compilation on YouTube right now! I have put them
together in one video with more than 70 start up sounds!
What's you favorite start up sound? Let me know by leaving a comment
1st Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/GUMBAL
2nd Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/GUMBALTV
3rd Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/CarChannelClassic
Thanks you for watching my videos. All feedback on my videos are
appreciated! Don't forget to like the video and subscribe to my channel.
More videos coming up!
2011 scion tc 0-60
Bone stock 2011 scion tc 0-60 just a video by all means not saying its
fast. just a video before all work is done its a 2.5L 6speed manual.
2011 Scion tC, Magnetic Gray Metallic Coupe, Bob Smith Toyota Scion, David Dawson, Sales Associate
David Dawson, sales associate of Bob Smith Toyota Scion, presents the 2011
Scion tC and its newly redesigned features and benefits over the 2010 model
and its competitors. Contact David at 1-800-Bob-Smith or visit us at 3333
Foothill Blvd, La Crescenta, CA 91214. Scions are offered at a Pure Price
which is a wholesale price. See for yourself. Be sure to compare options
to options on similar competitors models. The tC value beats a similar
Civic Ex coupe, hands down, blind folded, on a deserted island with no gas.
Visit Bob Smith Toyota and experience how we've offered outstanding
customer satisfaction for over 94 years!
2011 Scion tC - High Speed Test Drive at New Hampshire Motor Speedway's Road Course
Akio Toyota challenged Toyota, Lexus, and Scion to make their vehicles more
fun to drive. This is part of an internal initiative to add excitement back
into each brand's product line and get back into making exciting products.
While this may sound like lip service to some enthusiasts, a lot of what's
done internally never sees the light of day, and for good reason; the car
industry is extremely competitive. Even more so after the rough times that
the industry has gone through in recent years.
Industry segments, like the sports car segment, have gone through some
pretty rough times as well. With a shrinking market for pure sports cars,
comes practical cars like the all-new, second generation, Scion tC.
The 2011 Scion tC is the first sporty car to be released after this
initiative, and marks the start of a new era for Toyota, Scion, and Lexus.
The Scion tC is a practical five passenger coupe that makes no compromises
in safety. 8 airbags, traction control, vehicle stability control, ABS
brakes, brake assist, and electronic brake force distribution? All for
under $20k in a sporty compact coupe? What a steal! And at speed, I was
amazed how the TRAC would actually simulate a limited-slip differential and
keep the inside tire from spinning. In my past experiences with racing the
first-gen tC, on slower corners the 2.4L had enough torque to break
traction with the inside tire that is unweighted when cornering.
And the fact that it has these systems means that it is a car that you can
drive through winters with relative ease. The TRAC and VSC will make a
night and day different in slippery conditions, and can be completely
turned off if you're in a situation where you're completely stuck.
Six-speed manual tC's sprint from 0-60 in 7.6 seconds - not bad for a car
that's priced under $20k.
It will remind you of all of the reasons you first got into cars; it just
does so many things right. Rolling through the gears with it's close ratio
6 speed, many of us were reminded of the Celica GT-S. When the tC launched,
the price point was so much lower than what the Celica could ever hope to
achieve that tC pretty much killed the Celica.
The Exhaust note reminded many of a
built version of our late 80's FWD Corollas that utilized the 1.6L 7 rib
4age 4 cylinders. We drove for days with the radio off just listening to
the music from under the hood.
But while we're on the topic of stereos, let's just say that the
2nd-generation tC has an AMAZING stereo. 300W standard? For those
audiophiles, the 340W Apline stereo upgrade adds RCA's so you can add an
external amp setup and subs. The one thing that's great about hatchbacks is
that you aren't stuffing subs in a sealed trunk. As long as you're careful
about sub placement with the glass, you'll end up with an amazing sounding
system with relatively low power requirements.
The snappy handling of the 2nd-generation reminded many of us of some of
the sportier cars Toyota produced over the years. Most of the testers have
driven some pretty modified cars, so it was amazing to us the level of
performance these newer sports cars can reach without the need for
sacrificing your daily drive to and from where you're headed. After a day
of testing, we developed a pretty thorough list of minor things we would do
to develop the chassis, but we were really awestruck with the potential of
this chassis; we're looking forward to seeing what the aftermarket will
come up with!
Part of what Scion does different are as simple as the fundamentals that
influence every decision that's made. At it's core, Scion marks Toyota's
commitment to shaking things up, and trying something that others may think
is a bit too different to dare try. Take this video for example; normally
this kind of internal testing doesn't see the light of day publicly, but
Scion's approach is totally different.
2011 Scion tC vs. 2010 Kia Forte Koup
***I work for Toyota & Scion of Des Moines*** This video is biased. We
had the ability to have Side by Side Comparison of the 2011 Scion tC and
the 2010 Kia Forte Koup on a closed course. All vehicles were base model
automatics. I encourage you to test all vehicles that you are looking at
to find the best fit for you. Come to Scion of Des Moines to experience
the all new Scion tC for yourself.
How to Install HIDs [Conversion Kit] DIY
Hey everyone! I finally have another car mod DIY tutorial for you guys,
this time it's and HID conversion kit on my Scion tC. It's REALLY EASY =] I
hope you all enjoy!
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My other DIY car videos:
How to Paint Your Rims: http://youtu.be/whUUCUE3Q7c
How to Change Your Dome Lights (Scion tC): http://youtu.be/hop1BhNhs5U
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Installing your Descendant Racing exhaust system - 05-10 Scion tC
In this video you will see step by step instructions for installing your 3
inch Descendant Racing Exhaust system
for your 2005-2010 Scion tC.
In the box:
1- Exhaust gasket kit
1- New hardware kit
1- Three inch Descendant Racing Exhaust system
What tools you will need: Once car is safely in the air
1- 14mm open-end or ratcheting wrench
1- 14mm deep socket
1- 3/8 drive ratchet
WD-40 or other rust penetrating solvent
Red RTV Gasket maker
(Depending on which s-pipe you run, you may want to use RTV to prevent
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